3P Partners

  • Regional EHS Manager - NY

    Job Locations US-NY-Sangerfield
    Job ID
    2018-1387
    Category
    Environment, Health, Safety and Quality Assurance
    Type
    Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Regional EHS Manager will work closely with the Corporate EHS Director, the Regional General Manager as well as individual Plant Management and employees to help develop, implement and monitor various occupational safety, food safety, and environmental programs. 

    Job Function

    • Work with the Corporate EHS Director to learn and understand the safety, DOT and environmental regulations which form the basis of the regulatory programs. Provide input on the development of new company programs. 
    • Use the computer based safety management system to enter plant specific information, safety training, proactive safety incidents, hazards identified, and corrective actions. 
    • Read and understand multiple safety, transportation and environmental programs and be able to explain their requirements to local management and employees. 
    • Work with Plant and Transportation management and employees to develop strategies to comply with the programs. 
    • Conduct monthly employee safety training using company training material augmented with relevant site specific information during multiple shifts. Conduct new employee safety training for all permanent and temporary employees.  
    • Conduct periodic facility audits to confirm safety programs are being implemented.   
    • Conduct and coordinate incident investigations when safety or environmental incidents occur. 
    • Regularly communicate and meet with Corporate, Regional, Operations, Plant and Transportation management regarding the status of safety and environmental programs and managing priorities. 
    • Coordinate FSMA efforts in the Northeast 
    • Provide input as a member of the Region Management Team 

    Job Requirements

    • Experience with EHS program management either through complying with programs in an industrial manufacturing setting or managing EHS programs. 
    • Demonstrated experience providing leadership on safety or environmental programs. 
    • Demonstrated experience presenting training material in front of an audience. 
    • College degree preferred but some college or advanced studies required. 
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
    • Good computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office. 
    • Ability to travel overnight, climb 30 feet of ladder, work at elevations up to 120 feet, wear a respirator, work in high noise environments using hearing protection and drive a rental car required.

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