Manages employee safety for the organization by promoting sound risk management principles, strategies to decrease the risk of harm or injury to employees in the senior living environment, as well as residents and visitors, and compliance with state and federal laws and regulations, including but not limited to those enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Department of Transportation (DOT).
Duties and Responsibilities
1. Promotes a culture of safety in the senior living environment through the development and dissemination of training, education and policies, as well as through standardization of processes.
2. Cultivates employee engagement in safety activities and programs through best practices, such as surveying employees and developing appropriate safety incentives.
3. Oversees compliance with OSHA, DOT and other federal and state laws and regulations, including facilitation of OSHA recordkeeping, reporting and training programs.
4. Investigates and/or coordinates with other departments on the investigation of safety incidents subject to the oversight of OSHA, DOT and other government agencies and interfaces with those agencies to facilitate resolution.
5. Develops and facilitates training on a variety of safety topics in the senior living environment, such as operation of motor vehicles and safe resident handling, in an effort to reduce employee injuries and illnesses.
6. Collaborates with the Work Comp Manager to classify and prioritize risks based on their frequency and severity in order to focus resources and develop risk control strategies.
7. Assists locations in reporting auto accidents, facilitates recovery, and tracks and trends accidents for patterns.
8. Leads and/or reviews investigations, facilitates root cause analysis, and provides insight and risk management strategies in response to incidents.
9. Participates in the development of corrective action plans and monitors follow-up of recommended improvements stemming from risk assessments.
10. Reviews quality improvement findings, performance improvement results, and information from various internal committees.
11. Analyzes and implements, as appropriate, recommendations from loss prevention consultants and insurance carriers.
12. Provides on call assistance for emergent/urgent risk management issues as needed.
13. Chairs and/or participates in committees and task forces, as appropriate.
14. Travel (50%) including overnight stay as necessary.
Founded in December 1997, Trilogy Health Services, LLC is a customer service focused provider of senior living and long-term healthcare services including independent and assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and rehabilitative services. These services are delivered by staff specially trained to honor and enhance the lives of our residents through compassion and a commitment to exceeding customer expectations. Our goal is simple: to be the Best Healthcare Company in the Midwest!
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including:
Equal Opportunity Employer
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