Safety/EHS /Environmental Engineering Jobs




Sr. Manager EHS, to 120K + 40% bonus, Orangeburg, SC


WHAT THIS COMPANY OFFERS YOU:
Comprehensive Benefits and Salary Program – This role eligible for Bonus
Part of the management team
Chance to be part of a proud team manufacturing award winning products recognized world wide


THE ROLE YOU WILL PLAY:  
This is an opportunity to be part of the management team for one of the largest manufacturers in SC. The Senior Manager EHS is responsible for implementing safety and environmental programs with to achieve long-term accident / illness prevention, environmental responsibility and awareness, employee health and safety awareness and to drive a Safety First culture. This individual will manage 2-3 EHS professionals and up to 3 EHS admin / nurse roles
Lead all environmental Health and safety programs to ensure regulatory compliance and to reduce workplace hazards and control losses due to accidents, injuries, or illnesses.
Develop and administer the budget for EHS, manage vendors’ safety program for EHS and PPE. Ensure evaluation of, and reporting on, Supplier Quality systems
Analyze and trend observation data from production areas.
Serve as a “Voice for Safety”
Develop and evaluate the written EHS policies and programs
Administer the Safety training program for all employees
Drive a constant continuous improvement in human, equipment, chemical, and facility safety and housekeeping
Drive EHS framework and engage site leadership to pursue and attain VPP certification
Facilitate and lead plant wide cross functional EHS tams
Lead and facilitate Company’s Sustainability and Zero Landfill Initiative.  Oversee the recycle contractor with accountability of waste streams, budgets and performance.
Prepare, update, and maintain all required EHS reports, regulatory agency submittals, and operating permits while ensuring the EHS records system is current and accurate
Responsible for identification and submission of all permit requirements, hazardous waste programs and to ensure that hazardous wastes are stored and transported in accordance with applicable rules and regulations.
Conduct and coordinate regulatory compliance audits
Administer and maintain ISO14001 certification
Administer and maintain Star Certification under the OSHA voluntary protection Program
Conduct training in support of any new EHS initiatives
Complete incident investigations and regularly perform site hazard assessments and workplace ergonomic analysis
Work closely with HR and Operations to decrease Workers’ Compensation claims and costs
Develop and lead programs to reduce work related incidents, injuries, and illnesses
Active Member of the Plant Leadership Team
Ensure proper Housekeeping and overall shift organization including audits and responses
 
 BACKGROUND PROFILE:
Minimum of twelve (12) years of Manufacturing / EHS experience with a minimum of ten (10) years in a leadership position in a manufacturing environment with a strong safety culture and demonstrated safety results
Bachelor’s degree required, Masters preferred with EHS certifications
Ability and previous experience for implementing of a process based safety investigation program
Good understanding of ergonomic principles
Hands-on and Strategic Leadership ability – a collaborative leadership style
Performance oriented, focused, and results driven
Good understanding of OSHA Safety and Environmental regulations applicable to a manufacturing operation
Strong Lean Manufacturing background and the ability to work in a matrix reporting environment
Good communication skills – both oral and written, and the ability to work with different levels of employees
Computer skills to include, but not limited to Word, Excel, and Access

Environmental Engineer, Monticello, AR to 110K
Plant Environmental Engineer 
Degree:  BS Environmental, Engineering or related technical degree
Years of Experience: 5+
Compensation: $95,000-$110,000based on experience plus 5% annual target bonus
Location:  Monticello, Arkansas area (relocation assistance will be offered with this position)
Must have at least 5years of plant environmental compliance background with technical expertise in wastewater treatment systems and waste management.  Paper industry experience highly preferred but not required. 
This position will provide technical guidance for the operation of a wastewater treatment system and onsite landfill (waste management).  The Environmental Engineer role will be a member of the Environmental Department and report into the Plant Environmental Manager.  The facility employs approximately (400) employees).    
Additional duties will involve interacting with plant personnel communicating environmental requirements, identify compliance issues, implement compliance requirements and act as a technical resource (inspections and audits); Participate in internal/external environmental and management system audits with focus on continuous improvement; Project management - manages regulatory consulting initiatives in conjunction with the site engineering department, suppliers and contractors. 
Key Requirements include:
5years of plant environmental expertise in areas of wastewater treatment and waste management
Bachelor degree in Engineering, Environmental or related technical field
Strong technical skill set including environmental management systems and environmental permitting


EHS Manager, Indianapolis, IN to 100K

The Company
Our Company is a fast-growing family oriented company operating primarily in the automotive industry.  The company believes that team members throughout the organization must have a strong work ethic and buy into the company values and mission.
The safety manager is the site wide leader in the implementation of safety and environmental systems as well as the maintenance of those systems.  This position requires a professional versus someone who is learning safety and environmental

Activities:
Develops, implements, and monitors company environmental protection, occupational health and safety programs and policies to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local environmental, health, and safety regulations. Interacts with a variety of departments, conducts EHS training, monitors environmental compliance and acts as liaison with appropriate regulatory agencies. Performs periodic safety inspections, monitors hazardous waste removal activities and recommends corrective action where environmental health and safety hazards exist.
Qualifications:
Requirements (Consider the required knowledge, skills, abilities, behaviors, and/or equipment)
1.    Bachelor’s Degree
2.    2+ years of safety management experience and OSHA knowledge required
3.    Working knowledge of ISO14001 Standards desired
4.    3+ years of administrative experience in a manufacturing environment
5.    Strong Interpersonal skills
6.    Negotiation Skills
7.    Good Organizational skills
8.    Demonstrated initiative
9.    Willingness to learn new things
10.    Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite


Responsibilities:
Safety and Occupational health
Conduct Safety Orientation for all employees including agency temporaries
Responsible for OSHA reporting and monthly business Key Performance Indicator metrics
Work with the plant leadership team on the development and communication of safety related policies and procedures
Work with the operations team to conduct a timely investigation of all work place accidents and near misses. Follow the 8D process to Identify root causes of accidents and near misses and help to identify a plan to prevent similar incidents.
Provide ongoing safety training to the organization.
Determine the most appropriate PPE to use by plant personnel and maintain adequate supply
Partner with Human Resources in the management of worker’s compensation administration and plant light duty program.
Coordinate internal and external safety audits to help identify potential workplace hazards and correct them before accidents occur. Track implementation of recommendations to completion.
Develop and coordinate the safety incentive program.
Environmental protection
Ensure that provisions of the Environmental Management System are established, maintained, and implemented in accordance with ISO14001 Standards.
Supervise and participate in the preparation of HSE procedures, manuals, audits, and reports.
Oversee environmental permit applications.
Maintain a current regulatory calendar, and ensure the timely preparation of required reports.
Oversee and direct hazardous and specialty waste management system to insure timely disposal at permitted waste disposal facilities, and submittal of waste disposal information.

Safety Manager, Milwaukee or Madison, WI to 98K
Qualifications: 
Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health & Safety or related field is required.
5-7years’ experience in Health and Safety managing and implementing programs.
Must have extensive experience in OSHA, MSHA and DOT.
Excellent written and oral communication skills are required. Strong presentation skills are required.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and other business software applications is required.
The ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality is required.
Ability to travel up to 50%
Can be based in Milwaukee or Madison, WI


Job Description: 
Company Overview:


Off Road Equipment dealer, prime and stand-by power systems, parts and service, compact construction, and rental equipment for major portions of Illinois, Missouri, the entire state of Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We have been in business for 100years.
Responsibilities
Develop/Implement overall safety strategy to drive results.
Investigate industrial accidents, injuries, or occupational diseases to determine causes and preventive measures; to determine how such accidents might be prevented in the future and to report or review findings from accident investigations, facilities inspections, or environmental testing.
Responsible for the development of comprehensive, site-specific Health and Safety policies and procedures, analysis of comprehensive Hazard Analyses, Health and Safety training programs to address site-specific operational and safety functions.
Maintain and apply knowledge of current policies, regulations, and industrial processes.
Inspect facilities, machinery, and safety equipment to identify and correct potential hazards, and to ensure safety regulation compliance.
Conduct or coordinate worker training in areas such as safety laws and regulations, hazardous condition monitoring, and use of safety equipment.
Review employee safety programs to determine their adequacy.
Interview employers and employees to obtain information about work environments and workplace incidents.
Interpret safety regulations for others interested in industrial safety such as safety engineers, labor representatives, and safety inspectors.
Maintain liaisons with outside organizations such as fire departments, mutual aid societies, and rescue teams, so that emergency responses can be facilitated.
Recommend measures to help protect workers from potentially hazardous work methods, processes, or materials.
Inspect and evaluate workplace environments, equipment, and practices, in order to ensure compliance with safety standards and government regulations.
Verify that safety equipment is available to employees, and monitor their use of such equipment to ensure proper fit and use.
Prepare and review specifications and orders for the purchase of safety equipment, ensuring that proper features are present and that items conform to health and safety standards.
Prepare documents to be used in legal proceedings, testifying in such proceedings when necessary.
Must work with OSHA, MSHA, and other pertinent federal and state regulatory agencies.
Manages and implements Supervisor and Manager Health and Safety program, and Workers Compensation. Will conduct site specific safety audits, and manage audit reporting.
Actively participate in Operations and Corporate site Health and Safety promotions.

EHS Director, Philadelphia, PA to 160K
Director EHS
 
JOB DESCRIPTION:
Global manufacturing company seeks a Director of EHS. This person will be responsible for the development and implementation of Safety, Health, and Environmental programs for 8 manufacturing plants world-wide.
Will be responsible for overseeing all regulatory compliance for the corporation.
Implement and administer corporate environmental and safety policies, procedures, and programs.
Directly oversee regulatory compliance for the company and provide consulting support to facilities on an as needed basis.
Periodically travel to company facilities worldwide to audit compliance with the corporate environmental and safety program, and to provide assistance in complying with local safety programs and foreign government regulations
 
REQUIREMENTS:
BS Safety, Environmental, Engineering or related.
10years EHS management experience.
Experience with international EHS programs.
Ability to travel 25%.
CSP preferred.


EHS Director, Los Angeles, CA to 170K

Leading Biopharmaceutical Company looking for a talented Head of EHS. This role is at the Director level.

This individual will act as the management representative in the areas of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) for the LA facility.  Develop, implement and administer all applicable environmental and occupational health management systems and policies. Provide compliance with all federal, state and local environmental and safety regulations. Act as primary liaison with external regulatory agencies.
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide overall leadership, coaching and support to EHS Staff. Influence and direct employees at all levels of organization to achieve and maintain a strong culture of safety in a fast paced manufacturing environment. • Evaluate and act upon new environmental and safety regulations; Including Federal, State and/or City regulations. • Manage Occupational Health Program working with onsite Occ Health Services Vendor. This includes appropriate interfaces with corporate, human resource and legal representatives.
In collaboration with plant management, lead the development and implementation of management systems and site procedures concerning environmental, health, safety and security using the ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standards.
Monitor and direct the facility regarding new environmental permits related to operations and construction.
Consistently look for ways to manage and improve site waste management practices and strategies and other cost savings or process improvements.
Serve as primary contact for regulatory agencies such as EPA and OSHA for inspections.
Define, maintain and manage the plant emergency management procedures to assure preparedness and organized management of crisis situations.
Qualifications
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Demonstrated effectiveness addressing employees at all levels of the organization, either individually or in large group settings.
Incumbent must be able to communicate effectively in informal settings as well as through formal presentations.
Must be able to organize and prioritize work both personally and functionally.
Ability to work independently, meet requirements and deadlines from multiple stakeholders and execute tasks strategically in a fast paced manufacturing environment.
Education and/or experience:
B.S. Degree in Environmental, Safety or related field required, preferred M.S. Degree in Environmental or Safety Engineering or Technology
Minimum of 7-10 years’ experience. Must be highly conversant in EPA, OSHA, and DOT regulations. Must be experienced with ISO 14001 and OSHA 18001 EHS Management Systems.
Must hold a registered professional certification in the environmental or safety field (I.e. CHMM, CSP, or CIH).
Experience in a high profile leadership position acting as the primary management representative.


EHS Director, Bakersfield, CA to 150K + bonus
Responsibilities:
Providing leadership, vision and technical expertise in the area of occupational safety;
Advising management on loss control and risk reduction strategies;
Providing supervision and direction of the daily EHS functions in Texas, Mexico and California;
Approving and procuring EHS for Waste Characterization and Disposal, PPE, Noise Testing, Training Resources, and other EHS vendors;
Ensuring compliance with all applicable Federal, State and Local regulatory requirements.
Education:   4-year degree required; Occupational Safety or related disciplines preferred.
 
Required Skills:
10+ years of relevant occupational safety experience;
Fluency in English and Spanish is required;
ISO14001, OHSAS 18001 or VPP systems and their implementation;
Federal regulations for industry EPA, OSHA, DOT, NFPA, etc.;
Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Safety & Health Manager (CSHM) or other applicable certifications.
Non-union, English/Spanish bilingual required, will have 6 direct reports, Reports to Sr. Director of Technical Services.


EHS Manager, Jackson, TN to 115K
Our EHS Manager leads the safety efforts in our manufacturing plant.  You must lead our journey to zero injuries and minimize the risk of adversely impacting the communities where we live.
You are the leader who provides technical expertise to all levels of the organization and ensures compliance with all safety policies and regulations.

10+ years of experience leading Health & Safety programs within a manufacturing environment.
Experience managing a Process Safety Management Program.
Experience with OSHA 18001, ISO14001, and ANSI Z10 protocols.
Bachelor degree in Safety Management, Environmental or Occupational Health and Safety, Engineering, Chemistry, or other related degree required.  
Master degree in Safety Management, Environmental or Occupational Health and Safety, or other related degree, preferred.
Holds or is working toward appropriate professional designation, i.e., Certified Safety Professional – CSP.
A proven ability to effectively lead and manage in a complex, multi-faceted, and matrixed role.
Experience in food processing, or other FDA regulated industries is preferred.
Workers Compensation experience preferred.
Environmental Compliance experience preferred.


EHS Manager, Savannah, GA to 100K
Our client, a specialty chemical manufacturer and leader in their market, requires an experienced chemical industry EHS professional to manage all their EHS and Regulatory Affairs efforts at their manufacturing facility in Savannah, GA. The successful candidate will be responsible for the leadership and development, communication, implementation and monitoring of safety and environmental programs for the site. 

Responsibilities:
Identify applicable EHS regulations and risks and implement systems to ensure compliance.
Facilitate, lead and embody EHS commitment to all employees on site as well as the greater community. 
Deliver timely technical support in the areas of regulatory compliance, reporting, testing, data management, enforcement action response and regulatory agency mediation. 
Utilize appropriate tools, programs and initiatives to ensure all permit terms and conditions are met. 
Identify, engage and utilize appropriate industry consultants and contractors as necessary. 
Proactively work to reduce risk via data collection and analysis. 
Manage all EHS related documents and contracts for the site. 
Stay current with relevant industry regulations, issues, technology and tools.  
Collaborate with Operations, Planning, Engineering, Legal, Senior Management and Corporate EHS functions to achieve site goals and objectives. 
Lead members of the EHS and Regulatory affairs team, including direct reports.  
Requirements:
Bachelor of Science in EHS studies, Engineering or related field. 
At least 4years experience applying EHS management systems in a chemical manufacturing facility. 
Demonstrated expertise in relevant chemical industry Environmental, Health and Safety regulations. 
A "hands on", proactive approach to implementing and leading EHS policy, programs, initiatives and culture. 
Project management experience. 
Experience developing and implementing environmental stewardship programs. 
Understanding of risk management and loss control methodology. 
Ability to successfully collaborate across multiple functions and organizational levels. 
Strong communication skills, both written and oral, with an ability to listen and "connect the dots". 
Demonstrated leadership ability, the ability to supervise direct reports and to influence others to work collaboratively to achieve goals. 
ASP, CSP, PE and other relevant certifications highly desirable. 

EHS Coordinator, Upper Sandusky, OH to 65K
Expanding tier 1 automotive company who is non-union is seeking an EHS Coordinator for their manufacturing plant. The person will be responsible for the daily coordination for Environmental Safety & Health Issues for the plant.  Responsible for plant OSHA and EPA compliance, accident, reporting, and employee training.  Maintain positive employee relations and strive towards a safe and environmentally sound workplace.

RESPONSIB ILITIES:
Daily adherence of OSHA, EPA, and Company regulations and policies. Prepare and write plant ESH policies and procedures. Conduct new employee and refresher training as necessary. Conduct daily plant audits for OSHA and EPA compliance. Monitor internal accident investigations and reporting. Audit and upkeep of plant safety equipment. Assist with annual health testing. Air monitoring and sampling. BSTOP Facilitator and Trainer Manage ISO14001 as EMR (Environmental Management Representative) Lead regular safety committee meetings. Implement and follow up on action item list. Assist with environment permitting, waste disposal and budgeting. Other duties as assigned by the Corporate Director of Environmental Safety & Health & Risk Control

REQUIREMENTS:
 Occupational Safety/Health or Environmental Degree preferred, or equivalent education or experience. Background working in a manufacturing environment. Understanding of OSHA and EPA regulations. ISO14001 experience preferred

Environmental Specialist, Greenville, NC to 90K
Join a world class chemical leader as an Environmental Specialist with responsibility for chemical approvals, spills/release management, water sampling, air stack testing, environmental inspections, and providing environmental representation on Process Hazard Analyses (PHAs) and Pre Startup Safety Reviews (PSSRs).
 
 Responsibilities:
 
 Water quality sampling and analysis: Obtain certifications as required by NCDEQ. Duties include but not limited to sampling NPDES outfalls, Potable and Wastewater system.
 Air Stack Testing: Participate in air stack testing, analyzing samples and preparation of reports.
 Chemicals: Responsible for all the environmental evaluation and approval of all chemicals proposed for use at the facility. Facilitates proper disposal of chemicals that are to be recycled or discarded. Completes chemical inventory reports and assists the Environmental Engineer in development of regulatory reports.
 Chemical Spills and Releases: Responsible for coordinating the inspection and evaluation of spills and releases at the facility. Provides advisement for appropriate clean-up and disposal of materials. Responsible for development and implementation of systems for tracking and reporting incident statistics, evaluating historical data, and facilitating development and implementation of spills reduction initiatives.
 Serves as the plant site environmental contact for Coast Guard and waterfront facility-related activities. Responsible for developing and maintaining the Waterfront Facility Operations Manuals, and the Integrated Contingency Plan. Responsible for facilitating drills and inspections as required by these plans and the Coast Guard.
 Coordinates and facilitates development of the annual environmental refresher training provided to all employees at the facility.
 Develops the environmental topics presented at the weekly Safety Team Leaders meetings and the monthly Contractor Safety meeting.
 Maintains training and provides the following services:  Visible Emissions Evaluator (Opacity), Taproot incident investigation leader, Environmental review of assigned Process Hazard Analyses (PHAs) and Pre Startup Safety Reviews (PSSRs), and DOT Training
 
Qualifications:
 
 Bachelor’s degree in Environmental or Chemical Engineering with 5+ years in a Chemical plant involving chemical approval procedures, spills/release management, waste collection and disposal, and environmental training development.
Extensive knowledge of environmental procedures, statutes, and regulations.


EHS Manager, Los Angeles, CA to 120K
Responsible for leading and managing the facility Environment, Health and Safety process in accordance with the Aerospace business unit and the Corporate EHS strategy.
The incumbent will provide leadership, direction and training to ensure a safe and healthful workplace for employees while ensuring compliance with applicable environmental, healthy, & safety laws and regulations to minimize current and future liabilities.
Evaluates site equipment, systems and work procedures and recommends effective procedures for safe use.
Incumbent must have strong knowledge and experience in the areas of Hazard Communication, LOTO, Machine Guarding, Confined Spaces, Contractor Safety, and Electrical Safety. 
Must have knowledge of industrial hygiene monitoring processes and implement any required engineering controls to reduce or eliminate the potential for employee exposure. 
Assists in preparing required environmental reports in accordance with Federal, State, and Corporate requirements/regulations. 
Develops, reviews, and implements policies and procedures to ensure compliance. 
Active member of the facility Emergency Response Team and Incident Command structure.
Oversees activities of incident investigation, root cause analysis, ergonomic (office and manufacturing), 6S, and site safety teams.
Organizes and maintains the various required EH&S training programs including OSHA, RCRA, and emergency response. 
Oversees all environmental issues in the areas of air, water, and waste.  
Leads Storm Water Pollution Prevention Team as well as understand the requirements for annual reporting. 
Incumbent will interface with outside agency inspectors in the area of Waste Water, Storm Water, AQMD, CUPA, and EPA officials. 
The incumbent is a key member of the plant management staff and participates in key business strategic initiatives, quality initiatives, community communications, and focused efforts with various steering committees. 
Incumbent will maintain and promote measures to prevent any significant adverse effect on employees (TSCA), customers, general population, or the environment and will comply with all applicable laws and regulations relating to Corporate EH&S Policy relating to Safety and the Environment. 
Prepares site EH&S reports and must submit to various agencies in a timely manner.
Coordinates review, approval, and procurement of site PPE.
Complies with Environmental, Health, & Safety requirements and procedures at all times. Performs other tasks as assigned.
 
The incumbent reports directly to the Plant Manager.
 
Requirements:  
The position requires a college degree in Safety and Occupational Health or relevant technical discipline.
The incumbent should have a minimum of 10 years’ experience in related activities. 
Must be DOT/IATA certified in order to sign hazardous waste manifests. 
A CSP and/or CIH certification is highly desirable. 
Strong knowledge of Title V permitting and SCAQMD rules and regulations is a plus.
Excellent communication, analytical, and PC skills are critically important.  Ability to function in complex and ever changing environment which demands timely response to numerous critical issues is required.


EHS Manager, Lancaster, PA to 90K
The EHS Manager will report to the plant manager and will be responsible for all areas of development, administration and enforcement of comprehensive safety, security, health and environmental control programs for a fast-paced manufacturing plant.  
 
Responsibilities will include:
  
Maintaining and improving all safety initiatives 
Promoting and leading the safety plan 
Managing the environmental program 
Developing, conducting and presenting safety training 
Leading safety committee meetings 
Serving as the primary contact for all federal, state and local government related inspections, including ISO14001 compliance 
Maintaining of records and logs related to safety and environmental 
Managing Title V permitting and reporting
Conducting and overseeing accident investigation 
Overseeing worker’s compensation processes 
Maintaining KPIs and expected performance measurables related to safety, health and environmental 
Previous experience in leading safety culture improvements
Administering the 5S program 
Other duties directed by management

Requirements 
 Bachelor’s Degree in a related or technical field 
At least 3-5 years of experience working in a similar EHS role in a manufacturing environment
 background focused primarily in safety
 Strong auditing experience
 solid background with worker's compensation
 Experience creating and administering training
 Microsoft Office products

Plant Environmental Engineer, Rockaway, NJ to 90K
Must have 4+ years of plant environmental experience.  Position will be a member of the site EHS team, report into the Plant EHS Manager and lead all environmental compliance activities for a large, non-union manufacturing plant located in the Rockaway, NJ area.  Must have demonstrated experience with air and water compliance and permitting due to a plant expansion at the facility.   
   
Key Responsibilities of this position include:
Develop and maintain processes and systems to ensure compliance with permits and regulation.
Coach and mentor line personnel in the execution of their environmental accountabilities.
Collect environmental samples and conducts laboratory analysis to verify regulatory compliance.
Compile and submit required environmental reports to Federal, State and Local Regulatory Agencies.
Provide technical assistance in matters concerning chemical storage, usage and disposal.
Lead location waste, recycling and sustainability processes.
Train personnel in the areas of Hazardous Materials, Hazardous Waste and Incidental Spill Response.

Environmental Manager- Chemical industry, Dallas, TX to 140K
Bachelor's degree in Chemical and related Engineering, Chemistry, Environmental Science, or equivalent
10 or more years overall environmental waste experience required
Must have functional computer skills
 
This position is responsible for promulgating and continuously improving a management program to ensure company/facility compliance with solid/hazardous waste related environmental laws and regulations through program/procedural development and training.
 
Specific responsibilities include:
 Provide leadership to the organization in the identification, development and implementation of areas of focus to promote continuous improvement in Recycling of secondary materials, waste minimization and cost reduction in waste disposal management.
 Negotiate RCRA Treatment, Storage and Disposal permit provisions, both during periodic renewal and when modifications are required for expanded/new facilities, with regulatory agencies to obtain timely and cost effective results.
 Develop strategies for and negotiate resolution of solid/hazardous waste related compliance issues and respond to agency inspections/legal actions.
 Provide technical support for recycling projects and waste characterization determinations, including sampling and analytical testing of waste characteristics, as well as QA/QC requirements.
 Participate on facility audit teams and assist facilities in responding to audit action items, and provide regulatory assistance to facilities to improve processes and documentation to demonstrate compliance.
 Participate on Industry association committees responsible for waste and recycling related issues, both at the national and state levels. Assess the impact of proposed regulatory and legislative changes on our products and manufacturing operations and prepare comments on behalf of the company to ensure company impacts and recommendations are recognized and considered by regulators.
 Work closely with remediation teams to minimize costs of remediation of past hazardous substance releases to soil and groundwater at operating facilities, while reducing risks to current operations.
 Assist Supply Chain staff with waste disposal contract negotiations and develop related waste disposal cost reduction projects in conjunction with facility staff.
 Initiate special projects to anticipate and/or respond to solid/hazardous waste and recycling related regulatory issues, e.g. Definition of a Solid Waste, RCRA waste handling issues, Delisting Petitions, Recycling exemptions, Legitimate recycling determinations, etc.
 Provide technical expertise to management, facilities and divisions where a solid waste related issue is expected to have a significant impact. Integrate waste and recycling management planning with air and water quality management programs to assure consistency, capture synergies, manage overlaps and address conflicting requirements.
 Initiate projects to capture synergies in recycling and waste treatment activities across operating facilities, as well as GSH projects to minimize overall company costs and maximize utilization of on-site capabilities.
 Support regulatory approvals for reuse of wastes and secondary materials as products to be utilized by facilities and third party customers, e.g. spent sulfuric acid, light and heavy ends to Catoxid and/or Perc reactors, etc.
 In support of HES&S Department communications, prepare and submit relevant waste and recycling information for company annual reports as well as special reports for community and company advocacy efforts. This includes waste reduction planning, TRI reporting and related release reductions, including those related to process changes at operating facilities.
 Provide periodic training on Waste related topics.
 The company is wanting to hire a subject matter expert in the area of waste management. This position will be responsible for companywide waste disposal both hazardous and nonhazardous waste. Candidate should be well versed in waste and permitting and RCRA closure. Company has waste incinerators and deep well disposal.

EHS Coordinator, Lansing, MI to 80K

Major Tier 1 automotive supplier in the greater Lansing area has immediate opening for an EH&S Coordinator. This is a high-volume metal working, machining and assembly operation with a strong leadership team in place. The EH&S Coordinator will ensure compliance with environmental regulations and ISO-14001, in addition to planning, directing and implementing health & safety programs. The EH&S Coordinator manages the plant's waste handling and disposal activities and also oversees the maintenance of Safety Data Sheets.

Other responsibilities include leading the Employee Safety Committee and directing the Ergonomics program. Will identify EH&S training requirements for employees and ensure timely completion.

Position requires BS degree (Environmental, EH&S, or related field) with at least 3years EH&S experience in manufacturing. This is a hands-on role that requires time to be spent on the production floor developing relationships with both production employees and management to promote a strong culture of safety.




 

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