Safety Engineer
Posted on 3/22/2024
INACTIVE
CaptiveAire Systems

501-1,000 employees

Manufacturer of commercial kitchen and HVAC systems
Company Overview
CaptiveAire Systems, a leading manufacturer of commercial kitchen ventilation and HVAC systems, sets the industry standard for quality and service with competitive pricing and reliable lead times. The company's culture emphasizes continuous improvement, customer focus, integrity, efficiency, and individual responsibility, fostering an environment that values communication and employee recognition. With a robust network of sales offices and manufacturing plants, CaptiveAire is committed to providing sustainable and reliable solutions, making it a trusted name for independent owners, national chains, and other institutions.
Industrial & Manufacturing

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Founded

1976

Headquarters

Raleigh, North Carolina

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

6%

1 year growth

17%

2 year growth

21%
Locations
Clermont, FL, USA
Experience Level
Entry
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Expert
CategoriesNew
QA & Testing
Requirements
  • 0-5 years experience
  • 4 year or equivalent degree in mechanical or mechanical engineering technology, Fire Protection Safety Engineering technology, Environmental health and safety sciences etc.
  • Manufacturing experience preferred
  • Focus on process improvement and lean related principles (Kaizen, 5/6 S, 6 Sigma, etc.)
Responsibilities
  • Assist in development and implementation of new safety projects and programs
  • Report to the plant Safety Manager and perform tasks as directed with the highest level of transparency
  • Develop and maintain all training programs and safeguards for new equipment/process
  • Research and procure items needed for plant safety improvements
  • Organize and maintain all new hire safety training and compliance acknowledgments
  • Conduct and maintain all annual training, including forklift driving certifications, first-aid certifications, LOTO (Lock Out Tag Out) certifications, etc
  • Understand and reference all applicable OSHA regulations
  • Enforce compliance of PPE and all other safe work practices to promote a positive and lasting Safety Culture
  • Keep plant stocked with proper safety supplies and PPE
  • Perform monthly plant safety audits and maintain all regulated frequent inspections
  • Verify routine equipment inspections are properly conducted and compliance is maintained in all areas of the plant by all employees
  • Ensure all safeguards are in place and working properly
  • Ensure all workstations and tasks are free of hazards
  • Conduct and report all incident investigations
  • Determine root cause and corrective plans
  • First Aid response and treatment for employee injuries
  • Transport injured workers to seek medical treatment when needed
  • Guide employees through the workers compensation process alongside plant HR
  • Maintain records and facilitate all restrictions
  • Accurate and concise record keeping of all safety related documents and processes