Rollins, Inc. is a global consumer and commercial service company. Through our subsidiaries, we provide the most accurate, comprehensive and efficient pest management services for both residential and commercial customers. The Rollins Support Center (RSC) helps to support our family of companies. Key objectives for the role includes assessing, developing, implementing and monitoring company-wide safety programs. As the subject matter expert in the field, they will lead efforts across a scope of 11 pest management brands in more than 500 distributed locations in the US. The result of these programs will be a safe and healthy workplace and positive work environment that fosters and promotes a “Safety First” philosophy resulting in keeping accidents and injuries to a minimum.
What’s In It for You?
Challenging position with a very stable and reputable company in a growing industry
An opportunity to drive a behavioral based safety program on an enterprise-level
Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, etc.) with 100% preventative
Free Health advocate that offers personalized assistance
Retirement Benefits (401k, Stock Purchase)
Tuition Reimbursement and Scholarship for Children
Identity Theft Protections, Pet Insurance and other Discount Programs, etc.
Potential for Relocation Assistance
Duties and Responsibilities:
Evaluate, develop, implement and monitor company-wide safety policies and practices that will meet or exceed Federal OSHA, state and local regulations.
Develop corporate safety goals and develop policies and procedures to achieve those goals.
Establish systems and develop metrics to monitor the safety program, measure loss performance, identify loss trends and their causes as well as capture positive trends.
Maintain active communication and assist the Rollins Brands with their respective safety programs to include routinely visiting operational units.
Identify, analyze and report employee, vehicle and environmental risk/loss exposures and their impact on productivity of the company.
Coordinate, develop and facilitate work site safety training programs across the company.
Ensure all accidents are thoroughly and efficiently investigated and reported to the appropriate offices in and outside the Company. Also ensure that any identified corrective actions are implemented across all impacted levels and tracked as needed.
Ensure facility inspections to identify existing or potential health hazards are being completed and reported. Work with and coach appropriate managers and other personnel to proactively develop corrective or preventive measures and conduct follow- ups as needed.
Develop and implement a company-wide safety audit system that will help ensure all safety policies and procedures are being communicated and followed.
Enhance effective working relationships and communication at all levels within the organization. This includes interfacing with senior management and other Company departments so that areas of opportunity can be identified and effective plans put into action with minimum lag time.
Attend, speak and represent the company at national and state association meetings, technical seminars, and other professional meetings.
Assist the Marketing and Public Relations departments with programs and publicity opportunities and promotion.
Visit business units and meet with management and employees, observe conditions and identify opportunities.
Assist in legal matters and other duties as requested.
Thorough understanding of safety regulations established by the EPA, OSHA, DOT and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Proven ability in leading the evaluation, design, implementation and improvement of company-wide safety policies and practices.
Clear demonstration of successful interactions on multiple levels within large and diverse organizations.
Serve as both a player and a coach – with the ability to move between a hands-on style and a teaching approach effectively.
Ideal candidate will have experience with service companies that are route-based or have an outdoor environmental factor, but this is not required.
Strong problem solving and analytical skills required.
Must have excellent interpersonal communication, leadership, organizational and training skills in order to inform and promote a robust safety and health program across both operational and management levels.
Should be highly competent in writing, speaking and computer programs, such as Microsoft Office.
Passionate about driving and advancing a true behavioral based safety culture and proven success in this area.
Ability to travel up to 50% of the time.
Education: BS in Industrial Hygiene or Other Safety Related Field (MS a plus)
Experience: At least five years in safety/loss management experience, preferably across multiple business segments including field operations and corporate levels. Experience in managing vehicle fleet safety issues is desirable. Chemical industrial hygiene background also a plus. At a minimum, must be a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or equivalent or achieve such certification within one year of employment.
Internal Number: 1322010
About Rollins, Inc.
Rollins, Inc. is a premier global consumer and commercial services company. Rollins is a company with financial stability who’s been around for more than 100 years. Through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Orkin LLC., HomeTeam Pest Defense, Orkin Canada, Western Pest Services, Critter Control, Inc., The Industrial Fumigant Company, TruTech LLC., Rollins Australia, Waltham Services LLC., PermaTreat, and Crane Pest Control, we provide the most accurate, comprehensive and efficient pest management services for the hospitality, food services, industrial, retail and institutional markets to over 2.0 million customers in the United States, Canada, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Asia, the Mediterranean, Europe, Africa, Mexico and Australia from over 700 locations.