Regional Fleet Safety Associate Manager

Job Description

Auto req ID: 209269BR

Job Description

• Responsibilities include ongoing implementation and maintenance of company-wide Fleet Safety programs and systems
• Interface with federal, state and local government agencies (DOT, OSHA) as needed
• Investigate crashes and manage regulatory investigation/inspection
• Organize and execute Fleet Safety/DOT audits
• Ability to effectively manage Fleet Safety/DOT programs and deliver strong defensive driving training initiatives
• Execute within an EHS budget process
• Ability to perform risk assessments and determine plausible corrective actions
• Ability to lead risk reduction initiatives
• Analyze crash data trends & performance to ensure that the right priorities are identified and acted upon
• Identify issues, coach and lead field locations in the development of a corrective action plan to address basic root causes and management system weak-spots through the use of industry-recognized cause analysis techniques
• Conduct periodic site visits and facilitate Fleet Safety activities such as training/auditing/assessing to ensure ongoing compliance with regulatory requirements and company Fleet Safety processes and policies.
Candidate Must Have the Ability to:
• Persuade, influence and make formal presentations
• Work collaboratively with colleagues to create a result-driven, team-oriented environment
• Maintain confidentiality
• Make independent decisions
• Demonstrate excellent organizational skills
• Handle multiple priorities and meet critical deadlines
• Travel up to 50% (dependent on business needs and fluctuation)


• Minimum BS in Occupational Health & Safety or related degree, (ASP/CSP is a plus)
• Ability to manage multi-locations and Fleet Safety programs and people
• Knowledge of DOT regulations
• Excellent oral and written communications, including speaking/presenting before large audiences
• Self-motivated, high performer

Relocation Eligible: Not Eligible for Relocation
Job Type: Regular

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