The Environmental, Health, & Safety (EHS) Manager is responsible for leading, coordinating, and developing EHS strategy, policy procedures directed at moving towards continuous improvement in World Class Environmental, Safety & Health for the Lexington Manufacturing Facility. This position is also responsible for the leadership of the EHS group.
- Actively lead continuous improvement in Lexington’s EHS culture and compliance.
- Energetically pursue and direct a proactive incident prevention approach
- to EHS.
- Continue to refine and inspire action affecting the leading indicators of incident prevention and
- culture improvement to EHS.
- Provide safety leadership through example both on and off the job.
- Participate in accident investigations to explore and implement corrective actions to solve root
- causes for all Federal, State, and local regulatory inspections.
- Advise, develop, and coordinate with Engineering regarding ergonomic, safety, and
- environmental issues in the process and product design.
- Design and deliver EHS policies, programs, communications, and monthly training.
- Collaborate with multiple volunteer teams and employee-led initiatives. Participate, chair, and
- support all Safety Committees.
- Monitor/audit EHS groups and advise as necessary throughout the plant.
- Manage the EHS Management System requirements.
- Remain current on information, legislation, and technical advances within EHS
- disciplines. Communicate requirements to all levels of management.
- Responsible for Safety budget, EHS balanced scorecard, and performance to plan.
- Participate and establish safety direction and goals for the business unit, which includes the
- long-term strategy
- Use Six Sigma statistical process analysis techniques; provide the Leadership Team quarterly
- updates with recommendations to continuously improve
- Meet all EHS compliance objectives.
- Manage recycling, non-hazardous, and hazardous waste workcell removal and disposal.
- Bachelor’s degree required in industrial safety, safety sciences, safety engineering,
- environmental science/engineering or related degree. Degree must be from a regional or national accredited institution.
- 5 years of directly related EHS management and supervisory responsibility. Results oriented, manufacturing process background.
- Comprehensive knowledge of the OSHA, EPA, and DOT regulations, experience in the
- Interpretation of local and state environmental and safety and standards.
- Ability to interact and effectively communicate with all levels of plant personnel.
- Computer and analytical skills.
- One or more safety-related professional certifications (i.e. CIH or CSP).
- Experience in a Union environment.
- Demonstrated experience in the integration of EHS into the manufacturing process.
- Six Sigma Green Belt certification or commitment to attain.
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