EHS Technician (Indianapolis)


Corteva Agriscience has an exciting opportunity for a Second Shift EH&S technician to join our team to ensure our operations run safely within our facilities at our Crop Protection headquarters in Indianapolis, IN.

  • Interpret and provide information on laws, regulations, and company policies and procedures.
  • Administer safety programs, conduct employee training and complete risk management assessments in the areas of safety, occupational health, and hazardous waste management.
  • Support location in record-keeping of Occupational Safety & Health programs.
  • Safety/Loss Prevention: Review, interpret and implement the Corteva safety, loss prevention and occupational health programs for compliance with applicable local and regional EH&S regulations.
  • Develop and implement department specific safety policies/programs.
  • Review facility operations and consult with Risk Management, site safety committee, EH&S networks and employees to identify unsafe working conditions and develop appropriate controls or alternatives.
  • Assist location management with interpretation and implementation of all facets of risk management work.
  • Provide EH&S “energy” to the department, demonstrated by frequent and consistent communication about the importance of safety & risk management efforts.

Qualifications/Requirements: What expertise have you grown? What do you bring to the table?

  • You have a High School Diploma or GED.
  • You are able to work 2nd shift, daily.
  • You have 2-4+ years of facilities or production safety, manufacturing safety, or other safety related experience (equivalent relevant experience and education will be considered).
  • You are able to operate specialized safety equipment and alarms, plus access and audit a wide variety of safety conditions including elevated areas, crawl spaces, machinery safety, etc.
  • You have excellent teamwork and communication skills.
  • With your coaching & leadership skills, you are able to build trust and rapport with employees to achieve a strong safety culture.
  • You have a high-level computer abilities.
  • You have a high attention to detail so you can maintain awareness of existing and proposed safety codes/regulations and company guidelines plus maintain as well as analyze appropriate data.
  • You are a proactive problem-solver, able to make decisions in time sensitive conditions.


  • You have a Two-year technical diploma/degree or equivalent.
  • You have OSHA 10-hr or 30-hr training certification.
  • You’ve gone through Program Management & Training: Thorough understanding of record keeping requirements, incident reporting, incident investigation, and timeframes for each program.
  • You are trained on Workplace Safety: Knowledge of First Aid, CPR, and AED skills and certification; thorough knowledge of safety regulations
  • You are trained on Occupational Health: Thorough knowledge of basic industrial hygiene and occupational health hazards and regulations
  • You are trained on Fire Prevention & Response: Understanding of fire codes, standards, and regulations. (fire detection & alarm system testing and maintenance, flammable liquid storage, hot work permits, etc.)
  • You are aware of Environmental Regulations: Awareness of applicable environmental policies, standards, guidelines, regulations, and local requirements. (spill containment, facility waste stream & disposal requirements, etc.

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