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MISC - Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) Manager
Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) Manager
Five (5) + years' experience in HS&E management and loss prevention in diverse work environments in Comprehensive knowledge of federal & state health, safety and environmental regulations, and industry practices is preferred.
Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) or Certified Safety Professional (CSP) required.
Comprehensive knowledge of federal & state health, safety and environmental regulations, and industry practices is preferred.
Comprehensive knowledge of health, safety, and environment requirements required
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, with experience creating Ad Hoc and summary reports required
Proven experience researching corporate safety incidents and creating concise reports required
Experience conducting gap analyses and developing corrective action plans
History of demonstrated performance, leadership and innovation required
Ability to travel up to 25%- 50% of time overall and work at field locations up to 1week at a time.
Must be competent with various software programs (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
Comprehensive knowledge of federal & state health, safety and environmental regulations, and industry practices is required.
Bachelor's degree in occupational Health, industrial Safety, Environmental science, Engineering, or similar technical field.
The HSE Manager develops, implements, and manages occupational Health, industrial Safety and Environmental (HS&E) strategies, conducts safety inspections and training; serves as consultant to subsidiary companies on safety issues, and performs related duties as required.
Participates in tactical planning in support of HS&E initiatives
Facilitates regulatory visits, manages emergency response incidents; implements corrective actions
Conducts/leads training in applicable HS&E areas
Interacts with subsidiary Senior Management Team as necessary; acts as liaison with all functional first line management and supervisors as appropriate
Conducts regular safety audits, including the inspection of facilities, work sites, equipment, work practices and safety devices to ensure compliance with required workplace safety standards, government regulations; report finds to subsidiary President with recommendations of changes to establish safe work condition
Implements corporate level medical surveillance program.
Acts as primary corporate contact in the event of a reportable incident or on the job injury and follow up with communication to subsidiary Senior Management Tea
Completes corporate level reporting for Federal (i.e. OSHA, BLS, EPA, etc.) and internal compliance.
Acts as key contact to subsidiary regarding safety data needed for company proposal efforts. Prepares technical reports, policies, procedures, and directives. Assesses risk exposure using industry accepted sampling &monitoring techniques.
Partners with subsidiary for indemnity loss reporting, investigation, correction, return to work, & claim closure process
Leads, coaches, mentors and educates internal, as well as external, customers.
This position will require travel of up to 30% (CONUS) and will require the incumbent to drive a personal vehicle to work sites on occasion, as well as lease rental cars when on travel.
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