Safety Advisor

Position Description

Position Title: Safety Advisor

Department: Safety & Risk Management

Reports to: Director of Risk Management

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt



In this role, the safety advisor will work in conjunction with our loss prevention and risk management team to assist commercial clients with their safety practices and programs. Safety Advisors must review and understand loss exposures and clients’ claim trends to help implement the appropriate safety and compliance training. This is a very hands-on, client-oriented role and requires knowledge in General Industry and/or Construction related safety practices.


High School Diploma or other recognized equivalent is required as well as a minimum of 3 years of experience in General Industry and/or the Construction industry. Safety certifications are preferred and ability to teach and work collaboratively.

Must have strong technological and computing skills with Microsoft Office Suite. Demonstrate ability to work with a positive attitude and professionally with others while managing and prioritizing tasks independently.

Essential Responsibilities

•Attend FOCUS Plan and Claim meetings to develop safety plans with risk managers and the client
•Review and analyze loss exposures and claim activity to effectively implement accident prevention programs for clients
•Develop safety programs and provide safety training needs that work best with the client’s culture to improve safety and claim activity
•Work collaboratively and consistently with the client in providing safety services in accordance with mandated regulations
•Formulate and provide quality written and visual reports and recommendations on clients’ safety needs and based off of safety audits.
•Coordinate schedules, training, client correspondence, and travel using EPIC (agency management system) and Outlook.
•Oversee the the development and implementation of improvements in safety efforts for the client to lower claim activity.

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