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Health, Safety & Environmental Manager

Continental Disc Corporation
Liberty, Missouri, US
Closing date
Jun 5, 2024

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Conservation science
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Continental Disc Corporation, LLC ("CDC") designs and manufactures safety-critical products that protect pressure-containing vessels from catastrophic failure. CDC is headquartered in Liberty, Missouri (outside Kansas City), and has manufacturing operations in Houston, Texas, and Ahmedabad, India with additional sales offices in India, the Netherlands and China. CDC benefits from being one of the most recognized brands in its industry and a reputation for outstanding quality earned over its more than 55 years of operation. CDC's customers include blue-chip companies in the chemicals, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, general industrial, aerospace, defense, food and beverage, municipal, and other markets globally.

Continental Disc Corporation has 50+ years' experience engineering and manufacturing rupture discs, valves and flame control products that protect the lives of our customers and our environment. We attribute our success to our commitment to growth, quality and innovation. We encourage members of the CDC team to support our efforts toward continuous improvement. We value and celebrate the team's efforts to move our company forward through incremental advances and breakthrough achievements.

The Health, Safety, & Environmental (HS&E) Manager is responsible for developing and implementing health and safety plans, enforcing policies, assessing risk, and ensuring compliance with legal guidelines. He/She will conduct training, investigate incidents, and provide recommendations for improvement, aiming to create a safe and compliant workplace environment.


- Policy development: Creating new policies that address health, safety, and environmental concerns. These policies may include new equipment, training programs, or strategies to improve productivity while maintaining compliance with safety standards.

- Risk assessment: Identifying potential hazards and developing strategies to mitigate risks.

- Emergency response: Planning and coordinating emergency responses.

- Training: Developing and delivering training and development programs.

- Compliance: Ensuring compliance with government regulations and company rules.

- Inspections and audits: Conducting audits and inspections to measure, evaluate, and monitor HSE performance.

- Communication: Collaborating with management, workers, and other stakeholders.

- Culture: Promoting a positive HSE culture.

- Community outreach: Engaging in community outreach and environmental stewardship.

- Lead projects to enhance safety of production equipment.

- Ensure safety programs comply with regulatory (OSHA) and customer requirements.

- Ensure employees trained on safety programs and comply with requirements by conducting periodic audits.

- Ensure facilities comply with Federal and State safety and environment requirements; perform required audits to document compliance; ensuring all EPA and DNR laws and regulations are complied with.

- Maintaining compliance to REACH and RoHS.

- Maintain compliance to CMRT and annual completion of surveys to customers.

- Provide reports to customers and third parties for personnel and company compliance to safety, statutory and regulatory requirements.

- Maintain systems for compliance with OSHA 300 reporting.

- Ensure records for hazardous materials use and disposal are maintained.

- Leads process for determining Root Cause and Corrective Action (RCCA) for safety incidents, including "near misses".

- Tracking incident metrics and applying findings.

- Ensuring safe installation of equipment and overseeing external contractors.

- Inspect equipment and machinery to observe possible unsafe conditions.

- Partner with the HR team on worker's compensation case management.

- Recommend solutions to issues, improvement opportunities or new prevention measures.

- Report on health and safety awareness, issues and statistics.

- Perform other duties as assigned, based on workload and business need.


- Bachelor's degree.

- 5+ years' experience in Safety, Health & Environmental Management and reporting or relevant industry experience .


- Ability to read blueprints and schematics.

- Strong problem solving skills.

- Advanced reading skills.

- Ability to perform statistical analysis of data for process capability & improvement.

- Strong technical writing skills.

- Effective verbal and written communication skills.

- Advanced knowledge of applicable certification standards and codes.

- Working knowledge of computers sufficient to successfully use company ERP system, Microsoft Windows and Office.


- Sincere dedication to the best interests of the company, its customers and employees.

- Concern for quality, accuracy, and safety and ability to foster those traits among employees.

- Willingness and ability to champion and enforce manufacturing and health, safety and environmental standards and company policies.

- Exceptional attention to detail and observation ability.

- Ability to prioritize and manage own time, as well as employees' time, efficiently to meet deadlines.

- Positive attitude and ability to motivate employees.

- Ability to work well with others, including subordinates, peers, executive management and outside vendors, representatives and visitors.

- Strong communication and influencing skills.


- Sufficient manual dexterity to successfully use a computer.

- Ability to sit for extended periods of time, up to 8 hours per day, though possibly more.

- Frequently required to stand and/or walk, up to 6 hours per day, and make frequent trips from the office area to the manufacturing area.

- Ability to wear all required personal protective equipment when in the manufacturing area, including, but not limited to, safety glasses and safety shoes.

- Ability and willingness to travel as needed to meet requirements of the job, up to 10%.


Medical, Dental, Vision, FSA and 401K with Match eligible day one. Employee Assistance Program, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Basic Life, Voluntary Life, Voluntary Accident, Voluntary Hospital Indemnity, Voluntary Cancer Plan, Fitness Room, Safety Shoe Reimbursement, Prescription Eye Glass Allowance, 12 Holidays* (one floating) , Paid time off, Tuition Reimbursement and so much more.

Equal Opportunity Employer

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, CDC does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, familial status, age, disability, veteran or military status, genetic information, or any other basis that would be in violation of any applicable federal, state, or local law.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

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