EHS Specialist II (Spencer, IN)
About the role:
The person in this role will be responsible for developing, implementing, and monitoring policies and procedures to ensure that the company meets and complies with all applicable regulations pertaining to Environmental Health and Safety (EHS). Assures appropriate corrective action is taken where health and safety hazards exist. Works with all departments to develop sustainable solutions. Conducts training of employees in hazardous materials handling, emergency response, industrial hygiene, safety, etc. Evaluates work-related injuries according to worker’s compensation laws and other regulations.
Your responsibilities will include:
• Provides general support to EHS Function across all operations.
• Problem solves and provides engineering solutions to improve EH&S.
• Works with all departments to improve efficiencies.
• Maintain EHS programs and participates in new program development and implementation.
• Works with all levels of the organization to identify and control environmental health and safety risks.
• Performs day to day activities to maintain compliance with safety and environmental regulations.
• Support management of the Workers’ Compensation program, and pro-actively work to reduce workplace injury frequency and severity rates.
• Drives initiatives to influence EH&S culture.
• Participates with internal and external EH&S compliance audits, self-assessments, and inspections throughout the facilities.
• May be required to coordinate and deliver EHS related training.
• Support injury preventions.
• Actively work to maintain ISO 14001 certification at the facility.
• Communicate effectively across the organization and work independently to drive improvement of EHS programs.
• Bachelor’s degree
• Lean/six sigma training and experience
• Experience with fixture design and realization
• Knowledge of safety and environmental management systems (ISO 14001, ISO 45001, OHSAS 18001)
• Knowledge of injury prevention programs (ergonomic, lock-out/tag-out, electrical safety)
• Knowledge of risk assessments.
• Bachelor’s degree in engineering
• Professional safety certification (CSP or ASP)
• Experience with AutoCAD and use of 3-D printer
• OSHA 30-hour training.
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