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Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator

Garratt Callahan Company
Burlingame, California, US
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Jan 20, 2022

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Conservation science
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EHS Coordinator, Burlingame California Corporate Office.

A full-time position is available in our Burlingame, California headquarters for an EHS Coordinator in our Corporate Environmental Health and Safety Department.

Garratt-Callahan, (, is a National Industrial Water Treatment Chemical Company operating since 1904. Our headquarters is located in Burlingame, California near the San Francisco Airport. We have 5 chemical manufacturing plants in the continental United States. And we have a sales force in the 48 contiguous states, Alaska and the Caribbean.

At our headquarters we have beautiful offices, skylights, an atrium, secure parking, competitive wages, normal work hours, and full benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and 401k. We are a privately owned, profitable company with a family atmosphere and with friendly people.

If you have an EHS related degree, we will train you.

Some of the Duties and Responsibilities of the EHS Coordinator:

Under the direction of the Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager, this position is responsible for supporting the development, implementation, maintenance and administration of environmental, safety and health programs for the Garratt-Callahan Company.

Advise employees and management on minimizing and eliminating workplace risks.

Establish, prepare, implement, revise, and maintain policies and procedures to meet current and known future environmental, safety and health requirements.

Create, implement, and continually update safety training. Develop and maintain resource information. Provide regular safety training to employees in partnership with team leaders and managers on all shifts. Update all safety manuals, orientation programs, and safety guidelines. Assist or conduct new employee safety orientations.

Prepare and distribute safety communications. Conduct job safety analyses and risk assessments to develop safe work procedures.

Compile data to assess existing processes and practices; determine severity and frequency of problems; identify needs and solutions. Design and implement special programs to correct adverse safety performance trends.

Identify safety awareness aspects and establish programs as necessary to train employees.

Health and Safety requirements. Assist in the continual environmental audit schedule to maintain company property in a safe and healthy, environmentally compliant condition. Interpret state and federal regulations and standards, follow company policies and safety procedures.

Plans, directs, and implements organization of chemical regulatory compliance programs to ensure compliance standards by performing the following duties personally. Gather data, review permits, and interpret data. Other duties may also be assigned.

Creates, revises and maintains all Garratt-Callahan product and reagent labels and Safety Data Sheets.

Creates, revises and maintains all product registrations and/or certifications with agencies such as the EPA, NSF, FDA, USDA, and other relevant agencies.

Prepare and submit product registration documentation for technical and formulated products assuring that submitted information conforms to relevant regulatory guidelines.

Ensure legal documentation requirements are met and related activities are coordinated.

Research sources of Regulatory information.

Conduct audits for chemical compliance and initiate corrective action programs to ensure performance to regulatory compliance programs.

Salary is $70,000 to $85,000, depending upon qualifications. Benefits available include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and 401k.

Some travel required.

A successful candidate will have:

A Bachelor's degree in the field is required. Work or Intern experience in the Environmental and Industrial Chemical safety industry is helpful. You must have strong verbal and written skills, and strong computer skills.

Regulatory experience is a plus. 40 hour HAZWOPER certification is a plus. First aid / CPR certification a plus. DOT HM training completion a plus.

If hired, G-C will require that you provide evidence of your legal right to work in the United States. G-C will not sponsor applicants for work visas at any time during recruitment or employment.

As a condition of employment by Garratt Callahan you will be required to submit proof of full vaccination status pursuant to Garratt Callahan's Mandatory Vaccination Policy unless you qualify for a medical or religious exemption. Proof of vaccination or exemption status will be requested post-offer and pre-employment as a condition of being hired. Garratt Callahan complies with all equal employment opportunity requirements, including reasonable accommodation requirements.

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Garratt-Callahan is an EEO/AAE employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

If you have a disability, and need assistance during the application and selection process as a result, please contact the Garratt-Callahan Human Resources department at 650.697.5811. Arrangements can be made to provide an accommodation in order to assist you in applying for an open position using our on-line system, completing any other related paperwork, interviewing, or any other portion of the employment process. This is only for disability assistance.

When requesting an accommodation, please provide your name, phone, email address, or any other means of contacting you. Provide a brief description of the nature of the requested accommodation. A member of the Human Resources team will then contact you to discuss your request. A request for an accommodation will not affect your opportunities for employment with Garratt-Callahan.

Garratt-Callahan values differing experiences, backgrounds and perspectives among our employees, and see them as a competitive advantage. Garratt-Callahan is committed to the fair and equal treatment of all associates and applicants.

Garratt-Callahan is an equal opportunity employer that evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.

The "Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law" poster is available at:
Garratt-Callahan Company's reaffirmation of Equal Employment/Affirmative Action Statement

Thank you for considering the Garratt-Callahan Company.

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