The Environmental Health & Safety Engineer at Cook Inc. recommends, maintains, plans, and monitors compliance and training with OSHA, NFPA, IDEM, EPA and industry best practices.
• Maintain accurate and timely reports and records
• Create, implement evaluate all phases of safety procedures and policies
• Train, support, guide and evaluate personnel on all assigned safety and emergency procedures, while providing leadership to the First Aid Team, while conducting monthly meetings
• Assist as needed with investigation of work related injuries and concerns
• Maintain and update all Departmental EHS Regulations and Guidelines
• Establish, maintain and monitor Plant Evacuation Maps and Emergency Procedures
• Conduct New Hire Safety Orientation, ensure all employees are sufficiently trained in Hazard Communications including use and comprehension of SDS and GHS labels
• Ensure proper hazardous waste control and disposal activities per DOT and IDEM
• Develop, conduct and evaluate Job Safety Analysis and ergonomic assessments
• Keep current on Environmental Health and Safety issues and concerns
• Establish, conduct and evaluate annual fire drills as required
• Establish, maintain, and train lock-out tag-out procedures
• Maintain SDS data base, and Chemical Inventory
• Train and maintain records for Bloodborne Pathogen and Hepatitis immunizations
• Maintain documentation of all EHS programs, results and reports
• Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in related field
• OSHA 30-hour General Industry training
• Experience training in safety programs
• Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access
• Experience in improving environmental health and safety processes
• Knowledge of OSHA/EPA/ISO standards
"We are proud to be an equal employment opportunity employer for minorities, women, protected veterans, disabled individuals, and any other protected class."
Cook will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with applicable federal, state/province and local law.