Serve as a functional HSE expert and support the facility, including providing leadership and technical support on HSE programs and ensuring full and on-going compliance with applicable regulatory and Honeywell requirements. You will partner with business leaders and employees to continuously improve HSE culture, awareness and accountability, in support of site's HSE objectives and business initiatives. You will integrate HSE processes, procedures, and practices into daily operations. You will support incident investigations; RCCA investigations and conduct corrective action closure verification activities.
- Build a world-class safety culture in a highly technical, aerospace manufacturing environment.
- Support a high functioning self managed work team environment through continuous improvement and leader-leader philosophy.
- Develop and sustain a robust HSE management system that is imbedded and owned by all employees, driving towards a Zero-Injury culture.
YOU MUST HAVE
- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Science, Health and Safety or related technical discipline
- Due to US export control laws, must be a US citizen, permanent resident or have protected status.
- Significant experience directly related in Health, Safety, Industrial Hygiene and Environmental practice in a manufacturing environment
- Some HSE professional certifications including CHMM, CSP and CIH
- Significant working knowledge of OSHA and DOT regulations, some knowledge of EPA
- Effectively demonstrates ability to deliver on complex situations or problems without guidance or supervision
- Conveys information with clarity and directness, ensuring the message is understood across diverse teams
- Some experience creating and maintaining on-line HSE training programs
- Some knowledge and experience in industrial hygiene sampling and monitoring
- Highly motivated, energetic, self-directed individual with good analytical and problem-solving skills
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.