Indiana University Health

Coordinator-Safety IU Health Bedford Hospital

IU Health Bedford Hospital

Job Location

IU Health Bedford Hospital



Date Posted

April 7, 2020

Schedule & Shift

  • Days
  • Part Time

Requisition Number

Provides a safe, functional and effective environment for occupants. Maintains Hazardous Materials and Waste, Emergency Management, and Safety functions for Environment of Care (EOC). Protects the facilities by investigating, reducing, and controlling environmental hazards and risks. Develops and implements an information collection and evaluation system (ICES). Coordinates and ensures regulatory compliance issues for all areas of responsibility are met. Develops and directs staff education program and training activities related to areas of responsibility. Acts as an informational and enforcement resource for applicable regulations and standards

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Qualifications for the Coordinator-Safety Role

  • Bachelor?s degree in Health Science, Industrial Hygiene, and Safety Management preferred.
  • Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) and/or Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) certifications strongly preferred.
  • Requires knowledge of Joint Commission, FEMA, IDEM, EPA, OSHA and ISDH rules and regulations and knowledge of federal, state and local requirements.
  • Requires knowledge of hazardous material management requirements.
  • Requires knowledge of emergency management/preparedness requirements.
  • Requires ability to identify and evaluate workplace hazards.
  • Requires ability to integrate new information into practice.
  • Requires ability to develop educational programs.
  • Requires accurate use of computers and working knowledge of various software programs.
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