Occupational Safety/Health

Ensure a safe work environment for the City’s work force and preserve the City’s financial resources through training, medical screening, and safety analysis.

PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

Review and update the Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) to conform to Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) regulatory changes.


Maintain and schedule master IIPP compliance activities and other safety training regulations according to state and federal law.


Provide safety related guidance and safety related training resources to supervisors.


Respond to workplace hazards and safety concerns identified by employees.


Provide semi-annual loss data reports.


Maintain network of internal occupational safety and health trainers.


Consult with departments to assess workplace security needs.


Coordinate monthly Illness and Injury Prevention Program training calendar.


Post Cal/OSHA Log 300A annually as required.


Coordinate the annual safety audit of the City’s industrial/commercial activities.


STAFFING INFORMATION


Authorized Positions

FINANCIAL INFORMATION

MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2023