The Health and Safety Specialist is responsible for providing the Health and Safety department with analytical and technological support. This position develops reports and analytics for tracking improvements in health and safety leading and lagging measures. They'll be responsible for the creation, development and daily maintenance of the databases and technological systems used at the corporate level to produce scheduled reports for organizational management in addition to completing frequent Adhoc requests of health and safety related data. The Health and Safety Specialist ensures information is current and available on Health and Safety information resources. This position assists the Corporate Health and Safety staff with special projects (i.e., global initiatives and data collection) and supports UPS and regulatory safety compliance (i.e., OSHA, Department of Transportation [DOT], and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [FMCSA]).
The Health and Safety Specialist creates highly complex databases by performing SQL querying, creating pivot tables and data tables in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access, utilizing data from various sources. This position manipulates data utilizing V-lookup and array formulas in Microsoft Excel, as well as crosstab queries, append queries, and union queries within Microsoft Access. They'll complete Corporate Health & Safety SharePoint administrator responsibilities of posting and deleting content in addition to editing site settings, site permissions and creating new sites as necessary.
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Founded on a $100 loan in 1907, 2 teenage boys opened up a messenger service in a 6 by 17 foot office located just below the sidewalk on Second Avenue and Main Street in Seattle, WA. Messengers ran errands, carried notes, hand baggage, and delivered trays of food for customers. They also delivered packages, traveling by streetcars and bicycles for longer trips, and later using motorcycles.