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Based on 244 responses, the job of Safety Officer has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.04 out of 5. On average, Safety Officers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Safety Officer?

April 2014
"What Is Safety"
Safety Officer:
The person must learn as much as he can and he must make sure that he communicate with people who has been in the industry for a long time so that they will give him information and knowledge.
June 2014
"Diligence Is Key."
Safety Officer:
Take your time to get to know your workers and have a mutual respect for each person. Doing this will allow them to have the same respect for you and therefore will allow you to implement safety that some people may not have accepted in the past.
July 2014
Safety Officer:
Pros: I enjoy my job as a occupational safety officer.
Cons: Stress level, pressure, not only working as safety officer but as a personal assistant and foreman.
August 2014
Safety Officer:
Don't settle for anything less than 23.57¡k per month.
September 2014
"Teach Safety On A Personal Level."
Safety Officer:
When I was offered my first Safety Management position, I asked my predecessor why he chose me for the position. He told me that he had been observing my work habits for months and that in his opinion I worked more safely than anyone else in the shop. He said, no one has to tell you to work safely, you just seem to do it on your own. He asked if I knew why I performed my job safely. I said yes and told him that I wanted to go home to my family in the same condition I was in when I came to work that morning. I elaborated by saying, because they depend on me. He then asked me if I thought that I could communicated this concept to others. I said sure, it's simply a matter of behavior adjustment, but management from the top down, will have to give me full support. Behavior is habitual. Change you behavior and practice it, until it becomes a habit.
October 2014
"Managing SHE Management Systems."
Safety Officer:
To be patient and to learn more stuff in Acts and Regulations.
October 2014
"Safety officer."
Safety Officer:
Pros: Make work safe for all co workers.
Cons: Co workers not taking safety seriously.