• Initiates and coordinates all site Environmental, Health, and Safety activities and provides technical guidance
• Aids in the establishment and attainment of site EHS goals, objectives, targets, and KPIs
• Reviews, updates and develops site specific EHS programs, policies, procedures; develops and administers required EHS training for all site associates
• Administers and manages the Behavior-based Safety Observation Program; promoting positive employee relations and safe behaviors
• Assists with incident and injury reporting and investigations. Classifies and analyzes incidents for trends and initiates corrective actions for the further reduction of incidents. Maintains OSHA 300, 300A, 301 logs.
• Provide daily EHS floor support for process and personnel to assist in development of best practices, performs inspections for identification and control of hazards, maintains regulatory inspection readiness
• Coaches and provides mentorship to departmental leadership in the execution of their EHS responsibilities and accountabilities
• Provides support for the development of Job Hazard Analysis, Risk Management and Mitigation, Emergency Response Planning and Fire Prevention
• Maintains environmental, health and safety records for the plant, to include: Employee EH&S Training, Job Hazard Analyses, Material Safety Data Sheets, Noise Surveys, Air Sampling Results, Manifests of Hazardous Waste
• Completes and submits required weekly and monthly KPI reports to the Corporate EHS Manager
• Completes monthly and quarterly environmental reports, permit renewals, and other environmental reporting to maintain compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations, including but not limited to: Title V (Air Permit), SARA Tier II, Spill Prevention Controls and Countermeasures (SPCC), Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program (SWPPP), Industrial Waste Water, DOT Hazardous Waste Shipping, Underground Storage Tanks, Process Safety Management (PSM)
• Establishes and maintains relationships with local EH&S agencies (i.e. police and fire departments, IDEM, IOSHA)
• Deploys SAC Global and North American standards and programs at the local site and participates in program reviews and best practice sharing across sites
• Education: High School diploma or equivalent required, Bachelor’s degree preferred
• Work Experience: Minimum of 5 years of work experience in manufacturing environments, either in EH&S or Operational roles
• Working knowledge of federal, state and local EPA/IDEM and OSHA regulations
• Language Ability:
• Math Ability:
• Reasoning Ability:
• Computer Skills:
• Travel Requirements: Ability to travel as required at least fifty (15%) percent of the time, local and / or domestic.
• Other: Understanding and knowledge of production processes and procedures; Strong leadership, training, and written/oral communication skills; Ability to influence without authority.
• Sitting or standing for extended periods of time up to 8-hours.
• Must be able to lift 20 to 40 pounds.
• Reading computer screen or other electronic devices.
• Use of various office hand and electrical tools or equipment.