Second-level professional position accountable for monitoring compliance with established procedures, by analyzing problem areas of injuries and health impairment claims. At this level, employees apply professional experience to undertake analysis and interpretation of information and data and possess working knowledge in respective specializations and relevant laws and regulations. Employees are accountable for short to medium term objectives and outcomes commensurate with knowledge and experience. At this level, professionals are contributing team members, presenting recommendations and building on other ideas. Assignments are completed under the general direction and advice from their supervisor or a more experienced lead worker. Employees may assist in the training of lower-level staff and may also serve as an assistant consultant to a higher-level professional.
In addition to those identified in the previous level: Knowledge of common diseases and health hazards related to indoor environments and industrial occupations. Knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to occupational health and safety. Ability to develop, organize, and present comprehensive company-specific safety education programs.
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)