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Environment, Health and Safety Manager

Employer
Indiana Automotive Fasteners, Inc.
Location
Greenfield, Indiana, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
May 31, 2022

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Sector
Consultancy/Private Sector
Field
Conservation science
Discipline
Other
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Fellowship
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IAF manufactures fasteners for the automotive industry. Because of that, our team has to work hard to have an environment of mutual respect, understanding, and fulfillment of our responsibilities, because we are also an environment that can be hot, dirty, and hard work. We want to be a place that our team can envision opportunity and personal growth to reach their own potential.

We are searching for an experienced leader to join our IAF team as a Safety Department Manager ("Environmental, Health and Safety Manager"). This is new created position that will be tasked with leading safety team and initiatives, as well as advising the company leadership to continually improve the work environment and policies to protect the team and minimize risk.

What we provide.

We have had no greater a desire than to be a company where fellow team members believe in each other, and where they love to work. Our success comes from the happiness team members.

Because of this, we provide:
  • An on-site Health Clinic
  • An on-site Cafeteria
  • Comprehensive medical, dental, prescription and vision coverage
  • Company paid short term disability and life insurance
  • 401(k) with employer match


We also provide other benefit plans and packages that you may elect to take advantage of as a member of our work family.

What we'll do together.

This position reports directly to the Vice President of Operations, Quality and Safety. The role leads the safety team in carrying out all company safety policies and procedures. Provides technical knowledge and expertise in the operation and support of the institutional health and safety programs to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and national guidelines.

Work will include:
  • Regular predictable attendance with the ability to a flexible schedule when needed
  • Create, design and implement company-wide safety strategy to reduce safety incidents and attain company safety related goals.
  • Develop, implement and coordinate safety programs.
  • Analyze accident, near miss, and safety concerns data to recommend proactive solutions to reduce the frequency and severity of accidents.
  • Provide technical assistance companywide to all departments on safety.
  • Conduct periodic surveys and inspections of facilities and equipment to comply with code requirements, identify safety hazards, prevent accidents, and conserve company property.
  • Develop and deliver safety-training company with to all Team Members.
  • Consult with managers on the existence, utilization and/or operation of personal safety equipment and procedures, noise abatement equipment and procedures, material and safety data sheets, hazardous chemical correction and safety and health programs.
  • Determines the magnitude of exposure or nuisance to workers and the public; selects and devises methods and instruments suitable for measurements; studies and tests materials associated with the work operation.
  • Interprets occupational safety and health laws, rules and regulations; determines compliance with safety and health laws; holds conferences with management to discuss identified violations and/or deficiencies and recommends corrections.
  • Reviews company safety and health programs required by OSHA.
  • Help other departments as necessary.
  • Creates departmental goals to support company goals
  • Leads by example by embodying the Aoyama way of Wisdom, Creativity and Respect for Humanity.
  • And of course, other duties as assigned.


What you'll need.
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited university; 7 - 10 years' related experience. The combination of education and experience will be considered.
  • Experience in the areas of safety, environmental compliance, training and a familiarity with environmental control.
  • OSHA 30-hour general industry certification, preferred.
  • Knowledge of OSHA standards.
  • Good knowledge of environmental standards.
  • Must have great communication skills both verbally and written.
  • Must be proficient in Word, Excel and data presentation.


Apply online at www.iafi.com/careers/.

If this role is not an exact fit for you, please join our Talent Community on our Careers page.

More about IAF.

Our global company, started in 1950, has built its growth upon the advancement of both knowledge and technology. As our customers have grown globally, so have we. Indiana Automotive Fasteners represents the same quality, customer, and business focus that ASJ provided as our foundation and history.

IAF is a team environment. Team Members must work as together and deal with many issues without blaming each other for the problems. We all must be proactive in our problem solving, and partner with our leaders. We expect that our team will work out disagreements, accept constructive criticism and not complain to other or about each other. We work together for our success and continuous improvement.

Indiana Automotive Fasteners, Inc. is proud to be an equal opportunity employer which seeks out differences in individuals, experience and thought.

Should you require accommodation(s) to be successful in the responsibilities for this position, please let us know and we be happy to discuss this with you.
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