Celanese Corporation is a global technology leader in the production of specialty materials and chemical products which are used in most major industries and consumer applications. Our products, essential to everyday living, are manufactured in North America, Europe and Asia. Known for operational excellence, sustainability and premier safety performance, Celanese delivers value to customers around the globe with best-in-class technologies. Based in Dallas, Texas, the company employs approximately 7,600 employees worldwide and had 2011 net sales of $6.8 billion, with approximately 73% generated outside of North America. For more information about Celanese Corporation and its global product offerings, visit www.celanese.com
The Occupational Health Nurse provides leadership and coordinates the sites medical function to conserve, protect, promote, the health and safety of the employee in the work place. Responsibility includes assessing, planning, implementing, managing, and evaluating of injury/illness and disability cases, drug testing program, emergency, medical services, wellness promotion, workers compensation, health monitoring, record keeping, and OSHA compliance, and case managent.
The primary focus of the Occupational Health Nurse is to promote, protect and restore the worker’s health within the context of a safe and healthy work environment. The Occupational Health Nurse establishes strong support relationships with internal groups as Site Leadership Team, ESHA, and Human Resources along with outside local and regulatory agencies.
The Occupational Health Nurse provides direction and support in the design, development, and implementation of various medical programs and their components to meet medical care elements and the business Responsible Care objectives. The Occupational Health Nurse also recognizes, evaluates, and mitigates the impact of legal issues and governmental regulations as it relates to employee health. This position requires independent judgments in providing occupational health services. Confidentiality of health information is integral. The Occupational Health Nurse has the authority to develop medical policies and procedures that meet requirements of the company health and safety requirements. The position is responsible for completing data for statistical evaluation to management and acts as primary resource for record keeping determination for ESHA and the Site Leadership Team.
Good communication skills – ability to present training material
Chain of Custody for Substance Abuse
Case Management Experience
OSHA regulations, HIPAA, Workers compensation, LOA Case Management Experience
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Sensitive Communications with employees
Work with Fire Brigades at each Site as needed.
First aid and CPR participation
2-3 years Occupational Health Experience
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