Delaware County Safety Coordinator

Delaware County Safety Coordinator

Delaware County has an opening for the position of Safety Coordinator

A sample of illustrative duties include but is not limited to:

  • Coordinates and recommends the County’s overall proactive safety program and leads others to achieve overall safety goals to ensure program compliance;
  • Develops, coordinates, implements and delivers safety training programs and activities for Delaware County government including identifying new/additional training needs, coordinating with Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) training programs, locating resources/trainers, establishing training curriculum(s), conducting pre- and post-testing and determines training effectiveness;
  • Works with County staff in the investigation and analysis of employee accidents and in the identification and elimination of potential safety hazards for County operations, facilities and roadways including investigation of employee/public accidents and near-miss situations to determine cause, to reduce future potential employee/public injuries, and works with Human Resources staff and other county leaders to reduce accidents and Workers’ Compensation claims;
  • Participates in and coordinates fire inspections to ensure compliance with local fire code with assistance from fire departments and Delaware County Facilities staff;

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Programs for Storm Relief from the State Treasurer’s Office

 

The destruction and damage caused by recent severe weather impacted many Ohioans. The Ohio Treasurer’s office administers two economic development programs that may be beneficial to impacted individuals or entities when insurance coverage or relief funds do not cover the full cost of repairs or replacement of property, equipment, or vehicles, or if those impacted did not have insurance coverage for the damage incurred.

ReEnergize Ohio and ECO-Link offer interest rate reduction on loans for damage from natural disasters for any Ohioan with a small business or a primary residence located in Ohio. The bank loan application must be submitted in conjunction with a participating Ohio depositary bank. The borrower and the bank loan officer complete the application online. Please contact the Ohio Treasurer’s Department of Economic Development at 614-466-6546 or 1-800-228-1102 for assistance finding a participating bank in your area.

ReEnergize Ohio (previously Renew Ohio) assists small business owners and farm operators who require loans to repair or replace their property. The ReEnergize Ohio linked-deposit program can work with SBA loans as well.

  • For construction loans, provides up to a 3% interest rate reduction on individual or commercial loans for up to four (4) years. The rate reduction is available on loans up to $550,000, with possible cap variance on a case by case basis.
  • For restoration loans, provides up to 3% interest rate reduction on loans up to four (4) years. The rate reduction is available on loans up to $550,000.
  • The online application consists of two brief forms – one from the applicant and one from the lender. Contractor estimates for a business construction project must be attached and must total greater than or equal to the full amount of the loan.

ECO-Link (previously Rebuild Ohio) assists homeowners with financing the restoration or replacement of their primary residence through the use of construction or restoration loans.

  • For construction loans, provides up to a 3% interest rate reduction on loans for up to two (2) years. The rate reduction is available on loans up to $400,000.
  • For restoration loans, provides up to a 3% interest rate reduction on loans for up to seven (7) years. The rate reduction is available on loans up to $50,000.
  • The online application consists of two brief forms – one from the applicant and one from the lender. Contractor estimates for the projects must be attached and total greater than or equal to the full amount of the loan.

More information about ReEnergize Ohio and ECO-Link can be found athttp://www.tos.ohio.gov/Economic_Development. If you have any further questions, please contact the Ohio Treasurer’s Department of Economic Development at 614-466-6546 or 1-800-228-1102.

Job Postings

Tuscarawas County HS & EMA Deputy Director

The Tuscarawas County Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency has an opening for a position of Deputy Director.

A sample of illustrative duties includes:

  1. Assisting the Director in the general administration and planning of local disaster services for the County
  2. Acts as the department head and interfaces with State and Federal agencies related to emergency management in the absence of the EMA Director
  3. Conducts research for the development of programs and plans on behalf of the Agency
  4. Assists in the development of exercises and trainings to test local plans and response capabilities
  5. Manages yearly information supplied by SARA Title III facilities by updating CAMEO
  6. Serves as the on-call staff member every other month

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