Performance Team

  • Transportation Safety Manager

    Job Locations US-CA-Santa Fe Springs
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  • Overview

    About the company: As a company, we promote a culture of honesty and integrity, and value the trust it allows us to build with customers and employees alike.  If you are seeking to be a part of a family, this is the place for you!


    Performance Team (PT) is an industry-leading third-party logistics (3PL) company with over 30 years of experience in Warehousing, Distribution, Consolidation and Transportation. PT has 12 domestic hubs strategically located near major ports, interstate highways and intermodal rail lines allowing us to provide the retail and manufacturing industries with flexible B2B and B2C solutions for the movement, handling and distribution of goods. We believe that it is our talented team of professionals who help us stand at the forefront of the logistics industry today. Our focus on our people is what sets us apart and keeps our customers coming back to work with us! At a time when many companies are cutting back and losing their valuable resources, Performance Team is growing full force! Join the team that is outperforming the rest, and make a difference.


    Summary:  Responsible for the direct influence of Transportation Safety Partners, Transportation Safety Administrators, frontline employees, peers and leadership to support safe operational objectives.


    • Monitor Driver Safety Performance (using XRS, Samba and Vigillo and other monitoring systems).
    • Guide weekly objectives of Regional Safety Partners.
    • Create, deliver and track training programs.
    • Provide training to drivers in an effort to improve safety performance in all aspects of driver related areas.
    • Identify unique opportunities to engage drivers to improve their employment experience and safety performance.
    • Act as mentor to collision, injury, near miss and non-conformance investigations.
    • Review driver applications.
    • Review compliance documents such as Pull Notices and Annual Review of Violations.
    • Administer the Drug and Alcohol program.
    • Monitor and maintain accident register.
    • Provide reporting to Transportation leadership on specific KPI’s.
    • Operational Subject Matter Expert on transportation safety related issues.
    • Aide in the development of safety knowledge policies and work with operational personnel to implement best practices.

    Supervisory Responsibilities:                                                

    Direct supervision of Transportation Safety Admins. Indirect supervision of Regional Transportation Safety Partners driver fleet.


    • At least five (5) years of, either by a combination of work experiences or related training, direct experience delivering on the following expectations: ability to effectively research training materials; conduct root cause analysis; build meaningful action plans; and engage professional drivers, peers and leaders in a professional, effective manner.
    • Possesses an advanced level of knowledge of Federal and State DOT regulations, the FMCSR, HazMat, PHMSA, CARB, Driver Qualifications/ Disqualifications, HOS, event record devices, commercial truck inspections and their mechanical systems, electronic logging devices, Out-Of-Service (OOS) criteria, CVSA; PPE.
    • Must be able to effectively deliver training is one on one to large group settings.
    • Preference is given to NATMI certifications such as CDS and SDS.

    EEO Statement

    Performance Team is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


    Performance Team will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with all legal requirements.




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