Tasks : 1. Metrics
Reports safety incidents. Feeds back on lessons learned and best practice from own unit and across ABB to management and employees.
2. Regulatory compliance
Implements policies and standards. Ensures area of responsibility is audited according to program for audit. Assists line managers and supervisors in understanding obligations, liability and how to fulfill their roles, according to local Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) law and ABB Group policy, instructions and standards.
3. Risk management
Facilitates safety risks assessment by line management involving shop floor employees, i.e. those directly concerned by the hazards, and ensures all processes are implemented.
4. Continuous improvement
Drives behavioral change through implementing Group-wide performance improvement programs and practices locally to ensure an exemplary health and safety culture.
5. Communication and engagement
Engages external (e.g. customers, suppliers and other stakeholders) and internal stakeholders in order to report on, raise awareness and gain commitment on ABB's safety efforts and performance and obtain objective feedback.
Cooperates with other functions, the CoE and business partners to drive safety performance.
6. Operational support
Ensures appropriate safety equipment and tools are available and used. Identifies, plans and initiates training need, e.
g. for employees, site managers, and agree with, and ensures delivery of training from the CoE. Ensures implementation of safety objectives and plans, incident investigations and root cause analysis in respective organization.
Drives and ensures compliance with Group management systems.
7. Project management
Contributes to and / or plans and executes safety related projects. Develops and reports on project objectives. Manages project resources such as manpower, financials and other relevant factors.