Develop strong supporting relationships with local leadership teams (management and union) to become a relied upon subject matter expert for safety policies, safety action plans, regulatory interpretations, and accident prevention programs/techniques.
Conduct ongoing cultural assessments based on job site visits and other interactions with NG employees and use those assessments/insights when coaching local leadership teams in incident prevention techniques
Respond to and help resolve safety related issues from the field organizations.
Promote, develop, and implement safety leadership sessions as directed by local leadership teams.
Develop and/or conduct formal safety training, presentations or seminars as required by local leadership teams.
Actively support the SHE organization by participating in Corporate Safety, SHEPEX , Environmental and Process Safety initiatives as directed.
Actively participate in all assigned safety committee and operations staff meetings by conducting presentations on critical topics such as:
Current injury trends
Industry best practices/trends
Safety Leadership information
Safety Culture information
ESD and Compliance findings
SHE Department updates
Participate in the Incident Analysis process as assigned (e.g. team member, analysis review/comment etc.)
Conduct routine analysis of incident trends and develop recommendations specific to local leadership teams for their consideration and possible inclusion in local safety plans.
Act as the point of contact for regulatory agencies (e.g. OSHA, NIOSH etc.) to ensure accurate assessments, postings and resolutions.