Job Summary Implement the safety management policies and procedures locally so that all employees have a safe and healthy working environment and Swissport complies with all current and future regulations and laws. Job Responsibilities Maintain a register of all station specific legislation applicable to occupational health and safety and complement Swissport\u2019s corporate, country and\/or divisional documentation with applicable station specifics. Ensure implementation of safety management standards within the station. Establish and lead Station Monthly Safety Management Meetings and bi-annual Station Employee Health & Safety Committee Meetings. Report to the Head of Health & Safety Country \/ Division on a functional basis. Deliver regular safety performance reports to the Station Management. Ensure all hazards, incidents are being reported and recorded. Initiate, lead and carry out investigations on occurrences in line with corporate standards. Plan, prepare and conduct internal safety audits at given intervals at the station and initiate \/ monitor corrective actions based on audit findings and occurrence investigations. Establish and maintain the station operational risk register Key Performance Indicators Safety Performance index Qualificationsand Competencies Diploma\/ professional qualifications or equivalent in related field Minimum 1 year experience in safety management and\/or management system Knowledge of country specific laws and industry regulations related to safety and safety management In-depth knowledge of MS Office Good oral and written communications and ability to communicate and motivate and drive standards at all levels A sense of passion for improving safety standards and a commitment to continuous improvement Ability to persuade, gain support, obtain commitment, and mobilize a team to action Operational and general compliance orientation Personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness Equal Employment Opportunity Statement Swissport as an equal opportunity employer bases its hiring decisions on the business need and the best qualified candidates available, and does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of any protected category. Candidates who are offered employment may be subject to a criminal record and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.