In this role, you will ensure that all operations are conducted in accordance with all existing federal, state, local, corporate, and EHS operating policies and procedures, including site inspection and interfacing with regulatory personnel including but not limited to OSHA, EPA, NJDEP, DOT, Health Department and other varied local, state and federal government officials.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for contributing to regulatory submissions (INDs, SPAs, IBs, etc); liaising with CROs to request bids/proposals to conduct nonclinical toxicology studies.
In this role, you will provide interface between operations and various federal/state and local agencies and risk management contractors (i.E. Dot, epa, osha and workers compensation loss control representatives.
In this role, you will be responsible for establishes necessary safety procedures and processes to prevent recurrence of the preventable incidents. Stays abreast of all new and current safety regulations.
The Project Safety Manager is responsible for overseeing the administration of the company Health and Safety Program (HSP) and contractual safety requirements to prevent and correct unsafe working conditions at the project level.