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As of 9-22-17    Positions open in:  California, Iowa, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas        New positions acquired daily!

California (Stockton/Modesto area)    EHS Manager

JOB SUMMARY
Health, Safety & Environmental Manager: Under general supervision of Plant Manager, this position is responsible for Planning, Coordinating and Promoting Compliance with plant environmental and safety requirements, workers’ compensation and occupational health programs for the facility. The position provides support and direction to the facility operations leadership in accordance with Federal, State and Local and Company Policies in the areas of environmental, safety, occupational health, worker’s compensation, employee training and development.
This position receives support and direction regarding Health, Safety & Environmental compliance activities from the North America HSE Department.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
(All other duties as assigned)

Health, Safety and Workers Compensation responsibilities:

• Advise site management regarding the establishment of Health, Safety & Environmental objectives,
plan activities to achieve those objectives, and integrate HSE into the site culture.
• Maintain accurate and complete records that meet regulatory requirements.
• Evaluate the effectiveness of existing HSE programs and practices through reviews and data interpretation.
• Plan and promote all phases of the plant safety program.
• Anticipate, identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices through work site knowledge, employee interactions and work site inspection.
• Develop hazard control designs, methods, procedures and programs.
• Implement, administer and advise others on hazard controls and hazard control programs.
• Measure, audit and evaluate the effectiveness of hazard controls and hazard control programs.
• Provide recommendations for correcting safety hazards and unsafe work practices.
• Provide follow-up to ensure implementation of corrective recommendations.
• Conduct mandated employee health and safety training programs as required by the Health & Safety
Training Matrix, such as Hazard Communication, Lock Out/Tag Out and Personal Protective
Equipment.
• Coordinate the plant accident and investigation program, including the maintenance of required OSHA reports.
• Participate in state and federal OSHA inspections.
• Serve as the leader of plant safety committees and teams.
• Assist in the sites efforts to minimize ergonomic stress.
• Assist in the establishment, training and facilitation of first responder teams.
• Execute strategies to engage the plant leadership team and the plant workforce in maximizing the environmental and safety performance.
• Coach and mentor plant leadership/supervisors in identifying hazards and the proper interaction with employees to discuss safety behavior (Tell Me process).
• Assist Regional HSE staff in the quantification, evaluation and control of employee exposure to potential occupational health hazards such as: chemicals & materials, noise levels, radiological sources and other environmental and human factors existing in the workplace.
• Conduct on-site activities to control exposures to occupational health hazards.
• Assist in the completion of occupational health-monitoring activities to meet regulatory requirements for subjects such as asbestos, silica, hearing and lead.
• Assist in the laser safety compliance activities required by OSHA and State regulations.
• Act as the site contact for Worker’s Compensation issues: Interfaces with workers compensation legal counsel, third party administrator, appropriate medical professionals, corporate risk management, divisional health and safety management, and regional HR management for successful case management of all workers compensation claims and programs.
• Assist local Human Resources personnel in coordination of new hires/orientation.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s Degree required
3+ years’ experience in managing and performing Health, Safety & Environmental activities at a manufacturing facility. (will consider non-degree if sufficient work experience in manufacturing warrants)
CSP, CIH or CHMM or equivalent certification preferred, but not required.                         Must have experience with Cal-OSHA

Georgia                      Safety Supervisor

Assist in the administration of the plant environmental, health, and safety policies to help ensure compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations and to meet or exceed established goals.

Essential Functions:

1.  Update Plant Safety practices documents as directed to create a safer working environment.

2. File Worker’s Compensation claims as needed and maintain document files.

3. Accompany employees on initial physician visits  or drug screens as needed.  On occasion, attend follow-up visits as well.

4. Assist in safety and technical training as needed and directed.

5. Work with EH&S Manager on various projects and initiatives.

6. Environmental data entry, monitor reports, and maintain on-site files for inspectors.

7. Assist in conducting ongoing safety inspections and audits of facilities, operations, and equipment to insure a safe working environment for all AWC employees.

8. Maintain updated OSHA and EPA required written programs and recommend/conduct training as necessary under direction of EH&S Manager.

9. Assists in Industrial Hygiene monitoring for noise and chemical exposure and maintain files

10.   Administers and maintains MSDS Programs. 

11.  Actively participate on assigned teams and/or projects

Education, Experience, and Skills:

·     BS degree in Occupational Safety & Health, Safety Engineering or related discipline; extensive work experience may be considered in lieu of education.

·     1 to 4 years experience; manufacturing experience preferred.

·     Excellent personal computer skills in a network environment; Microsoft products experience preferred - Outlook-Word-Excel-PowerPoint.

·     Work independently to meet deadlines and reporting goals.

·     Track record of successful project management is a plus.

·     Must have experience in working in a team environment to meet/exceed goals.

·     Strong planning/organization & time management skills.

·     Demonstrated problem solving skills.

·     Experience with implementation and administration of reporting software is a plus.

National firm in the building products industry.  Excellent opportunity for growth and advancement.  Prefer someone culturally oriented to the South.  Strong bonus potential with good compensation and benefits package.

 
 

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