Health Safety Environmental Manager HSE

Responsible for regulatory compliance, development, implementation and monitoring of program, policies and procedures, completion of reports and required filing, training and auditing.
Promote a safe and healthy work environment through continuous improvement of safety, health and environmental systems that result in the reduction of accidents, illnesses, lost time, and assured regulatory compliance.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
Maintain MSDS data sheets and coordinate activities which ensure compliance with federal, state, local and company compliance as well as OSHA regulations.
Manage programs such as injury/illness/accident reporting and investigation, job safety analysis/hazard identification and hazard assessment.
Interact with production personnel when investigating accidents to root cause and provide plans for prevention.
Oversee Workers' Compensation, Occupational Safety, and related programs to the conformance of company and business objectives.
Develop safety preparedness by conducting emergency response training drills, developing and conducting safety training.
Act as liaison with local regulatory agencies for environmental programs and outside vendors in matters of contract compliance related to hazard materials and safety equipment.
Prepare reports by collecting, analyzing data and trends, maintain plant statistics, and submit reports as required by federal/state/local regulatory agencies.
Maintain and update all environmental compliance with air, water and waste permits and ensure submission or reports on hazardous waste program's storm water pollution and prevention plans.
Support all internal and external audits, inspection activities and inquires.
Manage key projects as assigned.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
This position has no supervisory responsibilities Education and/or Experience Bachelor's (B.
) Degree in Mechanical, Industrial or Manufacturing Engineering from an accredited University or College preferred.
At least five to seven years of experience working in a manufacturing environment implementing OSHA/EPA standards and strategies.
Other Qualifications Need to be OSHA 40 Hour Course Certified.

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