The Safety and Compliance Officer applies professional knowledge and expertise in the transportation industry and supports one or more program(s) within the area of transit safety and risk. Work is reviewed upon completion to ensure predetermined objectives are adequately met and that application of professional/technical judgment is sound. Demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions. Provides regulatory interpretation and technical advice. Decision-making is based on established procedures; relevant laws; regulations and organizational policy; professional best practices; relevant methodologies; impact on other transit programs, and senior management approvals as required. Decisions may impact individual work, other departments and / or segments of the organization.
The position involves hands-on development, implementation, and monitoring of passenger bus fleet safety programs and policies to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local safety regulations, and ensure a safe workplace, while promoting staff engagement. Includes continual risk mitigation across multiple sites in conjunction with reviewing, improving and evolving all of our policies and training programs to ensure the business is a leader in the field of fleet safety and risk mitigation.
The Safety and Compliance Officer is responsible to create, monitor and update the shuttle driver training and on-boarding process; oversee any remedial training (mitigation) programs; convene and adjudicate driver Accident Review Boards; and maintain all driver safety training records. He/she may also assist with safety and ADA Compliance related matters for all parking facilities.
Work location: Primary Mission Bay; other locations as needed.
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