Double Good’s mission is to create joy. We create joy with our delectable and award-winning popcorn. We create joy with our easy-to-use fundraising platform that raises a meaningful amount of money for youth sports and activities, empowering kids to pursue their dreams. We create joy through our Kids Foundation which hosts Double Good Days events across the country to bring all-ability fun to children with special needs and their families. 

As featured on the Today Show, Double Good is not just about the product; we have a strong social mission.

In recent years, Double Good has seen 40% year over year growth, and we’re excited about our future! We’re excited about the possibility of you joining our mission. The Senior Health and Safety (H&S) Manager will be instrumental in helping with the advancement of the Double Good Safety Program.  This role will be responsible for setting the standard and leading by example to create a safety-first culture; Double Good employees will feel valued and protected through the development of programs and initiatives that protect our growing workforce.

By building relationships with key stakeholders such as Operations, HR, Maintenance and Quality, the Senior H&S Manager will be a change champion as it develops and delivers strategic initiatives designed to mitigate risks.  In addition, this role will be responsible for expanding the Safety function and building a team that oversees all incident investigations, site audits,  training, OSHA compliance and worker’s compensation management.  

This role is on-site and will split time between our Burr Ridge and Elmhurst locations..

About the role:

Safety Program Development

  • Lead the development and implementation of comprehensive safety programs, policies, and procedures tailored to our specific industry and operations.
  • Continuously assess safety performance metrics and develop strategies for improvement.
  • Provide timely and routine updates to site and Operational Leadership regarding safety topics, trends and opportunities.
  • Conduct job hazard and PPE analysis for all roles.
  • Manage agreements and service contracts with vendors, safety partners and own the overall safety budget.
  • Stay abreast of regulatory or industry changes and suggest improvements to ensure compliance.

Training And Education

  • Identify training needs and develop training programs that educate employees, contractors and visitors
  • Ensure training delivery is engaging, inclusive and effective. 
  • Define training requirements for all employees, including high-risk job assignments, and maintain company-wide training records.
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Incident Investigation and Management

  • Accountable for the safety incident investigation progress, including proper root cause identification and timely implementation of corrective actions
  • Serves as the primary point of contact for regulatory agencies, including OSHA, representing the company during inspections, inquiries and annual reporting.
  • Manage all Workers Compensation claims to ensure that any claims pertaining to accidents at work are correctly processed and filed.
  • Manage claims on-line using our Third Party Administrators claims system
  • Review monthly loss runs, trends, reportable claims and/or problematic claims
  • Provide superior claim services to internal and external claim partners
  • Interface with Underwriters regarding claim status exposures. Discuss trends and other factors impacting their risks
  • Prepare and present internal management reports for claims with net exposure 
  • Participate in special projects

Safety Audits and Inspections

  • Develop risk-based safety audits specific to operational locations and challenges to identify hazards and proactively mitigate risks.
  • Review audit results and partner with site-specific safety coordinators and leadership to ensure timely completion of corrective actions.

People Management

  • Lead the Safety function and ensure the right positions and people are in place to ensure the current and future needs of the organization are satisfied.
  • Manage all aspects of performance and develop a high-performing organization through coaching, creation of development plans, establishing goals and objectives, and providing stretch opportunities to high-performing talent.
  • Partner with The People Team to develop a workforce plan and associated recruitment strategy. 

Site Security

  • Responsible for the development of a comprehensive site-security policy to maintain employee safety while on premises.
  • Develop and maintain emergency response plans, coordinating with relevant authorities and management, including natural disasters, active shooters and utility interruptions
  • Build out the security process and workforce plan to protect employees, visitors and contractors, including the management of camera and badge access

Experience & Skills we value:*

  • Bachelor's degree in Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene, or a related field is desirable.
  • 7 + years in a safety leadership role in a manufacturing or warehousing/distribution operation
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Proficient in technology and/or equipment used in health and safety inspections.
  • Strong knowledge of OSHA regulations and standards.
  • Proven experience in incident investigation and root cause analysis.
  • Ability to develop and deliver effective safety training programs.
  • Proven ability to drive a strong safety philosophy and implement constructive behavior changes in safety.
  • Interact effectively with all levels of management, supervision, and employees.
  • Demonstrate excellent verbal communication, written communication, and presentation skills.
  • Leadership and team-building skills, and ability to influence decision-makers.
  • Ability to work in a manufacturing setting, at times working varied hours and shifts

Nice to have and/or you’ll learn: (optional)

  • Certification in safety management (CSP) is a plus.
  • OSHA certified instructor
  • Bilingual preferred

About Double Good:

We’re on a mission to create more joy in people’s lives, and that includes our internal employees. We create a place people love to be a part of, where people can discover and practice their unique skill sets, a place where they can contribute and do their best work. We do this by offering our employees: 

Benefits and Perks:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account / Health Savings Account
  • 401k with 4% Company Match
  • Generous PTO
  • 11 Holidays in the year
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program (EAP) available to all employees 24/7
  • Company sponsored disability and life insurance 
  • Monthly Popcorn Allowance (yup, free popcorn)
  • Volunteer opportunities with charity partners and the Double Good Kids Foundation
  • Company events (Happy Hours, Ice Cream Trucks, Summer Shindig, Holiday Party)

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We want our employees to reflect the diverse communities we serve. We embrace the uniqueness in everyone, and we encourage each person to be their true selves. Your age, skin color, beliefs, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, parental status, vet status, gender identity are valued here. We do not stand for discrimination or harassment of any kind. Come as you are.

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