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It is the primary responsibility of the Safety Manager to train all department staff while developing and implementing various safety related training programs. Oversee and ensure all staff is trained on applicable safety related topics required by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for their job classification. All duties are to be performed in accordance with departmental and property policies, practices, and procedures.
Specific Job Functions:
  • Speak in front of large groups as required to teach safety classes
  • Attend management meetings to discuss safety issues
  • Walk the entire property to observe and correct safety violations
  • Work with other departments in developing safety programs and inspections
  • Order safety related products needed in all departments for day-to-day use
  • Apply Incident Command System and National Incident Management System (NIMS), when dealing with emergencies
  • Work closely with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Fire Department and other regulatory agencies on safety inspections of the property
  • Read and understand blue prints and complex property maps
  • Enforce all policies, fire and safety related codes, and applicable State, County, Federal laws and regulations
  • Drive / operate company vehicles to attend meetings and safety classes on and off property
  • Chair the property safety committee which meets monthly to discuss important safety related issues
  • Attend out-of-state safety related classes
  • Perform all duties as deemed necessary for the success of the department


  • At least 5 years of Security supervisory and/or management experience required
  • An intermediate level of proficiency with Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access necessary
  • Must possess OSHA #500 & #501 Certificates of training
  • American Heart Association certification for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and First Aid certification required
  • Working knowledge of National Fire Protection Association 101, Uniform Fire Code 1997, 29 and Code of Federal Regulations 1910 and 1926 a must
  • Certificated and at a competent level in Confined Spaces and Fall Protection trainings necessary                                                                      
  • Must have a valid Nevada Driver’s License


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