Objective: The SAFETY COORDINATOR is a highly visible, regional position supporting three lines of business ensuring employees are both aware of/and following all current OSHA safety standards, pool chemical operations/safety protocol and revenue generating classes for staff, members and the public.
Reports to: Regional Aquatic's Director, Regional Maintenance Director, HR Manager and COO
This is a part-time role with an opportunity to become full-time.
High school diploma or equivalent
Bachelor's Degree preferred or experience with studies in health, fitness, Safety Management
Current OHSA 500 Certification or the willingness to obtain within 12 months of employment
American Red Cross CPR, First Aid, AED, BBP certified.
American Red Cross Instructor and instructor trainer certification, Lifeguard instructor certification, WSI Instructor trainer certification, babysitting instructor certification preferred
Knowledge of current state and federal safety codes and regulations, OSHA standards, and company policies and procedures
CPO (Certified Pool Operator Certification) or willingness to complete in 6 months of employment
Work irregular and extended hours, including an on-call schedule for emergencies
Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:
Get and keep members
Be current and up to date of constantly changing safety regulations in order to improve the safety of members and team members
Conduct employee safety and any other safety/OSHA related training sessions
Performing regular work site visits/inspections for club compliance of safety requirements of the company
Know and adhere to policies as outlined in the training and policy manuals
Update Company manual with HR Director as necessary in relation to safety & emergency guidelines
Know club emergency response protocol and be prepared to act. Exercise sound judgment with safety as a priority
Interact with both Internal and External customers to address accident claims in a timely and effective manner including related government entities.
Abide by the Service Standards set for the department, Club and Company
Provide effective communication, customer service, and problem solving skills, including the ability to maintain composure under stress
Will be a primary contact for all things OSHA related included, but not limited to: OSHA Reporting, OSHA Training and Compliance
Interact with General Managers, Regional Managers, Customers, Employees, Insurance Companies, Doctor Offices, Etc. as necessary in a clear and efficient manner to ensure accurate and timely Claims Management and Accident Reporting
Continually push to improve the safety culture of our Company through trainings and seminars
Serve as interim Aquatic’s Manager for a club when needed
Teach Safety classes and certifications to meet OSHA standards and Company Policy and procedures
Teach revenue based classes articulated in Objective and Requirement Criteria above and be in compliance with Company payment protocol for class participants
Assist in resolving problems in a pool pump room or balance chemicals
Utilize computer and software in daily work including but not limited to MS Office, Company software and Applications. (Apps)
Evaluate and inspect facilities and pools (announced, and unannounced visits)
Attend Monthly Meetings with COO, Aquatics Regional Director, Maintenance Director
Attend Department Manager and “All Club” meetings as needed
Oversee and supervise with the Regional Aquatics Director all CPO’s (certified pool operators)
Provide guidance for accidents in the clubs without involvement with each and every accident in all clubs
Perform other duties as reasonably assigned.