The Regional Manager drives safety performance across a multi-site environment, ensuring best practice and engagement with operations at sites to establish an industry leading safety culture. Serve as the company's Safety representative for assigned region, providing technical safety expertise as well as knowledge of industry standards and best practices. Conducts safety meetings, worksite inspections, identifies hazards and safety violations. Establishes appropriate measures and ensures all deficiencies and violations are corrected in a timely manner. Oversee the investigation process of incidents occurring in assigned region. Drives forward safety performance across all operational sites, ensuring continuous improvement and provides feed back to the executive leadership team. Conducts project safety inspections, training programs and audits as necessary.
Arranges monthly safety meetings with operations at respective locations to ensure best practice and commitment to company safety goals. Completes and submits accident reports. Ensure company compliance in relation to industry regulator standards (OSHA). Regional Manager must be able to drive “a zero injury safety culture without compromise.” This is a critical position that is responsible for enforcing a culture of safety and related quality inspections, audits, meetings, and data for a large regional network of pharmacies. This position reports up to the Director, QEHS and will be responsible for national and regional audit and inspection programs for quality and safety. Position can be located at any one of the National sites, Regional sites, or Home Infusion sites that are centrally located to an airport, and accessible via car or plane.
Bachelor’s degree in scientific area (i.e. engineering, chemistry, biology) or related discipline
Expert on OSHA regulations, Hazmat / Hazwaste
Must be a coach, mentor and educator and team oriented
Must be willing to travel (20% travel)
7+ years’ related experience and in-depth knowledge of environment, health and safety regulations required.
7+ years’ experience having managed regional / distributed sites (safety)
7+ years’ progressive EHS experience within a high-risk manufacturing environment
Demonstrated knowledge of process safety and risk assessment tools and techniques (i.e. FMEA)
Sound working knowledge of Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), Clean-Room, and government regulatory requirements and guidelines
Chemical Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Hazardous Materials Management (CHMM), and Occupational Health
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