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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

New Job: Environmental, Health and Safety Manager

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Environmental, Health and Safety Manager

Lead Environmental, Health and Safety for the entire facility.  Tour all plants and proactively identify opportunities to enhance EHS efforts and results. Successfully collaborate with all site personnel, contractors, regulators, and corporate staff and provide full spectrum support in the EHS effort.   

Responsibilities include:

  • Direction of site leadership in best EHS practices and related process improvement;
  • Implementation and maintenance of EHS policy and procedures;
  • Sustain and continuously improve the site’s EHS Management System; ensure conformance to the American Chemistry Council’s Responsible Care® program;
  • Maintain injury/illness records and reports; analyze data for trend identification for exposure elimination, risk reduction and injury prevention;
  • Develop and conduct training programs for entire workforce;
  • Conduct Industrial Hygiene surveys;
  • Conduct EHS audits, recommending and assisting in the correction of hazards identified;
  • Participate and administer the Joint Health & Safety Committee;
  • Administer the medical management program for injured employees; direct worker’s compensation program ensuring effective return-to-work and light-duty programs;
  • Ensure compliance with applicable federal & state EHS regulations;
  • Report required information on a timely, accurate & complete basis to regulatory agencies and to the corporate office;
  • Uphold and promote the Core Principles of the Company: inspire trust, create value, focus on results, teamwork, leadership, continuous learning, and communication
  • Lead Trend Analysis and proposed programs/focus/tool box information to mitigate based on specific opportunities for improvement;
  • Further define minimum incident investigation requirements and participation; and
  • Safety, Health and Environmental Culture improvement through developing site priorities, progress and communications.

If you are interested in learning more, or to apply for this job, submit your resume here.

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