Head of Environmental, Health and Safety - North America

Expiring today

Employer
CTI Education Group
Location
Sellersville, Pennsylvania, US
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Apr 28, 2021
Closes
May 06, 2021
Ref
2086247976
Discipline
Finance
Employment Type
Full time
Salary Type
Salary
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Beginning of the main content section. Return to the home page Printable Format Job Description - Head of Environmental, Health and Safety - North America (210000MZ) Job Description Head of Environmental, Health and Safety - North America - ( 210000MZ ) Description
ABOUT US:

Piramal Pharma Solutions is a contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), offering end to end development and manufacturing solutions across the drug life cycle. We serve our clients through a globally integrated network of facilities in North America, Europe and Asia.
This enables us to offer a comprehensive range of services including Drug Discovery Solutions, Process & Pharmaceutical Development services, Clinical Trial Supplies, Commercial supply of APIs and Finished dosage forms. We also offer specialized services like development and manufacture of Highly Potent APIs and Antibody Drug Conjugation.
Our capability as an integrated service provider & experience with various technologies enables us to serve Innovator and Generic companies worldwide.
For more details, please visit www.piramalpharmasolutions.com

BUSINESS: Piramal Pharma Solutions

DEPARTMENT: EHS

LOCATION: Sellersville/Riverview/Lexington

Scope of the role:
Responsible for the entire EHS function for the NA, this role will oversee all relevant activities across the Piramal North America operations. It will provide focus for all locations on all matters relating to EHS through consultation and cooperation at all levels, setting the direction for leadership and continually improving the EHS management system. The role is central to effective interpretation of legal obligations, establishing EHS organisationalarrangements, culture, systems and control standards.

KEY STAKEHOLDERS: INTERNAL
Site Heads, Department Heads, Legal, Supply Chain, Business Development, Finance, Quality.

KEY STAKEHOLDERS: EXTERNAL
Customer EHS Auditors, OSHA, EPA and Local Authority EHS Regulators in USA and related agencies in Canada.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Administratively (firm line) to Regional API and Formulation Heads -NA and functionally (dotted line) to Global EHS Head
Team: EHS Managers at all NA sites

QUALIFICATION:
Relevant Engineering degree (preferably Chemical or Mechanical) or technical based or science degree, with added either of, preferably both CIH & CSP.

EXPERIENCE:
20+ years of total with at least 5-7 years of relevant and demonstrable experience of leading the Environmental, Health and Safety function in a multi-site setting in a chemical or pharmaceutical or FMCG manufacturing environment.

Key Roles/Responsibilities:
•Implementation of Corporate EHS policies, Standards, Guidelines and requirements through harmonized EHS management system across all North America (NA) sites.
•Having systems in place to ensure full EHS legal compliance at all times at all NA sites, through EHS legal audits.
•Building/strengthening a strong EHS culture within NA sites.
•Development, dissemination and driving of the short and long term NA EHS improvement plan with relevant communications and KPI reporting platform.
•Management of the EHS teams at all NA sites including budget management and appraisal, professional standards and competencies.
•Management of the Occupational Health Provisions on site including first aid arrangements and risk based health assessment/surveillance strategy.
•Formulation of EHS requirements and plans, interpretation and compliance with all aspects of the law in the context of the site activities and organisationand ensuring that all applicable statutory requirements and duties are being achieved.
•Profiling and assessing risks related to the site activities and organisationfor existing operations, new activities or processes together with site emergency arrangements.
•Measuring performance by assessing how well the risks are being controlled and investigation the causes of accidents, incidents and near misses.
•Reviewing performance, revisiting plans, and risk assessments to see if they need updating and checking action closure on matters arising from audit and inspection reports.
•Involvement in establishing organisationalarrangements, systems and risk control standards relating to hardware and human performance, by advising line management of matters such as legal and technical standards and training and competency requirements in relation to EHS matters.
•Establish and maintain procedures, including monitoring and other means such as review and auditing, to ensure that a true picture of EHS management is visible to the leadership team.
•Involvement in the maintenance of safe and environmentally acceptable operations by reviewing and approving the suitability of risk assessments related to modifications to new and existing processes, materials and equipment whilst preserving line management responsibility for these issues.
•Provide advice and assistance to other sites within the company on EHS matters.
Competencies:
•Motivation, drive and enthusiasm for the achievement of EHS standards
•Ability to evaluate regulatory and technical standards across a diverse range of activities
•Organisationaland commercial skills to balance compliance and business needs.
•Strong written and oral presentation skills with capability for team leadership among peer groups
•Good observational and investigation skills, ability to apply root cause analysis.
Qualifications
QUALIFICATION:
Relevant Engineering degree (preferably Chemical or Mechanical) or technical based or science degree, with added either of, preferably both CIH & CSP.

EXPERIENCE:
20+ years of total with at least 5-7 years of relevant and demonstrable experience of leading the Environmental, Health and Safety function in a multi-site setting in a chemical or pharmaceutical or FMCG manufacturing environment.

Primary Location : United States-Pennsylvania-Sellersville Work Locations : Sellersville USA-650 Cathill Road Sellersville 18960 Job : EHS Organization : Pharma Solutions Day Job Job Posting : 22-Mar-2021, 11:31:22 AM

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