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SALARY – $40.81-$52.55 Hourly
LOCATION – Lynnwood, WA
JOB TYPE – Regular Full-Time Benefitted
JOB NUMBER – 2023-00049
DEPARTMENT – HUMAN RESOURCES
OPENING DATE – 09/08/2023
CLOSING DATE – Continuous
The City of Lynnwood is seeking a dedicated, highly motivated, self-starter Safety Officer to join our Human Resources (HR)team! In HR, our most valued asset is our team members.
You will play an integral role in a busy, fast-paced environment with a group that strives to exceed our customers’ expectations. The Safety Officer will work as part of a team of six that supports nearly 300 regular full-time employees across the city and up to 170 more seasonal/part-time staff. We offer fulfilling work with the opportunity to make a significant positive impact on the City, its employees, and residents. You’ll energize our safety-first mentality regarding our employees and work environments.
The ideal candidate will support our HR values of Service, Collaboration, Respect, and Welcoming by:
being self-motivated, adaptable, responsive, friendly,
a great multi-tasker, willing to constantly learn, and be resourceful.
possess follow through on issues to resolution,
customer service focused, valuing equity and respect,
taking initiative, and ownership in all projects assigned,
have broad experience administering and leading safety programs for the public sector or in medium to large companies with local, state, and federal safety reporting requirements,
have experience coordinating or administering functions of ADA Title II
have a passion for public service.
Under general direction, this position serves as the City’s Safety Officer to develop, implement, oversee, and administer comprehensive employee occupational safety, health, testing, and training programs. This position also serves on the Emergency Operations Team, and functions as the City’s ADA Title II Coordinator. This position is required to ensure the city complies with applicable local, state, and federal safety laws, ordinances, codes, and regulations.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: The Safety Officer reports and is responsible to the HR Director. Performance is evaluated through observation of daily activities, program effectiveness, and degree of harmony with citizens, coworkers, and vendors.
SUPERVISION EXERCISED: No formal employee supervision is exercised. However, self-leadership, peer leadership, change leadership, and professional collaboration are expectations of the position.
The job duties and responsibilities represented in this job description in no way imply that these are the only duties to be performed. The employee occupying this position will be required to follow other job-related instructions and perform other job-related duties requested by the supervisor. This job description reflects general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required, and the scope of the position.
Administers all aspects of safety programs within departments and/or across the City, including a Drug-FreeWorkplace, Safe-Driving program, Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Compliance program, Respirator program, FallProtection program, Man Down program, Lockout/Tagout program, Confined Space program, and safety risk management programs (gaseous Chlorine RMP).
Coordinates and leads the City Safety Committee and other safety-related committees or workgroups. This includes coordinating safety drills, and safety training which may require collaboration with various departments, and outside agencies.
Maintains all safety records required by law, including Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), training, and health testing.
Serves as return-to-work coordinator for on-the-job injuries, and light-duty assignments.
Coordinates the City’s ADA Title II obligations, including intake, investigation, response, and resolution tracking. Review plans for safety and ADA compliance. Serves on the City’s emergency/disaster response team and performs duties in the Emergency Operations Center as assigned.
Possesses knowledge of accident investigation techniques; common hazards and accident prevention methods and standard principles and practices of occupational and industrial hygiene; including testing, training, and mitigation programs.
Reads, interprets, and applies technical and reference manuals, standard operating policies and procedures; policy review, and implementation of compliance measures.
Regularly engages with City staff, consultants, contractors, and state and federal officials to analyze and resolve unsafe practices and conditions which includes tracking of safety improvements progress.
Researches, interprets, and applies occupational health and safety ordinances, codes and rules, and federal and state laws.
Gathers and interprets data related to work and safety practices Investigates and evaluates safety conditions and accidents; and makes recommendations for workplace safety to conform with occupational safety standards. Ensures enforcement of safety regulations through line supervisors.
Maintains up-to-date knowledge of safety rules and procedures for a variety of settings, including public works, utilities, wastewater treatment facilities, recreational facilities, pools, and other environments.
Works with other City staff to develop and monitor the budget for the Safety program.
Attends occupational safety and health seminars to update job knowledge and enhance skills.
Maintains confidentiality of work-related issues, client records, and City information. Works with City staff on the investigation of safety incidents.
Performs related work, as assigned.
Requires three years of experience in an occupational safety or health-related field and an Associate’s Degree or higher in environmental or Occupational Health and safety, Safety Management, Toxicology, Industrial Hygiene, Biology, Construction, Engineering, or related field; OR a combination of education, certification, training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class.
A valid Washington State Driver’s License and a driving record acceptable to the City’s insurance carrier.Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
Job Location and Equipment Utilized:
Work is performed in a variety of indoor and outdoor settings. Work may be performed in an outdoor environment in seasonal heat, cold, and all other weather conditions.
Exposure to toxic or potentially hazardous substances, vibrations, airborne particles, dirt, fumes, and traffic may occur.
Equipment utilized includes environmental testing equipment, standard office equipment, and personal computers with associated software and peripherals. Required to wear protective equipment, follow safety procedures, and exercise caution during inspections and monitoring.
May require being on call and/or occasional night, evening, or weekend assignments.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of current State and Federal rules, laws, codes, trends, principles and practices in safety administration, reporting, and management, including workplace violence, on-the-job injury, and return-to-work requirements.
Knowledge of National Incident Management System (NIMS) Emergency Management principles, and ability to obtain ICS Emergency Management certification(s) to serve on the City’s Emergence Operations Team.
Knowledge of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title II.
Knowledge of the principles, concepts, methods, and knowledge of research methods, data collection, sampling techniques, and statistical analysis relevant to the administration of a safety program.
Knowledge and expertise with Microsoft Office products including, Outlook, Word, Excel PowerPoint, and SharePoint mobile office applications.
Knowledge of recordkeeping best practices and ability to produce required safety reports to state and federal agencies.
Provide excellent customer service and develop and maintain positive working relationships with a diverse population.
Prepare training materials, and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Interprets, applies, and explains safety policies, procedures, laws, and regulations.
Ability to work both independently and collaboratively; prioritize work and adapt to changing customer needs.
Research, compile, and objectively analyze data; analyze problems and recommend solutions.
Physical Demands:The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. This position must be able to operate a variety of office equipment and audio-visual equipment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to read, sit, talk, hear, stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle, or operate objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms; reach overhead or above the shoulders. The employee may occasionally climb, balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch, and maneuver over rough, uneven, wet, or slippery surfaces. The employee may occasionally need to lift, push, pull, and carry objects up to 50 pounds, and stand for extended periods of time. This position is covered by the General Salary Ordinance. This position is non-represented, and FLSA overtime eligible.
Website – http://www.lynnwoodwa.gov/Jobs
|Job Title||Safety and Health Professional – Certified|
|Closing Date/Time||Sun. 10/08/23 11:59 PM Pacific Time|
|Salary||$111,491.54 – $141,322.27 Annually|
|Job Type||Career Service, Full Time, 40 hrs/week|
|Location||King Street Center – 201 S Jackson St, Seattle, Washington|
|Department||DHR – Dept. of Human Resources|
The Central Employee Services Division (CESD) within King County’s Department of Human Resources (DHR) seeks creative and dedicated safety and health professionals to work as a Safety and Health Professionals – Certified.
As one team, the CESD supports a thriving King County employment experience and provides integrated compensation, benefits, work/life well-being, safety, and retirement planning services. Ensuring the health and safety of employees is the number one priority.
Our team of safety professionals works with departments, divisions, offices, and leaders to provide a safe environment to all King County residents, whether employees or members of the public doing business with King County. Our team promotes safe workplace practices, ensures safety is effectively addressed in King County contracts, conducts hazard assessments, and partners with County colleagues to develop and implement safety programs.
Applying equity and social justice principles is a daily responsibility and a foundational expectation for all King County employees. This role will apply equity and social justice principles that exemplify shared values, behaviors, and practices in all aspects of the work. As Safety and Health Professionals – Certified, you will:
- Provide consultant/information services for safety and health staff in County departments. Oversee programs and ensure alignment with King County and the human resources strategic plan and goals.
- Develop and implement evolving safety and health risk management strategies for the County.
- Analyze and interpret legislation and codes; identify implications to the County and ensure policies are amended to keep the County in compliance with changing requirements.
- Plan, organize, and implement safety and health programs for multiple departments.
- Consult with, advise, and assist County management in regulatory compliance, workers’ compensation, training, industrial hygiene, auditing, and safety/health best practices.
- Design and implement safety and industrial hygiene inspections, surveys, and audits of facilities and construction projects.
- Conduct industrial hygiene evaluations for chemical exposure, occupational illnesses, indoor air quality, noise exposure, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, ergonomics, and office ventilation systems.
- Guide and assist safety staff in review and analysis of safety and health issues unique to assigned departments; resolve issues and implement solutions.
- Use sophisticated instrumentation including direct-reading, data-logging instruments, air sampling pumps, and calibration devices, sound level meters, octave-band analyzers and noise dosimeters, and radio frequency spectrum analyzers. Select appropriate sampling media, methodologies, and analytical approaches. Interpret results and present findings.
- Provide loss control recommendations based on hazard analysis and/or results of industrial hygiene surveys or studies.
- Design and deliver safety and industrial hygiene training to employees and management.
- Function as expert witness on behalf of King County providing testimony on safety and health/industrial hygiene reports and workers’ compensation claims. Act as liaison and arbitrator in cases involving the Department of Labor and Industries.
- Participate in negotiation of contracts and interlocal agreements; coordinate and monitor the work of outside agencies and vendors.
- Review new construction and remodel drawings and documents to ensure appropriate ventilation systems and workspace design are incorporated into the plans. Meet with architects, project managers, and designers to ensure safety, industrial hygiene, and ergonomic issues are appropriately addressed.
- Monitor construction projects to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and local regulations.
- Develop and recommend project budget allocations, resources, and staffing needs.
- Provide back-up management for pre-employment physical process administration.
- Develop, track, monitor, and evaluate projects.
- Evaluate systems design to comply with federal, state, and local regulations.
- Stay current with best practices and legislation.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
EXPERIENCE, QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS:
- A bachelor’s degree in industrial hygiene, safety, engineering, or related field; AND
- Five years of experience in a safety or occupational health related field; OR
- Any combination of experience/education/training that clearly demonstrates the ability to perform all the key deliverables and expectations of the position.
- Advanced knowledge of federal, state, and local safety and health regulations.
- Advanced technical knowledge and skill in specialty areas such as industrial hygiene, safety, engineering, ergonomics, fire protection, and systems safety.
- Advanced knowledge and skill in the use of specialized instruments used in industrial hygiene evaluations.
- Skills in analyzing emergency conditions and directing appropriate resources.
- Meticulous organizational and project management skills. Must be able to handle multiple competing priorities and produce quality detailed work within tight timeframes with strong delegation and time management skills.
- Experience with database management and creating reports; coordinating, monitoring, and tracking analytical and statistical information.
- Skill in common desktop workflow tools, including but not limited to Microsoft 365.
- Ability to exhibit and support a culture of exceptional customer service.
- Skill in working effectively and cooperatively to independently analyze, problem solve, resolve conflicts, and collaborate with a variety of individuals from diverse backgrounds to find creative solutions.
- Clear and effective oral and written communication, facilitation, and presentation skills, with the ability to communicate with internal and external individuals at all levels.
- Experience conducting technical training and presentations.
- Proficiency in Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and/or other instructional platforms to facilitate onsite and virtual instructor-led trainings.
- Ability to work independently and as a team member.
- Certified Industrial Hygienist and/or Certified Safety Professional or the ability to obtain certification within six months of hire.
- A valid driver’s license or the ability to travel to multiple County facilities and to safety and health emergencies throughout King County.
These positions are exempt from the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and are therefore not overtime-eligible. Employees are paid on a bi-weekly schedule, every other Thursday, comprising a 40-hour workweek, normally 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. These positions are represented by Teamsters Local 117 Professional and Technical and are classified as a Safety and Health Professional – Certified; class code: 2334600.
Who May Apply
This recruitment is open to King County employees and the public and will be used to fill up to two career service positions.
If you are ready to bring your talents to public service, apply online with King County Careers, and include:
Forms and Materials Required
- An online employment application completed at www.kingcounty.gov/jobs. The employment history should go back at least seven years or more to include all relevant experience, and responses to supplemental questions.
- Cover letter no longer than two pages outlining how your skills and experience make you a fit for this position.
Applications will be reviewed as received, and they will be screened for clarity, completeness, and competitiveness. All materials will be evaluated for spelling, grammar, and punctuation usage. The most competitive candidates may be invited to participate in a series of interviews.
For more information, contact:
Elisha Mackey, HR Manager, Elisha.Mackey@kingcounty.gov
The work associated with these positions will be performed in a hybrid capacity with a combination of both onsite work and telework. Employees must reside in Washington State and within a reasonable distance to their King County worksite to respond to workplace reporting requirements. These positions will be required to travel to multiple County facilities and to safety and health emergencies throughout King County
Employees will be provided with a County issued laptop and must maintain a home workspace with an internet connection where they can reliably perform work and remain available and responsive during scheduled work hours.
King County has a robust collection of tools and resources to support remote work. The individual(s) selected for these opportunities will join an innovative and progressive team that is redefining how we work as we transition to the department’s hybrid environment.
The City of Renton’s Risk Management team is recruiting for a risk analyst with an emphasis on safety. We are a dynamic and collaborative team that strives to make a positive impact to the City by supporting our employees to do their best work. In this position you will aid management and staff in a variety of responsibilities to include coordinating safety programs, organizing employee safety training, and conducting regular safety inspections and audits. The successful candidate will have experience in encouraging active participation from employees through the Safety Committee. This position is part of a series; placement at the Analyst or Senior Analyst level depends on the education, experience, and skill set of the incumbent. The closing date is 8/8/2023.
Do you want to join us in helping to fight the world’s most threatening diseases and enabling access to care for more people around the world? At Siemens Healthineers, we pioneer breakthroughs in healthcare. For everyone. Everywhere.
We offer you a flexible and dynamic environment with opportunities to go beyond your comfort zone in order to grow personally and professionally. Sound interesting? Then come and join our global team as a EHS Senior Program Manager.
Our culture: We are part of an incredible community of scientists, clinicians, developers, researchers, professionals, and skilled specialists pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, to improve people’s lives around the world. We embrace a culture of inclusivity in which the power and potential of every individual can be unleashed. We spark ideas that lead to positive impact and continued success.
The EHS Senior Program Manager provides technical support to the Ultrasound business unit. This position requires experience with planning and managing operational risk, operating procedures, and best practices in line with all regulatory requirements and standards. Coordination and interaction with team members, other departments, and external suppliers is required. Reports directly to the Senior Manager Global EHS
This is a role well suited to an ambitious professional, looking for the next step in their career. As an EHS Senior Program Manager you will be responsible for:
- Maintain EHS management system programs and associated documentation in accordance with governmental and company requirements
- Evaluate proposed Federal, State, and local EHS compliance laws and regulations to determine impact to compliance programs and business operations. Revise/develop programs as needed
- Apply continuous improvement philosophy to EHS programs while ensuring compliance, injury prevention, and risk mitigation
- Partner with site leaders to continuously improve the safety culture, awareness, and accountability in support of EHS programs
- Manage site injury/illness program for USA sites and provide support to other global sites
- Manage Cority EHS software tool for USA sites. Develop metrics and provide monthly status reports
- Lead Emergency Response Program
- Engage and participate in other USA site workplace consultation committees, including Safety Committee, First Aid Team, Green Team, and Issaquah Lab Manager Safety committees
- Evaluate proposed Federal, State, and local EHS compliance laws and regulations to determine impact to compliance programs and business operations. Revise/develop programs as needed
- Support environmental compliance programs
- Revise and establish site EHS training as needed
- Travel up to 25%
- BS Degree in Industrial Hygiene, Safety, Environmental Engineering, or equivalent scientific discipline
- 10+ years progressive EHS experience
- 3+ years of experience implementing ISO certifications and standards
Required Background to have for the success of this role
- Strong project management skills
- Proficient in Excel and data analysis, Microsoft Word, and Power Point programs
- Active listening skills with the ability to understand other perspectives, needs, or expectations
- Self-driven and capable of driving results with limited instructions
- Focus on delivering results while striving to continually improve performance
- Plan and execute audits, IH sampling, and ergonomic assessments
If you wish to find out more about the specific before applying, please visit: https://usa.healthcare.siemens.com/about.
The pay range for this position in Issaquah, WA is $130,000 – $150,000 annually; however, base pay offered may vary depending on job-related knowledge, skills, experience, and geographical location. The annual incentive target is 20% of base pay.
This information is provided per the required state Equal Pay Act. Base pay information is based on market location. Applicants should apply via Siemens Healthineers external or internal careers site.
As an equal-opportunity employer we are happy to consider applications from individuals with disabilities.
FOR IMMEDIDATE CONSIDERATION, QUALIFIED CANDIDATES PLEASE REACH OUT TO:
Talent Acquisition Specialist
Location – Seattle, WA
Job Type – Civil Service Exempt, Regular, Full-time
Job Number – IC #51-23
Department – The Seattle Public Library
Opening Date – 06/28/2023
Closing Date – 7/12/2023 5:00 PM Pacific
Invitation to Compete #51-23: Safety Manager, Human Resources – Central Library
Regular, full-time position (80 hours per pay period)
$97,467.84 – $113,461.92 annually
This recruitment is for a benefited position that is exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act (not eligible for overtime). This recruitment is open to the public and to The Seattle Public Library’s employees. Please read the How to Apply section of this bulletin for more information. Candidates are asked to submit their application materials in NEOGOV by 5:00PM on July 12, 2023.
The Seattle Public Library is Seattle’s center of information and knowledge and one of the most popular and valued services in the city. Library staff members are highly regarded by the public for their knowledge, quality of service and caring. Staff members are committed to the Library’s organizational values of respect, partnership, engagement, diversity, transparency and recognition. In particular, they demonstrate respect, engage in partnerships, and are transparent in their communications and intentions. A strategic priority of the Library is to foster an internal culture of innovation which focuses on creativity, engagement, learning and staff development.
The Library also supports the City of Seattle’s Race and Social Justice Initiative to end institutionalized racism by eliminating barriers to access, providing the staff and public with opportunities for growth, and developing equitable access to the programs and services we offer. If you share those values and meet the qualifications, the Library invites you to apply for this position.
The Safety Manager reports to the Director of Human Resources and is tasked providing leadership to the Library’s safety program and with the development and administration of comprehensive policies and programs to ensure the safety of library staff, the public, and Library assets. This position is also the Library’s designated Safety Officer, chairs the Library’s Safety Committee and represents the Library at the Citywide Safety Unit.
This position will have a regular work schedule; the selected candidate may be required to be on-call 24 hours per day for response to emergencies. Work is generally performed in an office environment, but the selected candidate must have the ability to travel throughout the City of Seattle in response to emergency calls as branch locations. The selected candidate will be required to wear protective equipment, follow safety procedures and exercise caution during inspections. Job Responsibilities
The following duties are examples of the work to be performed in this role, but is not intended to be a complete list of the tasks and responsibilities of this position:
- Acts as the Library’s designated Safety Officer. Develops and implements safety, health, and accident prevention methods, policies, procedures and programs. Establishes goals, prepares reports, and evaluates the effectiveness of the accident prevention program; and advises management on safety issues. Assesses needs, makes recommendations, sets standards for and implements policies, procedures, new programs and services and operations.
- Develops and maintains all necessary technical and procedural manuals and standard operating policies and procedures for the Library’s Safety Program. Consults with and advises managers and employees on accident prevention, safety policy and conformance to legal requirements.
- Monitors and ensures compliance with all Library, local, state and federal safety requirements and maintains all training, certification and compliance documents. Makes technical decisions on industrial hygiene and safety policies in accordance with local, state and federal regulation.
- Develops, trains and monitors system-wide safety and industrial hygiene policies and procedures. Coordinates with the Learning and Development Manager to ensure staff have completed all required safety trainings and supports Human Resources work in monitoring industrial insurance claims. Partners with all Library divisions to supply safety content for monthly staff meetings, ensuring that Safety is embedded in Library culture.
- Leads the Library’s Safety Committee in monthly meetings, reviewing accident reports, the accident prevention program and related duties and responsibilities. As part of this work, the Safety Manager will lead Committee reviews of:
- Safety requests, recommendations and violations made by the staff or public
- Safety inspection reports and Injury reports for staff and patrons
- Tracks progress of action items for issues identified as described above.
- Supports the return-to-work modified duty program. Partners with Human Resources on return-to-work issues and meet with employees returning to work after an injury
- Conducts ergonomics assessments
- Responds to indoor air quality concerns and reports of odors.
- Manages hazardous materials and the hazard communication program, including emergent needs and issues.
- Visits Library facilities to conduct safety audits on personnel, equipment, and materials.
- Serve as lead to City and County on health and safety issues related to health concerns and outbreaks of a high nature. Consults with and represents the Library at the Citywide Safety Unit on work safety issues.
- Three years of experience in a safety or health related field and a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health, Industrial Hygiene, Safety, Toxicology, Public Administration, Environmental Health, Education or a related field. A combination of education, training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class will be considered.
- Work experience which demonstrates knowledge of standard principles and practices of industrial hygiene, occupational health and safety management, including:
- Experience with Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and WHMIS implementation.
- Knowledge of Washington State Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), and federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations.
- Excellent written, interpersonal and problem solving communication skills, including the ability to persuade, motivate and mediate, to write effectively (studies, reports, policies and procedures, correspondence, etc.), to make effective use of leadership and group dynamics, and work effectively with diverse groups.
- Work experience using word processing, spreadsheet, e-mail, and database management applications, particularly in Microsoft Office platforms.
- Work experience implementing lockout/tag out, confined space entry, blood borne pathogens, fall protection, for cause testing, and forklift and driver training.
- Work experience with accident investigation program management.
- Work experience developing and providing safety instruction for staff and the public.
- Ability to travel between Library branches and facilities.
- Broad experience in workplace safety and health supporting a variety of jobs and demonstrating success in leading a workplace safety culture.
- Prior work experience in a public sector and/or unionized work environment, is preferred.
- Experience in online Safety Data Sheet management programs.
How to Apply
Candidates who meet the qualifications are asked to submit the following items in NEOGOV by 5:00 p.m. on July 12, 2023 to be considered:
- Online application
- A cover letter that describes how your experience and skills align with the stated job responsibilities and qualifications. Please let us know why you are interested in this position.
- Current resume that summarizes relevant education, professional experience, training and skills.
Applications that do not include a cover letter, resume, and complete online application will not be considered.
Applicants will be screened for competitiveness, completeness, and written communication skills. Initial screening will be based on a review of application materials. The employment history detailed in your application materials MUST validate/support your responses to the supplemental questions. If your responses cannot be validated, you will not proceed to the next steps of the review/selection process. The most competitive candidates will be invited to participate in a series of one or more interviews.
Benefits and Salary Information
The full salary range for this position is $97,467.84 – $113,461.92 annually.
The City of Seattle offers a comprehensive benefits package including vacation, holiday, and sick leave as well as medical, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance for employees and their dependents. More information about employee benefits is available on the City’s website at: https://www.seattle.gov/human-resources/benefits/employees-and covered family-members/most employees-plans
If you have questions regarding this bulletin or employment at The Seattle Public Library, please send an email to email@example.com. The Library promotes diversity and inclusion in employment. If accommodations are needed during the selection process, please contact us.
Please keep in mind that job offers are contingent on a review of criminal history as well as verification of information provided by the applicant as part of the application process.