Jobs

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.

Safety Advisor (Indianapolis)

Safety Management Group is seeking a local Safety Advisor in Indianapolis, IN.

The key function of a Safety Advisor is to put Safety at the forefront of their job, make the client’s needs a priority, works well in a team setting, is self-managed, and is flexible when it comes to change.

Overview of Job Responsibilities:

• Site safety observations, including documentation of findings

• Facilitate corrective measures where warranted

• Representing the contractor or Owner in progress meetings

• Verify compliance with safety policies and procedures as required by law and the Owner

Requirements

• 5+ years’ Safety experience

• High Voltage/T&D experience a plus

• TWIC Card

• Degree in Safety or related fields

• OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course

• First-Aid/CPR certification

For more information visit Safety Advisor.

SHE Engineer (Huntington, IN)

Job Description

Schneider Electric has an exciting opportunity for a Safety, Health, and Environmental Engineer in our Huntington, Indiana location.  This position will ensure the manufacturing location complies with all applicable Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) requirements (e.g. State, Federal, and Schneider-Electric).

Great people make Schneider Electric a great company.

The SH&E Engineer will provide EHS support to operations including engineering, manufacturing, and non-manufacturing. You will be an integral part of the Huntington manufacturing operations and the Safety and Environment function and will work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to establish the necessary programs to ensure excellent overall results in the environment, health, safety, and sustainability.

It is envisioned that you will promote the importance of a strong environment, health and safety culture by providing training and establishing/directing EHS programs. You must display good communication, planning, and management skills. 

What do you get to do in this position?

  • Ensure employees and operations maintain compliance with all environment, health and safety regulations; and keep abreast of any changes to laws and regulations that impact the organization.
  • Assist in maintain appropriate metrics, evaluate data trending, and provide data input to management reviews, with a view to continuous improvement and enhancement of EHS performance.
  • Assist with the implementation of EHS policies, practices, guidelines, and procedures. Identify location-specific requirements for each area and participate in the development of related programs and policies.
  • Assist in developing training programs and conduct training to comply with regulatory corporate EHS initiatives.
  • Supervise the incident/accident investigation process including root cause analysis and ensure corrective actions are completed.
  • Conduct environment, health and safety audits and risk assessments. Participate in external EHS compliance audits and loss prevention audits.
  • Coordinate the completion of all corrective actions with site personnel resulting from risk assessments, compliance audits or loss prevention audits.
  • Liaise with facilities maintenance and property management personnel to ensure appropriate fire and life safety controls are in place and maintained.
  • Oversee required permitting submissions for air, water, and land jurisdictional requirements. 
  • Serve as a site contact point for government inquiries relating to EHS.
  • Lead the site safety committee.
  • Participate in the site’s Continuous Improvement/Lean/5S activities.   

Qualifications

We know skills and competencies show up in many different ways and can be based on your life experience. If you do not necessarily meet all the requirements that are listed, we still encourage you to apply for the position.

This job might be for you if:

  • B.S. or M.S. Degree in Environment, Health and Safety Management or equivalent
  • Minimum 2 to 5 years of experience in an environment, health and safety position, preferably with experience in manufacturing environment. 
  • Must demonstrate the ability and willingness to successfully work independently and communicate with senior management.
  • Possesses a comprehensive knowledge of environment, health and safety guidelines and regulations; a good working knowledge of health and safety engineering, and a highly-refined understanding of the issues related to manufacturing and delivery/service environments.
  • Knowledge and understanding of OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14001 standards.
  • Ability to understand and apply Federal, State and local regulations.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required. Must have ability to communicate through all levels of the organization.
  • Experience in electrical safety, machine guarding, training and ergonomics a plus. 

For more information visit Safety, Health, Environmental Engineer.

Loss Control Representative (Indiana)

Overview

Acuity seeks an experienced Loss Control Representative to conduct surveys and prepare survey reports for the Commercial Underwriting Department. This individual will provide loss control assistance and advice to policyholders and agents. In addition, the Loss Control Representative will make recommendations to reduce the severity and frequency of loss exposures at insured accounts. They also assist in creating and implementing custom safety and training programs for service accounts.

Experience surveying heavy fleet and trucking accounts is a plus.

The Loss Control Representative will cooperatively work with another experienced Loss Control Representative to operate within the Indiana territory.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Collects appropriate information on prospects and policyholders regarding the degree to which they conform to company underwriting standards. This process includes a thorough review of operations, analysis of loss history, analysis of hazards and controls, and recognition of key risk differential features.
  • Prepares objective written reports evaluating and grading accounts in comparison to other like businesses.
  • Meets productivity goals per company standards and completes survey reports within 5 working days of survey.
  • Conducts regular service calls to assist policyholders with their loss control efforts by helping them establish effective hazard controls.  Submits recommendations for account improvement conforming to company and applicable consensus standards.
  • Utilizes technical references such as NFPA, OSHA, DOT, and NIOSH.  
  • Studies safety magazines, publications, and company distributed directives.
  • Assists in safety meetings and/or supervisory training sessions at policyholder’s locations. 
  • Maintains contacts with agency personnel in their territory. 
  • Expand technical knowledge and stay current on industry topics through self-study and professional safety and loss control organizations
  • Maintains valid driver’s license and acceptable Motor Vehicle record and be available to travel throughout the assigned territory as well as occasional travel to other territories as needed. 
  • Regular and predictable attendance.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION: 

A college degree from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Safety, Engineering, Science or other acceptable curriculum or equivalent. 

EXPERIENCE: 

Five years experience in loss control with a multi-line insurance company. 

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to work well with policyholders, prospects, agents, and company personnel.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Must have functional PC skills. 

For more information visit the direct posting on Acuity’s website, or contact Tim Muldoon, Human Resources Specialist at tmuldoon@acuity.com