Senior Manager, Safety & Loss Prevention
Domino’s Pizza, which began in 1960 as a single store location in Ypsilanti, MI, has had a lot to celebrate lately: we’re a reshaped, reenergized brand of honesty, transparency and accountability – not to mention, great food! In the rise to becoming a true technology leader, the brand is now consistently one of the top five companies in online transactions and 65% of our sales in the U.S. are taken through digital channels. The brand continues to ‘deliver the dream’ to local business owners, 90% of which started as delivery drivers and pizza makers in our stores. That’s just the tip of the iceberg…or as we might say, one “slice” of the pie! If this sounds like a brand you’d like to be a part of, consider joining our team!
The Senior Safety Manager (“Sr. Safety Manager”) will have primary responsibility for the development, implementation and ongoing oversight of all policies and programs designed to (1) reduce the number and severity of injuries to, and to otherwise promote the safety of, all Team Members, (2) reduce the number and severity of injuries to customers and third parties (e.g., including auto accidents) resulting from the operation, and (3) work with Risk Management as the field arm to manage OSHA and Worker’s Compensations Injury investigating, reporting and compliance. All such policies, and programs must be measured to ensure that they add value, meet safety goals, and demonstrate ROI (which, in the context of safety, means a reduction in safety-related incidents and the severity of injuries).
The right candidate will have the ability to demonstrate leadership via influence. An astute collaborator who can articulate the difference between must haves and nice to haves, the Sr. Manager should know to build in value propositions in program designs in order to gain stakeholder engagement.
Data driven program design means comfort in designing company, and culture, appropriate standards of measurement and success.
(15%) Develop and Maintain Safety Programs and Policies
· Advise on the Vision, Mission and Guiding Principles related to Safety and Safe Working Practices
· Propose and implement approved safety policies and procedures through continual evaluation of potential safety issues associated with operations
· Research, propose and implement approved procedures and policies in the areas of injury prevention, environmental and life safety issues, which comply with OSHA and other federal, state and local governmental laws and regulations that impact DPZ controlled operations.
· Ensure that equipment, machinery and working environments are inspected in a manner, way and timeline which allows for appropriate observation of possible unsafe conditions, and allows for timely mitigation plans
· Review and analyze accident/injury reports and ensure corrective actions are taken.
· In accordance with OSHA, WC or other applicable regulations ensure proper methods of investigation, recording and reporting for incidents.
(10%) Lead insights related to the collection, analysis and interpretation of accident, injury and security statistics
· Work with data and risk teams to evaluate risk management, safety hotline information, industry data sets, and internal data to identify trends. Complete and share executive-reports of findings and recommended mitigation steps.
· Provide data to Safety and Loss Prevention leadership for review and evaluation
· Review safety statistics to identify safety concerns and trends, and work with cross-functional team to make improvements, and design best practices; provide counsel and leadership to address issues and concerns
· In conjunction with the Safety Program Manager, inspect new products/procedures (uniforms, utensils, building materials, etc.) for their effect on safety and potential risk to store, HQ or SCC personnel. Make design and function suggestions. Approve or deny recommendation for implementation when potential health or safety issues exist
(55%) Supervise Safety Team
· Set priorities and objectives and manage functional responsibilities for the Safety Team.
· Prepare presentations and meet with key stakeholders regularly on Safety Programs and results
· Ensure the right Safety Team rep attends workers’ compensation docket meetings to advise on safety issues and coordinate efforts with Legal, Risk Management and other S&LP personnel
(20%) Monitor state and federal safety regulations and advise management of procedures that must be implemented to ensure compliance
· Evaluate state and federal OSHA laws for impact on DPZ. Confer with Legal, design plans and procedures to comply
· Communicate with Department of Health, Fire Marshal and OSHA representatives, representing DPZ at hearings and meetings as needed
· Serve as the occupational safety subject matter expert as needed
· 3 direct reports – for total Safety Team of 6 (inclusive of Sr. Manager)
· Safety Compliance Manager
· 2 Incident Claim Specialist
· Field Safety Manager
· 4 Regional Safety Specialists
· Logistics Safety Manager
- Bachelor’s degree in occupational safety or related field
- In depth knowledge of OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and other safety related legislation.
· Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (COSS), or similar industry certification required
- 10 years experience in developing and implementing safety related policies and programing
- Proven track record for leading the development of safety related initiatives that reduce both safety incidents and severity
- Excellent communication, organizational and presentation skills
- Strong decision making skills, able to influence, set strategy, and strong managerial courage
- Exceptional analytical skills – including interpreting, visualizing and contextualising data
- Proven change agent, ability to create change and drive results
- Excellent leadership skills, strong presence
- Must be willing to be on call for emergencies, and
- Have the ability to travel by air or car 30% of the time
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.