POSITION SUMMARY:Reporting to off-site Manager of Environmental and Safety, the EHS Coordinator will be the local champion for all safety and environmental initiatives, including but not limited to: ensuring compliance with all local, state and federal regulations and standards, promoting a proactive safety and environmental culture and locally administering a continuous improvement-based environmental and safety management system.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Act as local expert in environmental and safety issues Maintain records associated with environmental and safety regulations and standards and company management system Participate in investigations of safety and environmental related incidents Advise local management in regards to environmental and safety regulations, standards and best practices Collaborate with outside agencies as necessary Compile and analyze data to provide reports to local and company management Ensure proper removal and storage of chemicals and hazardous materials from all Tube-Alloy locations including required manifests and documentations and provide recommendations for minimizing waste Participate in the review and update of policies, procedures, and programs Collect samples and conduct inspections to ensure compliance with environmental permits Facilitate and arrange safety and environmental related training for managers, supervisors, employees and contractors Evaluate the effectiveness of EHS policies and practices Ensure requisitions are entered for supplies and review and approve invoices for services provided Responsible for new hire orientation, safety training, and contractor management LOTO program Ensure Tube-Alloy First Aid Stations are properly maintained Maintain safety KPIs and lead incident investigations Ensure proper PPE is being used Ensure SDS logs are uploaded, and Risk Assessments are completed in Quarks Support compliance and management system audits Other assign requirements as needed
EXPERIENCE, SKILLS, AND KNOWLEDGE: Extensive knowledge of environmental and safety regulations, standards and best practices Effective communication skills; ability to interact with personnel at all levels of the organization with confidence, respect and integrity Ability to analyze information, solve problems, work in a team environment as well as on your own, prioritize tasks & projects, mange time effectively and function effectively in stressful situations Experience with 5S, continuous improvement processes and/or ISO management systems strongly preferred 3+ years in LOTO programs 3+ years with RCRA, SWPPP, SPCC Strong computer skills Bilingual a plus
EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND CERTIFICATIONS: Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental and/or Health/Safety or related field Experience with ISO 14001, 45001 and OHSAS 18001, Integrated Management Systems, and associated documentation and audits 4+ years of EHS experience OSHA 30
CRITICAL COMPETENCIES & CAPABILITIES: Sound Judgment Change Management Service Orientation Organizational Awareness Teamwork and Collaboration