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Industrial Hygienist (Ghent, KY)

Summary
The Industrial Hygienist will drive the advancement of industrial hygiene programs and practices in client’s operations. You will streamline the procedures necessary to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control occupational exposures to chemical, physical, and biological stressors to client’s employees. In collaboration with other members of management, lead the team in the implementation and management of a comprehensive occupational risk assessment strategy to ensure all potential workplace exposures are characterized and effectively controlled. 

Job Details

  • Plan, conduct, and direct the implementation and maintenance of the industrial hygiene program to ensure OSHA requirements are met.
  • Provide industrial hygiene support throughout the plant; identify potential exposure where sampling should be conducted to determine employee exposure.
  • Provide structured reports and other written communications of assessments to engage all levels of management to be proactive in managing potential exposures.
  • Maintain the company’s industrial hygiene programs and policies and ensure OSHA requirements are met.
  • Develop sound sampling strategies and conduct sampling based on sound methodology and recognized methods.
  • Develop and modify industrial hygiene-related training. 
  • Work with the laboratory to verify sampling methods are correct and testing methods are recognized.  
  • Use independent judgment and work closely with the management team.
  • Work with all departments to provide technical guidance and corrective actions to reduce employee exposure to air contaminants.  
  • Review, evaluate, and document sampling results.  
  • Calibrate sampling equipment and conduct sampling throughout the facility.  
  • Act as a resource for employees who have questions on hazardous chemicals and provide employees with sampling results. 
  • Interface with Local, State and Federal regulatory agencies as necessary
  • Management and train employees in Industrial Hygiene Sampling and documentation. 

 Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Hygiene, Health Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Occupational Health and Safety, or Public Health
  • 5+ years of experience practicing as an Industrial Hygienist or EHS professional in a manufacturing setting.
  • Certifications – Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)
  • Strong written/verbal communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills

For more information contact Sam Falbo at samfalbo@fdrsafety.com.

EHS Manager (West Lafayette, IN)

The EHS Manager leads the University’s Indianapolis EHS office and serves as liaison with Purdue’s West Lafayette subject matter experts, Indiana University’s EHS management and staff, and federal, state, and local regulatory agencies. The EHS Manager directs the development, implementation, and maintenance of campus EHS programs and safety management systems, including laboratory safety, hazardous materials management, and occupational safety.  You will advise University personnel regarding the development and implementation of regulatory strategy, potential areas of regulatory concern, and new government/regulatory developments. You will also consult with administration, managers, department heads, employees, and the campus community to identify problems and develop solutions and improvements to create and maintain quality EHS standards and a safe campus environment. 

What We’re Looking For:

Education and Experience Needed:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Hygiene, Environmental, Occupational Health & Safety Engineering, Hazardous Materials Management, Biology, Chemistry, or closely related field preferred
  • Six (6) years of experience in a comprehensive occupational safety program is required
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered

Preferred:

  • Experience in a university or research environment 
  • Certification in a nationally recognized EHS organization (CSP, CIH, CHMM, etc.) 
  • Experience using leading indicators and data to identify issues, tell the employee safety story, and measure performance 

Skills Needed:

  • Knowledge of:
    • OSHA, EPA standards, federal, state and local regulations 
    • worker’s compensation benefits is desired 
  • Must have the ability to develop and maintain, effective working relationships, mutual trust and respect with others
  • Must have high ethical and professional behavior standards
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills are required
  • A strong commitment to customer service and Administrative Operations goals is essential
  • Ability to:
    • interpret laws and policies is required
      • make data-driven decisions The ability to achieve consensus and a record of enhancing the safety culture is necessary
        • work 2nd and 3rd shift at times is necessary
  • Subject to 24 hr. call-back

About Us:

Purdue University in Indianapolis is Purdue’s first comprehensive urban campus. Maximizing the city of Indianapolis’s unique strengths, Purdue Indy will position our students, faculty, and staff in close proximity to top business and leading industries, providing new and unique executive education and internship opportunities. In response to the strong need expressed by central Indiana business and community leaders for more highly skilled talents in science, technology, engineering, and health care disciplines, we will ambitiously grow enrollment to establish a new pipeline of Boilermaker talent to our capital city. As an extension of the residential West Lafayette campus, Purdue Indy will have multiple locations throughout the city of Indianapolis.

For more information visit EHS Manager.

Site Safety Representative (Indianapolis)

GENERAL DESCRIPTION (SUMMARY)
Seeking construction site safety representatives with at least 5 years practical experience in a fast paced, self-directed environment. Ability to successfully interact with all levels of construction personnel is a must.
Multiple positions available. Past training experience required. OSHA 510 certification or equivalent prerequisite required and OSHA 500 certification a plus. With several positions available, local and regional positions exist. The location of the work could potentially require applicants to temporarily relocate to the area where work will be conducted and extended stay facilities will be provided. Technical degree, transcripts, references, and sample of technical writing will be required.
Our company is a 24+ year national consulting group.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (include the following, but are not limited to)
• Develop and maintain the expertise to provide instruction in technical areas of safety training.
• Perform site safety audits, complete comprehensive report of findings, including corrective plans and recommendations to ensure compliance.
• Prepare detailed reports of findings using appropriate forms, diagrams, photos and narratives to provide a clear understanding of exposures.
• Examine work sites to identify hazards in the workplace and on work sites and look for sources of potential injury to those at or near location.
• Conduct OSHA compliance and safety assessments.
• Project management to ensure project goals are met as well as technical excellence, quality and client satisfaction.
• Perform accident and injury investigations to identify safety violations and determine root cause and corrective actions.
• Manage client relationships and services on an ongoing basis.
• Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
• A Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety or related field of study with 5 years of experience OR 10 years of relevant safety experience without a degree.
• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Ability to develop professionally prepared technical report and documents.
• Knowledge of Construction OSHA (29 CFR §1926) standards and regulations.

For more information visit Site Safety Representative.