Administer and maintain the Environmental, Health & Safety Programs.
Act as principal compliance oversight for EH&S programs.
Investigate all accidents to determine root cause while working with management to develop and implement corrective action to prevent reoccurrence.
Maintain site Environmental, Health & Safety programs.
Conduct periodic and scheduled facility EH&S audits/inspections as necessary to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements.
Follow up on all accidents and injuries to ensure prompt submittal of required documentation.
Serve as chairperson for the site safety committee and emergency response team.
Procure and distribute EH&S related topics to be reviewed at crew meetings.
Responsible to maintain all OSHA & EPA required logs, reports and documentation.
Monitor the effectiveness of the EH&S training programs to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements.
Support the Restricted Duty Program and all Workers Comp issues that arise.
Perform employee training related to EH&S as directed.
Act as the site point of contact with Federal, State and local authorities concerning safety and environmental issues.
PERFORM THE FOLLOWING AS APPLICABLE
Inspect and supervise the Hazardous Waste Accumulation and universal waste storage areas in accordance with 40 CFR 262.34 and any applicable state and local regulations and TIMCO policy/procedures.
Arrange for and schedule the proper disposal of hazardous or regulated waste and expired materials in the allotted time as directed in 40 CFR 262.34.
Insure that all hazardous and regulated waste manifests and records are true, accurate, and filed in a manner to be accessible to all federal state and local regulators.
Obtain required EPA permits and maintain files and associated reports including as applicable:
Air Emissions Permit
Industrial Waste Water Discharge Permit
Hazardous Waste Permit
Toxic and hazardous emissions inventory report (Form R)
Community-Right-To-Know Report (Tier II)
Bi-annual hazardous waste report.
Maintain an updated file of Material Safety Data sheets for all chemicals brought on site.
Analyze the usage of chemicals on a daily basis and take steps to ensure VOC’s or HAP’s do not exceed local, state and federal regulations.
Serve as the Facility Emergency Coordinator and Respond to and act as on scene commander for environmental emergencies.
Requires a High School education or equivalent
Must be familiar and comfortable working within an Environmental Management System.
Must complete required training and annual refresher course to act as a Hazardous Waste Program Manager.
In addition to above, must hold or be able to achieve at least one recognized professional safety certification within 24 months of initial hiring.
Must have computer skills for use with typical business software and equipment.
A working knowledge of workman’s compensation law, safety, occupational health and OSHA is required.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills are needed.
Requires dealing with persons at all levels within the company and outside the company on matters requiring explanation, discussion, persuasion, and obtaining approvals.
Must be able to plan own work and to use professional knowledge to evaluate and interpret job requirements, guided by standard or accepted practice.
Must complete 8 hours of hazardous waste management within 90 days of accepting the position.
Must complete 40 hours of RCRA training within 2 years of accepting the position.
Must complete 40 hours of Emergency Response Training (HAZWOPPER) within 2 years of accepting the position.