The EHS Manager will help manage injury prevention programs and ensure compliance with all applicable EH regulations. The incumbent will have responsibility for safety and environmental programs, injury case management, injury prevention and EHS training at all levels of the organization.
Establishes a "zero harm" safety culture that is focused on safety management systems and injury prevention.Manages and implements comprehensive injury prevention and environmental protection programs.Implements and ensures compliance with environmental, health and safety policies and procedures in compliance with local, regional and state regulations.Manages facility environmental programs in the areas of hazardous waste, storm water pollution, wastewater management and air emissionsEnsures all associates, both hourly and management, receive all training necessary to safely perform respective duties and operate within the plant environment.Regularly plans, implements and trains site personnel on various EH policies and programs, including, but not limited to, safety practices, fire prevention, personal protective equipment, regulations and standards, and incident investigation.Identifies and suggests corrective measures to improve the facility's accident experience and suggest/implement means to achieve EH goals.Conducts risk assessments and job hazard analysis.Leads the investigation of injuries to determine root cause and corrective action.Regularly inspects the facility to identify potential EHS hazards. Determines and implements corrective or preventive measures where indicated.Supports the workers' compensation program for the site.Performs other duties as assigned.Leads efforts to continuously improve Health and Safety performance, including improvement programs and corrective actions and the integration of H initiatives into overall business operationsInterfaces with government agencies to maintain regulatory compliance (audits, annual reports, permit applications, etc.)Works with Human Resources and Production to implement H training requirements
Bachelor's degree required; emphasis on EH or related field (science, engineering) preferred.At least 5-7 years of related experience; EH experience supporting a manufacturing/production facility required.Knowledge of lean manufacturing concepts; Certification in Safety (CSP) is preferred.Strong attention to detail and proven track record of results with bias for action.Excellent time management skills and ability to utilize time and resources effectively and efficiently.Sense of urgency, ability to take action quickly in fast-paced environment.Ability to establish expectations, motivate, delegate and get work done through others effectively.Unquestionably high ethical standards and attention to reputational and compliance risks.Excellence- ability to deliver consistent quality results through sense of urgency and taking initiative, while also demonstrating flexibility to meet business needs.People-minded- ability to foster mutual respect and positive relationships with co-workers, demonstrates listening skills and ensures physical safety of self and others.Integrity- honors commitments, acts honestly and with accountability.Openness/Fairness- ensures objectivity and sets a good example for others; being available, tolerate and encouraging creativity.Strong oral and written communication skills, excellent problem solving, interpersonal and analytical skills, and ability to work in a team environmentExperience of building and developing a strong safety culture within an organizationStrategically partners with senior leadership, as well as all levels of the organization, to manage complex business initiatives and effectively meet the needs of businesses.High level of proficiency with PowerPoint, Excel and other related Microsoft products. Filtration Group is on a mission to make the world safer, healthier and more productive. With a passionate workforce, global footprint and world class engineering and manufacturing capabilities, we are driving innovation and developing solutions across a broad spectrum of applications in the fast-growing and rapidly-evolving global filtration industry. We are committed to maintaining an entrepreneurial culture built on a foundation of trust and in which our leaders exhibit a strong bias for action. The Company began in 2009 and has rapidly grown organically and through a thoughtful acquisition strategy to be a global leader in the highly attractive filtration industry. Filtration Group has the broadest portfolio of solutions in the industry and has had a particular focus on building a leading platform of solutions focused on the Life Sciences and Indoor Air Quality end markets which are rapidly growing in the current market environment. Filtration Group operates across a wide variety of attractive end markets and produces mission critical products with high replacement rates. Over 80 percent of the Company's revenue comes from replacement / consumable products, many of which are specified into customer's products or processes. With revenues of $1.4 billion, Filtration Group is consistently recognized as the fastest growing and one of the largest filtration businesses in the world and has a global footprint of 141 facilities in 28 countries. Filtration Group has over 6,000 employees who are united in their Mission to make the world safer, healthier and more productive. Filtration Group is an affiliate of Madison Industries, one of the largest and most successful privately held companies in the world. Madison builds entrepreneurially driven, branded market leaders that are committed to making the world safer, healthier and more productive by creating innovative solutions that deliver outstanding customer value. The team at Madison is committed to building something truly remarkable that long outlasts them while coaching others to reach their highest potential. Madison's footprint spans across Europe, Asia and the Americas operating over 216 facilities in 45 countries, with over 12,000 engaged employees. Having successfully built market leaders in filtration, medical, safety, instruments, heat transfer, and indoor air quality, Madison generates revenue of $5 billion, with an enterprise value worth well over $7 billion.