• Loss Prevention, Safety & Quality Manager

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  • Overview

    This position is responsible for managing all aspects of loss prevention and safety for an assigned distribution center (DC) to reduce team member accidents and financial losses within the facility.


    1. Manage, create and ensure compliance with all loss prevention and safety related Tractor Supply Company (TSC) policies or procedures to prevent financial losses.
    2. Perform audits or inspections to identify inventory accuracy, shrink or safety vulnerabilities and establish building level improvement plans to address the vulnerabilities.
    3. Conduct training on all loss prevention and safety related topics to provide the facility with an educated and aware team member base to support inventory shrinkage and worker’s compensation expense reduction.
    4. Handle accident investigations to determine root causes and develop/implement proper preventative measures.
    5. Conduct professional loss prevention investigations and interviews to resolve internal theft incidents within the facility.
    6. Direct facility safety committee activities with the intent of continuing to provide a safe working environment.
    7. Serve as point of contact for Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or any regulatory agency or compliance inspector, as well as follow-up of any citations that are issued.
    8. Create and implement safety and loss prevention initiatives that target compliance, injury drivers, shrink drivers and/or incident drivers utilizing an analytical approach through review of injury data, incident investigations, compliance reviews and audits.
    9. Ensure all physical security measures and equipment are in place and properly maintained and is a point of contact for seal integrity and unauthorized visitors on the premises.
    10. Develop annual building safety and loss prevention plan/goals and ensure all levels of management and team members are meeting expectations to achieve desired results.


    Experience: 4-6 years of experience in a warehouse environment including loss prevention, safety, or internal audit, as well as 2 years of relevant loss prevention and/or safety experience


    Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or related field is preferred.

    Any suitable combination of education and experience will be considered.


    Professional Certifications: OSHA and/or Loss Prevention certifications are preferred.



    Other knowledge, skills or abilities:

    • Proficiency using Microsoft Office.
    • Strong communication, problem-solving, public speaking, time management, and interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to work with little supervision.
    • Ability to prioritize tasks.
    • Detail-oriented approach to work.
    • Ability to be on-call to handle emergencies including alarm issues, internal theft cases, disaster response, etc.


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