Chase Brass & Copper Company, LLC

  • Intern-Safety

    Job Location US-OH-Montpelier
    ID 2018-1151
    # of Openings
    Posted Date
    1 month ago(10/10/2018 7:48 AM)
  • Overview

    Chase Brass, a leader in the brass rod industry, is currently seeking a summer Safety Intern.


    If you're ready to gain some valuable experience in your field of study and partner with an innovative, fast-paced company, then we're excited to see how you'd fit in our organization.


    The Safety Intern will be primarily responsible for creating and administering safety management processes to drive continuous safety improvement.


    Specific duties will include:


    • Responsively and competently address the company's safety needs with functional emphasis supporting the Extrusion, Finishing and Shipping Depts.
    • Develop and update management systems, policies, standard, processes, JSWP's, and programs to drive continuous safety improvement
    • Use hazard assessment tools to identify and reduce/mitigate risk
    • Lead ergonomic assessment and improvement efforts
    • Develop effective safety and health training
    • Conduct facility audits and communicate gaps to the expected standard
    • Actively participant in joint union/management safety committee
    • Organize and manage safety records
    • Assist in worker's compensation management as required


    The successful candidate will possess:


    • Working toward a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in a Safety-related field
    • Continuing education/training in occupational safety and health
    • Working knowledge of regulatory standards, amendments, advisories, guidelines, and updates
    • Computer skills- MS Outlook, Word, Excel PowerPoint, project management, data analysis, reporting and research
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Must be able to effectively work with all levels of the organization


    About Us


    For over 50 years, Chase Brass has been producing brass rod in the USA for hundreds of different everyday items – faucet parts, auto parts, valves, hardware, couplings, sensors, etc. – and not so everyday parts like the 2002 Olympic Torch. In fact, you’d probably be surprised to know how many different objects you own that are made possible because of the physical characteristics of brass.

    We work in a highly competitive market place where customers have high levels of expectations for receiving exactly what they need when they need it. That’s why we’re proud to report less than a 5% employee turnover, and the average length of employee service is over 17 years. That is a remarkable testament to the excellent relationship Chase has with its employees.  


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