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A Registered nurse who has demonstrated expertise to assess, plan, implement and evaluate the hospital’s Infection Control program through the knowledge of the principles and practices of Infection Control. Has completed the basic training course of Infection Control from an accredited program. Has a minimum of 5 years in hospital nursing experience as a registered nurse. BSN preferred. RI nursing license.
The Safety Specialist PD assists in coordinating the hospital’s Safety Program and Emergency Preparedness related activities. Helps develop and maintain computerized information systems to record and monitor risk management and safety related data. Develops and prepares department reports for senior management. Assists in coordinating all risk-related Risk Management/Safety information with regulatory agencies and other internal and external sources. Provides support to maintain the Hospital’s Risk Management program. Helps coordinate the safety and emergency preparedness functions of the Hospital. Educates employees in safety and emergency preparedness related issues.
Specifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, Public Health or related field with three to five years experience, preferably in Risk/Safety Management in a hospital setting, or equivalent level of education and experience required. Proficient with PC-based data management and statistical software applications and knowledge of Rhode Island Workers Compensation Laws required. Excellent oral/written communications skills and strong analytical abilities necessary. Safety or Industrial Hygiene Certificate desirable. Manual dexterity required for regular operation of computer and other office equipment.
Directs and oversees South County Health’s safety programs. Develops and administers policies, programs, and procedures meant to protect employee, patient, and visitor health and safety, and/or promote regulatory and environmental compliance.
The Emergency Management Specialist position is in the Associate Director’s Office at the VA Providence Healthcare Systems, located at the Providence, Rhode Island location. This position is full-time at 40 hours per week.
The Healthcare Emergency Management Director for the Center for Emergency Preparedness and Response (CEPR) is responsible for developing and promoting healthcare emergency preparedness and response capabilities across all healthcare partners in Rhode Island in alignment with the requirements of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service, Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response’s Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP). This position serves as the co-chair of the Healthcare Coalition of Rhode Island with the Hospital Association of Rhode Island. This position works to build and sustain the Coalition; conducts planning, training and education, and exercises to support the Coalition and its members; identifies and facilitates mechanisms to share information and resources; builds consensus among membership about preparedness actions and initiatives; and conducts contract and vendor management for projects that support the Coalition. This position provides operational support to Coalition stakeholders during emergency situations. This position is responsible for working with CEPR leadership to develop the budget and work plan for the Coalition based on available funding, grant requirements, and Coalition priorities; and monitoring and reporting all activities and performance measures within the HPP and other supplemental grants.