Reporting directly to the Plant Manager, the EHS Manager is responsible for the overall creation, development, and maintenance of effective Environmental Health and Safety programs and strives to enhance platform and site specific programs. The EH&S Manager supports the Plant Manager in providing site leadership in all aspects of Environment, Health & Safety. The EH&S Manager must understand, embrace and drive the use of Crane values: Intellectual Capital, Operational Excellence, and Transparency.
Lead and develop programs to achieve zero harm to people, environment, and community through building a culture focused on sustaining controls and positive behaviors.
Act as the primary contact with regulatory agencies, consultants, and third party auditors as needed to support the site.
Develop and maintain safety and training programs and procedures in accordance with OSHA regulations. Implement, monitor, and maintain safety procedures and practices in coordination with Crane Composites guidelines.
Oversee and assist in the prompt and thorough investigation of all safety or environmental related incidents and near misses.
Identify hazards in the work environment and conduct risk assessments for the various job functions. Implement accident prevention programs in response to identified hazards and/or OSHA safety requirements. Maintain PPE compliance and related health programs and training.
Coordinate all hazardous waste activities at the facility, including monitoring, record keeping and training.
Manage all environmental related recordkeeping and administration. This includes compliance with all permits, operating conditions and regulatory standards.
Provide support to other departments in the procurement and/or implementation of new equipment, processes, or materials according to Company guidelines for the safety of employees and protection of the environment.
Take personal ownership of all plant environmental and safety related programs, including routine inspections, training, documentation, and reporting.
Plan and conduct employee safety orientation and training programs.
Fulfill the training requirements for plant personnel based on plant program and regulatory guidelines.
Update or implement plant safety and environmental programs as needed to satisfy current and ongoing compliance legislation.