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Responsibilities and Qualifications
CCI/Speer, Located on the banks of the famous Snake River, and situated on the border of Washington State, Lewiston, Idaho is home to Vista Outdoor brands CCI, Speer and Speer Bullets. Since 1941, our manufacturing facility has been part of the local community; providing shooters worldwide with quality ammunition and components.Vista Outdoor is a leading global designer, manufacturer and marketer in the growing outdoor sports and recreation markets. The company operates in two segments, Outdoor Products and Shooting Sports, and has more than 50 well-recognized brands that provide consumers with a range of performance-driven, high-quality and innovative products in the ammunition, firearms and outdoor accessories categories
Our Lewiston, ID location is seeking a Safety Engineer to add to our team. The Safety Engineer assists in all area of safety including compliance with Vista Outdoor Energetic Operating Standards, Occupational Safety and Health Standards, Process Safety Management, and Plant Process Control Board. Additionally, this role coordinates the site's Industrial Hygiene Program, develops training agendas and provides support for safety training to the Lewiston site. This position is responsible for the coordination of outside agency's inspections including follow-up to findings. Additional responsibilities include:
Coordinate all activities of EOS Compliance which includes Plant Process Control Board and the EOS committee. Included in this section are the 14 compliance steps of Process Safety Management and all related correspondence, documentation, coordinating PHA meetings, and other activities related to EOS.
Supervise outside agency's compliance inspections within the Lewiston Operations and issues inspection reports with abatement. Provides training for Plant Authority responsibilities, Contractor Safety and Management, Lift Truck Operator training, New Hire Orientation and supports Safety training for the Lewiston Operation. The supervision of fire auxiliary systems, such as alarm and detector systems are included in this supervisory responsibility. Responds to emergencies at the Lewiston locations to act as incident command or to assist in the emergency operations as necessary.
Performs Industrial Hygiene work including air sampling and other possible sources that could be injurious to workers. Ensures that Industrial Hygiene work complies with appropriate government regulations and laws. Reports results of sampling and testing to the appropriate Department Supervisors. Issues personal protective equipment and performs related training as needed.
Calibrates and maintains all Industrial Hygiene and monitoring systems/equipment for Safety Department and Lewiston Operations.
Provides guidance to Lewiston Operation's Supervisors. Conducts safety inspection and assigns and monitors abatement deadlines.
Reviews new or revised OSHA and DOT regulations. Submits policy drafts or revisions to the Safety Manager for direction. Develops outlines and teaching materials, and serves as training instructor as needed.
Performs accident investigations. Works with the Health Supervisor in assuring compliance with Vista Outdoors policies and government regulations.
Reviews changes in Standard Operating Procedures, Engineering Orders, Drawings, Safety Proposals, and all Equipment Changes.
Prepares, approves, and implements comprehensive health and safety procedures in accordance with federal and Governmental regulations with particular emphasis on explosive safety, industrial hygiene, and process safety.
A Bachelor's of Science in Safety, Industrial Hygiene or Business Management required. (Years of experience and training may be considered in lieu of education).
Minimum 4 years of experience in a manufacturing environment.
ASP, CSP or CIH certification
Experience and knowledge of regulations and interpretations associated with OSHA, DOT, NFPA, DHS, ATF, and ANSI.
Ability to communicate well with all types of employees.
Additional Desirable Qualifications
Knowledge of and experience in ammunition and explosives manufacturing and industrial hygiene strongly preferred.
Experience with and working knowledge of EPA and/or IDEQ regulations.
We offer a highly competitive salary, exciting training opportunities and comprehensive benefits including: medical and dental, vision, disability and life insurance, 401K, PTO, tuition reimbursement, and the ability to add value to an exciting mission!
We offer a highly competitive salary, comprehensive benefits including: medical and dental, vision, disability and life insurance, 401K, PTO, tuition reimbursement, and the ability to add value to an exciting mission!
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