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Health & Safety Manager
Company  : Growing Mining / Minerals Leader
Location   : Southeast U.S.
Health & Safety Manager

In a time when many minerals / mining operations are cutting back, these clients are seeing significant growth.  This can be attributed to the products they produce being in demand by various industries and for various uses.

This position is responsible for assuring that Health and Safety Programs and practices are in place and followed.  Ensures that Company is meeting all aspects of Health and Safety compliance while assuring that the workforce is provided a safe working environment.  

Responsibilities:

•    Standardizes safety programs across the company
•    Provides assistance to the plants upon the arrival of an MSHA inspector on-site and as needed to address any MSHA issues
•    Issue Health & Safety reports including required MSHA reports, Workers Compensation claim filing, and internal scorecards
•    Coordinates Health and Safety training across all manufacturing plants and monitors all training reporting
•    Researches all reportable and Lost Time accidents. Assures that proper action was taken and that proper notification and reporting has occurred
•    Monitors and coordinates open WC cases, reports on case activity
•    Participates in WC carrier review and selection process
•    Plans and administers the STOP program training; provides performance tracking of STOP participation
•    Audits health and safety across all plants
•    Coordinates routine health screening and reporting
•    Attends Mining Association meetings as available; participates in the Safety Committee’s activities to assist and facilitate Company’s safety program
•    Performs other related duties as assigned

Qualifications/Requirements:

•    4 year college degree, preferably in science, or equivalent OTJ experience
•    5 years manufacturing experience, with involvement in safety programs, preferably in mining industry
•    Certification in health and safety a plus
•    3 years experience in training employees
•    Familiarity with health & safety regulations, MSHA preferred
•    Self motivation and ability to work independently; goals and results driven
•    Strong verbal communication skills and interpersonal skills
•    Ability to develop and execute plans
•    Strong leadership skills, including the ability to motivate and influence others
•    Problem solving capabilities with focus on determining root cause
•    Passion for a safe, clean work environment
•    PC knowledge, with Word and Excel capabilities

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Remediation and Reclamation Manager
Company  : Large, International Mining / Minerals Leader
Location   : Domestic U.S.
Remediation and Reclamation Manager

The Remediation and Reclamation Manager will be responsible for supervising remediation and reclamation for a world leader in minerals.  Our client has LED EFFORTS FOR NEW, GREEN FIELD PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT. Global leader in their industry who has MORE THAN DOUBLED their gross revenue in the last 5 years looking for a key individual to help with future growth. Currently planning an OVER 50% increase in capital spending for the coming year financed through strong cash reserves. Stock near 52 week high. EPS 4Q exceeded estimates by over 10% (over 35% by one estimate).

Responsibilities of the role include:

•    Ensure that the safety of the remediation and reclamation team is a primary goal that needs to be achieved on a daily basis.
•    Achieve forecasted, staged remediation and reclamation goals.
•    Provide the knowledge for subordinates of the intermittent and ultimate goals for each phase of the process.
•    Administer the costs of the project by maintaining a running total of each phase of remediation and reclamation.
•    Be able to use Microsoft Software products to maintain clear and concise tracking of personnel and equipment hours by reclamation phase.
•    Must have excellent interpersonal skills.
•    Additionally, must be able to function within the departmental policies, work procedures, interact with workforce, Human Resources, Safety, Purchasing, Accounting, etc. to ensure compliance with established Company policies.

Qualifications for the role include:

Education: BS degree preferably in Mining, Civil, Mechanical or Geological Engineering and 10+ years of industry experience.  

Experience must include verifiable management and completion in the area of reclamation.


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Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager
Company  : Significant Leader in Mining & Minerals
Location   : Northwest U.S.
Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager

The Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager directs Stewardship and Sustainability including the development, implementation, and maintenance of a comprehensive environmental, health and safety management system for the operations. This position provides the leadership and expertise to obtain division-wide excellence in environmental, health and safety and ensures compliance with applicable local, state and federal regulations.

Accountabilities

•    Develops, implements and maintains comprehensive management systems in support of the company EHS Policy, EHS Code of Conduct, and EHS Commitment statement
•    Coordinates, monitors and evaluates the EHS management system’s effectiveness; recommends appropriate corrective actions as required
•    Ensures compliance with all company EHS policies and regulatory requirements.
•    Keeps abreast of all current and pending EHS regulations
•    Conducts/coordinates accident investigations, with particular attention given to the identification of root causes and effective corrective actions
•    Maintains a database for all environmental permits at the site
•    With assistance from the Senior Environmental Manager, submits applications for renewal,
modification, and/or change to the site’s environmental permits
•    Works closely with the Senior Environmental Manager to determine the need for outside environmental consultants, and gains approval prior to contracting their services
•    Provides leadership and guidance to the individual plant safety committees
•    Coordinates/conducts EHS training for all employees, contractors and site visitors; ensures proper training documentation and maintains training record files as indicated by company policy and regulatory requirements
•    Coordinates/conducts health and industrial hygiene monitoring activities
•    Job responsibilities may require travel to other company operations as defined

Education/Experience/Skills

•    Bachelor’s degree in a related technical, scientific, or engineering discipline and/or equivalent
experience; bachelor’s degree preferred
•    Minimum of 5 years EHS experience in the mining industry or related field, to include surface and/or underground mining operations
•    Skill in auditing/inspecting operations and company procedures
•    Ability to develop and implement effective EHS strategies and management systems
•    Working knowledge of applicable environmental, health and safety standards
•    Knowledge of financial and business analysis techniques
•    Knowledge of facility and operational procedures
•    Ability to communicate and work effectively with employees at all levels of the company
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Environmental, Health & Safety Manager – Strong Client Due to High Demand Products
Company  : Significant International Leader in Specialty Chemicals / Minerals
Location   : Midwest U.S.
The description below is consistent with most at this level.  What stands out from other related roles is the strength of our client.  In a time when many minerals/chemical companies are cutting back and losing market demand, our clients are growing.  This is due to their products being in high demand by a variety of industries. 

The EHS Manager is responsible for the administration and continuous improvement of the site’s safety/health programs and environmental activities.  Implements and maintains company policies adhering to environmental, health and safety regulations.  
Ensures compliance with all environmental, health and safety regulations and keeps abreast of any changes to laws and regulations that may impact the organization.  Serves as contact with corporate and all regulatory bodies.  

Maintains employee health and safety records and files, ensures compliance with all reporting requirements and manages plant risk management activities.  Coordinates and/or conducts required EHS training including mandatory MSHA/OSHA, first aid and CPR training.  

Manages workers compensation activities including interface with medical providers, employees and insurance carriers to ensure appropriate return to work activities.  Initiates, analyzes and provides solutions and coordination/implementation of environmental, health and safety improvements.   

QUALIFICATIONS: Must have MSHA experience.  Bachelor’s Degree in a related discipline and five (5) to ten (10) years related experience in a manufacturing/industrial environment is required.  Incumbent must demonstrate a balance between analytical and creative thinking, must be a self-starter who seeks responsibility and is able to work with minimal direction.  Incumbent must have demonstrated a willingness to challenge conventional ideas, be flexible, innovative, and be able to function effectively in a team environment.  Incumbent must possess excellent PC, organizational, and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively with others.  Must effectively motivate others to promote a positive and safe work atmosphere.

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Safety and Environmental Coordinator
Company  : Leader known for continual financial growth and respect for employees
Location   : Domestic U.S.
Client:

Our client is known for its continual financial growth and respect for employees.  The client has continually met the stated goal of delivering the industry’s highest stockholder returns.  This was again realized with a consecutive increase in cash dividend on the common stock.  The financial future is strong and will continue to grow due to the acquisition of reserves internationally. 

Summary:

The responsibilities and focus of this role is consistent with what is expected of professionals with 10 or more years of experience in EHS.  As a leader, the incumbent will be responsible for the following: Preparation of an Emergency Response Plan; Conduct safety and environmental site inspections; Develop and implement an MSHA training plan & annual refresher and site specific hazard awareness training; Develop training materials for monthly safety meetings; Coordinate specialized trainings; Coordinate and conduct inspections, monitoring, sampling, testing and record-keeping as required to ensure compliance with environmental permits, plans, laws and regulations including spill prevention and response, air emissions, wetlands and jurisdictional waters, waste management, community right-to-know, and storm water.

In additional to those just mentioned, responsibilities will include:

Conduct required environmental and safety orientations and training (MSHA, OSHA, DNR, EPA, etc.) for operations personnel.

Prepare and implement waste management plans, including characterization and manifesting of waste streams.

Provide safety and environmental support to site operations personnel.

Respond to spill events and assist with remediation efforts.

Collect soil, water, air, and waste samples for laboratory analysis.

Develop and monitor respiratory and hearing conservation programs as required by MSHA/OSHA.

Assist in incident management, incident investigations, incident prevention and hazard recognition initiatives.

Requirements:

Degree: BS in any of the following: Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science, Geology, or Related

10+ years EHS experience - preferably in surface mining

Knowledge of EHS laws and regulations, including MSHA

Excellent communication and analytical skills

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Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Coordinator
Company  : Strong & Growing Client: A Leader in their Market
Location   : Domestic U.S.
Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Coordinator

Directs the development, implementation, and maintenance of a comprehensive environmental, health and safety management system for the operation. This position provides the leadership and expertise to obtain company-wide excellence in environmental, health and safety and ensures compliance with applicable local, state and federal regulations. The EHS Coordinator reports directly to the Site Manager.

Accountabilities

•    Develops, implements and maintains comprehensive management systems in support of the company EHS Policy, EHS Code of Conduct, and EHS Commitment statement
•    Coordinates, monitors and evaluates the EHS management system’s effectiveness; recommends appropriate corrective actions as required
•    Ensures compliance with all company EHS policies and regulatory requirements.
•    Keeps abreast of all current and pending EHS regulations
•    Works closely with the Plant Manager and employees at all levels to maintain a safe and healthy work environment
•    Conducts/coordinates accident investigations, with particular attention given to the identification of root causes and effective corrective actions
•    Maintains a database for all environmental permits at the sites
•    Submits applications for renewal, modification, and/or change to the site’s environmental permits
•    Determine the need for outside environmental consultants, and gains approval prior to contracting their services
•    Provides leadership and guidance to the individual plant safety committees
•    Coordinates/conducts EHS training for all employees, contractors and site visitors; ensures proper training documentation and maintains training record files as indicated by company policy and regulatory requirements
•    Coordinates/conducts health and industrial hygiene monitoring activities
•    Job responsibilities may require travel to other company operations as defined

Education/Experience/Skills

•    Bachelor’s degree in a related technical, scientific, or engineering discipline and/or equivalent
experienced
•    Minimum of 5 years EHS experience in the mining industry or related field
•    Skill in auditing/inspecting operations and company procedures
•    Ability to develop and implement effective EHS strategies and management systems
•    Working knowledge of applicable environmental, health and safety standards
•    Knowledge of financial and business analysis techniques
•    Knowledge of facility and operational procedures
•    Ability to foster and develop a cooperative work environment
•    Ability to use sound, prudent, and independent judgment
•    Ability to communicate and work effectively with employees at all levels of the company

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North American Environmental, Health And Safety (EHS) Manager
Company  : Global leader for over 100 years employing over 10,000 people worldwide
Location   : Domestic U.S.
North American Environmental, Health And Safety (EHS) Manager

Summary

The North American Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager directs Stewardship and Sustainability including the development, implementation, and maintenance of a comprehensive environmental, health and safety management system for the company’s manufacturing operations. This position provides the leadership and expertise to obtain division-wide excellence in environmental, health and safety and ensures compliance with applicable local, state and federal regulations.

The NA EHS Manager reports directly to the Executive Team and supports and directs the sites’ management teams. Responsibilities include:

•    Develop short and long range plans to improve the effectiveness of systems and  
      processes while ensuring compliance with customer, corporate, governmental and
      third-party safety & environmental standards, ensuring robust, timely data
      collection, monitoring, and analysis for any and all reportable metrics.
•    Select, train, provide leadership and work assignments for, counsel, and evaluate
      the performance of engineers and staff engaged in developing, analyzing, modifying,
      and improving safety processes and procedures to ensure the continuing ability of
      the Company to safely produce quality products to meet customer delivery 
      commitments.
•    Responsible for ensuring compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and
      support third party standards including ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.   
•    Develops, implements and maintains comprehensive management systems in
      support of the company EHS Policy, EHS Code of Conduct, and EHS
      Commitment statement
•    Coordinates, monitors and evaluates the EHS management system’s effectiveness;
      recommends appropriate corrective actions as required
•    Ensures compliance with all company EHS policies and regulatory requirements.
•    Keeps abreast of all current and pending EHS regulations
•    Works closely with the Site Managers and employees at all levels to maintain a safe
      and healthy work environment
•    Conducts/coordinates accident investigations, with particular attention given to the
      identification of root causes and effective corrective actions
•    Directs submission of applications for renewal, modification, and/or change to the
      sites’ environmental permits
•    Provides leadership and guidance to the individual plant safety committees
•    Coordinates/conducts EHS training for all employees, contractors and site visitors;
      ensures proper training documentation and maintains training record files as
      indicated by company policy and regulatory requirements
•    Coordinates/conducts health and industrial hygiene monitoring activities
•    Job responsibilities may require travel to other company operations as defined

Education/Experience/Skills
 
•    Bachelor’s degree in a related technical, scientific, or engineering discipline and/or
      equivalent experience; bachelor’s degree preferred
•    Minimum of 10 years EHS experience in Heavy Industrial Manufacturing
•    Multiple site manufacturing EHS  experience
•    Strong knowledge of ISO 14001 and OSHAS 18001
•    Skill in auditing/inspecting operations and company procedures
•    Ability to develop and implement effective EHS strategies and management systems
•    Working knowledge of applicable environmental, health and safety standards
•    Knowledge of financial and business analysis techniques
•    Knowledge of facility and operational procedures
•    Ability to communicate and work effectively with employees at all levels of the
      company

About Our Client

Our client has been a global leader for over 100 years.   With a focus in strong and growing market sectors including energy, power generation, and mining and minerals, they employ over 10,000 people worldwide.  A continual focus on innovative technology & capital investment has led to a continually expanding customer base.  In one area of the U.S. alone, the workforce has doubled in just two years. Annual revenue grew over 30% and profits increased over 25%.
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Lead EHS Initiative Across Multiple Sites With Strong Client
Company  : Highly Valued Company Due To Significant Assets and a Strong Growth Rate
Location   : Domestic U.S.

Lead EHS Initiative Across Multiple Sites With Strong Client

Overview:

• Multiple Site Responsibility

• Key Piece of the Overall Growth Plan for Company

• Leadership, Training, and Team Building

Summary:

The incumbent will be responsible for carrying out EHS policies & functions for multiple key sites and new acquisitions. With good company visibility, the incumbent will have a say in the EHS function, & will help make the organization stronger through implementing recommended changes.  This will include leading training, & developing a consistent environmental management strategy.  The incumbent will be a key member of the company, and a key piece of the overall growth plan for this continually successful leader.

More Information:

Perform a variety of environmental managerial work to facilitate and maintain compliance with environmental laws, regulations, and permits

Recommend appropriate action to assure conformance with federal, state, and municipal legislation

Coordinate, schedule and manage testing of emissions and pollution control equipment

Serve as liaison between the organization and regulatory agencies regarding environmental inspections, permits, and reporting

Requirements:

BS Degree - Related Discipline

At least 6 Years Experience in Heavy Industry

Broad Knowledge of Environmental Laws and Regulations

Demonstrated History of Continually Improving Professionals Skills

Effectively Communicate to all Levels of Plant & Corporate Management

About Our Client:

Our client is a significant leader in its area of focus, and a major employer.  Year after year they are continually recognized as one of the best employers to work for.  As a well-run company with major commitments to capital improvements and new acquisitions of strategic assets, they have continually exceeded annual revenue goals.   Capital plans for this year run well into the $Billions.  Considered a highly valued company due to significant assets and a strong double digit growth rate, analyst estimates continue to rise every year.  They achieve all of this while staying dedicated to a strong commitment to Environment, Health, & Safety. 

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New Jobs: Many High Level: EHS and H&S; Plant Management; Maintenance Management; Chief Process Engineer
Company  : Global Leaders in Mining, Minerals, Manufacturing
Location   : Domestic U.S.
New Jobs.  If you're a top level EHS or Safety and Health professional, there are a few active searches.  Also, Plant Management and Maintenance Management.

EHS - Corporate Director - Mountain West, TX; Health and Safety - Top - Great Lakes;  Plant Manager – Great Lakes, Western U.S., Midwest; Maintenance Management - Top Person - SW U.S.; Chief Process Engineer - West U.S.; Quality Assurance / QA – Southeast and Southern U.S.;  Production Management and Supervision -  Rocky Mountain West, Southeast, TX, CA; Project Engineer - CA, West U.S.. 

This is only a sampling of our active searches.

If interested in learning more about any of the searches listed, or for more information on unadvertised searches, please either submit your resume to candidate (at) nerisearch.com, or submit your profile at http://www.nerisearch.com/resumeform.html

We will provide details to interested and qualified candidates as they come forth.
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Environmental, Health and Safety Manager
Company  : Large International Mineral Producer
Location   : Western U.S.
Environmental, Health and Safety Manager

Lead Environmental, Health and Safety for the entire facility.  Tour all plants and proactively identify opportunities to enhance EHS efforts and results. Successfully collaborate with all site personnel, contractors, regulators, and corporate staff and provide full spectrum support in the EHS effort.   

Responsibilities include:
  • Direction of site leadership in best EHS practices and related process improvement;
  • Implementation and maintenance of EHS policy and procedures;
  • Sustain and continuously improve the site’s EHS Management System; ensure conformance to the American Chemistry Council’s Responsible Care® program;
  • Maintain injury/illness records and reports; analyze data for trend identification for exposure elimination, risk reduction and injury prevention;
  • Develop and conduct training programs for entire workforce;
  • Conduct Industrial Hygiene surveys;
  • Conduct EHS audits, recommending and assisting in the correction of hazards identified;
  • Participate and administer the Joint Health & Safety Committee;
  • Administer the medical management program for injured employees; direct worker’s compensation program ensuring effective return-to-work and light-duty programs;
  • Ensure compliance with applicable federal & state EHS regulations;
  • Report required information on a timely, accurate & complete basis to regulatory agencies and to the corporate office;
  • Uphold and promote the Core Principles of the Company: inspire trust, create value, focus on results, teamwork, leadership, continuous learning, and communication
  • Lead Trend Analysis and proposed programs/focus/tool box information to mitigate based on specific opportunities for improvement;
  • Further define minimum incident investigation requirements and participation; and
  • Safety, Health and Environmental Culture improvement through developing site priorities, progress and communications.
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Safety and Health Manager
Company  : A Unique Global Leader Whose Products Are KEY to a Wide Variety of Critical & Emerging Technologies
Location   : Southwest U.S.
SAFETY & HEALTH MANAGER

Responsible for coordinating and leading the health and safety programs at the company facilities and to provide professional knowledge and expertise in the administration and support of health and safety programs. Responsibilities include:
The overall coordination and implementation of health and safety programs to assure compliance with regulatory agency guidelines and corporate policies; 
Management of the Safety and Health Management Program (SHMP), and associated training programs to assure compliance safety and health regulations and guidelines;
Implementation of Pro-Active Safety Programs such as Behavior Based Safety;
Develop, implement, and maintain comprehensive safety, health, and training program in support of Company SHMP Policies;
Ensure compliance with Division and Corporate SHMP policies, programs, standards, procedures, and other (MSHA) regulatory requirements;
Conduct on-site reviews and supports audits of operations and facilities; 
Work with site resources to implement SHMP standards and has the ability to plan ahead for pending regulations;
Assist with setting SHMP Targets & Objectives and provides guidance for attainment; and
Work closely with the Site Managers, department managers, employees at all levels, and contractors to maintain a safe and healthy work place. 
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Environmental, Health and Safety Manager
Company  : Significant International Leader in Specialty Chemicals / Minerals
Location   : Western U.S.
ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGER

Lead Environmental, Health and Safety for the entire facility.  Tour all plants and proactively identify opportunities to enhance EHS efforts and results. Successfully collaborate with all site personnel, contractors, regulators, and corporate staff and provides full spectrum support in the EHS effort. Responsibilities include:
Direction of site leadership in best EHS practices and related process improvement;
Implementation and maintenance of EHS policy and procedures;
Sustain and continuously improve the site’s EHS Management System; ensure conformance to the American Chemistry Council’s Responsible Care® program;
Maintain injury/illness records and reports; analyze data for trend identification for exposure elimination, risk reduction and injury prevention;
Develop and conduct training programs for entire workforce;
Conduct Industrial Hygiene surveys;
Conduct EHS audits, recommending and assisting in the correction of hazards identified;
Participate and administer the Joint Health & Safety Committee;
Administer the medical management program for injured employees; direct worker’s compensation program ensuring effective return-to-work and light-duty 
programs;
Ensure compliance with applicable federal & state EHS regulations;
Report required information on a timely, accurate & complete basis to regulatory agencies and to the corporate office;
Uphold and promote the Core Principles of the Company: inspire trust, create value, focus on results, teamwork, leadership, continuous learning, and 
communication;
Lead Trend Analysis and proposed programs/focus/tool box information to mitigate based on specific opportunities for improvement;
Further define minimum incident investigation requirements and participation; and
Safety, Health and Environmental Culture improvement through developing site priorities, progress and communications.
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Safety and Health Manager
Company  : Global Leader in Specialty Chemicals & Products
Location   : Domestic U.S.

SAFETY & HEALTH MANAGER

Responsible for coordinating and leading the health and safety programs at the company facilities and to provide professional knowledge and expertise in the administration and support of health and safety programs.

  • Responsible for the overall coordination and implementation of health and safety programs to assure compliance with regulatory agency guidelines and corporate policies. 
  • Responsibilities include management of the Safety and Health Management Program (SHMP), and associated training programs to assure compliance safety and health regulations and guidelines. 
  • Implementation of Pro-Active Safety Programs such as Behavior Based Safety
  • Develop, implement, and maintain comprehensive safety, health, and training program in support of Company SHMP Policies.
  • Ensure compliance with Division and Corporate SHMP policies, programs, standards, procedures, and other (MSHA) regulatory requirements.
  • Conducts on-site reviews and supports audits of operations and facilities.
  • Work with site resources to implement SHMP standards and has the ability to plan ahead for pending regulations.
  • Assist with setting SHMP Targets & Objectives and provides guidance for attainment.
  • Work closely with the Site Managers, department managers, employees at all levels, and contractors to maintain a safe and healthy work place.
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Health and Safety Manager
Company  : Significant International Supplier of Key Materials to Various Industries
Location   : Southeast U.S.
Health and Safety Manager

Responsible for coordinating and leading the safety, health and industrial hygiene programs at the company facilities and providing professional knowledge and expertise in the administration and support of health and safety programs. Responsibilities include:
Overall coordination and implementation of health and safety programs to assure compliance with regulatory agency guidelines and corporate policies;
Implementation of Pro-Active Safety Programs such as Behavior Based Safety;
Management of the Safety and Health Management Program, and associated training programs to assure compliance safety and health regulations and 
guidelines;
Develop, implement, and maintain comprehensive safety, health, and training program in support of Company Health and Safety Policies;
Ensure compliance with Division and Corporate Health and Safety policies, programs, standards, procedures, and other (OSHA) regulatory requirements;
Conduct on-site reviews and supports audits of operations and facilities;
Work with site resources to implement Health and Safety standards and has the ability to plan ahead for pending regulations;
Assist with setting Health and Safety Targets & Objectives and provides guidance for attainment; and
Work closely with the Site Managers, department managers, employees at all levels, and contractors to maintain a safe and healthy work place.
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Safety Coordinator
Company  : Strong & Growing Client: A Leader in their Market
Location   : Midwest U.S.
Safety Coordinator

Responsible for coordinating and leading the safety programs at company facilities and to provide professional knowledge and expertise in the administration and support of health and safety programs. Additional responsibilities include:
  • Responsible for the overall coordination and implementation of health and safety programs to assure compliance with regulatory agency guidelines and corporate policies;
  • Responsibilities include management of the Safety Management Program (SMP), and associated training programs to assure compliance safety and health regulations and guidelines; and
  • Implementation of Pro-Active Safety Programs such as Behavior Based Safety.
Accountabilities include: 
  • Develop, implement, and maintain comprehensive safety, health, and training program in support of Company SMP Policies;
  • Ensure compliance with Division and Corporate SMP policies, programs, standards, procedures, and other (OSHA) regulatory requirements;
  • Conduct on-site reviews and support audits of operations and facilities;
  • Work with site resources to implement SMP standards and has the ability to plan ahead for pending regulations;
  • Assist with setting SMP Targets & Objectives and provides guidance for attainment;
  • Work closely with the Site Managers, department managers, employees at all levels, and contractors to maintain a safe and healthy work place;
  • Develop and implement accident investigation techniques, data analysis, and recurrence prevention programs and procedures. Ensure accidents, incidents, near misses and other non-conformances are properly rated and appropriately input into the CIRS database;
  • Lead and assist with incident investigations and ensure the appropriate levels of corrective actions are implemented;
  • Assure the SMP Management System is effective and efficient and updated as needed for continual improvement;
  • Coordinate employee and contractor training to understand their role in support of health and safety and regulatory requirements, including job hazard analysis (JHA) and process safety management (PSM);
  • Achieve and maintain the corporate and industry safety metrics, such as TRIR and EMR ratings consistent or better than industry benchmarks;
  • Assist Emergency Response Teams and respond to potential plant emergencies and planning;
  • Professionally represent the company with regulatory agencies regarding OSHA regulatory compliance and develop a good working relationship with regulators to formulate effective corrective actions;
  • Assist with the development of the annual safety budget and properly administer expenditures;
  • Manage worker compensation claim process and implements a Divisional Case Management program;
  • Assure compliance with health and safety aspects of Contractor Management Program; and
  • Participate in the annual Sites management review process.
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