CCC

  • Director Safety

    Job ID
    2018-6804
    Category
    Safety
    Job Zip Code
    30339
  • Overview

    As Director of Safety for CCC reporting to the SVP of Operations Services, this position owns the safety systems, policies and safety culture development of Consolidated’s safety program, leading to world class safety results.  This position has regional safety managers as direct reports, and is part of the Operations Services Leadership Team.  This role will work closely with the Director of Compliance, Risk Management, Engineering, Operations Leaders, all manufacturing plants, as well as other groups, to drive safety performance through compliance to standards and regulations, improvement of safety systems and processes, and safety culture development in a continuous improvement fashion.  The role is located at CCC headquarters in Atlanta, GA.

    Who are we?

    We are a leading provider of top quality rigid packaging. Our organization consists of more than 2,400 employees in over 55 locations. We are a customer driven company with proven expertise in the areas of custom design, supply chain fulfillment and diverse manufacturing platforms. We are a company that is passionate about helping our clients succeed. Companies nationwide rely on Consolidated Container Company to provide products, support innovation, facilitate marketing decisions and improve business performance in their daily operations. Our talented and diverse team of employees rivals all others in the industry. We are an end to end, total/turn-key/go-to-market solution provider from graphics design, bottle design, to merchandising solutions:

    Corporate Website: http://cccllc.com/  Design Center:  http://cccllc.com/design-center/  

    What do we Stand for?

    On a Daily Basis, We Exemplify Our Guiding Principles

    What sets Consolidated Container Company apart from any other company is the quality of our most valuable resource-our people.

    • Act with Integrity & in Compliance
    • Drive Value Creation
    • Be Disciplined Entrepreneurs
    • Focus on the Customer
    • Act with Humility
    • Treat others with Dignity and Respect
    • Seek Fulfillment in Your work

    The incorporation of these principles at all levels of our organization allow our employees to feel valued and excited about the impact Consolidated Container Company has on both consumers and clients who use our products. Our culture fosters excellence personally and professionally and promotes development that leads to continued success.

     

    Total Rewards

     

    Consolidated Container Company is committed to providing a competitive Total Rewards Package that meets our employees’ needs.

     

    From a choice of medical, dental and vision plans to retirement savings opportunities through a 401(k), company match and Roth feature, CCC offers a comprehensive benefits package. We want our employees to have a work life balance ensuring they are at their best in whatever they do. We offer a generous holiday, vacation and time off program as well as opportunities to contribute to our local communities and broader scale sustainability efforts.

     

    In addition to recognition we believe in supporting our employee’s professional growth and development. We provide employees a wide range of free e-courses through our Learning Management System as well as training sessions, seminars and a generous tuition reimbursement benefit.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Leads the effort to maintain a safe, healthy, and accident-free work environment
      through planning and implementing safety policies and procedures.
    • Oversees the prevention and identification of hazardous workplace conditions. 
    • Ensures and maintains necessary record keeping, including all safety and accident reports in accordance with established guidelines and assisting with workers compensation cases and programs.
    • Conducts extensive post incident reviews for every recordable or serious near miss
      incident across the company.
    • Utilizes existing and creates new communication and compliance processes to ensure
      that identified hazards that likely exist across facilities are identified and corrective action is implemented.
    • Compiles and submits accident reports to regulatory agencies, prepares analyses of
      industrial accident causes and hazards to health.
    • Conducts frequent onsite safety audits at CCC manufacturing facilities and prepares
       results and action items for the plant, their operations leadership, and legal review.
    • Coordinates an intercompany, regional audit program whereby individuals from nearby facilities visit each others plants and conduct audits thereby ensuring consistent compliance audit procedures companywide.  This includes conducting OHSA training, identifying priority participants, and providing leadership and facilitation of corrective actions.
    • Conducts safety training sessions regionally to enhance plant level understanding of safety requirements and best practices.
    • Communicates with the entire company regularly about CCC safety goals and performance against those goals, and strives to motivate everyone to treat safety as a core value in their everyday work and personal routines.  Further, communicates the leadership requirements associated with the process of establishing the goals - e.g. gap analysis of actual performance to planned or strategic goals, facilitate prioritization of activities, etc.
    • Oversees hearing conservation program- training, testing, and follow-up.
    • Understand the role of culture in safety and is the company’s leader of the safety culture improvement initiative.
    • Works closely with Engineering and Procurement departments to ensure adherence to equipment standards with all new and reconditioned equipment. 

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety, Business, Engineering or relevant discipline
    • In depth knowledge of OSHA standards and requirements, NIOSH, ANSI, as well
      as related State regulations and standards. Ability to translate regulatory knowledge into policies and procedures
    • 10+ years of leadership experience within a manufacturing environment, at least 5 of which are in a multi plant safety leadership role.
    • Experience in leading a safety culture transformation is a plus.  
    • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and persuasively with all levels of the organization, as individual must effect change without the authority to mandate it. Organizational influencing skills are critical.
    • Expertise in applying safety knowledge, data analysis and facilitation skills to
      develop solutions to a variety of problems
    • Superior oral and written communication skills
    • Proven competency in personal computer applications such as Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Word, Excel, database systems
    • Demonstrated experience with change management techniques, influencing change while maintaining strong business relationships
    • High level of initiative to identify problems and develop solutions
    • Knowledge of OSHA, NIOSH, ANSI and state regulations and standards
    • Must be willing to travel throughout the US, up to 50% of the time.
    • We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

     

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