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Environment, Health and Safety Manager

Germer International - Pharmaceutical Recruiting
Baltimore, Maryland, US
Closing date
May 16, 2024

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Consultancy/Private Sector
Conservation science
Salary Type
Employment Type
Full time

Manager, Health & Safety

Our well established pharmaceutical client, who is a leader in the early development of OSD and aseptic products, is looking for a health and safety leader to join their growing organization. The ideal candidate will ensure safety, industrial hygiene (IH) and environmental policies and procedures are upheld by working closely with management personnel and employees at all levels to further develop the facilities Safety and Environmental Systems. This role will work closely with the COO.

  • Enhance Safety Culture, ensuring that programs are designed and delivered to include all employees.
  • Establish an EHS Dashboard, which is accessible by all employees.
  • Implements and maintains applicable SOPs to ensure compliance with OSHA and MOSH regulations.
  • Conducts inspections and audits; investigates incidents and drive accountability to resolve any issues.
  • Provides training material for departmental training and performs corporate trainings.
  • Maintains SDS inventory.
  • Prepares and maintains all EHS documentation and reporting deadlines, communicates with governmental agencies.
  • Monitors federal, state, and municipal regulatory changes to ensure future compliance. Serves as a primary liaison between this location and regulatory entities when required.
  • Ensures compliance with county, state, and federal regulations.
  • Air and Water Monitoring and regulations.
  • Oversees proper handling and disposal of all Waste (non-hazardous, hazardous, universal and biohazardous).
  • Arranges IH air monitoring of manufacturing rooms and containment equipment; reviews data; writes summary reports when required.
  • Coordinates with toxicologist for OEL/ADE reports; maintains databases for all relevant API information.
  • Maintains clean ability assessment reports and F1073 (list of API cleaning categories).
  • Provides support for QRMP reports to assess and manage risk for cross contamination.
  • Provides analysis and interpretations of EHS findings and prepares technical plans and reports as required.

  • BS in chemistry or related physical/biological science, or equivalent combination of education, training and professional experience that provides the individual with the required knowledge, skills, and abilities, and a minimum of five (5) years of EHS experience in an industrial/manufacturing environment.
  • Pharmaceutical experience preferred.
  • HAZMAT certified.
  • Strong math and writing skills.
  • Familiar with Air permit compliance is a plus.
  • Strong analytical ability is required to gather and summarize data for reports, find solutions to various EHS issues and prioritize work.

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