Manage, develop, administer and implement programs designed to reduce risks and minimize losses associated with employee safety, industrial hygiene, fire protection, environmental issues, and occupational health. Ensure compliance with all Corporate, Divisional, local, state and federal regulations pertaining to Environmental, Health and Safety.
- Responsible for environmental management, monitoring and reporting for the plant.
- Supervises and develops the safety and health departments, including selection/interviewing, performance appraisals, growth plan development, employee relations and administering/communicating all aspects of human resources in the department.
- Develop and conduct safety and environmental training; provide resources to ensure completion of training.
- Interface with Corporate, Division, intraplant and with community organizations/agencies regarding safety, environmental and health issues.
- Initiate and submit the appropriate reports as needed/requested.
- Conduct incident investigations and develop corrective actions.
- Serve as the expert on all safety, environmental and health issues on plant/departmental projects, new equipment installations, product/supply changes, etc.
- Complete RCE reviews.
- Identifies and quantifies EHS risks and their consequences relative to overall business goals and recommends appropriate actions.
- Recognizes and responds to changing trends, market conditions, regulatory legislation, etc.
- Evaluates and integrates the information to define potential effect on the plant.
- This individual must possess sound judgment and problem-solving skill, strong written and verbal communication skills, excellent interpersonal and consulting skills, good organizational and computer skills, consistent customer orientation and a multi-disciplinary function.
- Accountable for payroll and expenses of approximately $410M.
- Responsible for initiation, prioritization and assignment of EHS projects within the facility.
- Responsible for the overall EHS performance of the facility.
- Coordinates the investigation of serious accidents.
- Accountable for internal and external audits and inspections.
- Accountable for the facility EHS plan, site EHS procedure accuracy, effectiveness and implementation.
Qualification & Experience:
4-year degree in Safety, Health, Environmental Science, Technical, related discipline or equivalent experience. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Dayton, OH, US
Application Deadline: N/A