EHS Leader / Goodyear (Lincoln, NE)

Jul 30, 2019

Description
Develop, implement, maintain and evaluate a comprehensive and proactive safety and health program Ensure compliance with OSHA, Corporate regulations and policies and other requirements
Develop, deliver and document annual plant wide training
Lead OHSAS Planning and implementationPlan, Train and lead Plant Safety Committee
Audit EHS programs to ensure compliance and effectiveness
Participate as a member of the Plant Operating Committee
Develop and maintain mandatory records including, OSHA log, permits and waste programs
Lead and/or participate in Job Hazard Analysis, including ergonomics
Investigation of employee concerns, EHS Incidents, and Employee Observations/Near Misses, along with corrective action development
Identifies EHS goals to support achievement of the corporate EHS targets and objectives
Manages Industrial Hygiene program to include sampling & analysis, data collection, and data reporting
Manages Third­ Party consultants and projects associated with EHS activities
Acts as the facility EHS contact with government agencies

This position reports to the Plant Manager

Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree in Safety, Industrial Hygiene or other related studies
Minimum 5 years experience in manufacturing environment requiredMinimum 3 years experience leading people
Prior experience must be within the environmental, safety and health field (minimum 3 years)Prior experience working with OSHA officials / auditors and city officials
Sorry, no relocation assistance or visa sponsorship will be offered for this position
Preferred:
Master’s Degree in ESH related field
Applicable ESH related certifications

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