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This position will be dedicated to the reduction of workplace-related injuries within UC San Diego Health. The ideal applicant will apply professional knowledge and expertise within EH&S-Injury Prevention.
This EHS 3 professional develops, recommends, and implements programs, policies, and procedures associated with the recognition, measurement, evaluation, and control of potential health and safety hazards across services and disciplines throughout all UC San Diego Health locations. As part of the Injury and Illness Prevention team, core job duties will include:
manages and administers one or more safety and health programs and services
assessing the work environment for risks and hazards;
identifying modifications needed to support a safer and more efficient workplace;
follow-up on injury reports, and identify opportunities for prevention;
developing and administering engaging safety training and education materials across all disciplines and UC San Diego Health locations;
participating in project planning and recommendations;
participating in workgroups and committees to foster collaboration with other disciplines
captures and report metrics for analytic purposes and identify opportunities for improvement within the program
uses a variety of methods, techniques, and evaluation for obtaining goals and objectives
generates comprehensive reports for identified hazards, method for analysis, data interpretation, corrective action, and evaluation for success or further need for improvements
As part of the Injury Prevention team, will participate in support of other programs as needed.
Bachelors degree within Public Health and Occupational Health and Safety programs or comparable field.
Three (3) years experience working within healthcare, laboratory, and industrial setting within the capacity of an Industrial Hygiene or EHS professional.
Regulatory Knowledge of Cal/OSHA Title 8 and ANSI standards.
Competency in using measurement and sampling tools.
Demonstrated knowledge of industrial hygiene or EHS safety principles.
Ability to manage, deliver, and implement an effective safety program.
Ability to effectively provide presentations to different audiences/groups.
Ability to generate, collate, and report data related to program evaluation.
Ability to conduct a hazard assessment, incident follow-up, and generate an incident/evaluation report with an appropriate plan of action.
Ability to troubleshoot problems with recommendations for solutions.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Minimum certification: OSHA 30 Hours and one safety certificate (ASP, CSP, CIH,COSS, CHSP)
CIH and CSP.
Must be able to work various hours and locations based on business needs.
Employment is subject to a criminal background check and pre-employment physical.
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