John Deere Regional Safety Manager in Moline, Brazil
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Primary Location: Brazil (BR) - Sao Paulo - Moline
Function: Environment / Health / Safety
Title: Regional Safety Manager - 70411
Works with unit manager and corporate Safety team to develop and implement a regional strategic and tactical plan to deliver performance results;
Provides technical support and professional expertise to unit management and safety professionals;
Drives standardization across the region by directing implementation of common safety processes, tools and training into regional units.
Provides regional oversight assuring appropriate functional resources, processes and alignment with cross-divisional units, functions, management and employee represented groups to assure that safety is integrated into business planning and decisions.
Participates in development of and oversees the implementation of regional initiatives to enhance health and safety management systems and initiatives to reduce risk;
Maintains liaison with external regulatory agencies, suppliers and other organizations. Responds to internal and external safety questions and requests. Represents the company in negotiations and noncompliance settlements.
Supervises the implementation of post-merger safety integration process for new acquisitions.
We are looking for professionals that are focused on driving sustainable results associated with a great strategic planning performance, has a great ability in decision making, likes to work in an inclusive Environment, and is compromised in driving changes.
Graduated in Engineering or Architecture with specialization in Occupational Safety Engineering;
Comply with the Regional Engineering Council (CREA);
Be available to travel approximately 40% of the work period;
Has a demonstrable in-depth understanding of essential/relevant local Health and Safety legislation.
Experience in implementing health and safety management systems such as ISO 45.000, and process improvement.
Fluent English, attends meetings, negotiates, and participates in trainings in a very natural approach;
Ability to carry out safety audits and support the unit's leadership to implement preventive and corrective actions;
Proven success with safety performance improvements, experience with Behavior-Based Safety Programs, Ergonomics Program, Audit Programs, LOTO Program and other Preventive Safety Programs;
Experience with Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Management and familiarity with local government management processes (for example: E-Social in Brazil and ART in Argentina).
Multi-site management experience is highly preferred;
Experience managing merger acquisition and integration of new business;
Management of Health Programs and control of occupational diseases.
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The information contained herein is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and qualifications required of individuals performing the job. The qualifications detailed in this job description are not considered the minimum requirements necessary to perform the job, but rather as guidelines. An Equal Opportunity Employer, John Deere requires a diversity of people, perspectives and ideas to address the complex challenges of its global business. John Deere is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other things, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability.