This position is responsible for the development and implementation of plant safety/health programs and plant environmental compliance programs in support of corporate-wide guidelines, standards, and applicable regulations. Provide on-site leadership, guidance and assistance to plant staff in achieving superior safety/health and environmental performance. This position reports to the Plant Manager and is a member of the Plant Leadership Team.
Functions - the following are key roles of the position, but are not inclusive;
Provide safety/health and environmental expertise to plant staff, including consulting with and providing guidance to the Plant Manager and management team.
Develop and implement safety and health programs to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state and local safety & health standards and in support of Graphic Packaging’s safety and health guidelines and minimum safety and health guidelines.
Review all safety polices annually for compliance with current regulations.
Develop and implement environmental programs to assure compliance with applicable federal, state and local regulations and in support of Graphic Packaging’s environmental guidelines including but not limited to air permitting, hazardous and non-hazardous wastes collection and disposal, NPDES and storm water management.
Develop, implement, and track employee safety and plant environmental training in support of written programs.
Perform periodic safety and environmental audits. Develop recommendations for improvement.
Develop, track, analyze, and communicate plant safety statistics and plant environmental reporting and statistics including but not limited to hazardous waste generator status, Title V air emissions, SARA 312 and 313 usage and reporting requirements, etc.
Coordinate plant involvement with OSHA and regulatory inspections and audits.
Organize workload so that applicable regulatory guidelines are met.
Continue to increase professional environmental knowledge through reading, training, conference attendance, etc. Develop a network of key environmental contacts in regulatory agencies, trade organizations and consulting firms.
Provide support for incident investigations, manage local workers compensation and return to work program.
Good understanding and working knowledge of federal, state and local environmental laws and regulations.
BS in safety or environmental science, engineering or related field.
Experience (3-7 years) in coordinating, managing and developing safety/health and environmental programs.
Experience (3 years) in industrial safety, health protection, environmental protections and regulatory compliance.
Proficient computer skills in MS Office and database programs.
Self-starter, good people skills, strong personal leadership, organizational skills, oral and written communication skills.
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