||Safety Training Supervisor
||Summary: Safety Supervisors perform office work on a daily basis essential to the operations of Melton Truck Lines. They are responsible for the training and counseling of drivers and make decisions on how and when to retrain or terminate employment based
on performance standards. Safety Supervisors observe and report on the progress and performance of drivers daily. They evaluate drivers with problems or situations relating to fuel conservation, collisions, load securement, CSA (Compliance Safety Accountability),
and Department of Transportation FMCSA compliance. They are responsible for coordinating and implementing daily and annual training (Medical Card and Logbook Inspections, Hazmat & DOT Rules and Regulations, Commentary Check Rides). Coach and mentor students
and new hire drivers through the phases of internships and orientation in include Road tests and remedial driving, classroom instruction, integrity interviews, load securement training, etc. Contribute and assist in managing Safety Campaigns, participate in
Daily Safety meeting instruction, and monitor and manage safety technology/programs like Omnitracs, Safety Direct, AS400, RAIR, DriveCam, Critical Event Recording, Lane Departure Warning, Melton Mentors, Road Trainer Program, Safety Trainers, as required.
Smith System Certifications required, and CDL A required.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Administer Orientation Training Process 20%
a. Manage Paperless Process and Troubleshooting
b. Perfect the LMS process and accountability from the classroom perspective
c. Audit Orientation Content, Driver evaluations, and recommend curriculum changes or Supervisor training and evaluation
d. Coordinate changes to content and ensure all terminals have current material
e. Audit each orientation 1x per year.
f. Manage the Orientation Schedule at each terminal and recommend staffing adjustments
g. With Director of Safety and Terminal Managers, Coordinate Coverage for vacation/ holidays, or fill in where necessary
h. Manage materials and other purchasing projects – adds, changes, new orders, vendors
i. Assist with Release from orientation process and coordination
j. Identify washout trends and recommend improvements to recruiting and training process
k. Assist with customized training: HOS, map reading, and other special training needs
l. Coordinate full utilization with Tulsa Tech and other outside resources
m. Help integrate new hires into the Operations process or to the Student Training Process
n. Coordinate with Safety and Employee Services to achieve professional style training materials that are consistent in every orientation, and delivered as intended.
o. Use Orientation as a resource for remedial training needs for existing drivers
p. Coordinate Truck Issue and truck satisfaction process
q. Launch Video Conferencing and maximize its use in Driver Training
2. Analyzes safety needs and develops training programs to accommodate those needs including on Pre-orientation, customized training, orientation, and remedial training. 15%
3. Provides back-up to other Safety Department functions as required including teaching safety classes, safety hotline, conducting annual driver training and safety related driver counsels. 25%
4. Assists with road tests, integrity interviews, and other Orientation responsibilities as necessary. 25%
||Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s degree or statistical training is beneficial, as well as customer service experience.
Special Training: Needs to be familiar with software programs such as Powerpoint, Video editing software, Microsoft Excel and Word, Innovative, and AS400.
Special Skills: Attention to detail and communication skills a must.
1. Must be able to sit and remain alert while driving for an aggregate period of up to ten hours.
2. Must be able to shift manual transmission and operate foot pedals.
3. Must be able to perform occasional squatting to handle and position equipment.
4. Must be able to perform occasional crouching to handle and position equipment.
5. Must be able to enter and exit the vehicle’s cab 8 to 10 times a day. Cab floor level is generally from 36 to 66 inches above ground level, with entry and exit achieved with the assistance of various configurations of steps and handholds. Also requires occasional
bending, twisting, climbing, squatting, crouching and balancing.
6. Must be able to frequently perform carrying equipment weighting 1 pound to 20 pounds of varying size and shape a distance of at least 1 foot but usually no more than 75 feet.
7. Must be able to frequently reach for equipment at waist level and occasionally reach for equipment above shoulder height or below waist level.
8. Must be able to occasionally reach above shoulder level, at waist level and below waist level for maneuvering and directing the controls to operate the truck.
9. Must be able to occasionally lift, push, pull and spread a tarp weighting approximately 105 pounds.
10. Must be able to install and remove tire chains when required due to inclement weather.
11. Must be able to spend at least 5% of the day standing and 10% of the day walking on surfaces such as concrete, wood and metal, and sometimes on slippery and wet surfaces.
12. Must be able to hook/unhook various commercial vehicle combinations, manually lower and raise landing gear, operate the fifth wheel release lever, lock and release pintle-hooks, attach and release safety chains, climb into and out of our vehicles, fuel
vehicles and check engine oil and coolant levels.
13. It is necessary to talk, hear, sit, walk, type, and write.
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