: Transportation & LogisticsMulberry Talent Partners: Operations Division, has joined with our client, a company located in NW Portland to identify a Manager of Health, Safety, and Environment to join their team.
This is a full-time, direct-hire, onsite role that will require travel about 50% of the time to Oregon, Washington, California, & Idaho but will be headquartered in Portland or Eugene, OR. This role has a large amount of growth potential into a director-level role and an organizational goal to grow the current safety program for nearly 500 employees across four locations. This role will also have a health and safety administrator for additional help.Your Role
- Scope: This role will be responsible for Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) processes at all company facilities.
- Provide leadership and professional knowledge and expertise in the administration and support of all HSE programs.
- Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory agency requirements, including:
- Maintaining facility HSE records
- Managing incident investigations, inspections, and regulatory training
- Assisting in preparing reports required by Company policy and governmental regulations
- Responsible for partnering with site level operations teams to execute company HSE policies and ensure compliance to all applicable local and regional regulations.
- Active member of the company leadership team driving accountability for health, safety and environmental initiatives and performance.
- Build on current culture focused on continuous improvement in HSE performance and personal accountability for safety. Advocate for all employees to promote engagement and active participation in safety programs.
- Work directly with branch and department managers to share best practices throughout the organization and implement appropriate programs to promote a strong safety culture.
- Ensure adequate and appropriate health, safety, environmental, and regulatory training for personnel.
- Develop training and educational programs, secure outside training as necessary, and select/recommend sources for training aids and materials.
- Support and assist company personnel at locations with critical HSE concerns.
- Develop, write, and implement facility HSE and regulatory compliance programs, and internal policies and procedures to ensure compliance with regulations and guidelines.
- Develop and implement audit processes and procedures to measure compliance.
- Monitor work activities and intervene where necessary to ensure employees, assets, and the environment is protected, and the company complies with federal, state, and local regulations.
- Assess risk potential across the organization and ensure hazard control practices (i.e. proper signage, guarding, protection measures, and training) are in place to eliminate or minimize risk to employees and the company.
- Participate in and steward the work of facility Safety Committees.
- Research and collect information and statistical data needed to develop reports which substantiate compliance with regulations in accordance with local, state, and federal requirements.
- Meet and consult with local, state, and federal authorities on regulatory affairs to ensure the company operates in compliance with the HSE and regulatory permits.
- Direct the implementation, maintenance, and improvement of the EHS management systems as appropriate for the location and responsibilities of the position.
- Develop and control the annual budget for HSE activities, and effectively allocate funds and manpower accordingly.
- Respond to emergency incidents; conduct hazard assessment and develop incident management plan to mitigate the emergency and implement post-incident action plan.
- Establish target areas and long-range accident prevention and cost control objectives.
- Manage waste and hazardous materials and ensure regulatory compliant disposal where necessary.
- Keep apprised of developments in federal and state safety laws likely to affect the company and maintain required credentials and certifications.
- Writing and maintaining reports for the Coast Guard & Fire Marshall
- Minimum 10 years of health, safety and environmental experience, or 4-year college education, or combination thereof.
- 5+ years in safety management, previous management experience also encouraged.
- Preferred industries are oil and energy.
- Certification and expertise in OSHA 29 CFR 1910 General Industry Standards and 1926 Construction Standard.
- Knowledge of operational and maintenance processes and procedures falling under OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and 1926.
- Certification or relevant experience developing, delivering and measuring training.
- Certification or relevant experience handling storm water, wastewater, and waste management, including hazardous waste required
- Certification or relevant experience handling emergency management and incident analysis.
- Strong computer skills including MS Office and SharePoint.
- Ability to travel overnight.
$110,000 per year & 15% bonus potential. ?Background check and drug screen (including or excluding THC) are required upon offer of employment. COVID vax not required.