Good people, working with good people, for our common good.
KeHE-a natural, organic, specialty and fresh food distributor-is
all about "good" and is growing, so there's never been a more
exciting time to join our team. If you're enthusiastic about
working in an environment with a people-first culture and an
organization committed to good living, good food and good service,
we'd love to talk to you!
The Warehouse Safety Specialist will support our warehouse
safety and compliance programs within the Distribution Center. The
Warehouse Safety Specialist is an extension of our management team
and the core focus is to ensure the appropriate processes and
protocols are in place to maintain the company’s safety philosophy
and culture. The Warehouse Safety Specialist is a leader with
safety know-how, business acumen, and the ability to positively
influence outcomes that drive results within the safety department.
The Warehouse Safety Specialist will work closely with the National
Safety Manager and the Operations Management team to provide
support related to safety, compliance and risk.
Foster a “safety culture” by engaging personnel at all levels
and drive the success of safety initiatives.
Coordinate the new hire orientation and onboarding process as it
relates to safety and compliance.
Champion KeHE’s Harm-to-None (H2O) Program by promoting “all
accidents are preventable”.
Partner with warehouse operations to ensure in-depth injury
investigations are conducted.
Partner with local HR Business Partner to facilitate
post-accident Root Cause Analysis identifying corrective &
Ensure all employees/new hires have been trained on company
Safety Rules and Regulations and conducts all MHE/PIT Operator
training and certifications.
Facilitate safety committee meetings and review
incident/accident trends and safety opportunities.
Coordinate regular safety training requirements and record
trainings to ensure compliance with county, state and federal
Assist and train Operations Management to ensure post
incident/accident procedures are followed.
Lead Accident Reporting & Treatment (ART) packet on all post
incidents/accidents at the facility with Human Resources Business
Partner and the Operations Management team.
Serve as a local resource for safety issues, as well as conduct
all safety meetings and annual audits.
Regularly review Job Safety Analysis for accuracy and provide
refresher training as needed.
Report all incidents/accidents/risk to Director of Operations
and HR Business Partner.
Minimum Requirements, Qualifications, Additional Skills,
High School Diploma or GED Required.
Minimum of two (2) years of related experience.
Warehouse experience Required.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications including Word,
Excel, and Power Point are required
OSHA-10 Hour Certification preferred.
Qualifications / Additional Skills /Aptitude:
Contribute and support to the overall goals of the Operations
Takes initiative and works well independently.
Capability of prioritizing and handling multiple projects
simultaneously, under tight time constraints.
Able to work effectively with peers, region and corporate
leadership, in a productive collaborative environment coupled with
the ability to be decisive.
Must be highly motivated to enhance knowledge in the field and
motivated to progress
Must stay current on all local, state, and federal rules and
regulations as they pertain to OSHA safety and compliance.
Ability to effectively present information and respond to
Ability to work with mathematical concepts.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and
draw valid conclusions.