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Are you looking to hire an environmental, safety and health professional within Indiana? CIASSP members can advertise their needs at no charge on this site by forwarding the position’s job description to the Central Indiana ASSP Jobline. Your job description will be reviewed for appropriateness and posted for 4 weeks.

IOSHA Inspector – Construction Safety

Posted: Aug 22, 2019

Summary/Objective:

The IOSHA Inspector serves as an inspector of construction sites for the purposes of enforcing statutes, standards, rules, regulations and policies and ensuring workplace safety within the Industrial section of the Indiana Department of Labor (IDOL).  The inspector will work out of their home with the possiblity of traveling the Indiana counties surrounding Richmond.

Salary for this position may be commensurate with education and job experience.

About the job:

The essential functions of this role are as follows:

  • Conducts assigned inspections of commercial or industrial establishments and/or construction sites to recognize, evaluate and enforce health and safety conditions and standards adopted by the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Act (IOSHA);
  • Investigates employee complaints against employers which create adverse work conditions;
  • Determines whether or not necessary safety and health precautions are being followed by both the employer and employees;
  • Investigates employee accidents resulting in death or injury to determine circumstance under which accident occurred;
  • Conducts opening and closing conferences with management and employees and/or their representatives;
  • Collect and analyze data and compare such to appropriate established safety and health regulations and document findings through notes, sketches, photographs, etc.;
  • Documents and cites violations of standards, rules and regulations and discusses their abatement;
  • Performs support function for agency attorney for both investigations and inspection activities, performs legal research, prepares exhibits, witness list, wage-loss calculations and other evidence to be presented in hearings;
  • Prepares investigative report compiling detailed and complex evidence in accordance with relevant laws, regulations and precedents;
  • Testifies at informal hearings and occasionally before the Board of Safety Review;
  • Conducts initial review with discrimination complainant, completes appropriate forms and files complaint within prescribed time constraints;
  • Prepares investigative plan and determines proper method of obtaining relevant data:  identifies types and sources of relevant information including policies, procedures and comparative data;
  • Initiates investigations and collects evidence through extensive, detailed interviews with all concerned parties;
  • Summarizes the facts, evidence, statistical information and overall data recommending whether or not there is probable cause to believe that discrimination or non-compliance has occurred;
  • Conducts follow-up case review and recommends enforcement of settlement regarding delinquent or deficient compliance;
  • Interacts with federal, state and local safety, environmental, and health agencies in enforcement activities;

The job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time.

What we are looking for:

* Knowledge, skills and abilities typically acquired through a Baccalaureate degree plus related work experience; related academic training plus comparable work experience alone may substitute for a Baccalaureate where appropriate;

* Undergo an annual physical/medical evaluation to ensure physically able to carry out the essential functions of the position;

* Ability to carry sometimes heavy and awkward equipment, and to walk, climb, stand, crouch while carrying sampling and measuring devices and wearing protective clothing, including respirators;

* Ability to work in unpleasant and hazardous conditions, including noise and toxic chemicals, during inspections/investigations;

* Broad knowledge of training techniques relating to occupational health and safety subject matters;

* Ability to interpret and apply IOSHA regulations, consensus standards, and various practices and precedents falling within the jurisdiction of IOSHA;

* Ability to conduct inspections and further investigations and to prepare administrative reports for use as basis for recommendations for further action;

* Ability to maintain working cooperative relationships and ability to manage difficult situations with utmost professionalism; ability to maintain confidentiality;

* Excellent verbal communication skills; ability to speak in a professional and concise manner;

* Strong computer skills

Requirements:

  • Must have and hold a valid Indiana’s Driver’s License;
  • Knowledge and skill typically acquired through a Baccalaureate degree plus related work experience; related academic training plus comparable work experience alone may substitute for the degree where appropriate;
  • Specialized knowledge of and ability to interpret and apply laws relevant to IOSHA and various practices and precedents falling within the jurisdiction of IOSHA;
  • Specialized knowledge of, and ability to implement, effective investigate methods, practice and strategies required to conduct difficult, complex investigations and obtain information vital to determining disposition and enforcement recommendations;
  • Specialized knowledge of interpersonal skills required to maintain focus on the issue involved in mediating and conciliating negotiated settlements;
  • Working knowledge of all phases of commercial, and industrial processes and the ability to recognize potentially hazardous conditions;
  • Ability to comprehend and operate diagnostic equipment such as noise monitors, electrical testers, atmosphere monitoring pumps and other testing equipment;
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with employers, employees, their representatives, public officials and the general public and ability to maintain confidentiality;
  • Ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in written form;
  • Ability to work in unpleasant and hazardous conditions, including noise and toxic chemicals and ability to work in extreme adverse weather conditions;

For more information visit IOSHA Inspector – Construction Safety.

IOSHA Inspector – Construction Safety

Posted: Aug 22, 2019

Summary/Objective:

The IOSHA Inspector serves as an inspector of construction sites for the purposes of enforcing statutes, standards, rules, regulations and policies and ensuring workplace safety within the Industrial section of the Indiana Department of Labor (IDOL).  The inspector will work out of their home with the possiblity of traveling the Indiana counties surrounding Richmond.

Salary for this position may be commensurate with education and job experience.

About the job:

The essential functions of this role are as follows:

  • Conducts assigned inspections of commercial or industrial establishments and/or construction sites to recognize, evaluate and enforce health and safety conditions and standards adopted by the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Act (IOSHA);
  • Investigates employee complaints against employers which create adverse work conditions;
  • Determines whether or not necessary safety and health precautions are being followed by both the employer and employees;
  • Investigates employee accidents resulting in death or injury to determine circumstance under which accident occurred;
  • Conducts opening and closing conferences with management and employees and/or their representatives;
  • Collect and analyze data and compare such to appropriate established safety and health regulations and document findings through notes, sketches, photographs, etc.;
  • Documents and cites violations of standards, rules and regulations and discusses their abatement;
  • Performs support function for agency attorney for both investigations and inspection activities, performs legal research, prepares exhibits, witness list, wage-loss calculations and other evidence to be presented in hearings;
  • Prepares investigative report compiling detailed and complex evidence in accordance with relevant laws, regulations and precedents;
  • Testifies at informal hearings and occasionally before the Board of Safety Review;
  • Conducts initial review with discrimination complainant, completes appropriate forms and files complaint within prescribed time constraints;
  • Prepares investigative plan and determines proper method of obtaining relevant data:  identifies types and sources of relevant information including policies, procedures and comparative data;
  • Initiates investigations and collects evidence through extensive, detailed interviews with all concerned parties;
  • Summarizes the facts, evidence, statistical information and overall data recommending whether or not there is probable cause to believe that discrimination or non-compliance has occurred;
  • Conducts follow-up case review and recommends enforcement of settlement regarding delinquent or deficient compliance;
  • Interacts with federal, state and local safety, environmental, and health agencies in enforcement activities;

The job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time.

What we are looking for:

* Knowledge, skills and abilities typically acquired through a Baccalaureate degree plus related work experience; related academic training plus comparable work experience alone may substitute for a Baccalaureate where appropriate;

* Undergo an annual physical/medical evaluation to ensure physically able to carry out the essential functions of the position;

* Ability to carry sometimes heavy and awkward equipment, and to walk, climb, stand, crouch while carrying sampling and measuring devices and wearing protective clothing, including respirators;

* Ability to work in unpleasant and hazardous conditions, including noise and toxic chemicals, during inspections/investigations;

* Broad knowledge of training techniques relating to occupational health and safety subject matters;

* Ability to interpret and apply IOSHA regulations, consensus standards, and various practices and precedents falling within the jurisdiction of IOSHA;

* Ability to conduct inspections and further investigations and to prepare administrative reports for use as basis for recommendations for further action;

* Ability to maintain working cooperative relationships and ability to manage difficult situations with utmost professionalism; ability to maintain confidentiality;

* Excellent verbal communication skills; ability to speak in a professional and concise manner;

* Strong computer skills

Requirements:

  • Must have and hold a valid Indiana’s Driver’s License;
  • Knowledge and skill typically acquired through a Baccalaureate degree plus related work experience; related academic training plus comparable work experience alone may substitute for the degree where appropriate;
  • Specialized knowledge of and ability to interpret and apply laws relevant to IOSHA and various practices and precedents falling within the jurisdiction of IOSHA;
  • Specialized knowledge of, and ability to implement, effective investigate methods, practice and strategies required to conduct difficult, complex investigations and obtain information vital to determining disposition and enforcement recommendations;
  • Specialized knowledge of interpersonal skills required to maintain focus on the issue involved in mediating and conciliating negotiated settlements;
  • Working knowledge of all phases of commercial, and industrial processes and the ability to recognize potentially hazardous conditions;
  • Ability to comprehend and operate diagnostic equipment such as noise monitors, electrical testers, atmosphere monitoring pumps and other testing equipment;
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with employers, employees, their representatives, public officials and the general public and ability to maintain confidentiality;
  • Ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in written form;
  • Ability to work in unpleasant and hazardous conditions, including noise and toxic chemicals and ability to work in extreme adverse weather conditions;

For more information visit IOSHA Inspector – Construction Safety.

EHS Manager (Indianapolis)

Posted: Aug 22, 2019

Position Summary:  Ensures company compliance with government environmental, health and safety regulations and also industry standards.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Develop and coordinate training programs for specific EHS policies and procedures
  • Assess current environmental, safety and health processes and recommend changes and improvements
  • Promote positive employee relations and safe behavior
  • Experience in planning, implementing and coordinating of programs to create a “zero injury” atmosphere
  • Maintain OSHA logs and plant EHS records
  • Knowledge of and compliance with OSHA regulations/requirements
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly reports, permit renewals and compliance documentation
  • Provide leadership for the Safety and Health Committee

Experience Needed:

  • HS Diploma plus an additional 5 years experience in EHS role within manufacturing. 4 year degree in Environmental, Safety and Health, Human Resources or a related field is preferred
  • Experience with environmental issues (gas/emissions, water, hazardous waste etc) within a manufacturing environment
  • Knowledge of federal, state and local OSHA and EPA/IDEM regulations

Talento Search Group has an opening for an Environmental, Health and Safety Manager in Indianapolis, Indiana.

For more information visit EHS Manager.