The Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager will ensure compliance with applicable requirements for the facility and administer all EHS programs. This person will be responsible for regulatory compliance, training, continuous improvement, promoting a safety culture, providing leadership to a team, and ensure strong partnerships internally. This person will serve as the primary facility EHS resource for facility management, corporate EHS, and external stakeholders. This position has direct responsibility for developing and overseeing safety training programs, safety incident investigation and reporting, administration of facility permits, and supervisory responsibility for facility air emission control and wastewater treatment systems.
- Maintain up-to-date knowledge of EHS requirements. Address program changes as necessary to comply with regulatory requirements. Determine applicability of new EHS requirements and assess the impact of the changes on the facility. Disseminate information on EHS matters within facility and to corporate. Develop and oversee training programs to satisfy EHS requirements.
- Ensure the facility’s air emission control and wastewater treatment system are properly operated and maintained in compliance with requirements. Improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the systems as needed.
- Complete and file mandatory EHS reports.
- Participate in Corporate EHS Management System implementation, including completion of all facility-specific reporting.
- Provide technical expertise in sampling and analysis methods to conform with regulatory requirements. Provide industrial hygiene and safety engineering services.
- Address regulatory concerns/questions from CTS personnel.
- Regularly engage with operational leadership; communicate and coordinate ongoing safety and housekeeping initiatives.
- Provide direction and leadership in the implementation of the ISO 14001 International Standard.
- Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Hygiene, Safety, Chemistry, Environmental or related Engineering or Physical Sciences or related discipline (or a combination of formal education, training, and experience).
- Minimum of 4 years job related experience in a Manufacturing EHS role with 2 years experience in a managerial/supervisory capacity leading an EHS programs.
- Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Certified Safety Professional (CSP), or other related accreditation preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Maintain up-to-date knowledge of EHS requirements applicable to facility.
- Disseminate internal and external information on EHS matters.
- Provide training programs to satisfy applicable EHS requirements, including personal protective equipment, employee blood lead testing, hazard communication, and fire safety procedures.
- Develop EHS training material and maintain required training records.
- Determine applicability and impact of new EHS requirements to facility; consult with facility management on the impact of operational changes to facility’s EHS compliance.
- Facilitate risk assessment at the location to identify EHS hazards and develop strategies for mitigation.
- Drive and promote zero EHS incident culture throughout the site.
- Working knowledge of CAA, CWA, RCRA, CERCLA, DOT, OSHA and associated state requirements. Technical understanding of air/water treatment. General understanding of ISO9001 and ISO14001
- Analyze and determine appropriate solution from several alternatives. Prioritize work as necessary.
- Work independently with little oversight. Proven record of developing and implementing new ideas/methodologies
- Short and long-term project management skills and program/department development.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills essential.