PRI is a tenured Executive Recruiting Firm with experience in
placing Professionals. Currently we are looking for a HSE&S
Manager for our client in Ogden Utah. If you are qualified and
interested please e-mail an attached Microsoft Word formatted
resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUMMARY: The HSE&S Manager is responsible for the design,
implementation, communication, and coordination of all
environmental, health, safety and security programs for the
company. This position will provide strategic and tactical
leadership and direction relative to the HSE&S program.
Implement and manage site specific processes to reduce or eliminate
accidents, workplace hazards, unsafe acts, and environmental
liabilities. Through advising, directing, and training of all
employees, in addition to maintaining documentation, ensures
compliance with all corporate, federal, state, and local
requirements for health, safety, and environment.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.
Other duties may be assigned.
Provide leadership and demonstrate management commitment to
HSE&S performance assurance and compliance as a core value and
leading priority. Recognize health, safety, and environmental
hazards in the workplace. Evaluate, recommend, and implement
controls to eliminate unsafe acts and conditions. Direct and train
managers and employees on complying with corporate, federal, state,
and local guidelines, policies, and regulations such as OSHA
standards, EPA regulations, and site rules and programs. Ensure
compliance and properly manage reporting with all required agencies
and regulations. Leads inspections and tours of facilities to
detect existing or potential incidents, fire and health hazards;
deviations from corporate standards, and recommends corrective or
preventative actions. Responsible for the communication and
maintenance of all HSE&S related policies and procedures. May
serve as liaison with local fire departments, area hospitals and
other outside agencies regarding employee safety and health
programs. Investigate injuries, near-miss accidents, and
environmental incidents in conjunction with line and staff
personnel to determine causes and take corrective actions to
prevent future incidents. Prepares legally required reports and any
regular or special reports for use in hearings, lawsuits, and
insurance investigations. Attends hearings as required. Notify
appropriate senior managers of pertinent details and solutions in a
timely manner. Effectively manage incident cases with all
departments and associations and medical professionals including
Workers Comp as appropriate. Prepare legally required reports and
attend hearings and investigations as required. Provide effective
safety training and development for managers and employees
including new hire safety orientation, incident and fire prevention
and protection, and other employee safety and health programs.
Maintain HSE&S policies and practices to ensure they are
current and appropriate, conduct assessments, and develop
improvements as needed. Maintain and analyze site accident
statistics and lead efforts to identify and correct unsatisfactory
trends. Maintain knowledge of current and emerging regulations and
standards and ensure organizational compliance. Develop and
communicate a cooperative relationship with all Federal, State, and
Local authorities that impact our business in the areas of Health,
Safety & Environment. Lead and oversee Management Steering
Committee and Plant Safety Committee. Manage and administer
hazardous waste tracking, disposal and reporting. Manage and direct
the security contractor(s) for Ogden facilities to ensure employee
safety and protection of company property. Manage HSE&S
department expenses and budget.
QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual
must have the potential to be able to perform each essential duty
satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of
the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelors Degree in Occupational
Safety and Health, Environmental or Industrial Engineering, or a
related degree; or seven to ten years related experience and/or
training; or equivalent combination of education and
ADDITIONAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS: Additional training may be
required, included but not limited to related regulations;
emergency and crisis response and management, communication, EPA
regulations for hazardous waste, air and water, interpersonal
skills, medical (first aid) and industrial hygiene equipment.
LANGUAGE SKILLS: Possess ability to read, analyze, and interpret
common scientific and technical journals, financial and other
numerical reports, and legal documents. Possess ability to respond
to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory
agencies, or members of the business community. Strong
communication, training and interpersonal skills. Have ability to
effectively present information to top management, public groups,
and/or boards of directors.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Certified Safety
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Working knowledge of OSHA, EPA, Hazardous
Material Standards and Applications.
If youre a qualified and interested, please e-mail an attached
Microsoft Word formatted resume to email@example.com.