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EHS Manager

Job Description EHS Manager   SUMMARY: This is a key position managing the EHS Activities for 2-4 manufacturing locations.   Communicates regulatory expectations, and ensures all plants are in compliance with current regulations and forthcoming regulatory changes. Oversees implementation of EHS program within the area of responsibility, and audits current work practices and create reports to document areas of improvement. Conduct or ensure people are trained in all areas of EHS in plants (MSD's, 02 levels, hearing, eye protection,, etc.). Internal consultant for air permitting, waste management program and environmental procedures development. Develops training plans and related safety alerts based upon needs of the organization. Implements EHS recognition programs and metrics coordination. Contributes during accident/incident Investigation/Root Cause Analysis, creates OSHA forms. Conduct EHS-related reviews/ Audits/manage equipment and supplies program, and ensure safety committees are meeting and meaningful. Provides Emergency Response and coordination. Provides EHS support for training and employee awareness. Participates in corporate initiatives and program development as required. Reviews and communicates compliance in the form of monthly reports for training, EHS assessments, and other leading indicators.  Ensures all Workers Compensation Claims are handled appropriately, including medical billing. Participates in state Worker's comp meetings.   Skill Set/Knowledge/Expertise:   Bachelor's degree in safety, environmental sciences or engineering preferred 3 years EHS industry experience in a manufacturing environment. 3 years experience auditing plant safety, hearing, and other EHS issues in manufacturing, including Safety program/committee administration, Knowledge of OSHA, HASMAT, MSD, Fire, and Safety/Ergonomics, personal protection, LOTO issues in plants. Knowledge of state and federal health and safety regulations and their impact on operations.  Knowledge of Worker's comp, and typical Medical ramifications as it relates to insurance. Knowledge of the safe work behaviors and interpretation of EHS data. 2 years experience developing training materials and delivering training on EHS related activities. Travel to multiple facilitiesrequired
Salary Range: $80K - $90K
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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