Senior Loss Prevention Representative SFM The Work Comp Experts Work somewhere you love SFM is unique in that we are small enough that your voice is heard, but has all the benefits and perks of a larger employer. We value your opinion, help you reach your goals, and make it easy for you to maintain work-life balance. Find out why our employees rate us a top employer and choose to stay and grow with us. Find out why SFM employees have stuck around for 30+ years!Visit our careers page to learn more about working at SFM. About SFM Since 1983, our mission has been to be the workers' compensation partner of choice for agents, employers and their workers. In that time, we've expanded to a little over 20,000 customers in the Midwest and grown our offerings to include vocational rehabilitation, safe patient handling, loss prevention, medical services and more. Though much has changed through the years, our focus continues to be unrivaled customer service, safety, and providing better outcomes for employers and injured workers. The role Participates as an active team member of a multi-functioning team comprised of claims representatives, marketing underwriters, and telephonic medical case managers. Assists medium-sized premium policyholders and occasionally large account policyholders and agents in the identification and remediation of various related hazards with an emphasis on employee safety and workers' compensation. This job comes with a company car. The ideal candidate will live in or near the Twin Cities metropolitan area in Minnesota. Responsibilities Establishes service plans for accounts through assessment of management controls, physical operations, and loss history. Develops specific strategies to minimize loss potentials and recommends positive changes and improvements to policyholder's management. Prepares report for policyholders outlining present and most likely future loss potentials and other noteworthy items on a timely basis.Evaluates and monitors occupational disease exposures and control mechanisms using basic testing equipment such as sound level meters, passive dosimetry, etc., to determine needed action for loss prevention. Recommends preliminary sampling techniques and assesses risk levels of hazardous substances and physical agents. Reviews results with team leader and/or other team members, as appropriate. Generates a written report with recommendations for abatement where feasible and within the realm of the loss prevention representative's level of expertise.Provides ergonomic education, training, development and evaluations for policyholders in order to prevent repetitive trauma-type injuries.Consults, advises, and persuades policyholders on ways and means to eliminate or minimize their exposure to risk. Recommends modification of current program based on his/her evaluation. Obtains an agreement from the policyholder on an implementation plan to reduce areas of loss and bringing the strategy to satisfactory completion.Interprets and applies common safety and health standards to the work place and is familiar with American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standards and OSHA standards and regulations. Ensures that recommendations incorporate the minimum requirements of current safety and health standards. Educates the policyholder on standards, as needed.Provides training assistance, hazard recognition audits, program reviews, industrial hygiene assistance, and needed resources on common loss prevention topics to policyholders. Responds to policyholder inquiries and communicates pertinent information to affected teams.Applies Company and team policies, practices and procedures.Regularly interacts with team members, policyholders and agents to achieve individual and team goals.Professionally works with all team members providing excellent customer service. Maintains appropriate interactions with persons both with the organization and outside. This includes, but is not limited to, covering for other team members when they are absent, being respectful of others, and the ability to successfully resolve conflict. Constructively works with team members and others in the company when service and business improvement opportunities are identified.Provides first-class customer service to all customers and complies with customer service standards. Responds promptly to resolve complaints or problems. Adheres to partnership agreements represented by the various business services areas. We're looking for Bachelor's degree in safety, risk management or science is highly preferred; in lieu of a Bachelor's degree, 4 years of safety field experience will be accepted.Master's degree in safety, risk management or science is a plus.Three or more year's insurance loss control or safety consulting experience, or working in a safety-related field (manufacturing or construction setting).ASP, CSP or CRM designation preferred.Knowledge of applicable state and federal regulations related to workers' compensation insurance, safety and OSHA.Ability to operate sound level meters, and passive dosimetry devices.Strong oral and written skills to educate and present safety-related classes to external customers.Strong customer service skills and presentation skills. Strong computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).Excellent organizational and time management skills with ability to handle multiple priorities and deadlines.Ability to follow directions and understand and adhere to team procedures and company best practices.Demonstrates positive teaming skills and adept at resolving conflict.Must possess valid driver's license and acceptable driving record.Flexibility in scheduling to accommodate customer needs and may periodically require overnight stays. Physical Requirements Regular attendance is required. Work takes place in a semi paperless environment within an office, using a standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopies, which requires being stationary for extended periods of time. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear, and maintain concentration and focus. The employee frequently is required to stand; walk; use hands and fingers, handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms and work with close vision. This position requires the ability to occasionally lift office products and supplies, Occasional lifting (approximately 25 to 35 pounds). Ability to walk, climb stairs and climb ladders, bend stoop and crouch and wear personal protective equipment on policyholder sites as needed. Regularly exposed to different work environments which includes, but is not limited to dusty, noisy, cold, hot, agricultural environments and a variety of weather conditions. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Join us Watch videos to learn more about SFM's careers and culture.
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