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Environmental Health & Safety Manager

Bristol, Indiana 46507, EE. UU. Sol. nº 246
martes, 14 de julio de 2020
SUMMARY:

The Environmental, Health, and Safety Manager position is responsible for
developing and maintaining effective environmental, health, and safety
(EH&S) prevention/conservation programs.



JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Oversee the EH&S functionalities at multiple sites

• Develop and coordinate training to educate associates about safe work
practices and hazards

• Conduct and document new associate safety training and orientation

• Perform periodic inspections to identify and correct any unsafe conditions
and work practices, improve workplace operations, and control hazards

• Investigate and reduce accidents and losses in compliance with occupational
safety and health regulations

• Communicate, distribute, and enforce site specific safety procedures and
federal, state, and local safety and health regulations

• Maintain thorough knowledge of federal and state OSHA regulations and safety
codes and environmental quality regulations

• Distribute and/or post new or revised safety standards or regulations that
affect the company

• Create and maintain EH&S programs that are compliant with ISO14001 and
ISO18001

• Conduct and document safety meetings with appropriate staff to cover all
activities regarding safety of associates, company vehicles, property, and
public liability exposures

• Provide safe and healthy working conditions

• Establish and enforce safe practices at all times by all associates;
encourage associates and supervisors to report unsafe conditions; schedule or
coordinate repairs, as needed

• Respond to associate suggestions concerning safety matters

• Communicate loss prevention information and program status to management on a
regular basis and work to accomplish goals

• Develop and maintain a proactive Return to Work Program; coordinate with appropriate
staff and insurance representatives to identify and develop suitable temporary
limited duty assignments for injured associates to perform during the recovery
process

• Conduct environmental audits of facilities and grounds; maintain applicable
records

• Coordinate environmental waste disposal; maintain records of waste manifest

• Manage Medical First Responders team

• Maintain paint usage records in database

• Maintain and manage Department of Transportation (DOT) / CDL driver files,
medical physical cards, and applicable training

• Administer company random drug testing program in compliance with DOT and
Company standards and policies

• Other tasks as assigned



QUALIFICATIONS:

• Bachelor’s degree in related field

• Minimum of three years related experience

• Trained in hazardous material accumulation, recycling, container management,
and spill response; attend refresher course annually

• Ability to understand any and all environmental and safety requirements and
cautions

• Self-motivated with the ability to stay on task

• Innovative team player

• Intermediate computer skills are required

• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite

• Commitment to excellence and high standards

• Sound judgment with the ability to make timely, and sometimes difficult,
decisions

• Proven ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines

• Able to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure
environment

• Versatile, flexible, and a willingness to work within constantly changing
priorities

• Ability to travel 30%

• Strong:

o Communication skills, verbal and written

o Interpersonal skills

o Organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills



Otros detalles

  • Grupo de puestos EHS
  • Función del puesto Indirect
  • Tipo de pago Salario
  • Bristol, Indiana 46507, EE. UU.