A Specialty Chemical company, located near Lexington, KY., is seeking a Safety Manager to join its EHS team.
Lead Site Safety committee activities and initiatives.
Conduct safety, health and environmental training for new employees. Develop, plan and conduct annual refresher training sessions for all employees.
Maintain Contractor Safety Program and ensure subcontractor compliance regarding safety and health requirements.
Compile, analyzes, and interpret statistical data related to near-miss, incidents, injuries and illnesses.
Participate in Root Cause Analysis for injury/incident investigations and obtain accident and injury reports.
Facilitate Hazops and Process Hazards Analysis.
Conduct Process Safety Management (PSM) reviews and track to completion.
Compile data for monthly safety performance metrics.
Complete annual OSHA log.
Perform site safety audits and identify potential hazards and recommend corrective and preventative measures.
Maintain active role in community involvement programs as relates to safety, health and environmental issues and catastrophic events. Maintain contingency program for emergencies and Site Emergency Response Plan.
Responsible for hazardous waste shipments and all associated paperwork, tracking and permitting.
Formulate, distribute, track and improve both internal and external packaging and labeling of finished products, raw materials and non-standard.
Develop and implement a site-wide Industrial Hygiene (IH) sampling plan.
Must have a completed BS/BA degree. Engineering or Science is preferred.
Must have 5+ years of Chemical Manufacturing Experience.
Must have extensive working knowledge of OSHA regulations, NFPA standards or other applicable codes.
Must have working knowledge of behavior based safety including (BBS) general principles, audit process and ABC analysis.
Demonstrated construction safety experience.
Advanced Safety/Industrial Hygiene Certifications (CSP, ASP, CIH, OHST) preferred.
Experience in dealing with regulatory agencies, safety and health professionals and legal representatives.
Intermediate to advanced computer skills with the ability to use MS Office with proficiency (Word, Excel, Outlook, Project, and PowerPoint).
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively regarding safety and hazardous material issues. Must have ability to act quickly and calmly in the event of an emergency or catastrophe.
Must have ability to interpret and apply OSHA regulations (1926 and 1910), local building and fire codes (NFPA) and other applicable standards and maintain compliance against the standards.