- June 9, 2020
- Posted by: Melissa Soriano
The EHS&S Manager will promote an active and constantly improving culture of EHS&S of awareness, employee involvement, leadership, and accountability while ensuring regulatory compliance.
- Develop and improve plant-specific (operations, maintenance, and laboratory) work practices, PPE selection, and procedures.
- Facilitate employee plant safety committees (both plants).
- Ensure employee participation and engagement.
- Emergency planning.
- Maintain effective emergency action plans for both sites.
- Establish and maintain relationships with local ERS and outside services to assure effective emergency planning and responses (coordinated with internal responders).
- Provide training and routine meetings for internal responders to ensure effective responses.
- Prepare, schedule, and conduct emergency drills and exercises.
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, environmental science, safety, or related discipline, from an accredited academic institution is preferred. CSP and/or CIH certification is preferred.
- 5 years or more of demonstrated work experience in an EHS management position (with emergency response and planning responsibilities) is required. Security experience is preferred.
- Must demonstrate an advanced working knowledge of OSHA regulations. DOT and environmental regulatory knowledge/experience is preferred.
- Ensuring compliance with federal, state and local environmental, health, and safety regulations.
- Analyzing, summarizing, and reporting relevant EHS&S data to all organizational levels (to include leading indicators).
- Management of the contractor safety program.
- Routine daily field presence and routine interaction with floor level employees.
- Involvement and support with planning critical activities (and monitoring execution of critical activities).
- Ensuring that employee safety concerns are captured and that response to concerns is adequate.
- Recording, assigning, and following-to-resolution all safety actions from employee concerns and suggestions, and actions that are identified by incident investigations.
- Setting expectations, enforcing, and facilitating incident and near-miss incident reporting.
- Conducting inspections, training, and verifying compliance.
- Leading or supporting new project safety reviews or reviews of equipment changes/alterations.
- Leading or supporting new raw material safety reviews.
- Managing and optimizing care for possible injury cases and/or safe employee return-to-work.
- Ensuring plant security. Leading or conducting security investigations. Ownership of plant security systems (including surveillance systems).
- Development and improvement of EHS&S auditing programs. Lead or coordinate audits.
- Serving as company representative for outside agency inspections or audits (government, insurance, etc.) and for internal legal counsel.
- Organizing and leading plantwide safety and communications meetings.
- Developing plant and departmental goals and objectives.
- Developing and mentoring plant leaders (particularly regarding EHS&S responsibilities).
- Lead investigation teams for significant incidents. Determine root cause and corrective actions. Manage the roll out of corrective actions across affected terminals.