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Under the direction of the Safety, Health and Environmental Manager, this position is accountable for conducting analyses of occupational hazards and health and environmental risks and prescribing the preventive or corrective measures, equipment, training and education necessary to insure that the location meets and/or exceeds the requirements of federal, state, and local regulations, codes and/or laws and company policies and procedures. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
- Develops and publishes safety and environmental programs consistent with regulations and company policy.
- Assists with training associates, supervisors, and contractors in the areas of safety and environmental awareness, specific program requirements and job-specific training programs currently existing
- Perform job hazard analysis to identify loss potential of our systems and processes
- Review and interpret loss data to discover causative agents and recommend appropriate corrective actions.
- Review and revise location standards, policies and practices as necessary to assure they are current and in concert with company and / or regulatory requirements.
- Assists with maintenance of ISO 14001 and ISO 18001 program requirements and certification
- Assists with accident investigations to ascertain causes in order to develop preventive safety measures and programs
- Review and evaluate technical developments to measure applicability to our processes.
- Trains associates, managers/supervisors and other employees in the areas of general safety and environmental awareness, specific program requirements and specific job requirements.
- Maintains required records, prepares reports and files as necessary to meet corporate and regulatory requirements.
- Utilize approved measurement procedures, such as cost stats and work sampling to evaluate performance.
- Audit implementation by effected personnel.
- Organize and coordinate emergency response.
- Participates in audits and inspections of the location to ensure company objectives and regulatory requirements are met
- Assist in providing direction and leading Safety Committee
Successful candidates will have Bachelor's degree and a minimum 3 years of experience
- Knowledge of OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14000 standards
- Ability to understand and apply Federal, State and local regulations.
- Ability to receive instructions and complete tasks
- Good computer skills (PowerPoint, Word, Excel)
- Possess ability to learn required training programs (OSHA, EPA, DOT, RCRA, HAZWOPER)
- Basic understanding of manufacturing processes (assembly, machine operations)
Care. Connect. Challenge. Commit.
Our values define our company. Who we are, our customer approach, how we do business, what it's like to work here, and the kind of people we want to attract and retain. We care for our planet, our customers, our company, our team, and ourselves. We connect to customers and colleagues; we are open and respectful. We challenge others and embrace challenges ourselves. We commit to change by leading the change.
At Schneider Electric, because we value our employees, we offer a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision, matching 401(k), training and development opportunities and much more. Join Schneider Electric and together, let's make the most of your energy.
Schneider Electric is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
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