Manager, Safety & Health I-II

Nashville, Tenn.
-based Bridgestone Americas, Inc.
is the U.
subsidiary of Bridgestone Corporation, the world's largest tire and rubber company.
Bridgestone Americas and its subsidiaries develop, manufacture and market a wide range of Bridgestone, Firestone and associate brand tires to address the needs of a broad range of customers, including consumers, automotive and commercial vehicle original equipment manufacturers, and those in the agricultural, forestry and mining industries.
The companies are also engaged in retreading operations throughout the Western Hemisphere and produce air springs, roofing materials, and industrial fibers and textiles.
The Bridgestone Americas family of companies also operates the world's largest chain of automotive tire and service centers.
Guided by its One Team, One Planet message, the company is dedicated to achieving a positive environmental impact in all of the communities it calls home.
Directs and coordinates all safety and health related activities for the facility with primary focus on prevention programs to minimize losses and future liabilities by evaluating risks and establishing appropriate loss control/reduction activities.
Promote and support the facility's line driven safety process.
Assist plant management in achieving their safety and business objectives.
Provides guidance on regulatory and legislative matters (OSHA, NIOSH, ANSI, NFPA, WC) and oversees government compliance inspections and activities.
Develops written programs, procedures and policies to ensure compliance.
Establishes and manages the fire prevention and medical department programs.
Bachelors in Safety Management or related field with a minimum 4-6 years of full-time safety and health experience; or Master's in Safety Management or related field with a minimum 2-4 years of full-time safety and health experience.
ASP or CSP preferred.

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