PROVIDING RIGHT SOLUTIONS FOR ALL FIRE PROTECTION NEEDS SINCE 1990.
International Fire Protection (IFP) is an Alabama-based fire suppression company. We have charted our history and legacy in building a safer environment for our customers and communities. Therefore, LIFE SAFETY IS OUR BUSINESS, as such, we promise to provide the best life safety service to our customers through quality, integrity, honesty, and customer satisfaction.
What we offer
- BCBS of AL (health, dental, vision)
- Flex Spending Accounts (health and dependent)
- Paid Holidays
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Supplemental Insurance (life, disability, accidental, critical)
Field Safety Manager
Successful candidate should like working with others and being part of a team. This position will be responsible for providing direction, coordination and supervision of International Fire Protection’s Health and Safety Program and Policies in collaboration with the parent company (APi Group, Inc.) Risk Management team. Applicant should bring a high level of energy and expertise to positively influence change and growth of IFP’s safety culture.
- Support and believe in our Commitment to Zero and Striving Towards Excellence and Professionalism in Safety (STEPS) efforts.
- Support our Driving Without Distractions initiative.
- Contribute to the direction of company’s overall health and safety program. This includes implementing APi Group, Inc. health and safety programs and/or company-specific programs unique to the business.
- Supporting company risk management goals and objectives and helping to incorporate them into annual company business plan(s).
- Communicate with and involve executive management with respect to risk management goals, objectives and key performance indicators.
- Explore, research, adapt new products, programs and/or technology that will further enhance the company’s safety performance.
- Regularly engage with field team members to assist and monitor loss prevention efforts.
- Influence field leadership through coaching, feedback and continued training activities to assist in building the skills necessary to execute loss prevention activities.
- Assist in maintaining regulatory compliance with all state and federal regulations.
- Create and deliver training opportunities to all levels of the team.
- Perform frequent job site evaluations, determine employee exposure(s) and institute acceptable work practices.
- Investigate losses.
- Monitor and measure loss performance from corporate level as well as project level.
- Participate in claim reviews with appropriate management personnel.
- Continuously search for trends in incidents reported and opportunities for prevention.
- Safety or Risk Control related degree or a minimum of 5 years in safety and or risk control.
- Hold the belief that all incidents are preventable.
- Excellent communication and negotiation skills.
- Exceptional planning, time-management and follow-through.
- Strong relationship building skills, both internal and external.
- Good verbal and written communication skills required.
- Ability to work with a variety of technology – Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook required.
- Ability to review, analyze and discuss safety/risk information and/or data.
- Ability to work effectively with a team.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks and complex situations.
- Ability to travel frequently; >25% overnight required.
- Must have acceptable MVR with current Driver’s License
- Approved OSHA 500/501 trainer preferred or be working towards it.
- Preferred experience working with Risk Management Information Systems (RMIS) – we use Riskonnect.
Compensation and Benefits:
Salary is dependent upon experience and education. Benefits include medical and dental insurance, PTO, maternity leave, disability, flexible spending accounts for medical and daycare, and 401(k) with employer match.
Growth opportunities arise throughout North America at various subsidiaries and within corporate, which may require relocating.
APi Group Inc. and its subsidiary companies are an equal opportunity employer and part of the Drug-Free Workplace Act. Background checks include motor vehicle and criminal.