Field Safety Manager-Loss Prevention and Safety
Reports to Sr. Director of Risk Management
The Field Safety Manager will be responsible for developing and implementing loss prevention
strategies for the Company with a focus on driver safety and injury prevention. The Field Safety
Manager will coordinate with Safety Directors well as Branch Operations leadership in crafting
short and long term strategies for building a culture of safety within the organization, evaluate
TFI customer commitment to driver and workplace safety, conduct customer site visits, provide
training and professional development for management and driver personnel; coordinate with
the Safety and Compliance Team to review all vehicle accidents and driver injuries to determine
root causes and corrective actions. This individual will champion and chair the company’s
safety committee and communications. This position will require up to 50% travel including
- Develop and implement behavioral based safety training and initiatives designed to
prevent and /or reduce driver injuries and vehicle accidents.
- Formulate recommended action plans, analyze data/trends to drive injury and incident
reduction and identify opportunities to improve driver safety.
- Evaluate new and current customers; conduct site evaluations; provide reports to Sales
and Sr. Leadership teams to evaluate clients and pricing.
- Create an accident investigation presentation for branch operations staff.
- Develop a process to identify “at-risk” drivers with respect to safety.
- Develop and implement branch and customer scorecards for measuring safety
- Conduct and attend safety training meetings.
- Create safety initiatives as a member of the Safety Committee.
- Conduct branch compliance audits for regulatory compliance (OSHA postings, statutory
WC mandated postings, etc.)
- Champion safety communications for drivers and staff (newsletters, posters, and social
- Serve as the point of contact for all OSHA inquiries and inspections.
- Attend Staffing /Transportation Association meetings as required.
- Attend insurance stewardship meetings. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Safety, Health, Engineering or related
discipline and at least 5-10 years of transportation safety or safety management experience in
logistics, supply chain, insurance company or staffing company. Working knowledge of workers
compensation, federal and state safety laws, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations is
required. Current OSHA 10 or 30 hour certified training a plus.
Please send all inquires to:
Mrs. Torquka R. Johnson Haggerty, Sr. Director, Risk Management & Safety, firstname.lastname@example.org