EHS Manager

 •  Precision Castparts Mountain Top, PA

8 - 10 years experience  •  Manufacturing / Electronics

Salary depends on experience
Posted on 11/22/17
Mountain Top, PA
8 - 10 years experience
Manufacturing / Electronics
Salary depends on experience
Posted on 11/22/17

EHS Manager
US - PA - Mountain Top

Job Description

Wyman-Gordon Pennsylvania, a division of Precision Castparts Corporation (PCC), is a manufacturing leader of Flash Welded and Cold Rolled near net shaped rings for the Aerospace Industry. We are currently seeking a highly motivated, energetic Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Manager with multi-site responsibilities. Facilities included PCC Aerostructures (Wilkes-Barre), Wyman Gordon (Mountaintop), and Tru-Form (Wilkes-Barre). The EHS Manager will be responsible for communicating and implementing safety and environmental compliance programs to ensure a safe, health and compliant work environment for all facilities. EHS Manager drives EHS solutions that ensures the Company is always striving for continuous improvement in regards to safety and accountability.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES ANDRESPONSIBILITIES

  • Directly owns and supports the PCC/Wyman Gordon (Company) EH&S program.

  • Develops and implements environmental programs and policies in compliance with regulation and Company policy including all environmental media- air, water, wastewater, storm water, solid and hazardous waste.

  • Directs efforts to reduce pollutant emissions from facilities through technologically sound and economical methods.

  • Responsible for recordkeeping and reporting requirements under permitted environmental processes.

  • Audits company facilities and recommends and ensures corrective action for hazardous situations in compliance with EPA & OSHA regulations.

  • Tracks and reports EHS corrective actions from incident investigations and external evaluations. Manages corrective actions being taken in impacted departments.

  • Provides and directs plant environmental training and annual compliance auditing.

  • Works closely with EHS corporate management, plant production and maintenance to ensure any changes EHS systems do not negatively affect the manufacturing process.

  • Provides support to the plants’ culture of continuous improvement. Able to lead and participate in kaizen workshops to firmly integrate EH&S thinking in all new standards and new procedures developed as a result of continuous improvement.

  • Provides regulatory compliance direction for environmental programs and permits.

  • Provides Sustainability Data collection/preparation.

  • Manages all environmental related legal matters, regulatory agency contacts, permitting, and enforcement actions.

  • Provides 24-hour on call response for medical and environmental emergencies.

  • Coordinates all facility emergency response and site evacuation programs, including the design and execution of annual drills and management communication.

  • Supports and directs environmental programs meeting and/or exceeding local, state and federal EPA regulations.

  • Inspects facility processes to detect existing or potential environmental, safety and health hazards, determines corrective or preventive measures where indicated and follows up to ensure measures have been implemented.

  • Approves environmental programs endorsed by other plant personnel.

  • Recommends, develops and implements improvements in policies, procedures and equipment to prevent incidents and injuries.

  • Assists in the management and identification and correction of EHS aspects of industrialengineering projects, maintenance projects, and all other plant EHS risk reduction issues.

  • Establishes and maintains effective work relationships within the department, the Corporation and the community; and maintains the professional competence, knowledge and skill necessary for the satisfactory performance of all assigned responsibilities.

  • Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS &EDUCATION

  • Bachelor’s Degree with major/emphasis in Occupational Health and Safety or comparable field required.

  • 7+ yrs. experience as EHS Manager or Engineer within a manufacturing environment

  • Professional knowledge of federal/state standards (OSHA, EPA, DOT) for a manufacturing environment;

  • Experience with regulatory filing and reporting

  • Experience deploying and/or developing effective training programs

  • Certifications – CSHM, CSMP or CESB strongly preferred

The Following skills are desirable:

  • Demonstrated ability to research specific compliance and regulatory requirements

  • Strong project management skills

  • Demonstrates high concern for detail, accuracy and compliance to Company policies/procedures

  • Ability to work with cross functional groups

  • Ability to develop, train and implement programs for continuous improvement

  • Energetic, motivated individual with excellent interpersonal and communication skills

  • Ability to effectively interact with all levels of employees – production level to executive

  • Solid understanding of safety and environmental engineering principals with the ability to apply to the company’s operations.

    Job Id

    16108

    Req. Id

    2

    Req. Code

    PCC-US.23573

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