Director of Safety - Security (MGM Grand)
Director of Safety - Security (MGM Grand)
MGM Resorts International
It is the primary responsibility of the Director of Safety to oversee all aspects of Safety for the MGM Grand property and maintain Safety compliance. Identify potential risks of injury or physical hazards to guests, employees, property and the environment and develop methods to control the related hazards at an acceptable level. All duties are to be performed in accordance with departmental and property policies, practices, and procedures.
- Produce and implement site specific safety training programs and procedures.
- Inspect work areas and equipment to assess and affect changes necessary for maintaining.
compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Fire Code standard.
Address OSHA Inspections including referrals, complaints, comprehensive and accident follow up.
Monitor in-house staff and outside contractors for compliance with OSHA, EPA, ADA, Insurance companies and Fire Code standards of work, safety equipment usage and
Lead, facilitate, document and follow up on MGM Grand Safety Committee.
- Serve as a member of the MGM Resorts International Safety Committee.
- Investigate and follow up on in-house and outside contractor's safety concerns and accidents.
Monitor required Annual Permits as required by Clark County Fire Prevention.
Review accident reports and OSHA 300 Logs.
- Analyze Workers Compensation claims and OSHA complaints to identify trends and work with department leaders to address root causes, in order to reduce the number and cost of claims.
- Management of hazardous waste regulations, storage, inspections, containment and proper disposal.
- Address Southern Nevada Health District Pool and Spa concerns along with Pool, Spa and Facility Manager.
- Perform Personal Protective Equipment Job Hazard Analysis Certification of each department and employee task along with departmental managers.
- Monitor respirator physical compliance exams and fit tests.
- Perform specific periodic inspections for proper use of respirators, Lockout /Tag out and Fall.
- Monitor Hotel Window Washing Stage Systems.
- Maintain Outside Contractor's Agreement Contracts and review Safety Programs.
- Annually review safety programs as required by OSHA.
- Monitor departmental Monthly Self-Inspections, documentation and follow up.
- Monitor hazardous waste throughout the year and maintain our “Conditionally Exempt Small.
- Quantity Generator” status with the EPA.
Monitor Fall Protection “Competent Person” Inspections in applicable departments.
- Attend ongoing OSHA, NFPA and EPA training to gain knowledge and required certifications.
- Attend ongoing Service and Leadership training to better understand and follow MGM Resorts standards, goals and visions.
- Engage, entertain and inspire all who visit MGM Grand by making a focused commitment to our ensure our guests receive.
- Perform all other job related duties as requested.
- Certifications or training from an OSHA recognized safety organization on required safety programs including GHS/Hazard Communication, Bloodborne Pathogens, Permit-Required Confined Space Entry, Fall Protection, Fire Extinguisher, Hearing Conservation, Lockout/Tag out, Personal Protective Equipment and Respiratory Protection.
- At least 4 years of experience in all major areas of safety including managerial / supervisory.
- Ability to exercise sound judgment in emergency situations.
- Ability to properly interpret and make sound decisions in accordance with safety laws, regulations and policies.
- Working knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of safety administration, organizational management and operations.
- Working knowledge of OSHA, EPA and NFPA regulations.
- Excellent customer service skills.
- Able to lead and mentor a team.
- Have interpersonal skill to deal effectively with all business contacts.
- Professional appearance and demeanor.
- Work varied shifts, including weekends and holidays.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Able to effectively communicate in English, in both written and oral forms.
- Professional certification in safety or health (CSP).
- Previous experience working in a similar resort setting.