Health And Safety Specialist

Action Resources Birmingham , AL 35202

Posted 1 month ago


The Environmental, Health and Safety Specialist (EHS) will provide EHS support to employees and management at the assigned branch and field operations, promote a positive safety culture to operations and employees, implement and manage corporate health & safety programs, and promote continuous safety awareness and improvement.


  • Provide safety support in promoting safety awareness and safe work practices in an effort to achieve a safety culture with zero incidents and maintain regulatory compliance

  • Understands and is knowledgeable in applicable EPA, OSHA, and MSHA, regulations

  • Assists in development and implementation of EHS procedures, policies, and guidelines

  • Conducts inspections and audits, as required to ensure compliance with Company Policies and regulatory compliance

  • Assists in mitigation of identified hazardous conditions and/or unsafe acts with employee's and management

  • Participates in incident investigations and assists with development of corrective actions, and completion of reports as required

  • Assists in case management of Workers' Compensation Claims

  • Manages incident statistics for assigned Branch's

  • Assist with development and review of site work plans and health & safety plans as requested

  • Ability to represent Company during regulatory inspections, audits, and meetings

  • Preparation of reports as requested by Management

  • Conducts training as requested by Management

  • Manages employee EHS training programs

  • Attends operations meetings to review concerns and issues as requested

  • Responds in timely fashion to emergency response, and other incidents. Provides EHS support at these incidents

  • Manages air monitoring and exposure assessment programs for employees as identified

  • Participates in Health & Safety Committee Meetings

  • Additional duties as assigned


  • High School education or equivalent required

  • Bachelor's degree in the field of Occupational Safety & Health preferred

  • 3-5 years' health and safety experience

  • Comprehensive understanding of EPA, OSHA, and MSHA regulations

  • Strong organizational and communication skills required

  • Successful experience in training HAZWOPER certification preferred

  • Ability to travel at least 60% of the time

  • Experience using Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint required

  • Sometimes requires sitting, standing, walking, puling and/or pushing, stooping, crouching, and climbing

  • Ability to lift > 25 pounds,

  • Ability to obtain Medical & Respirator Clearance

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