EHS Leader

Weldon, Carolina del Norte 27890, EE. UU. N.º de req. 1098
martes, 14 de junio de 2022

Environmental Health & Safety Leader 


 This vital staff position, reporting to the Distribution Operations Vice President and the Patch Rubber Company General Manager, leads the Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S), activities of Patch Rubber and the Weldon, NC location.

This role establishes and maintains an environmental health and safety program that meets or exceeds all regulatory requirements and ensures a safe work environment. Provides effective leadership to drive towards a zero-injury culture utilizing a behavior-based approach.

The position deploys site-level EH&S objectives, strategies, policies and metrics consistent and aligned with Myers Industries overall goals and objectives.
 

The position also assures that appropriate investigations, documentation and software systems are updated in a timely manner in support of the environmental control and personnel safety systems.

This includes achieving production, delivery, cost, safety, quality and organizational effectiveness goals for the plant site and corporation.


Responsibilities:
 
  • Develop and implement systems and procedures to ensure that plant operations are in compliance with OSHA and corporate environmental, health & safety (EH&S) standards and policies.
  • Develop and implement site EH&S strategies consistent with corporate long-term plan initiatives.
  • Manage the site EH&S budget, identify, communicate supply chain cost management and Myers plant financial improvement opportunities.
  • Assist in ensuring compliance to all regulatory standards and plant safety policies and procedures.
    • Aids plant manager in facilitating all third party, regulatory, and customer required audits.
    • Identify and address operational and product EH&S issues and improvement opportunities. This includes taking corrective actions and implementing preventative measures.
  • Manages plant self-inspection program, documents and assigns corrective actions accordingly.
    • Utilizes formal safety inspections and surveys to identify risks and opportunities.
    • Participate in plant behavioral safety observations as well as document and trend plant results.
    • Initiates Root Cause Analysis (RCAs) related to environmental control and employee safety.
    • Works cross-functionally with other department heads to complete investigations, RCAs, corrective actions, and other problem solving as needed.
  • Lead site safety review activities for new product and process introductions. Includes project management and management of change processes to ensure successful, safe introductions at plant site.
    • Lead ergonomic assessments of equipment and workstations.
    • Participate in the management of change process for new or modified equipment/processes and in the assessment.
  • Manages facility workplace safety employee training program:
    • Develop and deliver safety training presentations and training for hourly and salaried.
    • Manage and lead EH&S orientation program for new and temporary associates.
  • Manages the site’s hazardous and non-hazardous waste programs.
    • Works directly with chemical suppliers to maintain current list of all processing, maintenance and janitorial chemicals, SDSs, and chemical usage training documentation.
  • Ensure robust personal protective equipment program including equipment selection, requirements, proper use, maintenance and storage.
  • Develop leading indicators for safety performance and lead efforts to improve these key performance indicators.
    • Review and analyze safety related data for trends and identify opportunities to initiate corrective actions.
    • Maintain annual safety improvement plan and action items focused on achievement of the plan.
    • Maintain data associated with EH&S Department and Plant EH&S initiatives.
    • Complete plant EH&S reports on prescribed frequency.
  • Assist in workers compensation claim management and return to work programs.
  • Stays current on regulations and industry standards as it relates to environmental control and occupational health and safety.

Qualifications:
 
  • Associates or bachelor’s degree; required
  • Three years management experience; required
  • Good interpersonal and conflict resolution skills; required
  • Possess strong leadership and managerial skills; required
  • Proficient computer skills and an in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Office; required
  • Lean Manufacturing experience; preferred

Otros detalles

  • Función de trabajo Operations
  • Tipo de pago Salario
Location on Google Maps
  • Weldon, Carolina del Norte 27890, EE. UU.