Position Description Summary Health and safety tracking\/reporting\/metrics Conducting audits and inspections Performing Risk Assessments Updating and maintaining Occupational Health and Safety Management System documentation Partnering with the Core Values to accomplish integrated objectives locally and globally Interact with factory floor personnel on problem solving techniques Assist with safety manager and supervisor with a variety of projects at the discretion of supervisor Core Responsibilities Implement inclusion of Risk Assessment into 100% of the SOP of workstations at the SAF & WPO Model Areas Active part of Ergo Team 1 concentrating on workstation evaluation and developing corrective measures Develop, implement, and monitor an effective process that tracks identification, activity, and corrective measures surrounding incident\/injury risk classification Minimum Education Requirements Applicants must be currently enrolled and pursuing a degree in Occupational Health & Safety at an accredited school, and have completed 30 semester hours prior to the start of the internship Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 Personal Competencies Customer Focus, Standing Alone, Project Ownership, Technical Skills, Action Oriented, Perseverance, Peer Relationships, Integrity and Trust, Team Orientated About us Volvo Group Trucks Operations encompasses all production of the Group\u2019s engines and transmissions, as well as all production of Volvo, Renault and Mack trucks. The organization is responsible for spare parts supplies to the Group's customers as well as for designing, operating and optimizing logistics and supply chain for all brands, production facilities and distribution centers where the Volvo Group operates. In Volvo Group Trucks Operations you will be part of a diverse team of highly skilled professionals who work with passion, trust and embrace change to stay ahead. We make our customers win.
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Volvo Group built its first truck in Sweden in 1928, Volvo first entered the North American truck market in 1959. It was not until the mid-1970s that Volvo was established as a permanent part of the U.S. truck market, through Volvo of America Corp.Volvo Trucks is one of the leading heavy truck and engine manufacturers in the world. Today, Volvo Trucks manufactures a broad line of on-highway and vocational Class 8 vehicles. Each new or used purchase is supported by a strong dealer network and by industry-leading parts and service programs to smooth your ride on the road to success.