EHS, Safety, Risk, HSE, Environmental, Hygiene, Air Quality, Fire Protection and Related Jobs
The following are the most recent EHS job opportunities from our clients and network partner offices such as NPA and Top Echelon. In addition, we also receive paid-advertising directly from employers.
April 24, 2015
$95,000 - $110,000
April 16, 2015
April 1, 2015
(for Petrochemical R&D Lab)
$100,000 - $120,000
the facilities and EHSS to ensure consistent operation of the site and leased
assets, through collaborative partnership with our suppliers and functional
leaders to ensure consistent service and delivery across the site. Assure
site compliance with regional process safety management policies and
standards at the site to ensure process safety compliance with government
regulatory requirements and SABIC Company standards.
Responsibilities: Accountable for the strategic and
day-to-day operations of the facility & EHSS management to ensure minimum
disruption to core activities and ensure safety of employees. . SHEM
Coordinator assuring compliance with safety and process safety regulations
(country and region) and company requirements and compliance to local
regulations for all site EHSS programs (including air, water, waste, safety,
Hazardous materials, transportation, Security, Emergency Response and
Preparedness, Process safety management, EHSS training and Incident
investigation. Key contact and interface with regional safety Representatives
including compliance reporting. . Responsible for the development and
implementation of site safety and process safety programs, including procedure
development, training, and incident investigation; participates in PS
compliance audits through application of company policies/standards and
on-site auditing . Directing, coordinating,
budgeting, permitting, reporting and planning for essential central services,
waste disposal, security, housekeeping, building and grounds maintenance,
utilities and communications infrastructure etc., which maintain the facility
and safety to meet the needs of staff by directing one or more teams to cover
various areas of responsibility. . Utilizes project management techniques to
carry out site wide projects that improve workspace efficiency and EHSS to
deliver capability on time, within budget and meeting applicable local and
engineering standards . Audits the facility &
EHSS services delivered using performance management techniques to monitor
and demonstrate the achievement of agreed upon services and addresses
deficiencies on time. . Engaged in planning for future development in line
with strategic business objectives including allocation and utilization of
space and resources for re-organizing current premises, leased space ect.
Requirements: BS degree with emphasis in engineering, Environmental science and/or technical management or related field 5-7 years experience in facilities management including building systems, and mechanical and electrical systems Demonstrated leadership in EHSS & demonstrated ability to implement projects. Project management, Send resume in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 1, 2015
$110,000 - $130,000
People : The position supervises a Safety Engineer and an Environmental Engineer. Additionally this position interfaces with the Plant Leadership Team, Division/Corporate personnel, Governmental and Community Agencies and the Plant Physician.
Accountable for: The HES Manager devotes 100% of his/her time to loss control activities. This position is responsible for ensuring that the Crosby plant operations are in full compliance with all Government regulations and HES internal requirments. This includes OSHAS 18001, PSM ans other OSHA regulations, and AIMS, 1. Managing and developing plant HES systems to ensure regulatory and corporate compliance. 2. Maintain good relations with regulatory agencies and the local community. 3. Develop direct reports using the Performance Managenent Program (PMP). 4. Support overall plant activities through work on the plant leadership team and coordination with peers. This position is designed to participate in major plant leadership decisions. 5. Serve as a plant resource for in-plant and external groups to further plant and company continuous improvement. 6. Manage the Environmental, Safety, Health, and Process Safety Functions of the Crosby Plant. 7. Responsible for compliance of OSHA, Niosh, ANSI, and NFPA Standards and ensure regulations and standards, as well as corporate guidelines and policies are adhered to. 8. Lead, motivate, and develop hourly and staff personnel to create a productive culture, which places Safety as a value within the organization. 9. Describe safety precautions and operating conditions for non-routine maintenance and production activities, e.g. Hot Work & Confined Space Entry procedures 10. Ensure timely, accurate and thorough accident investigations for plant incidents and track completion of all corrective actions. 11. Administer Chemical Approval Program. 12. Security Administrator 13. Safety & Health Training. 14. Serve as the Plant Medical Officer and assure adequate employee medical monitoring surveillance and industrial hygiene programs are effectively Implemented and maintained. 15. Manage and maintain the HES Department budget. 16. Maintain Plant emergency response plan and preparedness of the First Aid, Fire Brigade and Rescue teams. 17. Safety Equipment Maintenance Program. 18. Loss Control Coordinator. Managing HES processes to maintain and exceed compliance with all HES regulations in a dynamic environment.
Establishing HES management systems that make compliance and continuous HES improvement part of the plant culture. Managing this process through plant resources and teams under other manager's direction. Able to effectively communicate and work with all levels of salaried and hourly personnel, as well as government agencies, corporate groups, and industrial representatives to enhance and strengthen the safety and health function of the Plant. Educating all employees to respond to day-to-day operations and unusual situations in a HES responsible manner. Maintaining excellent relationships with our employees, our community leaders and members, and the agencies regulating the plant.
Accountabilities This position exists to lead/manage the company HES effort. The purpose of this position is to lead the plant to develop, utilize and maintain regulatory compliant HES systems and programs. The plant Safety and Health Programs must be structured to maintain a safe and healthy environment, as well as compliance with applicable regulations and standards.
Qualifications/Experience required A bachelor's degree is required in Occupational Safety, Chemical Engineering, or equivalent. Advanced training and good working knowledge of environmental, health and safety regulations is required. Experience in leading Process Hazard Reviews using LOPA methodology is important function of position and requires five plus years experience leading such initiatives. Fifteen or more years of experience in manufacturing and regulatory environments with five or more years of experience managing professionals is required. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Proficient in both resource and project management. Excellent leadership and personnel management abilities. Send resume in complete confidence to email@example.com.
March 31, 2015
$45,000 - $60,000
Cedar Rapids, IA
March 24, 2015
$75,000 - $95,000
Denver Area, CO
established Colorado environmental consulting company. Majority of clients
are companies looking to build large outdoor mountain recreational
March 13, 2015
$50,000 - $70,000
Columbus/ Zanesville, OH
Our client is a very well established global manufacturer and has a critical and immediate need for an experienced Environmental Health and Safety Manager. This person will manage, monitor, audit, lead and provide consulting for all aspects of EHS services.
Responsibilities: Development, implementation, monitoring and continuous improvement of Environmental Health and Safety programs, ensuring compliance with Federal, state, and local regulatory requirements. Perform and/or oversee monitoring for permits and personal monitoring. Maintain OSHA standards and communication programs. Maintain various reporting systems. Conduct investigations and root cause analysis and may make resolution recommendations. Implement corrective/preventative actions and continuous improvement activities as directed. Research and identify applicable industry best practices and regulatory requirements. Participate in EHS site audits, inspections and routine, implementing/ tracking corrective actions, and monitoring trends in results of audit activities. Maintain EHS files and records. Modifies and implements compliance tracking programs and recordkeeping systems. Assist in the development of technical documents including EHS procedures, inspections, and guidance documents. Inform personnel regarding procedures and/or status of work orders for the purpose of providing necessary information for making decisions, taking appropriate action and/or complying with health and safety regulations.
Desired Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree required; and 2-8+ years experience in environmental, health and safety in a manufacturing environment. Must have the ability to create and maintain training programs; safety, environmental, fire, etc. Familiarity with local, state, and Federal EHS regulations Effective communication and interpersonal skills Effective organization and planning skills. Knowledge of Process Management Safety preferred. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
March 9, 2015
$65,000 - $85,000
Essential job duties include: . Perform process checks throughout the production, packaging, sanitation and warehousing functions of the company, including pre-operational checks, sanitation verification, label checks, net weight checks, and package integrity checks . Work with external safety consultants . Perform Mock Recalls. Lead contact on Customer Audits and Requests for Proposals/Information. Calibrate test equipment. Schedule and execute sample submittals to external laboratory vendor for testing. Receive and document testing results from external laboratory vendor. Provide independent oversight of processes, verifying compliance to company standards and policies, and effectively communicating when there are deviations from standards or processes . Assist in training employees on food safety, company processes and FDA Good Manufacturing. Maintain accurate and organized records of tech activities. Maintain organized inventory of retained products. Monitor HACCP critical control points. Participate in preparation for 3rd party safety audits. Maintain ongoing company compliance with all applicable regulations and 3rd party auditor requirements. Conduct research on Quality Assurance issues and deliver reports on research to management. Recommend, champion and execute program enhancements.
QUALIFICATIONS: 2 year degree or Certificate in Food Science or related filed (4 year degree in Food Science or related field preferred) - Knowledge of FDA GMP's - Knowledge of food safety principles, especially the requirements as related to the Food Safety Modernization Act - Familiarity with modern food manufacturing processes and food safety systems - High level of organizational skills - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Creative Problem Solving skills - Understanding of HACCP principles - Understanding of OSHA regulations - Experience with 3rd party food safety audits - Ability to understand and operate product testing equipment - Entrepreneurial attitude towards continuous improvements to food safety systems. Send Resume to email@example.com.
February 16, 2015
$50,000 - $55,000
major Agri-Business is in their search for an
Environmental Health & Safety Manager to be responsible for outlining and
implementing programs regarding environmental regulatory compliance, employee
EHSS procedures and accident protection and prevention. Position will also be
responsible for developing and distributing educational materials, inspecting
company facilities and recommending corrections or additional precautions.
QUALIFICATIONS: BS Degree in Science, Engineering or related field or 10 or more years experience in a related field. A strong environmental background is required; Title V experience is a plus. Working knowledge of federal, state and local regulations dealing with EPA Title V regulations, NPDES, process safety management, OSHA general industry and construction standards, air and water quality, hazardous waste, emergency response and mitigation, water use and discharge, storm water, leak detection and repair, spill prevention controls and countermeasures, risk management and facility response plan. Must be detail-oriented, have strong MS Office experience and be proficient with developing and using spreadsheets and/or databases. Must be able to multi-task and take ownership of assigned projects. Must be able to lead by example and have good communication skills, both written and verbal, as well as exceptional organizational skills pertaining to record keeping and reporting. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 12, 2015
$90,000 - $125,000
Salt Lake City, UT
Bachelor's degree Health/Safety related field . Minimum of 7 year's related experience in a manufacturing plant or equivalent combination of education and experience . Work experience in industrial hygiene, behavioral based safety management systems . Experience conducting Industrial Hygiene surveys, EHS&S audits, ensuring compliance with EHS regulations Summary: This position serves as a member of the management team and effectively leads the Health/Safety & Security (HS&S) management system for the entire facility. Routinely tours all plants/areas and proactively identifies opportunities to enhance HS&S efforts and results. Successfully collaborates with all site personnel, contractors, regulators, and corporate staff and provides full spectrum support in the HS&S effort. . Direction of site leadership in best HS&S practices and continual related process improvement . Provide oversight for 2 Safety Supervisors, 1 Environmental Engineer and 1 Safety Admin and will also direct the sites security contractors (Securitas) . Implementation and maintenance of HS&S policy and procedures . Sustain and continuously improve the site's HS&S Management System . Maintain injury/illness records and reports; analyze data for trend identification for exposure elimination, risk reduction and injury prevention . Lead Trend Analysis and proposed programs/focus/tool box information to mitigate based on specific opportunities for improvement . Develop and conduct training programs for entire workforce . Develop Industrial Hygiene monitoring program . Conduct EHS&S audits, recommending and assisting in the correction of hazards identified . Participate in and administer the Joint Health & Safety Committee . Administer the medical management program for injured employees; direct worker's compensation program ensuring effective return-to-work and light-duty programs . Ensure compliance with applicable federal & state EHS&S regulations . Report required information on a timely, accurate & complete basis to regulatory agencies and to the corporate office . Uphold and promote Integrity, Respect, Collaboration, Value Creation and High Performance. . Lead, participate in, support and train on Incident Investigations (Apollo - Incident Investigation System) . Safety, Health and Environmental Culture improvement through developing site priorities, progress and communications . Ensure compliance with environmental, health and safety regulations . Report required information to regulatory agencies and the corporate office . Direct and maintain worker's compensation, training, industrial hygiene and safety records . Implementation and maintenance of American Chemistry Council Responsible Care management system and associated certification . The ideal candidate will possess a proven track record in the design, set-up, implementation and continuous improvement of safety management systems such as lock-out/tag-out, confined space entry, electrical safe practices, fall protection, etc. . Candidate must be well-versed in OSHA regulations with particular emphasis in Title V and NPDES programs . Candidate must be well-versed with the EPA and Utah DEQ . Experience with Responsible Care® and behavioral-based safety programs will be a plus. Send resume to email@example.com.
February 9, 2015
Regional Safety Manager - Construction
$85,000 - $105,000 + bonus
Provide safety support to a variety of construction sites in a multi-state region to ensure a safe and healthful work environment. Identify safety needs, conduct training, and develop and implement policies and procedures to attain an "Incident Free" work environment.
Develop, own and lead regional safety plan, incorporating all elements into site / project specific plans. Track and report on progress, assisting with accountability to the plan Train regional staff in required safety program and compliance training. Participate in regional safety committee, providing technical knowledge and cultural support Develop rapport with area medical clinics and doctors. Responsible for managing Company's Injury management and return to work program including medical visits, recordability of injuries, and workers comp Identify conditions which could produce accidents and financial losses. Develop, recommend, and implement policy and procedure improvement. Assist with client development, bridging of safety programs and support to proposal preparation Responsible for implementation of safety policies on all Company projects, including field audits, and feedback to project and division managers. Lead incident investigations, write detailed reports with causal factors and action items Document drug testing, site safety audits, SPOTS, THA's and inspections with corrective measures taken. Train site personnel in safety requirements. Responsible for ensuring all employees are educated on the company's Drug and Alcohol policy, commitment to safety, and ensuring job specific training has occurred. Provide guidance and expert advice to project manager and other management personnel on safety programs, systems, and processes to ensure that all site staff is following corporate standards and applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, and standards. Lead incident investigations, write detailed reports with causal factors and action items Identify areas or conditions for safety improvement on job site. Develop accident prevention and loss control systems and program to incorporate into operations. Document drug testing, site safety audits, SPOTS, THA's and inspections with corrective measures taken. Ensure timely follow through and resolution on theft and property loss administration. Provide first aid treatment to injured employees if possible. Ensure timely, complete, and accurate personnel injury reporting and paperwork. Compile, analyze, and prepare job site safety management data and reports for management. Maintain site specific MSDS log book.
3+ years of experience in safety planning and execution. Knowledge of safety practices in the construction and engineering field. Ability to analyze data and implement strategies to maximize safety. Ability to train and motivate team to focus on safety. Well organized with analytical abilities to determine areas for safety improvement. Equivalent work experience in construction or engineering safety, and/or CHST, ASP or OSHA 500 Certified to train OSHA 10 and 30 hour Experience in Petrochemical, Power, Heavy Industrial preferred ISN experience Construction site environment (commercial, industrial, process plants)
Travel is required for this position and may be on remote project sites up to 50% of the time. Possible work shifts of 12 hours, 7 days a week, for extended periods of time. Send resume to Kathleen Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 5, 2015
$90,000 - $130,000
Salt Lake City, UT
This position serves
as a member of the management team for this major manufacturing firm and
effectively leads the Environmental, Health/Safety & Security (EHS&S)
management system for the entire facility. Routinely tours all plants/areas
and proactively identifies opportunities to enhance EHS&S efforts and
results. Successfully collaborates with all site personnel, contractors,
regulators, and corporate staff and provides full spectrum support in the
February 3, 2015
$70,000 - $95,000
Chicago Northwest, IL
Send resume to Kathleen Porter at email@example.com.
January 16, 2015
January 15, 2015
$75,000 - $90,000
St. Louis, MO
Overview: Responsible for implementing and supervising HSES activities while raising employee awareness. Responsible for managing the environmental risk. Responsibilities: Appraise and manage environmental risk in order to guarantee personnel safety, occupational health, and environmental protection. Raise employee awareness to ensure that HSES measures are applied at every level of the organization. Ensure required records, permits, and reports are maintained and prepared according to established guidelines by local, state, and federal agencies. Identify hazardous workplace conditions, perform and document job hazard analysis, and coordinate activities to ensure corrective and preventative actions are implemented. Develop training programs and manage all HSES related reports. Works to create a culture that puts safety first, promotes interest in, and awareness of health, safety, and environmental issues at all levels.
Qualifications: BS degree; MS preferred from 4 year university or college 7+ years relevant work experience 5+ years experience in HSES 1+ year project/client services manager
Skills & Abilities: Effective leadership skills and the ability to work productively in a cross functional team environment Influencing, negotiating and diplomacy skills Strong analytical skills Ability to effectively solve problems and resolve conflicts Organizational skills and is able to prioritize work, develop appropriate time lines and work to deadlines Effective oral and written communication skills Able to travel as required Skills, software knowledge and/or certifications specific to the industry/function Able to manage time and be detail oriented Able to work independently and in a team environment Demonstrate ability to lead, motivate, and positively influence others Demonstrate strong self-initiative and self-teaching.
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 9, 2015
$100,000 - $130,000
Salt Lake City, UT
Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree Environment, Health/Safety
related field. Minimum of 7 year's related experience in a manufacturing
plant or equivalent combination of education and experience. Work experience
in industrial hygiene, behavioral based safety management systems. Experience
conducting Industrial Hygiene surveys, EHS&S audits, ensuring compliance
with EHS regulations
January 5, 2015
$60,000 - $75,000
Operations business is poised for global growth. We are searching for an innovative and enthusiastic Safety Specialist who is strategically focused on driving business results with an aggressive desire for excellence. This individual embodies a can-do and collaborative spirit and is committed to safety. It takes the identification of a fundamental problem, vision to see possible solutions and diverse talent to breath innovative genius. At our company, safety is something we take very seriously. In this critical role, you will support a comprehensive safety and health program designed to eliminate injuries and occupational illnesses and to advance cultural shift around safety. You will act as a consultant on technical and regulatory issues and act as an advocate for the organization. You will leverage your passion for safety and your experience building consensus to act as a change agent with a diverse workforce. You will collaborate with other safety and health professionals both internally and externally to keep current on the latest H&S initiatives and best practices. This position supports both the Plant and the Division and Technical Center in Charleston, SC. You will serve as an advocate, advisor, and consultant to all employees and safety teams. You will effectively market safety and health initiatives and communicate a clear, fresh message to all levels of the organization. You will advance the safety culture through various methods of communication within our plant and Technical Center. You will support programs to ensure compliance with legal and other requirements, OSHA regulations, the corporate safety elements, and applicable aspects of Responsible Care. Analyze safety and health performance to recommend continuous improvement initiatives and safety and health related goals. You will provide support and guidance for industrial hygiene activities, both in production as well as a laboratory environment.
Requirements: A Bachelor's degree in safety and health, science, engineering or related field. Related experience may qualify in lieu of a degree. At least 5 years of comprehensive safety and health experience, including ergonomics, industrial hygiene, training, safety culture building and emergency response, preferably in a chemical manufacturing or related production environment. A competent level of computer skills - including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint are preferred. Excellent communication, consensus building and interpersonal skills are required. Send resume to email@example.com.
January 2, 2015
$80,000 - $115,000 + 15% bonus + profit sharing
Greenville/ Spartanburg, SC
for a dynamic EHS professional who can strategically elevate the safety and
environmental initiatives/ programs to world-class standards for a global
manufacturing leader. Excellent salary, bonus, benefits and relocation.
implement controls to monitor progress of EHS continuous improvement and
compliance for the site. Leverage the data and findings to implement
corrective actions. Lead the training strategies and course curriculum for
the plant site, utilizing corporate tools and lean standards. Work in collaboration with the Risk
Management Department on the tactical development and deployment of loss prevention
(Fire and WC) strategies. Ensure
regulatory compliance, and safety risks are adequately managed for capital
projects. Effectively implement the change management. Provide guidance,
interpretation and verification for KPI's. Perform analysis of data
(including behaviors, near miss and first aid cases) to identify trends and
set targets/ proactive action plans to improve performance.
January 2, 2015
$90,000-$100,000 /yr. 10% bonus
Required Experience: Bachelor's degree, preferably environmental or chemical 0-2 year's environmental experience desired must have Air Background Knowledge of state, local and U.S. Government regulations (OSHA, EPA, etc.) Position requires effective organizational skills, time management skills and communication skills Job Description This position provides environmental support to the plant on air, water and waste issues. It also monitors and maintains environmental programs as assigned to insure compliance in accordance with federal/state/local regulations. Key resource for monitoring the daily compliance of site Consent Decree. Assist with the monitoring of all environmental aspects of the plant operation and works to ensure that the facility remains in compliance with federal and state regulations.
Responsible for assisting in the gathering and preparation of required reports to federal and state agencies and for the maintenance of such records and files. Is a resource to plant operations to address daily environmental concerns. Responsible to ensure compliance of Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC), Storm water Pollution Prevention, Title V Air Permit, NPDES Permit, and Risk Management Plans (RMP) as required. Participates in training, stack testing and working with outside services as necessary to maintain compliance with environmental regulations. Performs incident investigations and reports for environmental incidents. Performs refresher training to plant personnel on key permit guidelines to maintain compliance. Works closely with operations in monitoring daily key parameters to ensure compliance. Assist with environmental capital projects as assigned. Works to assist with compliance of site PSM /RMP programs. REPORTS TO: Manager, Environment Health & Safety. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated March 9, 2014 – Still Recruiting
$100,000 - $130,000
Salt Lake City, UT
position serves as a member of the management team and effectively leads the Environmental,
Health/Safety & Security (EHS&S) management system for the entire
facility. Routinely tours all plants/areas and proactively identifies
opportunities to enhance EHS&S efforts and results. Successfully
collaborates with all site personnel, contractors, regulators, and corporate
staff and provides full spectrum support in the EHS&S effort.
Uphold and promote Integrity, Respect, Collaboration, Value Creation and High Performance. Lead, participate in, support and train on Incident Investigations (Apollo - Incident Investigation System). Safety, Health and Environmental Culture improvement through developing site priorities, progress and communications. Ensure compliance with environmental, health and safety regulations. Report required information to regulatory agencies and the corporate office.
and maintain worker's compensation, training, industrial hygiene and safety
records. Implementation and maintenance of American Chemistry Council
Responsible Care management system and associated certification
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