Environmental Health and Safety Manager - Manufacturing - Dallas, TX/ Boston, MA

Irving, Texas, US
Jul 10, 2021
Aug 07, 2021
Employment Type
Full time
Salary Type
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Aramark Business & Industry Facility Services is part of Aramark's $2 Billion Global Facilities Business representing a client portfolio of 16,000 facilities and two billion square feet. Everyday we provide workplace, facility, and business support service solutions to a client base encompassing a wide range of environments including but not limited to automotive, life sciences, technology, industrial, manufacturing, and corporate campuses. We are uniquely positioned to integrate a variety of diverse business support functions into a single solution set we often self perform. Our B&I FS solution sets are process based, metric driven and integrates technology to manage and report outcome based performance.

We are searching for an Industrial Environmental Health and Safety Manager for our automotive client located in Arlington, TX. The successful candidate must be able to build solid internal relationships with local Operations Team in efforts to gain support for safety programs. Candidate must also be able to present previous relevant work experience.

The EHS Manager trains Aramark Directors, Managers and Supervisors to investigate safety incidents and events, perform root cause analyses, and devises permanent corrective action plans for Safety Incident Reports. The EHSS oversees the preparation of these reports and monitors implementation of corrective action plans.

The EHS compiles safety budgets and tracks expenditures and variances, and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to continuously improve Safety, Quality, Cost, Responsiveness, People and Environment (SQCRPE).

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Create and/or modify safety policies and programs
  • Develop goals/strategies and measurements for station
  • Analyze results and benchmark data
  • Minimize liability exposures
  • Develop necessary training programs for safety leaders and service workers
  • Initial point of contact for any safety incident
  • Participate in all Board of Inquiries for safety incidents
  • Prepare and distribute results/findings to internal and external customers
  • Conduct audits and inspections
  • Draft and distribute monthly safety bulletin
  • Determine trends and create corrective action programs
  • Become visible and actively involved in customer safety programs

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of relevant experience as Safety Manager or assistant in large facilities, maintenance, construction or manufacturing organization
  • Background must include experience working in the automotive industry, Safety Program responsibility with proven results, and a thorough knowledge of OSHA, applicable safety standards, and workers compensation issues
  • Strong organization, leadership, time management and team motivation skills are essential for success in this role
  • Must be comfortable with frequent computer usage and a good working knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications is required
  • Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Health, Human Resources, Industrial Engineering, Business or related curriculum or equivalent experience. Certification by recognized professional bodies preferred (Board of Safety Professionals)