Job Description

Job Title: Manager, Fleet Transportation Safety & Comp
Job ID: 73085490
Status: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Hours:
Shift: Day Job
Facility:
Department: UPMC Transportation
Location: 1920 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15219

Description

Purpose:
The Supervisor Fleet Transportation and Safety is responsible for maintaining a hazard-free workplace. Maintain all safety and compliance related programs and adherence to all government transportation regulatory laws including but not limited to: DOT, FMSCA, CHP, EPA, OSHA, USDOT, FHS, and TSA. Leader and administrator of all safety training and education driving and safe work methods. Within Multiple Business UnitsProvide supervision & coordination for safety related incidents. Available/accountable for all shifts. Manage daily operations of the safety requirements to include scheduling, investigating incidents, conducting drills, safety inspections and in-service training. This also includes evaluation of shuttle drivers, drivers and dispatchers within their assigned business unit(s). Available by phone 24 hours per day as required.

Responsibilities:
  • Responsible to Audit and Maintain proper documentation on and in all company vehicles, including registration, insurance and supporting documentation. Ensure trucks and drivers always have necessary paperwork and supplies
  • Safety Policies -The Supervisor Fleet Transportation and Safety is involved in creating, maintaining and communicating safety-related policies and procedures, as well as ensuring that they are followed. They may be involved in determining the need for new policies and procedures and writing, editing and updating policy and procedure documents, posters and handbooks. The person is also responsible for enforcement of safety policies and procedures, including making decisions regarding appropriate discipline for infractions.
  • Responsible for creating, maintaining and ensuring all safety records and files are kept in current and constant compliance with company policy, employment and government regulations including but not limited to: driver qualification files, drug and alcohol testing records, DMV pull notice and verification of required equipment records and corrections. Manage files to enhance the identification, tracking and reporting of company drivers. Track expiration dates of all documents to ensure we have current documents at all times.
  • Safety Equipment Maintenance -The Supervisor Fleet Transportation and Safety is responsible for making sure that all safety equipment is properly maintained. Tasks may include periodic facility fire inspections, getting fire extinguishers charged regularly, verifying that first aid kits are properly stocked and ensuring that company vehicles and equipment are serviced following an appropriate schedule.
  • Regulatory Compliance -The Supervisor Fleet Transportation and Safety is responsible for ensuring that the assigned business units are in compliance with all safety-related regulatory requirements, including OSHA standards, Department of Transportation regulations and Environmental Protection Agency requirements. They must be aware of obligations specific to their industry and the types of jobs workers are performing. They must ensure that workers have proper safety credentials and personal safety equipment. They also must verify that there are no violations in the workplace and they must comply with all reporting requirements.
  • Know and train with Smith Systems Defensive Driving training - tutor all new and current drivers in the Smith Systems program. Maintain and Monitor (HOS) Hours of service for reportable drivers.
  • Workplace Inspections -Beyond providing safety training to employees, staff and supervisors He is proactively involved in ensuring that proper practices are observed on the workplace. The Supervisor Fleet Transportation and Safety frequently performs safety inspections in locations including job sites, offices and company vehicles. Observe working conditions, equipment and employee behaviors to identify safety problems and take corrective action.
  • Hazard Investigations -When accidents, injuries or illnesses occur in the workplace, it is important to determine the cause so that such problems can be prevented in the future. Because of this, the Supervisor Fleet Transportation and Safety is charged to lead occupational accident and occupational illness investigations. They may investigate on their own or enlist assistance from other supervisory personnel or outside consultants. Their investigation reports must include factual statements of what occurred, conclusions and recommendations for corrective or preventive actions.
  • Responsible for creating, maintaining and ensuring all safety records and files are kept in current and constant compliance with company policy, employment and government regulations including but not limited to: driver qualification files, drug and alcohol testing records, DMV pull notice and verification of required equipment records and corrections. Manage files to enhance the identification, tracking and reporting of company drivers, owner/operators and carriers. Track expiration dates of all documents to ensure we have current documents at all times.
  • Responsible for maintaining a hazard-free workplace. Maintain all safety and compliance related programs and adherence to all government transportation regulatory laws including but not limited to: DOT, FMSCA, HAZMAT, EPA, OSHA, USDOT, FHS, and TSA. Leader and administrator of all safety trading and education driving and safe work methods.
  • Responsible to Establish, Train oversee compliance in running our CDL driver training program.Travel required to other Business Units 50 ? 70% of the time.Availability to work a variety of shifts, including days, evenings, nights and weekends.Experience in presenting to a variety of audiences, one on one, small and large groups, with peers, direct reports and executives.Analysis and identification of risks trends, problems and solutions.
  • The prevention and investigation of all accidents, incidents and violations of policy or law. Determining the root cause and corrective actions needed for all accidents. Available within 48 hours of incident.
  • Maintain Environmental compliance in all facilities according to State and Government regulations.
  • Safety Training -The Supervisor Fleet Transportation and Safety is responsible for ensuring that workers are properly trained regarding company-specific and Occupational Safety and Health Act, or OSHA, safety requirements. Training responsibilities may involve conducting safety orientations, daily toolbox safety meetings, periodic safety meetings and formal training sessions on a wide range of safety-related topics.
  • Work closely with the Human Resources and Business Units to identify ways to prevent worker's compensation injuries. Conduct appropriate investigations of all work-related injuries/illnesses.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree Safety Administration or a related field is required.
  • Minimum of two years supervisory experience in a safety or transportation environment.
  • Deep understanding of Transportation regulations and government policies related to transporting people and transportation.
  • Strong leadership and teamwork skills required.
  • Understands vehicular specifications and fleet planning.
  • Maintain all safety and compliance related programs and adherence to all government transportation regulatory laws including but not limited to: DOT, FMSCA, CHP, EPA, OSHA, USDOT, FHS, and TSA.
  • Leader and administrator of all safety training and education within Multiple Business Units.
  • Available/accountable for all shifts. 
  • Manage daily operations of the safety requirements to include scheduling, investigating incidents, conducting drills, safety inspections and in-service training.
  • Know and train with Smith Systems Defensive Driving training.
  • Ability to train / oversee compliance in running our CDL driver training program.
  • Train / Maintain compliance with Controlled Substances & Alcohol use testing & regulations for Management

Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances:
Valid CDL driver's license or commitment to obtain.


UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

Salary Range: $29.22 to $49.32 / hour

Union Position: No

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