EHS Intern

Heartland Food Products Group Indianapolis , IN 46218

Posted 6 months ago


Heartland has an opportunity for a high-energy, extroverted problem solver with a strong work ethic and personal drive. The EHS Intern position is project-based with

two projects designed to challenge and grow the candidate, providing ample opportunity to apply what has been learned.


  • Project 1: Identify, trace, and appropriately label process piping per ANSI guidance standards

  • Capability to read and utilize existing P&ID drawings to identify process materials and flow direction

  • Utilize in house labeling capability to create identification labels of appropriate size, color, and process identification

  • Installation of identifications in accordance with industry best practice and standards guidance

  • Project 2: Originate and disseminate machine-specific Control of Hazardous Energy (LOTO & Line Break) procedures

  • Evaluate existing equipment lines for potentially hazardous energy sources

  • Research manual & manufacturer guides to determine if specific LOTO procedures exist

  • Using the manual & manufacturer specifications, create machine-specific LOTO manual

  • Work with the Training Manager to ensure the appropriate individuals are trained on the newly created LOTO manuals

  • Primary point of contact for internal communication regarding the projects.

  • Transmits information or documents to internal stakeholders, using e-mail.

  • Other duties as assigned by members of the EHS and Learning team.


  • Must possess visual acuity to read/write P&IDs

  • Must be able to read and understand machine schematics and manuals

  • Must be able to physically perform the functions of climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, rasping, feeling, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions.

  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds.


  • Exhibits professionalism and thrives in an ever-changing and demanding environment.

  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and exhibit attention to detail.

  • Must have good job performance and attendance records.

  • Must be in-progress of a degree in Chemical Engineering or Engineering, ideally a junior-level student

  • A minor or interest in Electrical Engineering is helpful

  • Strong working knowledge of MS Office applications including, but not limited to Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint. Familiarity with Adobe Acrobat and database experience is helpful.

  • Experience supporting a fast-paced operations leadership team strongly preferred.

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EHS Intern

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