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Safety Manager

Location:
Colfax, North Carolina, 27235, United States
Posted:
February 06, 2018

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**** ********* **., ******, ***** Carolina ***** 336-***-**** ac4c31@r.postjobfree.com

Robert N. Rezek

Objective

To obtain a Leadership Position that is aligned with my experience and skills in Health, Safety and Security Program development, implementation and sustainability.

Experience

January 2016 to Present

MillerCoors

Elkton Virginia

Safety and Security Manager

Reporting directly to The MillerCoors Director of EHS I am part of The Shenandoah Brewery Leadership Team. Responsible for the development, implementation and sustainability of all Health and Safety Programs. Including but not limited to: PSM, Hazard Communication, Hazardous Energy Control, Fall Protection, NFPA70E, Powered Industrial Truck, Bloodborne Pathogens, Cranes and Hoists, Grain Handling, Machine Safeguarding, Hearing Conservation and Incident Investigation. I also have a dotted line to the MillerCoors Director of Security and am responsible for all Security programs and initiatives.

Accomplishments

70% Reduction in Recordable Injury from calendar year 2015

Best Safety Performance in Shenandoah Brewery History .62 TCIR

Shenandoah Record 364 days without a Recordable Injury

2016: Quarter 1 MillerCoors Safest Brewery Award

2016: Quarter 2 MillerCoors Safest Brewery Award

2016: MillerCoors Safest Brewery of the Year Award

Managed over 1300 contractors who were on site for a $115 million Brewery capital investment with only one contractor recordable injury

Maintaining OSHA VPP Star Status – Only Brewery in U.S. to have VPP Certification

Implemented site wide Access Control Program

2017: Quarter 2 Safest Brewery Award

2017: Quarter 3 Safest Brewery Award

2017: Quarter 4 Safest Brewery Award

2017: Annual Safest Brewery Award

February 2009 to January 2015

MillerCoors

Eden, NC

Safety Manager

Reported directly to The Brewery Vice President I was part of The Eden Brewery Leadership Team. Responsible for the development, implementation and sustainability of all Health and Safety Programs. Including but not limited to: PSM, Hazard Communication, Hazardous Energy Control, Fall Protection, NFPA70E, Powered Industrial Truck, Bloodborne Pathogens, Cranes and Hoists, Grain Handling, Machine Safeguarding, Hearing Conservation and Incident Investigation.

Responsible for creating and sustaining a world class safety culture. This was done through development of Grassroots Safety Teams throughout the facility. These teams utilized hourly employees to identify both workplace hazards and cultural norms that inhibited the ability to create an injury free environment. Once identified plans were developed and projects initiated to mitigate the identified risks.

Helped oversee the shutdown of the facility while transitioning to the Shenandoah Brewery

Accomplishments

96% Decline in Recordable Injuries 2009 -2013

2010: Quarter 1 Safest Brewery Award, Quarter 3 Safest Brewery Award, Annual Safest Brewery of The Year Award

2011: Quarter 2 Safest Brewery Award, Quarter 4 Safest Brewery Award, Lowest Total Case Incident Rate in the history of MillerCoors .72, Brewery Record 2.8 million hours worked without a Lost Time Incident, Brewery Record 719 Days without a Lost Time Incident

2012: Quarter 2 Safest Brewery Award, Quarter 3 Safest Brewery Award, Quarter 4 Safest Brewery Award, Safest Brewery of The Year Award, Best overall performance of TCIR, DART and Severity in the history of MillerCoors, North Carolina Department of Labor Gold Award Winner

2013: Q4 Safety Award Winner, North Carolina Department of Labor Gold Award Winner, Brewery Record 258 days without a Recordable Injury, Association of Manufacturing Excellence Award Winner

2014: Quarter 2 Safest Brewery Award, Quarter 3 Safest Brewery Award, Quarter 4 Safest Brewery Award, Safest Brewery of The Year Award. Company Record 407 days without a Recordable Injury, Company Record 1.3 million hours worked without a Recordable Injury, Lowest Total Case Incident Rate in MillerCoors History .17 North Carolina Department of Labor Gold Award Winner

2014 Integrated Supply Chain Leadership Excellence Award Winner – Personal Award given to individual contributors who have modeled Leadership attributes and have had delivered exceptional results

2015: Quarter 3 Safest Brewery Award Winner, Quarter 4 Safest Brewery Award Winner, Safest Brewery of The Year Award Winner

March 2002 –February 2009

General Motors

Lordstown, Ohio

Safety Director

Ensuring that the facility complies with all relevant OSHA and UAW-GM Health and Safety standards.

Developing and implementing health and safety programs for a manufacturing facility employing over 4,000 team members. Health and safety programs including but not limited to, Lockout Energy Control, Fall Hazard Control, Hazard Communication, Confined Space Entry, Incident Investigation, Emergency Response Plan, Industrial Hygiene, Ergonomics, Mobile Equipment Safety and Electrical Safe Work Practices

Conducting incident investigations to ensure effective root cause analysis and that effective countermeasure have been implemented.

Analyze incident, and injury data to detect trends.

Chair various joint committees such as Plant Safety Review Board, Local Joint Health and Safety Committee, Hazardous Chemical Control Committee, Laceration Committee, Pedestrian in Plant Vehicle Committee, and Fall Hazard Control Committee.

Accomplishments

100% reduction in Lost Workday Rate. Facility worked over 10,000,000 hours without a lost workday

53% improvement in recordable rate

Significant reductions in lacerations, strain and sprain injuries and work related medical visits

August 1999 – March 2002

General Motors

Lordstown, Ohio

Production Supervisor

Responsible for various production teams throughout the facility

Ensure teams followed all UAW-GM safety, quality and throughput protocols

Work closely with union leadership to resolve labor issues

Utilize problem solving tools to resolve various production issues

Ensure team members follow standardized work and workplace organization standards

Education

2001

Geneva College

Beaver Falls, Pa.

Master of Science in Organizational Leadership

1993 Kent State University Kent, Ohio

Kent, Ohio

Bachelor of General Studies



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