The Occupational Safety officer has the duty to advise the organization on employee safety issues and to supervise working conditions at all facilities.
In particular, the Occupational Safety officer shall:
- Check the safety of the premises and working methods and inform the Management of the company accordingly
- Regularly inspect the jobs from the point of view of safety, report to the employer any omissions resulting from the inspections, elaborate and propose measures to address the identified shortcomings and supervise the implementation of these measures.
- Oversees the proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Researches the causes of accidents at work, analyzes and evaluates the results of its investigations and proposes measures to prevent similar accidents in the future
- Monitors and evaluates the performance of fire and alert drills to ensure emergency preparedness
- Informs the company of laws and regulations relating to Health & Safety of employees
- Maintain Corporate Confidentiality
- Observance of the special accredited Safety Book and Accident Book