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LOCK-OUT/TAG-OUT (LOTO) PROGRAM COORDINATOR , Facilities-Campus Services and Maintenance-Environment, Health and Safety, to be responsible for organizing and supervising the day-to-day tasks of assigned "tagging authorities." This includes technical responsibility for interpreting, organizing, executing, and coordinating LOTO activities. Will work to ensure that all requested lock-out/tag-out events will provide a safe working environment for the requester and public; coordinate and work closely with the Repair and Maintenance, EHS, Engineering, and Utilities areas; manage the energy control procedures (ECP) program, including equipment surveying, isolation point identification, writing ECPs, and conducting the annual review of established ECPs.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : bachelor's degree, preferably in an engineering field; OSHA 30 training certification; OSHA LOTO compliance training certification; at least three years' experience related to equipment operations or other relevant experience such as facilities operation, construction, field engineering, or operations in industrial, process or utility engineering or construction; three years' experience performing and/or reviewing lock-out/tag-out activities; experience and advanced-level knowledge of applicable regulatory safety standards regarding lock-out/tag-out; familiarity with mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and control systems designs and operation; experience creating and administering inspections and field audits; discretion and judgment with confidential information/issues; proficiency with MS Office, especially Word and Excel; advanced-level knowledge of drawings, P&IDs, electrical one-lines, and other pertinent drawings and safety programs; and strong coordination and organizational skills. Must be able to collect, manage, input, and edit data; ensure correct codes, standards, job specifications, project procedures, and state and federal regulations are met or exceeded; and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with the organization, client groups, venders, suppliers, subcontractors, and regulatory authorities. Job #20585-8
Working Conditions: ascending/descending stairs; traversing the campus; moving about the job site and machinery to access equipment; remaining stationary for extended periods of time; and working from ladders, scaffolds, and other above-ground locations such as roofs. Personal protective equipment must be worn as required by the specific assignment. Environment contains dust, odors, and fumes, high levels of noise and temperature extremes. Work will be performed near steam and moving machinery, in tight areas and confined spaces such as manholes and crawl spaces, and with and around chemicals and solvents. Some work performed in research labs and animal facilities and outdoors in inclement weather.
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