Depending upon the desired qualifications of the successful candidate, the hiring manager may elect to fill this position at a higher level within the job hierarchy.
The primary focus of this job family is the development and implementation of industrial safety and industrial hygiene programs to identify and mitigate hazards in the workplace. Develops, recommends and implements related programs and procedures for monitoring and preventing chemical, physical, and biological hazards to prevent illness, injury in the work environment. Programs include occupational safety and health programs regulated by governmental agencies or industry groups. Develop and establish appropriate sampling and monitoring procedures and guidelines, and provide guidance in interpreting and monitoring compliance with governmental regulations and industry/company work practices. Resolve technical, industrial hygiene and safety issues. This is considered the career level. Fully competent in use of both principles and application. Works independently on tasks/projects with limited supervision. Receives guidance only in unusual or complex projects or issues. Identifies problems and possible solutions and takes appropriate action for resolution. It is expected that all competent professionals will reach this level. Possesses and applies a broad knowledge of principles, practices, and procedures.
Develops and implements the industrial safety and health program for the site; reviews and accepts on behalf of the Company, vendor developed and implemented health and safety programs; audits site program to ensure compliance by all employees and contractor employees to the respective programs.
This position is responsible to ensure compliance with all applicable Company policies and governmental laws, rules and regulations including but not limited to the OSHA and NRC rules and regulations.
Incumbent is accountable to lead the development of a culture that prevents accident likely situations and supports the pursuit of a healthy work environment and lifestyle for each employee.
Position requires a Bachelor's degree and 5 - 7 years like-work experience. Four years of like-work experience may be substituted in lieu of a degree, or combination of education and like-work experience totaling 9+ years
Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Professional Engineer (PE).
Preferred experience: field experience in the nuclear utility industry including direct responsibility for industrial safety and hygiene for major maintenance or construction projects, or direct responsibility for industrial safety and occupational health for other major construction projects
Supervisory and management experience including development of staff personnel.
Duke Energy - 2 years ago
Duke Energy Carolinas (formerly Duke Power) energizes the Carolinas as well as its parent company's sales. A part of top US power firm...