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Safety, Health and Environmental Advisor (Indianapolis)

Posted: Dec 12, 2018

Safety Management Group is a Safety and Environmental Consulting firm that was started by EH&S professionals in 1991 and is still run by EH&S professionals today. We are looking for an additional safety advisor to add to our team. The ideal candidate for this assignment is someone that puts safety at the forefront of their job, makes the client’s needs a priority, works well in a team, is self-managed and is flexible when it comes to change.

For this particular role, our client is looking for a Safety Advisor to work in the Indianapolis, IN area that….

– Is available to work 40 hours per week
– Has strong computer knowledge
– Has 5+ years of Industrial Hygiene experience
– Has proficient knowledge and experience with LO/TO
– Is highly professional
– Has 5+ years working in a pharmaceutical, chemical or laboratory and manufacturing facility
– Is capable of creating programs
– Possess exceptional written and verbal communication skills
– Has a Bachelor’s Degree (in a safety or science field, preferred)
– Has a CSP – Preferred
– Is knowledgeable on chemical hygiene and lab safety
– Will be a strong asset to the client

For more information visit Safety, Health and Environmental Advisor.

Plant Safety Coordinator (Scottsburg, IN)

Posted: Dec 12, 2018

Genpak LLC, a leading manufacturer of disposable foodservice packaging, is seeking to fill the position Plant Safety Coordinator in our Scottsburg Indiana plant.

Core Responsibilities:

• Assist with planning, establishing, implementing and maintaining EHS programs to assure the highest possible degree of safety for employees and protection of property and the environment.
• Assure Genpak facilities comply with applicable city, state and federal environmental, health and safety laws, regulations and standards by providing advice and counsel when necessary.
• Assist in incident investigations and injury management.
• Identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices in the workplace. Conduct and coordinate on-site inspections, as needed, to audit physical conditions and safe work practices. This includes conducting process hazard analyses, job safety analyses, risk assessments and personal protective equipment assessments.
• Assist in the development of controls for identified hazards. Coordinate the implementation of controls. Measure and evaluate the effectiveness of the hazard control system, policies, and procedures and recommend changes that reflect improved opportunities to eliminate work place incidents and injuries.
• Assist in the development of specialized education and training materials. Conduct specialized environmental, health and safety and training and train-the-trainer programs, as needed.
• Lead safety committee meetings. Follow up with safety committees at each facility to ensure progress of safety measures.
• Review injury and property damage reports. Compile and analyze incident data. Prepare recommendations for corrective actions to eliminate or minimize potential hazards.
• Assist facilities with OSHA reporting and recordkeeping. Including creating monthly summary reports for upper management.
• Recommend the purchase of safety equipment and supplies, as needed.
• Assist with implementation of the Environmental Management Information System.
• Assist Corporate EHS Manager with environmental compliance programs and reports related to hazardous wastes, air permitting, water pollution control, risk management plans and community right-to-know programs for the region.
• Perform other related duties that correspond to the overall function of this position.


• B.S. in a safety science or related field.
• Must have knowledge of elements of OSHA and EPA as well as the ability to understand and communicate city, county, state and other federal regulations and guidelines, as needed.
• Must have demonstrated knowledge of delivering hands on environmental, safety and health training.
• Must work well with employees at all levels in the company.
• Must be proficient in Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
• Must have ability to travel up to 25%.


• Experience with environmental reporting to local, state and federal agencies.
• Experience with process safety management and risk management plans.

Please submit resume, along with salary requirements, via email to

EHS Specialist (Brazil, IN)

Posted: Dec 05, 2018

Job Description

The EHS Specialist role will coordinate all aspects of plant environmental, health and safety ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements and company policies and procedures. The role is based in Brazil, IN but will have shared responsibilities for two other PPG sites (Casa Grande, AZ and Mt. Vernon IL).

Main Responsibilities:

Actively interact with employees and leadership to promote the PPG safety culture.
Champions the Safety Committee process and encourage participation and provide direction.
Oversee the incident investigation process to determine root cause and timely corrective actions.
Manage and monitor training programs to meet regulatory and company requirements.
Manage the site industrial hygiene sampling program to ensure accurate sampling, testing and exposure assessment.
Identify EHS needs and advised management on the development and implementation of effective EHS programs and activities.
Manage the sites environmental needs to maintain compliance with permits and regulatory requirements. Role will also manage sustainability for facility.
Trains and on boards all new hires to ensure understanding of EHS requirements.
Actively role model all company environmental, health and safety standards.
Must be willing to travel up to 25%.


A Bachelor’s degree in occupational safety, environmental or related field.
3+ years’ experience in the EHS field, preferred manufacturing or chemical setting.
Strong knowledge of OSHA and EPA regulations, and the ability to interpret governmental regulations.
Must possess strong problem solving skills and be able to manage programs.
Excellent oral and written communication skills. Effective presentation skills in a variety of settings.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
Ability to manage multiple projects and meet necessary deadlines.
Proficiency in the use of computers with knowledge of MS office products including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
Expert in change management and building a safety culture through influence and engagement.
Must be a persistent self-starter who can work effectively and lead others with minimum oversight.
Incumbent must be able to work effectively with all levels the organization and with individuals outside of the company.

Success Factors – Prime Success Factors (focus on results, drive change, promote teamwork, build trust & respect, and understand market & customer perspective) plus the following: manage complexity, solve problems, communicate & share information, and act with long-term perspective.

About Us

PPG Industries’ vision is to continue to be the world’s leading coatings and specialty Products Company. Through leadership in innovation, sustainability, and color, PPG helps customers in industrial, transportation, consumer products, and construction markets and aftermarkets to enhance more surfaces in more ways than does any other company. Founded in 1883, PPG has global headquarters in Pittsburgh and operates in nearly 70 countries around the world.

PPG Architectural Coatings impressive line-up of residential, commercial, and industrial paint brands offers a wide range of choices to meet everyone’s needs – from consumers to interior designers, painting contractors to property managers, and developers to architects.

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