Safety Field Partner

Risk Management / Internal Audit or Business Assurance

Dallas, TX

February 9, 2018

Job Summary
Supports Brinker’s Safety and Loss Prevention programs by providing direct support to the brands through a combination of risk assessment, operational engagement, and effective solutions. Identifies loss trends and finds solutions to mitigate loss frequency and severity. Integrates Safety and Loss Prevention best practices into the company’s culture by establishing strong relationships with Operations and Restaurant Support Center (RSC) departments. Maintains a strong presence in the field through site visits and participation in regional meetings. Manages Safety and Loss Prevention programs both in the field and at the RSC.
Key Performance Elements/Essential Functions
  1. As directed, Implement and execute the company’s Injury & Illness Prevention program and Hazard Communication Program
  2. Utilizing department reporting packages and ad-hoc analysis, identify worker’s compensation and general liability loss trends in assigned area, communicating with operations as appropriate and incorporating findings into training materials and meeting agendas
  3. Evaluate business and operational risks to determine exposures to loss and recommend appropriate solutions
  4. Impact Sales and Profits by assisting business owners in mitigating exposures so that initiatives can roll forward
  5. Research, develop, and test design, behavioral, equipment, and process improvements in conjunction with applicable RSC departments as directed by supervisor
  6. Manage vendors/supplier partners to ensure quality of products and services to operations as relates to Safety and Loss Prevention
  7. Conduct field testing and solicit feedback as appropriate
  8. Ensure company is compliant with OSHA/Regulatory requirements
  9. Investigate OSHA complaints/reports as needed and provides and coordinates response and communication with OSHA representatives
  10. Partner with brand Safety Champions to help mitigate losses
  11. Partner with outside broker/consultants as applicable
  12. Maintain field presence through participation in training sessions, GM/DO meetings, on-site visits, etc.
  13. Monthly rotation as a point of contact for crisis calls from the field
  14. Serve as point of contact for boiler inspections, following up to exceptions as applicable
  15. Establish rapport and build relationships with both internal and external business partners
  16. Complete additional projects and assignments as requested by supervisor
    Cultural Beliefs
  • Feedback’s Priceless – Sees more through other’s feedback.
  • Own it – Owns, drives, and achieves desired key results.
  • Win Together – Works across boundaries to achieve key results.
  • Trust Matters – Acts in a manner that cultivates trust in others.
  • Thinking Forward – Thinks and acts in a manner to deliver desired future results.
Qualifications
  1. College degree or equivalent work experience
  2. Professional certification a plus (CSP, ARM)
  3. User level familiarity with Microsoft Excel, Word and Power Point required
  4. User level familiarity with Risk Management Information Systems (claims handling software) required
    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
  5. Knowledge of OSHA rules and regulations as relates to the restaurant industry
  6. Data analytic skills
  7. Strong training and presentation skills
  8. Possesses strong oral and written communication skills
  9. Works with minimal supervision to accomplish tasks
  10. Prioritizes work to meet appropriate deadlines
  11. Handles multiple tasks with competing and conflicting requests
  12. Handles sensitive and confidential information appropriately
  13. Draws conclusions and makes recommendations
  14. Ability to communicate and establish a rapport with people of various backgrounds, cultures, and professions
  15. Bilingual (Spanish) is a plus
  16. Strong listening skills
  17. Strong customer service skills, including a high level of enthusiasm and energy
    Work Experience:
  18. 3-5 years Safety and Loss Prevention experience required
  19. Restaurant operations experience may be considered in lieu of Loss Prevention experience
    Travel:
  20. Moderate travel (40%) required to maintain field presence and execute programs.