Fleet and Safety Manager

December 21, 2022

Hybrid – 2 Days A Week Home Office

Fleet and Safety Manager opportunity for manufacturer in DuPage County, Illinois.  Must have experience with managing safety, fleet operations and DOT compliance.  Responsible for development and implementation of programs that deliver high performance.  Serve as a critical member of the leadership team, partnering across the business to ensure compliance with a growing company.

Manage the company vehicle program including working closely with the fleet management company on vehicle replacement purchases / leasing and maintenance schedule

Maintain all vehicle licensure and registration as well as driver licensing and training

Establish efficient routes and support the coordination of drivers and schedules

Identify and Implement cost and efficiency improvements regarding company fleet, safety and worker compensation

Update and implement written health and safety company policies, programs, and procedures

Ensure the company follows federal, state and other regulatory safety related requirements

Create and follow an annual safety timeline for each entity that includes in-person/virtual training sessions, safety evaluations, and OSHA requirements

Manage OSHA record keeping and reporting requirements, including monitoring and communication of internal safety key performance indicators

Advise leadership on safety strategies and consistently model behaviors that advance safety culture, driving continuous improvement of health and safety program effectiveness

Lead safety audits across North American entities, including follow ups and support on addressing any recommendations to reduce safety hazards and health risks

Ensure workplace and vehicle incidents are recorded, analyzed and proper corrective actions are implemented


Bachelor’s Degree

OSHA 30 Hour certification required

5 years of experience working with EH&S compliance systems

5 years of experience working with company vehicle program administration

Experience implementing OSHA and regulatory requirements in the US

50% travel required mostly within the US