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The candidate will work create an environmental responsible workplace, which complies with EPA, OSHA regulations, corporate, and company policies.
In this role you must apply advanced mathematics, professional engineering methods, techniques and principles; as well as safety-related elements of the physical sciences, ergonomics, psychology and physiology; and safety principles, standards, practices and analytical techniques to implement programs which monitor, track and continue to improve environmental, health and safety.
Job summary points:
- Strategic planning, directing, and promoting environmental, health and safety programs to provide a safe and environmentally friendly workplace, comply with EPA and OSHA regulations, and protect the company against losses.
- Develop, update and implement the written environmental, health and safety procedures. Also develop policies and procedures for new processes.
- Identification, analysis and control of occupational hazards requiring the application of professional engineering knowledge, skill and abilities.
- Apply knowledge of psychological and physiological factors to assist in the design of safety features and controls, compensating for the possibility of human errors in the operation of machinery and equipment.
- As the Emergency Coordinator, prepare for major problems such as natural disasters, fires, and chemical spills.
- Provide environmental, health and safety technical support and training to all departments.
- Assist HR with overseeing Workers Compensation cases to minimize compensation expenses, and to ensure compliance with State Workers Compensation Laws.
- Be the Chairperson of the Environmental, Health and Safety meetings and follow-up on action items.
- Coordinate projects and act as a liaison with government agencies and corporate environmental, health and safety associates.
- Maintain frequent interaction with management, employees, corporate EHS staff, and representatives of Federal and State agencies.
- Analyze accident data and recommend proactive solutions to reduce the frequency and severity of accidents.
- Monitor environmental conditions through routine inspections or surveys.
- Confer with management to review achievements and discuss required changes in goals or objectives resulting from current status and conditions
- Managing information flow between department managers and supervisors.
- Maintain employee safety and morale by creating safe working and efficient working environment.