Do you have a passion for environmental, health and safety? Are you a self-starter that enjoys collaborating with various stakeholders? If so keep reading. As an EHS Manager you will be accountable for leading, developing and implementing all Environmental, Health and Safety, (EHS), procedures, programs and activities, to ensure compliance with local, state and federal government regulations and CBI standards and expectations.
You will provide the site management team and hourly employees with functional guidance, and technical expertise on EHS related issues. You will play a critical role in driving behavioral based safety at the Mission Bell facility.
- Lead, develop and implement all EHS policies, procedures, programs and activities, ensuring compliance with local, state, and federal government regulations and CBI Standards, and expectations.
- Assist supervisory and management personnel by facilitating root cause analysis, and corrective and preventative action development to prevent future accidents, incidents or releases.
- Review workplace practices to make sure EHS related policies and procedures are being followed by employees and enforced by management.
- Ensure a proactive approach to accident prevention by training, and advising management and employees on all EHS issues
- Assist in development of guidelines, SOP’s, procedures and practices
- Effectively communicate EHS related issues via bulletins, newsletters, memos and meetings
- Assist with follow up on employee care and work restrictions.
- Organize required training in all departments to increase awareness, and adherence
- Ensure that all required EHS records and reports are prepared and maintained.
- Perform trend analysis on information as required.
- Work with the Engineering team to provide input during the planning and execution of engineering projects, maintenance work, and the introduction of new technology, ensuring that related safeguards, and permitting requirements, are incorporated to meet all applicable regulatory requirements.
- Ensure the effective functioning of site Safety & Environmental Committees.
- Use leading indicators such as hazard identification and EHS observation activities to proactively identify risks, develop recommendations, and implement corrective and preventative actions.
- Develop, train, and maintain an effective Emergency Response Team to ensure appropriate response in the event of an EHS incident.
- Plan, prepare, monitor, and administer the local safety and environmental budget.
- Ensure employee safety and good environmental practices are routinely promoted across the site.
- Ensure that an effective EHS induction program is in place for all permanent employees, and contractors.
- Ensure that an effective Injury Management Program is in place.
- Adhere to and administer all Company Policies and Procedures.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s of Science or Engineering degree
- 8+ years of EHS experience in an Industrial or Manufacturing environment
- 2+ years of managerial experience developing others and building teams
- Experience in EHS Management Systems
- Working knowledge of safety codes, environmental rules and regulations.
- Experience with permitting and providing reports to regulatory agencies (CAA, CWA, CERCLA, RCRA)
- Ability to multi-task, demonstrate a sense of urgency and ability get things done in a fast-paced environment
- Robust oral and written communication skills
- Ability to build relationships with internal and external constituencies and perform duties and responsibilities in a manner consistent with the company’s values
- MS Office experience, specifically Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- Professional Certifications in PE, CSP, CIH or REHS
- 2+ years of beverage or CPG experience
- Project Management Certification or 2+ years of Project Management experience
- Continuous Improvement experience in Six Sigma and/or Green Belt Certified
Physical Requirements/Work Environment
- Travel Required: 10-15%
- Work Environment:
- Works outdoors/indoors
- Works in warm/cold climates
- Works in high places
- Works on wet surfaces
- Is exposed to loud noise, fumes and/or toxic chemicals
- Works near moving, mechanical parts and lift truck traffic
- Must be able to move up to 55 lbs
- Primary office environment will be a production facility
- Must be at least 21 years of age. Must be able to sit and/or stand for long periods of time and work on a computer for extended periods. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.