The Environmental, Health, & Safety (EHS) Manager provides leadership and strategic direction to achieve excellence in EHS performance. He or she ensures compliance with all Federal, State and local EHS regulations, consults with Plant Management and works with the Global EHS team to ensure the health and safety of all site personnel are maintained at high standards.
Lead and facilitate all key EHS programs at the site and ensure plant and applicable regional objectives are met.Promote a strong safety culture supporting the goal of an injury-free workplace where employees take responsibility for their safety as well as that of othersPrepare and submit all regulatory reports as required by the permit and regulations. Maintain site audit program to promote frequent inspections by site management team to ensure compliance with housekeeping, safe work permitting, energy control (LOTO), job safety analysis, spill prevention, and other EHS items.Review and improve existing compliance management systems to make sure all regulatory tasks are performed, and records maintained. Provide training on Environmental and Safety issues, maintain records, determine and obtain appropriate materials ensures plant uses training platformsSupport incident investigation for all injuries and ensure all corrective actions are completed and that the issue doesn't reoccur.Conduct plant inspections, and housekeeping events to help keep the site in compliance with legal requirements and corporate standardsReview and maintain existing facility response plan, implement emergency response and management programs and procedures (security drills, inspections) to comply with coast guard regulations.Identify site industrial hygiene monitoring needs (sound survey, fit testing, exposure monitoring, etc.) and works with the third-party contractors to complete the monitoringServes as site liaison during regulatory inspections and provide proper guidance to site during the preparation of regulatory inspectionsKeep track of site EHS Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and communicate them to corporate and senior management on monthly basis.Support the sustainability program needs, facilitate the data collection process, and provide the EHS related data to corporate team with the supporting documents.
A bachelor's degree in chemical engineering, industrial safety, environmental science or a related technical field required.At least three years of relevant experience in an industrial setting are required; some of this experience may have been gained in positions such as EHS technician, EHS manager, safety representative, industrial hygiene technician, environmental manager, or similar role. Advanced knowledge of OSHA standards (Safe Work Permits, Energy Control, Fall Protection, Personal Protective Equipment, and process safety management etc.), root cause analysis and incident investigation are required.