The Manager of Loss Control – Non-Clinical participates as a key member of the Insurance and Risk Management team collaborating with Non-Clinical Loss Control Directors to provide loss control expertise on colleague safety and other non-clinical topics to Trinity Health member and service organizations. Primary responsibilities of this position include but may not be limited to, administering Trinity Health colleague safety and non-clinical loss control activities on a day-to-day basis, managing and analyzing incident data, conducting loss control educational programs, and complying with standards by OSHA, TJC and other accrediting and regulatory agencies, with the objective of maintaining colleague and life safety, enhancing quality care, and minimizing loss to protect the assets of the facility.
1. Knows, understands, incorporates and demonstrates the Trinity Health mission, vision, and values in behaviors, practices and decisions.
2. Collaborates with Non-Clinical Loss Control Directors and member/service organization Workers' Compensation Coordinators and Safety Managers to develop action plans that address opportunities for improvement identified in loss control assessments and to assist with implementation of the loss control plan through education, consultation, monitoring loss control actions and on-site assistance.
3. Analyzes incident data to identify patterns/trends that could result in colleague injuries or compensable events. Findings of surveys, studies and special projects are used to assist in long term planning and to identify changes needed to policies and systems to facilitate reductions in risk and losses.
4. Assists in the development of programs and tools to reduce the frequency/severity of incidents involving visitors and employees. Assists in monitoring compliance and improvements following implementation.
5. Collaborates with Non-Clinical Loss Control Directors to develop and present educational materials and programs to address training needs identified throughout Trinity Health or by an individual member/service organization related to loss prevention/control, regulatory requirements and standards.
6. Collaborates with Non-Clinical Loss Control Directors and others to develop goals and objectives for implementation and monitoring across Trinity Health.
7. Organizes and facilitates monthly meetings with member/service organization’s Workers' Compensation Coordinators, Safety Officers and others.
8. Oversees the Workers' Compensation Coordinators as it relates to management of meetings and materials.
9. Collaborates with other members of the Insurance and Risk Management Services team to develop and lead new Workers' Compensation Coordinators and other member/service organization stakeholders.
10. Participates on committees related to mitigating risks to colleague safety.
11. Maintains current expertise by review and evaluation of current literature, attendance at Workers' Compensation workshops, etc. Provides member organization Workers' Compensation Coordinators with pertinent information on current colleague safety topics.
12. Maintains a working knowledge of applicable Federal, State and local laws/regulations; the Trinity Health Integrity and Compliance Program and Code of Conduct; as well as other policies and procedures in order to ensure adherence in a manner that reflects honest, ethical and professional behavior.
Must possess knowledge of risk management and loss prevention techniques and operations, as normally obtained through a Bachelor's degree in loss control, healthcare, insurance or other related fields, and 3-5 years of safety management experience, preferably in healthcare.
Working knowledge of OSHA and The Joint Commission standards, and Federal and state statutes, regulations and codes required.
3. Strong analytical skills and ability to organize and communicate information verbally and in writing with all levels of the organization.
4. Initiative and the ability to influence change without direct authority.
5.Must possess strong ability to meet deadlines and respond to shifting priorities.
6. Must be comfortable operating in a collaborative, shared leadership environment.
7. Must possess computer skills and be able to operate IRMS systems and standard desktop tools including PC, Windows, GroupWise, e-mail, Word, Excel, STARS, databases, and so forth.
8. A personal presence, which is characterized by a sense of honesty, integrity and caring with the ability to inspire and motivate others to promote the philosophy, mission, vision, goals and values of Trinity Health, is essential.
9. Knowledge and working relationships in Workers' Compensation and safety management is preferred
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
This position operates in a typical office environment. The area is well-lit, temperature controlled and free from hazards and barriers.
Travel to the various Trinity Health sites up to 20% of the time. (Travel to meet with other related parties at various locations is expected).
Must be able to adapt to frequently changing work priorities as well as work under pressure.
4. Must be able to perform moderate physical activity, lifting and bending.