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Health Safety Environment Engineer

Elkhart County, Indiana, US
Closing date
May 15, 2022

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Consultancy/Private Sector
Conservation science
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Employment Type
Full time
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As the HSE Manager, you will identify hazards, evaluate and mitigate the risks in the field of HSE, and implement required action plans to prevent occupational diseases, reduce the number of working accidents, avoid damage to property, limit environmental impacts, and improve site security by respecting the local regulations, and Group directives.

Your challenge...

In accordance with the country's regulations and Group requirements, and certified Management System, the role of the HSE Manager is to organize and manage all internal and external, financial, material and human resources, in order to:

Technical aspects:

Continuously ensuring that all buildings, processes, equipment, machines, installations, all devices, materials and products of the site present the minimum hazard, through his or her involvement at the projects' inception, the issuance of HSE specifications, reception, and the audit of these means on a continuous basis.

Planning, assigning, budgeting, and monitoring the implementation of all corrective or preventive improvement actions in the technical field following internal / external audits, inspections, and exchange of best practices.

Organizational aspects:

Analyze the regulatory compliance of the site(s) and maintain it / them continuously.

Perform risk assessments for all HSE fields on the site, including emergency mode, non-prescribed / unplanned work such as contractor works, unplanned maintenance, deviation to validated process, and ensure that such deviations are captured in the appropriate database with an updated mitigation plan to cover deviation lead time.

In each area, set up manuals, procedures, instructions, visual standards, and signs.

Ensure and audit by OJT that safety tools, safety standards are adapted, known, understood, applied, and enforced by management.

Communicate internally (operators, managers, employee representatives) and externally (authorities, inspectors, neighbors, other companies, etc.) on HSE issues.

Assess and monitor safety risks from deviations to standard (Deviation Database).

Monitor incidents and accidents on the site using QRQC & PDCA / FTA tools.

Behavioral aspects:

Develop manager Safety Skills using Safety First, Risk Hunting, PFMEA, Safety Talks, and Safety Briefing tools to become certified and autonomous in safety.

Train people to react in emergency and unexpected situations.

Qualifications -

Lets talk about you...

You have a bachelor's degree in HSE or related field

3 - 5 years HSE experience preferred. HSE experience in automotive industry preferred.

ISO 14001 experience required

You are a team player.

You are results-oriented.

You communicate effectively - verbally, in writing, & through other visual means.

You are proactive, dependable, & accountable.

Join us!

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Revolutions that Valeo has anticipated and that are today synonymous with great career opportunities, including abroad! At Valeo, innovation is driven by diversity, authenticity and the energy of its talents. Would you like to live new technological and human adventures? Join Valeo and its 111,600 employees in 33 countries!
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