One of the numerous benefits of ASSP membership is access to open safety positions which are otherwise not advertised. The Chapter Luncheons are an excellent place to network and learn about employment opportunities from other meeting attendees. We share jobs posted on this website at our monthly technical meetings and welcome members to share opportunities at their current companies.

Postings will remain on the website for 60 days unless extended by the organization offering the opportunity. If you wish to have an opening posted here, send it in Word or PDF format to the Job Placement Director, at


County Executive Office – Office of Risk Management | Safety and Loss Prevention

The Office of Risk Management – Safety and Loss Prevention Program is part of the County Executive Office (CEO). This office preserves and protects the human and capital assets of the County of Orange to allow departments and agencies to meet their missions without unnecessary cost. It operates as an “insurance company” for the County of Orange and manages numerous programs. The Safety and Loss Prevention Program strives to ensure a safe environment for County employees and members of the public who visit County facilities and receive County services. Safety staff works to meet County goals for risk reduction, and to ensure that state and federal safety requirements are met or exceeded.

The Assistant Safety and Health Manager will report to the Manager of the Safety & Loss
Prevention Program (County Safety Manager). This position will assist with the administration, coordination and management of countywide safety and loss prevention programs, as well as projects to meet program goals under the general direction of the County Safety Manager. Job duties may include managing programs and projects which may involve:

  • Creating, reviewing, revising, and updating safety and loss prevention program policies and procedures to ensure compliance, consistency, and relevancy.
  • Establishing and implementing systems to ensure compliance with safety regulations, and County Safety & Loss Prevention Program policies and procedures
  • Gathering and analyzing data to identify injury and accident trends to help direct programs and practices to mitigate those risks, and creating meaningful metrics to help monitor effectiveness and progress towards established goals
  • Establishing and improving systems to conduct the business of safety and loss prevention efficiently and effectively
  • Establishing and managing a robust program to mitigate risks related to injuries cause by poor ergonomics, including office ergonomics
  • Creating and implementing training programs that efficiently and effectively provide for a better educated workforce with respect to safety and loss prevention, and the creation of greater awareness of County resources
  • Collaborating with County agencies and departments to create plans to mitigate their respective safety risks in a manner consistent with the strategic goals of the Safety and Loss Prevention Program
  • Supervising and leading assigned staff to achieve Safety and Loss Prevention Program goals
  • Other programs and projects as assigned

Desirable Qualifications & Core Competencies
The ideal candidate will possess three (3) or more years of progressively responsible supervisory experience successfully leading programs and teams towards a common goal and a minimum of five (5) years of significant safety related experience and knowledge of being compliant with applicable regulations and laws, mitigating safety risks, and utilizing data-driven decision-making methods. In addition, while not required, the ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree or higher in a safety or public health-related field; and/or a safety-related certification, such as Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH). In addition, the ideal candidate will have thorough knowledge of and experience in the following core competencies:

  • Technical Expertise
  • Understanding, interpreting, and applying existing and proposed laws, regulations and standards effecting the Safety and Loss Prevention Program area (e.g., California
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration, National Fire Protection Association,
  • American National Standards Institute)
  • Interacting with safety regulatory agencies
  • Understanding and application of safety and risk principles
  • Setting and monitoring standards for work product quality and holding others to these standards
  • Using and applying analytical methods (including statistics, root-cause, etc.) to determine trends, associations, and causation


  • Effectively implementing changes by garnering support through the identification of and collaboration with key stakeholders and champions
  • Managing performance of subordinate staff with differing skill levels and styles in a manner that inspires continual improvement and fosters a positive, team-oriented environment
  • Managing hourly staff who may belong to collective bargaining units
  • Influencing people to work towards a common goal
  • Productively resolving conflicts

Customer Service and Results Orientation

  • Collaborating with customers to establish goals that meet both customer and organizational objectives
  • Encouraging customer feedback on an on-going basis and using the feedback constructively

Effective Communication

  • Applying active listening techniques to fully understand issues
  • Addressing and effectively communicating organizational concerns and issues
  • Presenting, discussing, and catering information to various audiences at all levels within an organization (including Department Heads, stakeholders, internal/external clients)
  • Providing persuasive, and well-organized oral presentations and written reports specific to safety and loss prevention related topics

Environmental Health & Safety Manager—Safety-Manager_R001887

Help the World Breathe Easier by Collaborating with Innovative Vyaire Employees Around the World

As a global leader in respiratory care, we know what we do enables, improves and extends lives. We are an energetic company with a long history of revolutionary products. We devise outstanding solutions that allow patients to lead ordinary lives. We believe the best way to create new value for our customers, is to
become invaluable. We know a dynamic culture with diversity of thought makes this possible. Our colleagues are people who specialize in exceeding expectations, establishing last relationships and making it a priority to listen. We are dedicated to anticipating what’s next and get it done. We thrive on contributing and making a difference.

To learn more, visit our website:
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The Impact You’ll Make in this Role
As a(n) Environmental Health & Safety Manager you will have the opportunity to tap into your curiosity and collaborate with some of the most innovative and diverse people around the world. Here, you will make an impact by:
Ensure federal, state and local legislative compliance by preparing submitting all EHS related federal, state and local reports
● Develop/ implement EHS management systems programs/ tools
● Develop risk identification and reduction awareness and methods
● Develop/ conduct EHS training
●Evaluate the efficiency and compliance of the program through self-audits, product and
regulatory changes
●Conduct root cause investigations of all work-related accidents/injuries, develop and facilitate effective CAPA.
●Develop reports and information to advise departments of trends in injuries, unsafe conditions,
and environmental compliance that would result in reduction of incidents.
●Coordinate facility safety programs including department safety meetings and general
●Review all new or changing Manufacturing and R&D processes to assess compliance with
environmental and safety standards, risk, and legal compliance.
●Audit facilities periodically for compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, corporate policies, and procedures; issue reports on status of compliance; drive gap closures.
●Communicates with other site managers and supervisors in building relationships as a basis for influence, mentoring and providing technical advice.
●Develops reports for site and global management on EHS performance with
recommendations for site-level action to improve EHS.
● Applies mentoring skills to develop capability of site operational and EHS personnel.
● Serve as the lead for the ISO 14001 Certification (Palm Springs, CA)
● Serve as the web master for the EHS Department site
● Support other locations as needed

Your Skills and Expertise
To set you up for success in this role from day one, Vyaire is looking for candidates who have the following required qualifications:
●Completion of an undergraduate degree required. Degree in occupational safety,
engineering, science or related field a plus. In addition, a Master’s degree is a plus.
●3-7 years’ experience leading EHS programs that meet the requirements of the State of
California EHS regulations
●Additional qualifications that could help you succeed even further in this role include:
Professional certification e.g. Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and Certified Hazardous
Materials Manager (CHMM) are a plus.
● Experience leading ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems programs
● Experience leading SMS Standards: ISO 45001, ANSI Z10, or OSHA VPP
● Solid understanding of NFPA and Consensus Standard Codes
High proficiency in high hazard control (i.e. Machine Guarding, LOTO, Electrical Code Safety, Fire, Radiation, Hazardous Materials)
● Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Ability to build consensus and influence others.
● Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
●Highly motivated and results-oriented: a change agent who proactively drives EHS awareness
and communicates standard methodologies and promotes an autonomous EHS culture.
● Bilingual (English + Spanish) a plus
●Travel: May include up to 15-20% local between Palm Springs, CA and Irvine, CA
Benefit elections are among the most meaningful choices that we make for ourselves and our family. That is why Vyaire offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes various options to meet the diverse needs of our employees.
●Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H1B status).

Safety Manager

First things First: Who are we?
First Transit Inc. is a leading provider of public transportation contracting and management services. For over 60 years, we have supplied precision, efficiency, innovation, and all-around expertise to both public and private transportation systems. Today, we operate in 335 locations, carrying more than 350 million passengers annually throughout the United States in 39 states, Puerto Rico, and Canada.

About the Position
The Safety Manager, manages the safety program for a large location and/or multiple small to midsize locations. Ensures compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and company policy. More responsibilities are outlined below.
▪ Administers driver hiring and compliance process (e.g., interviewing and driver selection;
collecting applications; criminal background checks; credit reports; drug/alcohol testing;
fingerprint checks; DOT physicals; TB Skin tests; motor vehicle records checks; I-9 forms).
▪ Provides direction and guidance to location trainers. Develops and monitors contents of
classroom training to ensure compliance. Teaches classes as required. Schedules and
conducts re-cert and retraining.
▪ Investigates incidents, accidents, and work-related injuries, including accident investigation,
accident reports, accident files, and accident register, and follow up with the claims office and adjusters as necessary. Typically determines fault or preventability based on the facts
identified at the scene. Provides post-accident counseling with drivers. Retrains drivers as
▪ Prepares and submits accident-related compliance forms, maintains files, and enters in DMO,
or otherwise submits data to the appropriate person or organization.
▪ Plans, schedules, and conducts monthly safety meetings based on region and company safety and safety training goals and objectives. Assists and participates in Safety Action Team meetings. Sets up regular accident review committees to determine the preventability of accidents. Responds to appeals from drivers.
▪ Provides assistance and training to drivers and attendants on passenger management and other safety-related issues.
▪ Performs Driver road checks for driver performance (e.g., pre-trip checks-lot-to-school and back; post-trip checks).
▪ May supervise employees with safety and/or driver hiring or training responsibilities (e.g.,
Safety Coordinator, Field Supervisor, Driver Trainers/Instructors). Supervisory responsibility
may range from providing work guidance and leadership to full supervisory duties* such as hiring, selecting and training; setting and adjusting rates of pay and work hours; planning the work; directing tasks/activities; appraising performance; handling employee complaints; recommending and applying discipline, and monitoring legal compliance measures.
▪ Provides various reports and analyzes, including safety trends. Develops cost-saving
recommendations. Performs other duties and projects as assigned.

▪ 5 years experience, with 3 years in the transportation industry (fixed route or paratransit)
▪ Knowledge of Federal Department of Transportation Drug and Alcohol requirements and FTA’s Safety Management Systems/Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan
▪ Ability to effectively prioritize tasks and manage time effectively
▪ Good verbal, written, and relational communication skills, with the ability to appropriately
interact with employees of all levels, including drivers, customers, senior management, client representatives, union officials, and the general public
▪ Demonstrate regular and consistent attendance and punctuality

First for a Reason
We offer competitive compensation and benefits (which vary based on role, location, and business), including physical and mental health initiatives, medical/dental/vision, 401(k), and paid holiday/vacation.
Diversity & Inclusion
Because we’re stronger together, we aspire to have a culture where all people are First. We’re committed to providing an inclusive and diverse working environment for everyone every day.
Professional Advancement
Start here. Go far. We believe in promoting from within, which means tremendous opportunities for you, thanks to our strong presence across North America. In addition, our 18-month Aspiring Manager
Program prepares future leaders at First Transit.
Extensive Training
Build skills and knowledge in such areas as safety and security, injury prevention, technology and equipment, and job efficiency.
Community Service & Impact
Go where opportunity meets community. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do. As the face of First Transit and First Vehicle Services in your community, you’ll have a positive impact on others.

Apply today and get your career on the road with First Transit!

Senior Safety Professional (Temporary Assignment/Project Hire)

Senior Safety Professional (Temporary Assignment/Project Hire) at DISNEY (

Job ID 10028029

Location Anaheim, California, United States

Business Disney Parks, Experiences and Products

Date posted Oct. 25, 2022

Flex Type On-Site 

– This role is considered on-site, which means the employee will work from a Company designated location on an ongoing basis.

Job Summary:

They climb to the top of Space Mountain to check on fall protection. They make sure our Disney princesses are secure when they wave from a float in the Main Street parade. They check the air quality in our kitchens and in the barns that house our horses. They are Disnelyand Resort’ Sr Safety Professionals, and they do a job that is as invisible as it is essential. Do you have the skills to be one of them? As a Sr. Safety Professional, you’d join a dynamic, team that has a passion for spotting problems and the know-how to diminish them. Our Sr Safety Professionals truly enjoy keeping others safe, and the diversity of opportunity at Disneyland Resort is unrivalled in the industry. If this sounds like an opportunity for you, please apply today!

You will report to Team Leader of Safety.

You Will:

Guests who come to our Parks and resorts trust us with their children, and the families of our co-workers trust us with their loved ones. This really puts into perspective just how necessary safety has been to Disney’s success over the years. Our Senior Safety Professionals have “earned a seat” at every table and are involved in all aspects of Parks operations, from the blueprint stage to ongoing maintenance. Senior Safety Professionals work in every area of our Parks and Resorts, from kitchens, hotel rooms and attractions, to veterinary clinics, horticultural shops – even our massive laundry facilities. You’d be part of a matrix-style team where all levels of leadership work towards incident reduction through the development of smart, targeted safety programs. This is a senior-level safety position with negligible guidance from Leadership. You will make decisions independently and will demonstrate technical safety knowledge.

Every day as a Senior Safety Professional is different! On any given day, you might:

  • Insure the ergonomic safety of our dancers, stunt people, performers and puppeteers
  • Find new ways to keep beloved characters like Mickey Mouse cool on hot summer days
  • Embed in a team that’s building a new attraction, starting with blueprints and working through to opening
  • Provide findings – good or bad – to leadership, because they trust our Sr Safety Professionals to be completely candid
  • Grow your career by attending conferences and other learning opportunities – Disney encourages this!
  • Check emergency egress, smoke detector placement and fire door functionality in a luxury resort
  • Work mostly outdoors – your “office” is Disneyland
  • Analyze injury and illness data, prepare presentations on trends and mitigation plans, then share them with your peers/leaders
  • Work independently or as part of a team, often on the same day
  • Identify opportunities to improve safety in areas such as manufacturing, production, warehouse, transportation, F&B, lodging, construction, entertainment and attractions
  • Enjoy the perks and benefits of working for The Walt Disney Company, including movie screenings, deep discounts on things you can really use, and free entry to our Parks using your Gate Pass!
  • Stand for 8 hours or more
  • Walk several miles in a day
  • Work in inclement weather
  • Wear personal protection equipment
  • Lift/carry equipment
  • Climb steps, ladders and scaffolds
  • Work in confined and dark spaces
  • Work a flexible schedule, including weekends, holidays and evenings

You Have:

  • 5+ years of industrial safety experience in a related industry such as petrochemical, construction, maintenance, manufacturing, hospitality, entertainment/theatrical, transportation, distribution/warehouse
  • Knowledge and hands-on application of regulatory standards, best-practices and guidelines, such as confined space, incident investigation and root-cause analysis
  • Strong knowledge of Federal and Cal OSHA fall protection regulations and industry best practices
  • Ability to work varying shifts with little daily oversite
  • Expert in recognizing hazards and propose mitigations
  • Proficient in each of WDP&R’s leadership competencies (Leadership, Management, Technical, and Relationships)
  • Creatively resolve problems – sometimes in areas outside your realm of expertise – and work within a dynamic, sometimes ambiguous atmosphere
  • Project management experience
  • You will provide direction – complete projects by being consultative, and by resolving conflicts  
  • Comfortable working at heights
  • Passion for mentoring others through training and feedback
  • Proven ability to develop detailed project scope and justifications

Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in related field

Industrial Hygiene Specialist

University of California, Riverside 

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Position Information

Under the general direction of the Senior Industrial Hygienist, the Industrial Hygiene Specialist serves as a subject matter expert who assists with the implementation and management of Industrial Hygiene Programs including (but not limited to): Respiratory Protection, Fume Hood and Local Exhaust Ventilation Testing, Water Intrusion and Mold Response, Hearing Conservation, Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ), Substance Specific Exposure Monitoring, Industrial Hygiene Equipment Maintenance and Calibration, Hazardous Building Material Management, Silica, Building Ventilation Design Assessment, Wildfire Smoke/Air Quality. The primary emphasis of the job is the prevention and/or mitigation of occupational injuries or illnesses from chemical, biological, and physical stressors. The incumbent will provide consultation services to the campus on the policies, practices and procedures for the safe use of hazardous materials. The incumbent will frequently consult with faculty and staff as well as support and maintenance personnel to improve practices, procedures and control measures.
The incumbent helps the campus comply with state and federal safety regulations and provides guidance and assistance to campus employees so that they will work in accordance with applicable health, safety, and environmental laws, regulations and good practice. This position will be responsible for managing the department’s industrial hygiene equipment. This includes equipment calibration, maintenance, inventory and cross training other EH&S professionals on appropriate use and interpretation of sampling data. Incumbent will routinely use equipment for personal and environmental monitoring/sampling needs, interpret results and write reports to provide recommendations to reduce potential exposures to hazardous materials and conditions. This position will be responsible for overseeing campus respiratory protection requirements such as ensuring proper medical clearances are obtained, respirator training is provided, and the performance of qualitative and quantitative respiratory fit tests for employees and students. Incumbent will also be responsible for the management and oversite of campus fume hood and local exhaust ventilation compliance testing as well as provide support for fume hood commissioning and de-commissioning procedures. This position will support industrial hygiene related indoor environmental quality and aerosol transmissible disease issues such as; responding to and investigating room ventilation issues, performance of IEQ and mold investigations, periodic vivarium ventilation assessments, and managing the EH&S air purifier rental program. Incumbent will perform routine job hazard analyses for employees conducting potentially hazardous operations and provide technical guidance pertaining to proper engineering and administrative controls, as well as personal protective equipment. This position will also support industrial hygiene related construction issues such as; performance of dust monitoring during construction, evaluation of proper dust and hazard containment methods, and coordination with UCR project managers and outside consulting companies on routine construction related monitoring, inspections, and investigations. This hiring range for this position is budgeted up to $80,000/annually.

Education Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training.


2 – 4 years of related experience.

Minimum Requirements

Working skills in the appropriate use of technology and relevant scientific equipment as required.
Solid, comprehensive working knowledge/understanding of a specific EH&S field including related laws and regulations, and general understanding of all EH&S fields.
Good written, verbal, and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively in a diverse environment.
Solid organizational skills to plan, organize, and prioritize multiple projects.