Industry leader in manufacturing seeking EHS professional to help create a culture that identifies, eliminates, and control hazardous conditions that may lead to injury and/or property damage while using safety standards, management practices, analytical techniques and behavior based safety programs.Duties and Responsibilities:
- Act as the Site Emergency Coordinator (training, evacuation planning, emergency response).
- Environmental reporting and compliance.
- "Champion" the Safety Committee and act as a resource to sub committees.
- Oversee the facilities chemical management plan along with overseeing Safety Data Sheet (SDS) system.
- Assist in the day to day activities and communications regarding Safety.
- Assist Corporate EHS and site management in developing health and safety programs and procedures.
- Coordinate training program for both safety and non-safety related trainings.
- Conduct contractor training and audits.
- Ensure OSHA, EPA and IDNR compliance.
- Maintain all site required documentation related to safety issues (i.e. accident reports, inspection reports, training logs, etc.).
- Maintain systems to track key EHS performance indicators and generate "Status Reports" on an ongoing basis.
- Coordinate &/or conduct audits: EHS, Industrial Hygiene, Loss Control Incident Investigation, Plant Noise Sampling, etc…
- Works closely with facility management to quickly identify and address potential hazard or compliance issues.
- Review and implement recommendations/corrective actions from audits as agreed upon.
- Conduct daily safety inspections, document findings, and implement corrective actions.
- Conduct accident investigations.
- Advise management on problem correction.
- Complete, submit and maintain recordable injuries reports.
- Analyze all accidents/incidents to ensure root cause identification and corrective action.
- Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university.
- Minimum of 5-7 years' experience a manufacturing environment.
- Experience implementing EHS programs in a manufacturing environment.
- Knowledge of Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- Designation as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) is preferred.
- Must have experience interpreting regulatory requirements and implementing and coordinating OSHA compliance programs.
Relocation assistance provided, as well as health, dental, vision, and 401k.