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EHS Manager (Indianapolis)

Posted: Jan 15, 2020

Job Description

Provides Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) leadership for company, implements and maintains company policies adhering to local, state and federal EHS regulations. Key EHS consultant for design and development of facilities, work areas and work procedures. Ensures compliance with all EHS regulations, and keeps abreast of any changes to laws and regulations that impact the organization. Plays lead role interfacing with all federal, state, and local regulatory bodies. Is required to provide support to multiple sites and/or multiple shifts.

Core Competencies:

  • Recognizes that ensuring a safe work environment is everyone’s responsibility. Provides leadership in EHS functional areas and acts/utilizes equipment in a manner that strives for a safe and incident-free work environment.
  • Requires a drive for quality results with a minimum of avoidable errors and problems, as well as the minimum consumption of resources.
  • Recognizes who their customer is, understands their customers’ requirements, and focuses on customer satisfaction.
  • Required to work and lead in a team environment and demonstrate flexibility, adaptability, and dependability.
  • Requires excellent interpersonal, communication, listening and negotiation skills.
  • Requires excellent analytical/research, problem solving, organization and project management skills and a sense of urgency.
  • Requires high level of attention to detail with the ability to multi-task, prioritize and work in a fast-paced environment and must be self-directed.

Essential Job Duties:

  • Is Subject Matter Expert to ensure a safe work environment for employees, contractors and visitors to the site or sites where assigned which includes various/multiple shift environments.
  • Acts as internal EHS consultant to assigned groups, shifts, departments and/or divisions providing leadership, guidance and advice on a wide range of EHS topics. Maintains presence in operations to ensure open communication with all employees.
  • Ensures compliance with local, state and federal EHS regulations. Responsible for assuring that all company facilities are in compliance with applicable regulations.
  • Plays key role interfacing with regulatory agencies and corporate personnel to direct EHS efforts in the facility. Investigates, measures and evaluates environmental and safety conditions and carrying out relevant research, development, planning, design and related activities.
  • Designs, develops and may deliver effective and timely training programs, ensuring compliance with all internal and external regulations and compliance. Identifies and trains subject matter experts to deliver training, and delivers training personally.
  • Oversees, develops and may perform program audits to ensure compliance with Company policy and applicable regulations.
  • Schedules all required training and maintains records and documentation.
  • Communicates policies to organization including print and oral communication programs. Identifies opportunities for additional programs and policies; makes recommendations. Oversees and participates in/supports review of Safety Manual and/or Environmental Manual and ensuring recommendations for any required changes are properly evaluated and implemented.
  • Leads the Safety Steering Committee (SSC). Plans monthly meetings including preparation of presentations, metrics and other communications to the Committee. Works closely with managers to meet with employees to discuss EHS concerns and proactively communicate safety information.
  • Oversees Risk Assessment program for organization ensuring compliance with internal and external regulations and standards. Develops annual Risk Assessment Plan, coordinates required team support, and performs risk assessments and implements required corrective action. Works with Contractor Coordinators & Risk Management to ensure hazard assessments and orientation for all contractors are performed timely.
  • Ensures timely reporting of and investigations into all work related incidents and ensures corrective action has been identified and implemented.
  • Maintains company OSHA logs and ensures all governmental agency reporting is completed.
  • Oversees company’s workers compensation program.
  • Communicates organization’s emergency plans and coordinates required drills.
  • Develop and/or ensure recognition programs are consistently implemented to motivate safe behavior of employees.
  • Supports the overall planning and installation of equipment and process change to ensure compliance with EHS policies and regulations. Ensures Work Instructions are up to date and key points of safety clearly noted.
  • Participates in ISO internal audits where applicable. May be designated as ISO9001 program manager to ensure ongoing certification requirements are met.
  • Tracks and ensures closure of all corrective actions in a timely manner, coordinating with Manufacturing Engineering, Facilities/Maintenance and other Departments and/or outside partners as necessary.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Works under minimal supervision, conferring with manager on unusual matters.
  • Assignments are broad, requiring originality and ingenuity and have a major impact on the organization’s effectiveness.
  • Operates with appreciable latitude for action and decision.
  • Projects are generally large/complex in scope and generally have impact at an individual, departmental, divisional and/or corporate wide level.
  • Maintains a general knowledge of the business and material handling industry.

Job Knowledge:

  • Understands and applies a comprehensive knowledge of the concepts, principles, practices and procedures relating to the overall body of environmental health and safety knowledge.
  • Understands and applies a comprehensive knowledge of the operations of the business in all aspects of EHS management.
  • Requires excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite.

Education, Experience & Certification:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in EHS or other related field is required.
  • 8 or more years of EHS experience are required. Experience working in a manufacturing and/or warehouse environment is required.
  • Certification(s) related to EHS are preferred (for example OSHA 10 or 30 Hour Course Certificate, Certified Safety Professional, Certified Hazardous Materials Manager Certification, etc.)

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EHS Technician (Indianapolis)

Posted: Jan 13, 2020


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.

For more information visit EHS Technician.

EHS Manager (Columbus, IN)

Posted: Dec 13, 2019

Job Description Summary

Will partner with senior account leadership to ensure strategic EHS initiatives are integrated into account operations. The role is accountable for developing, implementing and maintaining effective processes for the Cushman & Wakefield. Develops best practices to drive and create a best in class EHS culture.

Job Description


Provides leadership to achieve the EHS strategy in partnering with account leadership.
Communicates the EHS vision and performance to internal and external stakeholders.
Organizes EHS processes for Cushman & Wakefield staff.
Collaborates with Account leadership to ensure implementation of EHS systems.
Administers processes in alignment with the client’s EHS Management System.
Adopts a global health and safety management system based on United States and international best practice (such as the ISO 45001).
Implements Cushman & Wakefield EHS Corporate processes and systems.
Implements the Cushman & Wakefield EHS Learning Management System and Software platforms.
Identifies risk associated with the management of Cushman & Wakefield contractors.
Provides risk assessments and client’s request and coordinates assessments and inspections with the Client.
Collaborates with the client to ensure state and federal regulatory requirements are implemented in accordance with the client’s existing programs.
Participates in investigations of EHS nonconformances and violations and prepares corrective action plans when requested.
Maintains and reports Quarterly against an annual health and safety plan and compliance register.
Oversees the EHS Champion Process.

Requirements & Competencies

Bachelor of Science degree is required. Specialization in Occupational Safety and Health, Engineering or Environmental Sciences is preferred.
Requires 10 years of experience within the EHS profession.
Demonstrated experience in the application of EHS management systems.
Broad knowledge of Environmental, Occupational Health, regulations (OSHA/EPA/NFPA).
Self-motivated and able to work independently to find solutions.
Demonstrated leadership, influencing and collaboration skills.
Ability to lead and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Ability to leverage office systems such as Microsoft Office Suite, SharePoint, etc.
The ability to travel (approximately 30%).
Candidates with experience in a Manufacturing setting are desirable.
Candidates with experience with ISO 45001 are desirable.
Candidates with Professional Certifications (CSP, ASP, etc.) are highly desirable.
Experience within Integrated Facilities Management (IFM) is desired, but not required.

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