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November 26, 2013
$85,000 - $115,000
First Major Area of Responsibility - Lead all efforts in regards to Associate Safety (Key Duties) Function as an expert and resource for all Safety related activities and issues, providing regular updates, recommendations and updates to the appropriate leadership as necessary. Under the direction of the Sr. HR Manager; develops, implements, and evaluates the organization's safety policies and procedures.
Develops strategies and recommendations to improve Associate work conditions by reducing/eliminating physical health risks. Mentors, motivates, and evaluates organizational safety Associates and activities including development and utilization of safety teams, safety awareness and recognition activities, task evaluation, facility hazard recognition and resolution Develops and delivers educational resources and training materials for safety training including safety culture, safe operating procedures, specific workplace safety topics, and new hire safety orientation training. Working in conjunction with HRBP's, identify accident/injury causes, safety process inefficiencies, and improvement opportunities through the collaboration with associates, creation and analysis of statistical data, industry best practices, and legal requirements. Procure and functions as liaison with external medical services providers for all required and voluntary occupational health services including audiometric testing, pulmonary function testing, Hepatitis B vaccinations, post offer physical screening, fit for duty evaluations, drug testing, instruction in First Aid, CPR, and Medical First Responder, industrial hygiene services and environmental services
Under direction from the Sr. HR Manager; partners with Facility Managers in coordination of organizational response to significant safety emergencies including ensuring that medical/emotional support is provided to the injured parties, co-workers, and family. Assists facility with securing the accident scene, cause investigation and analysis, documentation, corporate communication, and preparation of exhibits for resulting insurance/legal issues. Functions as corporate OSHA compliance resource, performing compliance audits and providing management with recommendations and strategies. Partner with Facility Managers to represent the organization during on-site OSHA inspections, responding to OSHA complaints, and resolving OSHA citations through process improvement or legal challenge. Leads the organization in an annual safety conference for all safety Associates. Leads monthly metric creation and reporting of information to the safety governance committee Second Major Area of Responsibility- DOT, Safety & Environmental Regulatory Compliance (Key Duties) Identifies, analyzes, communicates, and assists in coordination of facility-specific OSHA compliance efforts including OSHA 300 logs, Hazard Communication, Emergency Response, LOTO, Confined Space Entry, Blood Borne Pathogens, PPE, Fire Prevention, and Lift truck Operation. Communicates upcoming changes and new regulations that will affect the organization. Perform Compliance audits at all Grande Facilities and provide the Vice President of Operations with recommendations and strategies. Procure and function as liaison with external environmental services providers to work with individual facilities to obtain info for and complete Tier II and Form R chemical reporting. Utilizing these services identify improvement opportunities for chemical storage, handling, and spill response. Ensure that the DOT Driver Qualification process is followed and that all DOT DQ file forms are completed upon hire. Audit DOT DQ files annually to ensure that DOT Medical certifications and driving records are kept current. Third Major Area of Responsibility - All other duties and responsibilities as requested or required (Key Duties) Manage other Safety Associates as assigned Perform other duties and responsibilities as requested or required
Requirements: Education Bachelor's degree in Safety Management or a closely related field required. 30-hour voluntary OSHA compliance course required ASP/CSP (Associate Safety Professional/Certified Safety Professional) Certification is a plus Experience Minimum of 8 years relevant safety and health management experience in a manufacturing environment Job Skills Requirements Comprehensive knowledge of occupational safety best practices, OSHA regulations, and disability management Strong communication (written and verbal) through all levels of associates and management Ability to operate in a fast paced environment with multiple deadlines and being able to meet deadlines while working through interruptions. Ability to be analytical and decisive Moderate to Advanced level of operations in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook and HRIS. Send resume to email@example.com.
November 26, 2013
$70,000 - $95,000
and implement plans to provide for the safety and health of all employees at
multi-sites. Ensure compliance to state and federal regulations for all
employees, equipment, and operations. Act as a resource to the organization
in the areas of training, safety expertise and arranging vendor services.
Reduces workers compensation exposure through accident investigation and
proactive accident reduction techniques. Report and follow-up on workers
compensation requirements and claims administration. Handles plant security.
November 26, 2013
$90.000 - $120,000
Oklahoma City, OK
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 25, 2013
$80,000 – $95,000 + Relo
Baton Rouge (Plaquemine), LA
This position is responsible for the coordination of health and safety programs at a site. Position is responsible for acting as a liaison with regulatory agencies, community and sr. leadership. All efforts and implementation of systems will support and be in alignment with core values and strategic vision. Specific duties include, but are not limited to: Evaluate Health and Safety Performance to drive continuous improvement Implement systems to improve performance and insure meeting or exceeding regulatory compliance. Manage compliance through an in-depth auditing process developing corrective actions to address findings Ensure that health and safety needs are adequately addressed. Conducts incident investigations and RCA's as applicable. Oversee and support employee involvement efforts through employee safety involvement teams. Ensure that Health and Safety management systems are in place to accomplish strategic plans and goals. Ensure PSM compliance across the facility Solicit feedback from employees to insure that their needs are addressed Communicate and work with each plant to facilitate standardized interpretation and implementation of Health and Safety systems. Input into the development and delivery of local and Divisional goals and key metrics. Manage the Health and Safety resources to achieve optimum work efficiency. Effectively and concisely report progress to management. Active member of GBRIA, LCA and other local safety committees.
Requirements: B.S. in Occupational, Health and Safety or related field with Safety or Industrial Hygiene certification Minimum of 5 years plant Health and Safety experience in chemicals manufacturing; background must include safety and health. Must have a detailed knowledge of applicable regulations. Send resume to email@example.com.
November 22, 2013
80000 - 120000
Responsibilities for this position include managing EHS and PSM for a business of 22 locations, involving hazardous chemical in large quantities. Supervising compliance professionals, new hire EHS training, implementing the Risk Management and Emergency Response and Occupational Health services, internal audit preparation, OSHA VPP STAR program support, annual safety training program, leadership and presentation on multiple EHS related committees.
November 20, 2013
$100,000 - $140,000
opportunity to join an expanding specialty chemical plant as the Site Process
Safety Engineer. Serve as a leader to support safe, reliable operations and continuous
improvement in process safety culture of the plant site.
QUALIFICATIONS: BS Chemical Engineering degree with 5+ years experience supporting process safety management PSM in a chemical or petrochemical plant. Must have prior design of process equipment and operations support experience. Demonstrated track record of improving process safety culture and of being visible as a leader and coach to promote and support process safety systems and practices; Knowledge of mechanical integrity concepts, Non Destructive Testing, and NDT data analysis would be an asset. Process Hazard Analysis PHA Facilitator and/ or Safety Auditor experience preferred Detailed knowledge of process safety concepts, PSM regulations / RMP regulations, Engineering Codes & Standards, incident investigator training, and other applicable best practices from NFPA etc. Certified Safety Professional desired US Citizen or Permanent Resident (Green Card). Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 12, 2013
$85,000 - $135,000
Sioux City, IA
November 11, 2013
$110,000 - $125,000
Do you love the great outdoors, lobster, and the serene sound of ocean waves splashing in the background? If you're an EHS manager looking for a new opportunity, look no further! Our client is looking for a EHS manager to lead the development and implementation of health, safety, security and environmental programs to the site compliance with the clients global standards and with OSHA, EPA, DEP and other regulatory agencies. This position is located on the beautiful rocky coast of Maine; an area full of cultural and outdoor activities. Listed as one of the best small towns in America.
Our client is a S&P 500, diversified chemical company serving agricultural, industrial, and consumer markets globally To drive improvements in facility's occupational, process safety, and performance within the business and provide environmental, health and safety leadership and expertise to the site and direct reports. The EHS manager makes significant business contributions by applying a continuous improvement methodology through partnership with the management team and site employees. The role is to promote EHS culture and drive EHS changes with a focus on systems, conditions, and behaviors. Collaborate with operations and site staff to ensure that division and corporate EHS objectives are met, compliance with government standards, risks are controlled and costs are managed. Completion, oversight and strategic direction to facility on EHS related to capital projects, production, waste & emissions, facility audits, safety standards, and interactions with governmental agencies. Responsibilities: Provide leadership to achieve the site's health, safety, security and environmental (HSSE) goals & objectives in order to improve overall performance for location. Identifies, develops and implements strategic solutions to the site's EHS challenges which improve operational performance, corporate consistency, and enhance business profitability Lead ACC Responsible Care Management System programs. Manage overall occupational health program. Supervise occupational contract medical providers. Ensure process safety management adherence including conducting and implementing process hazard analysis and management of change completion. Assume responsibility for revising, updating, and verifying compliance with safety manuals to maintain current policies with OSHA and other regulatory agencies. Manage overall environmental programs ensure that all aspects of the site hazardous waste and environmental permitting system are in compliance. Supervise Environmental Compliance Representative and Health & Safety Representative. Manage site physical security programs, procedures and contracted security force. Manage HSSE related capital projects. Develop AFE's and oversee project contractors/vendors to ensure timely and on-budget project completion. Recommend and implement programs for improved HSSE performance and encourage interest and participation. Prepare Annual Safety Plans and periodic status reports. Coordinate safety incident investigations and work closely with other managers to complete thorough investigations, identify root causes and ensure timely corrective actions Prepare required HSSE reports, analyzing behavior-based safety audits, first aid cases, near misses and accidents, to identify trends and opportunities, and make recommendations to improve safety performance. Coordinate and/or conduct compliance HSSE training, ergonomics programs, HAZWOPER, DOT and safety training. Provide leadership and administration of site emergency response team. Assume responsibility for revising and updating Safety Manuals to maintain current policies with OSHA and other regulatory agencies. Manage & source Industrial Hygiene risk assessment and sampling/ monitoring programs Oversee compliance of site fire suppression, alarm, access control and CCTV systems. Liaison with local fire department and insurance carriers. Provide leadership and support to the Safety Leadership Team. Track spending; prepare forecasts and budgets for all HSSE programs.
Qualifications: BS degree with experience in health safety security and occupational safety or related industrial management field. 5+ years of experience in an EHS/Safety or similar role Must have experience in a chemical plant/industrial type of environment Demonstrated track record in safety improvements Project management experience. Direct experience with PSM, PHA, and MOC systems Demonstrated track record in safety improvements Extensive experience with OSHA, DEP, EPA regulatory agencies. Policy and procedure creation and implementation Practice in behavioral change methods Demonstrated improvement in safety statistics Hands-on occupational health and WC management Regulating body experience including OSHA, DEP and RCMS. Send resume to email@example.com.
November 4, 2013
$50000 - $75000
Food Safety Technical Specialist Hutchinson, Ks area. Near Wichita
to QC Manager This position will be primarily responsible for leading the
food safety effort at the plant. This individual will oversee the plant food
safety committee, lead and conduct meetings for food safety, conduct internal
site and product traceability audits, oversee pest control activities,
conduct annual plant food safety training; writing, implementing and enforcing
policies; assisting with corporate food safety issues; assisting with quality
control and quality system of the manufacturing process at the facility by
performing analytical testing on process and finished product samples;
troubleshooting process related issues to assure the overall quality of the
end product. This individual will also lend support to sales and marketing by
performing competitive product analysis, sending out product samples,
analyzing complaint samples and work with production personnel to investigate
source of complaint. Lead plant Food Safety effort (training, procedures,
audits) Support quality system improvement Provide analytical support for the
plant and technical laboratory as needed Sales and Customer Service support
Environmental sample collection and analyses Maintain Analytical Equipment as
and/or Experience: BA/BS Chemistry,
Biology, or related science degree preferred with a minimum of 3-5 years
laboratory and/or food safety experience; or an equivalent combination in
education, work experience and/or training. Knowledge of HACCP, analytical
instrumentation, general analytical techniques (pH, gravimetric, titrations,
etc.), food safety and MS Office. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 1, 2013
$100,000 – $130,000 + 12% Bonus + Relo
October 28, 2013
$60,000 - $70,000
Des Moines, IA
show us what makes you unique!
Send resume to email@example.com.
October 25, 2013
$65000 - $100000
Pulp / Paper / Wood
REQUIREMENTS: Minimum requirements include; a BS in Occupational Health,
Safety, IH or related field and at least (2) years of safety, health experience
in manufacturing or chemical process industry facility. Certifications such as, ASP, GSP, CSP or
CIH are a plus along with prior experience in a Process Safety Management
regulated facility or industrial manufacturing plant is preferred.
October 25, 2013
$70000 - $90000
Chemical, Pulp / Paper / Wood
Requirements: BS in safety or related plus a minimum of (5) years of safety
experience in a manufacturing or chemical process industry. Must have demonstrate
leadership capabilities and knowledgeable in areas such as ergonomics,
machine guarding, training, risk assessment, culture change.
October 18, 2013
$170,000 - $190,000
Client is seeking energetic, results focused, and highly competent individuals to join the Refinery Team. Client is committed to building a culture that promotes the highest standards of safety, environmental stewardship and reliability in all areas of the operation and needs people willing to openly participate in the forming and growing of a unique organization. In this position you will provide strategic direction and leadership for the Health, Safety and Environmental Teams/Initiatives for Client and its subsidiaries. A summary of primary responsibilities include:
Strategic leadership of various Health, Safety, Security, and Environmental initiatives such that Monroe maintains and builds upon its reputation as a proactive best-in-class corporate citizens. 2. Assures that Client and its subsidiaries continuously improves our performance in Health, Safety and Environmental innovation while maintaining compliance with all Local, State, and Federal Environmental and Safety regulations. 3. Provides leadership to various internal organizational teams/committees that help to develop the HSE mission, guidelines, and respective goals/objectives. 4. Serves as an agent of the company and representative/liaison to a variety of external entities including Federal, State, and Local agencies, customers, suppliers, industry related groups and community entities.
Primary Responsibility: 1. Provides direct leadership and supervision to the Environmental Leader, Pipeline Environmental Leader, the Security Leader and Safety Leader. 2. Develop the overall strategy of continuous improvement for the Health, Safety, Security, and Environmental initiatives. 3. Provide technical expertise, strategic leadership, and support for all facilities, departments, (including acquisitions) on regulatory compliance issues in Safety and Environmental Health. 4. Understand the chemicals and any/all potential safety and environmental hazards used/present at all sites, take steps to reduce the use of problematic chemicals and to mitigate any potential safety and environmental hazards. 5. Provide strategic leadership and guidance for the Health and Safety team, Environmental Team, Emergency Responders, and PSM including people, data, and budgetary responsibilities; creating one team with a common mission. 6. Represent the company on various boards, government committees and trade organizations as appropriate to supper the Health, Safety and Environmental strategies. 7. Create and maintain program management systems to ensure that various Safety and/or Environmental certifications, accreditations, and compliance efforts are developed and continuously improved. 8. Lead various communication initiatives to ensure the development of strategic HSE communiqués for use with internal and external strategies. 9. Create synergy and leverage the knowledge, people, and resources of HSE as a team. 10. Perform additional responsibilities as required.
October 18, 2013
$80,000 - $120,000
Responsibilities for this position include: Managing EHS and PSM for a business of 22 locations, involving hazardous chemical in large quantities. Supervising compliance professionals, new hire EHS training, implementing the Risk Management and Emergency Response and Occupational Health services, internal audit preparation, OSHA VPP STAR program support, annual safety training program, leadership and presentation on multiple EHS related committees, Requirements: BS in Safety, Environmental Compliance, Occupational Health or similar (desired), plus at least (5) years of comprehensive EHS and PSM program management responsibilities or (10) years of experience in chemical plant or distribution operations plus (5) years of board EHS and PSM program management as well as experience supporting OSHA VPP and Process Safety Management programs. Prior leadership experience that includes managing direct reports is required. Candidates must be willing to travel up to 60% and have strong communication, technical writing and effective presentation skills. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 15, 2013
$90,000 - $110,000
This position is responsible for developing and implementing safety, health and security programs for the facility, working directly with all management and employee teams in this 100 employee union plant. This person must be proficient with up-to-date OSHA PSM regulations. The position will include the responsibility for overall management of the Process Safety Program. This position works closely with the Environmental Manager to ensure environmental compliance for the facility. Lead all aspects for the overall facility safety and health program, as well as security. Conduct analysis of safety related losses and reports to identify trends and areas where improvement may be needed. Work with management to ensure that light duty work restrictions are being accommodated and incidents are thoroughly investigated and corrective measures are taken to prevent further injury. Oversee the Emergency Response Planning (ERP) for the facility. Maintain a positive interaction with all levels of the organization and improve the overall Safety and Health culture through the use of Behavioral Based Safety techniques. Keep facility management informed of safety and health issues and significant changes in regulations. Participate in the monthly Safety Leadership Team and actively support the continuous improvement efforts of the facility. Lead the efforts for proper accident reporting and investigation for OSHA recordable accidents. Coordinate and advise on Contractor safety issues and conduct audits on contractors' safety programs. Identify and choose methods and techniques that can be used to train and communicate with staff; detect, control or eliminate hazards; and monitor and review performance. Follow up with all supervision to determine that corrective actions have been taken. Periodically review the Safety and Health management systems to ensure policies, procedures and reporting requirements are in compliance and continuously improving safety performance.. Direct the efforts of the Facility Emergency Response Team (ERT).
Bachelor's Degree in Safety Engineering, Environmental, or related field. Masters degree preferred, 7-10 years progressive responsible EHS experience and excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Knowledge of safety, health, security regulations. General knowledge of environmental regulations. Occasional travel required. Good communications skills. Send resume to email@example.com.
October 10, 2013
$80,000 - $100,000
Global manufacturing company seeks hands-on, experienced Safety Manager for their Central NY manufacturing plant. This person will oversee all Health and Safety activities for a 600 employee facility.
Responsibilities: The Safety Manager will be responsible for oversight of safety programs and policy for engineering technical center as well as manufacturing plant. Provides advice and guidance to 1st line supervisors on behavioral safety strategies. Maintains employee safety acumen through training programs (Safety University, incident investigation training, PEO training, etc.). Actively participates, and in some cases leads, plant Safety Committees, incident investigations, employee suggestion responses and implementations, shop floor conversations, and multi-site safety committees. Maintains fire protection systems and trains plant emergency personnel in firefighting and emergency response procedures to reduce potential business interruption.
REQUIREMENTS: BS degree required; MS degree preferred. 8+ years of experience with safety, fire systems, emergency response, and industrial hygiene. Experience in a manufacturing environment preferred. Proficient understanding of behavior-based safety. Proficient computer based skills including database, spreadsheet, word processing and presentations.
EXPERIENCE: 8+ Years and Bachelor's Degree Required (Super benefits including 401k, pension, medical, dental, stock options, bonuses and more). Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 10, 2013
$100,000 - $130,000
leadership and direction to multiple manufacturing sites throughout the U.S.
in all areas of occupational health and safety regulations and compliance for
this chemicals firm. This role will also bring focus and support to the
implementation and use of management systems, risk assessment methods,
appropriate and effective training systems; develop both long and short term
health and safety objectives, strategies and measures for prioritizing and
October 9, 2013
Environmental, Health & Safety Manager (Food Industry)
$80,000 - $125,000
MI, Midwest USA
October 4, 2013
$95000 - $110000
client is a global specialty chemicals company with production sites throughout
the USA. Our products are the key ingredients in the manufacture of
biodegradable herbicides, pesticides and animal feed supplements. Products
are also used in the production of pharmaceuticals, photographic chemicals
and circuit boards.
Responsibilities: BS Degree in Safety or closely related field or 5-10 years plant operation experience. 1-2 years of well-rounded experience in the safety, health and industrial hygiene field. Good oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, and some skill with computers. Must have the ability to effectively interact with personnel in other disciplines and with other personnel at all levels. Must be people oriented.
Description: Sr. Safety Specialist
will report to the HESQ Manager and will be working with all levels of the
plant organization as well as contact with HES Corporate and Team Safety to
enhance and strengthen the safety and health function on a plant level. He
will also provide technical expertise and act as a resource for the HES
Manager and Plant Management in the area of safety, industrial hygiene
program development and training.
Also: Assist in the training of personnel in matters of safety policy,
emergency response, and safety and health.
Participate with emergency teams in training and emergency situations.
Assume the duties of the Safety Manager in his absence. Coordination of the
Plant Inspection Program. Coordinate and lead Root Cause Incident
Investigations plant wide. Issue Safety Permits Oversee plant backlog. Coordinate
PSM Program. Lead PHAs.
October 2, 2013
$85000 - $95000
client is one of the world's largest suppliers of sulphuric
acid, liquid sulphur dioxide (SO2) and sodium hydrosulphite (SHS), and a leading processor of spent
acid, particularly in the U.S. Gulf Coast region. The client is also a
leading regional supplier of sulphur and sodium
chlorate, one of only two North American producers of phosphorous pentasulphide and also produces zinc oxide and water
treatment chemicals. Client obtains these products from its own production
facilities and through long-term marketing services agreements and
distributes them to customers around the world.
Updated December 4, 2013
$80,000 - $90,000
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or equivalent experience. Six years of progressive HSE experience, to include the administration of multiple HSE programs in a manufacturing environment. Experience managing multiple HSE programs. Providing consultation and advice various health, safety, and environmental issues. Working with regulatory agencies. Developing and implementing programs, policies and procedures. Interpreting and applying department policies and procedures and applicable laws, rules, and regulations. Responding to and resolving complex health, safety, and environmental questions and concerns
Responsibilities: Manages the implementation and administration of health, safety, and environmental (HSE) programs within program guidelines; generally operates with little or no supervision and receives direction on sensitive topics and issues when necessary. Responsible for HSE programs in distribution, manufacturing and Research and Development. Implements safety, health and environmental policies, procedures and guidelines. Trains employees on these policies. Manages the sites incident management system including leading root cause investigations. Interprets and applies department policies and procedures and applicable laws, rules, and regulations; ensures compliance with these areas. Performs research projects regarding operational or site programs, serves on project teams, and provides recommendations regarding new or existing operations. Partners with on-site managers to coordinate operations and resolve related HSE problems, questions and concerns. Leads and/or partners with management when implementing new or updated HSE prevention and compliance programs. Coordinates activities with regulatory agencies to verify compliance, resolve situations, and maintain a cooperative working relationship. Send resume to email@example.com.
Updated December 4, 2013
$77,000 - $120,000
Sioux City, IA
Updated December 4, 2013
$45,000 - $50,000
Responsibilities: This person will support environmental and safety compliance at a large manufacturing plant to include: hazardous waste management, environmental reporting, function as Emergency Coordinator, implement Safety Management Systems, implement environmental health programs (Hearing Conservation, Radiation Safety, Respiratory Protection), work with regulatory agencies, contract security, conduct incident investigations, maintain/update current safety programs (fall protection, lockout/tagout, confined space entry, electrical safety). Requirements: BS in related field with at least 2 years of EHS experience in plant manufacturing. Prefer candidates with a well-rounded EHS background but having the environmental experience is key. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated December 4, 2013
Divisional Health, Safety & Security Manager
~$80K Base + Expat Package
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Our client is one of the largest and most successful food companies in the Middle East. They offer some of the finest expat benefits in the Kingdom. We are recruiting globally for a Divisional Health, Safety & Security Manager for their food processing plant in the Riyadh area.
Core purpose of the job: To advise and guide Operations employees on all Health, safety and security issues so as to provide a healthy, safe and secure working environment at head office and other operation locations. To be the main focal point of localized security issues and provide the balance between accidental security intelligence and local intelligence, that provides business values by protecting its assets. Day to day management of CPP Operations HSS Team to provide a high level of health, safety & security to key managers and VIPs.
Areas of responsibilities: Implement and maintain Company’s Health, Safety and Security Management Systems in conjunction with and aligned to Company objectives. Facilitate the business risk process within the division to identify and minimize any potential threats to the business. Record, monitor and report Divisional Heath, Safety and Security performance through established methods and generating regular reports. Direct the divisional training function to develop Health, Safety and Security training courses and where necessary to assist with their delivery. Develop and implement a divisional comprehensive audit plan and conduct HSS Audits, reviews and assessments to identify areas of improvements and to assess overall performance and make recommendations for action. Performance management and ensure continuing competency of the project. Implement and maintain Operations Division HSS Management Systems to ensure that all operation employees are able to work in hazardous and risk free environment. Contribute to the various Divisional Project Stakeholders to ensure consistency of advice and standards. Liaise with external security providers – private and governmental sources to ensure all company’s assets are protected and information sources are accurate. Liaise with the Head of HSS to ensure that accurate intelligence briefings for key head office staff are provided.
Job features: Development and alignment of systems oriented with HSS, Business and OH&S systems. Support of subordinates located at site. 400 Divisional staff at various locations throughout KSA and the GCC including top tier management – GM’s, etc. Number of direct subordinates: 12
Qualifications: University Degree NEBOSH Certificate or Post Graduate Certificate in Health, Safety/Security or similar. Technical Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (Tech SP). Or Graduate Member of IOSH – (GRADOSH) Member of the Institute of Fire Engineers or equivalent. Fluent English. Registered Security Practitioner (RSP).
Experience: 10 years managing security at a senior level within FMCG environment. Experience and competency in the design and management of fire detection and suppression systems. Ability to manage and be a leader in crisis and emergency situation. Multi-site Security management experience. Send resume to Kathleen Porter at Kathleen@iscworld.com.
Updated December 4, 2013
$90000 - $125000
Manage the EHS Department with a high level of excellence, integrity and with a mind-set of continual improvement for this major chemical firm.
Manage the EHS Department and EHS systems : Assist as required in the implementation of self-directed work teams at Freeport Operations. o Lead and actively participate the Guiding Principles of the Responsible Care Management System and contribute to the sustainability of the OSHA VPP Program by continuing to uphold the principles demonstrated as a Star site. o Maintain the intent and integrity of the Functional Safety Program to ensure a safe operating facility. o Oversee the review/interpretation of state and federal regulations and other data to determine applicability and implementation of regulations at the site. o Develop and maintain procedures, plans, and programs to ensure EHS compliance and continuous improvement in EHS performance. o Communicate with regulatory agencies as needed and provide necessary follow-up for inspections by regulatory agencies. o In a responsible manner, provide for representation of their operations in community and safety/environmental organizations to further their goals and enhance their reputation as a reliable and participating company. o Act as the Medical Review Officer for the Site. o Oversee and participate in the Fit for Duty program. · Health, Training and Security: o Development and implementation of general safe work procedures and practices, including a sound training system. o Provide for the analysis of accidents, incidents and near misses to include recommended corrective actions that will reduce the likelihood of recurrence. o Administer an effective Industrial Hygiene program. o To maintain in the highest degree of readiness, provide for the appropriate testing, maintenance and replacement of all equipment and personnel necessary to meet the needs of operations in the areas of Safety, Health, Fire Prevention/Protection and Security. o Develop, design, and implement a training process for the Freeport Operations to meet all regulatory required programs and to fulfill the needs of all Freeport Operations departmental requirements. · People Leadership: o Cultivate a more highly skilled, motivated, and effective department through direct, focused communication. o Manage the growth, development, compensation and rewards of Texas high potential employees, working with NA HR. o As a member of site management, participate in the decision making process to develop and administer site HR policies.
EXPERIENCE: BS Chemical Engineering (Ideal) will look at other related Scientific degrees with 10-25 years experience in at least 5 as a Manager. Should be from the Chemical Process, Refining, Petrochemical or related industries. The more different skills this person has the better but the candidate doesn't need to have all pieces of the EH&S part they are looking for someone who has the a good business sense and leadership skills to drive the program. DUTIES SUMMARY. This person will report to the Plant Manager and have 7 people reporting into this position. Will manage the EH&S function of this 180 person plant which will include PSM, ERD, and Security. Below is clients job description. Title: Manager - Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) Education and Experience: · Bachelor Degree, preferably Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering, or demonstrated equivalency · Minimum 5 years, preferred 10+ years in EHS, w/ management roles in a manufacturing environment Other Requirements: · Must be willing and able to travel up to 10% of the time · Must be willing to work 12+ hour days when needed. Send resume to email@example.com.
Updated December 4, 2013
Major refining and petrochemical firm has immediate opportunity for Senior Counsel - Health, Safety and PSM. The position requires a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and licensed, in good standing, to practice in at least one State, plus a minimum of (5) years of providing counsel with regards to health, safety and PSM regulations or the same amount of experience as a regulator. You will need the skills and abilities to build and maintain relationships, and a desire to provide valuable expertise to the organization and the company as a whole. You will be providing advice with regards to a wide range of Occupational Health, Safety and PSM related issues that will impact the multiple operations that are thriving and a business that is anticipated to experience solid growth in the near future. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated December 4, 2013
Conduct safety audits of facilities to pinpoint unsafe working conditions and practices and develop sound recommendations for corrections. Maintain weekly and monthly safety performance metrics. Lead the ergonomics initiative by coordinating teams and driving ergonomic improvements. Manage the safety teams and provide them with the data to set initiatives. Lead implementation of the Safety Management System. Investigate injury reports and follow-up to ensure corrective action is taken. Coordinate industrial hygiene testing and implement corrective action, if required. Oversee and conduct safety-related training that is required to remain in compliance with all applicable regulations. Provide safety updates during management and team meetings. Develop and lead the Company's ergonomics program. Coordinate the services of insurance carriers and outside consulting personnel. Organize, plan, and steer the Safety Representative Program to ensure that Oshkosh employees are provided with a safe workplace. Manage worker's compensation claims and oversee claims management. Coordinate with manufacturing, engineering, etc., on the design and construction of new equipment, facilities and processes to insure safe design. Develop and recommend general accident prevention programs to include specific protective procedures and devices.
Updated November 25, 2013
$77,000 - $120,000
Sioux City, IA
Position Requirements: Degree in Safety Engineering or other related technical degree with 7 or more years' experience preferred. Experience working on large construction projects or manufacturing plants desired. Experience as a safety professional including supervision / managing direct reports. Knowledge of state, local and U.S. Government regulations (OSHA, EPA, etc.)
Position Description: The Project Safety Supervisor will be responsible for coordinating and directing all aspects of the Project Safety program in compliance with applicable state and federal rules and regulations. The primary responsibility of the position is to ensure a safe and secure work environment is provided for all employees. This position will work directly with the General Contractor and oversee/direct a staff of Field Safety Technicians.
Key Job Elements: Manage and oversee the projects safety program. Play an active role in establishing and reinforcing the safety culture of the organizations "Event Free Workplace" Proactively assessing project health and safety trends and best practices Engaging qualified consultants to ensure necessary training of project employees in appropriate safety areas to ensure compliance with company, state and federal guidelines Assist in accident/incident investigations and follow up communications Oversee project safety audit process and corrective actions to address related issues Assist site leadership teams in maintaining compliance with OSHA and State Department of Labor regulations and maintain liaison with local, state and federal government personnel Ownership of all project Occupational Health and Safety program documentation Responsible for compiling and submitting timely and accurate reports to regulatory agencies, as well as site leadership. Develop systems / methods for identifying hazards and evaluating risk. Recommend corrective actions for eliminating risks, reducing loss. Manage and coordinate emergency response team activities including training exercises that include local and state agencies. Oversee / direct a staff of Field Safety Technicians. Work directly with General Contractor daily on safety issues that need resolving/guidance. Manage the security program of the project to ensure a secure working environment. Participate in various committees during the project to help facilitate and communicate goals/initiatives. Reports to Manager, Environmental Health & Safety The role is for the duration of the expansion only through 2016 .However, it is very likely that there will be other opportunities within the company for this position. Send resume to email@example.com.
Updated November 11, 2013
$80,000 - $95,000
Southern MS (Rural Location)
Chemical, Pulp / Paper / Wood – Critical opening and quick feedback
REQUIREMENTS: BS in Safety or related field with at least (5) years of similar experience in a manufacturing site. Must have strong communications skills and demonstrated leadership capabilities, team building, etc.
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