· Hazardous Waste, Infectious Waste, Chemicals ,Personal Protective Equipment, Respirators, Hepatitis B ,Prescription Safety Glasses, Lead Monitoring, Hearing Conservation, Maintains Fire, Safety Readiness, Manage indoor air quality program Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) Investigate and document accidents and recommend corrective action.
· The position is required to assure that the workforce is properly trained and equipped with personal protective equipment and decisions are made to select equipment. The incumbent acts as a facilitator to the Safety Committee, the position is required to work with the bargaining unit members that comprise this labor unit amended committee.
· Maintains Fire Safety readiness through the direction of student and other professional staff as required; Conduct annual fire extinguisher inspections, write contract, specify codes and develop specification to be met.
· Maintain inspection records and service history for over 1000 fire extinguishers.
· Establish contract with vendor to service extinguishers, as needed, between annual inspections. Pick-up spent units and deliver charged units from stock inventory, selecting the proper type to match environment.
· Conduct monthly inspections of fire extinguishers, making certain all units are charged, accessible and matched to environment.
· Manage annual Fire Safety training and education to all students in Residence Halls, custodians, maintenance personnel and police officers.
· Manage Fire Drill program and maintain records of drills. Coordinate schedule and review performance. Write recommendations and specify corrective action - monthly for dorms, once per semester for all other buildings.
· Write contract and coordinate Fire Suppression System inspection. Maintain inspection records of semi-annual inspections.
· Compile and complete the Annual Fire Safety Report under Clery Act guidelines.
· Establish, coordinate, and update annually or as needed emergency response program and maintain a state of readiness. Coordinate fire safety and evacuation programs.
· Research worker compensation reports, files and data for the Director. Develop reports and recommendations. University Safety Committee Provides leadership and acts as facilitator to committee. Ensures recording and distribution minutes. Follows up on issues to assure timely and appropriate response.
· Encourages the group to meet and act as buffer, mediator, and liaison between Committee & campus constituencies. Research topics, meet with management, staff, chairpersons, etc. to develop solutions problems and issues. Research laws and makes decisions regarding policy and procedure. Develops policies and procedures.
· Indoor Air Quality –Manage indoor air quality program campus-wide. Duties include conducting air samples to monitor carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and formaldehyde levels as well as other chemicals. Conduct humidity and temperature readings. Record results. Make decision and recommendations pertaining to building use and safety. Contract services of Industrial Hygienist when required to consult on specialized or critical issues.
· Coordinate annual training of all custodians, police officers, maintenance personnel, dept. secretaries in Biology and Chemistry.
· Develop and present training to all police, custodians and maintenance personnel to identify hazardous chemicals and become knowledgeable about protective equipment and measures.
· Inventory chemicals for a variety of departments. Maintain Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) program. Compile sheets and organize into departmental binders. Audit filing system annually for custodial services and maintenance foreman.
· Compare chemical inventory to DEP listing of hazardous chemicals, analyze data and develop a hazardous substance survey form for individual departments and campus wide master list.
· Safety Consultant – Respond to concerns voiced by staff, faculty and students. Investigate complaints, reports of asbestos exposure, odors, routine safety issues, near misses and accidents.
· Research-regulations, legislation, pending legislation's new regulations and developments within the safety and evaluate their impact on the university.
· Writes- policies and procedures for programs such as Hepatitis B, and other life safety emergencies. Processes the policy/procedure through the various committees to obtain approval. Implements policies and procedures.
· Administers periodic audits, safety inspections and develop reports, data, statistics, recommendations and coordinates manpower.
· Assist the Chief of Police with a variety of programs.
· The incumbent will conduct monthly departmental safety inspections, identify and report discrepancies. The incumbent will follow-up to ensure discrepancies are corrected.
· Develop and maintain reports and statistics related to program responsibility. Establish schedules and coordinate activities with the Chief of Police. Conduct investigations as required for safety. Testify in legal proceedings.
· All assignments involve the responsibility for recognizing the social importance of community policing for tactful and courteous treatment of all university clientele.
· Prepares and administers budget for safety department. Writes contract specifications and obtains bids for safety contracts.
· The Position Purpose and Description of Duties sections summarized above provide a representative listing only and should not be regarded as a complete statement of tasks performed by incumbents of this position. It should be recognized, therefore, that employees may be asked to perform job related duties in addition to those outlined above.
· Develop programs, policies, procedures, prepare detailed and comprehensive reports, perform safety inspections, conduct accident evaluations and analysis, develop and conduct training programs, establish safety data and statistics and perform independent research as assigned.