Site Health, Safety & Environment Coordinator

Faurecia Interior Systems Fort Wayne , IN 46801

Posted 2 months ago

Faurecia is an Equal Opportunity Employer

"Technical Perfection and automotive passion" is what defines Faurecia. We design, engineer and provide the best in technology, systems and services for automobile makers in every major market on all five continents. If you share our ambition for technical perfection and our passion for all things automotive, Faurecia has a career for you.

"Faurecia, a driving forcefor your professional growth."

Our Clean Mobility Division is looking for a Site Health, Safety & Environment Coordinator for its Tier 1 Production Facility at Fort Wayne, Indiana.

The role of a Site HSE Coordinator is to guarantee, according to national legislation, the respect and the enforcement of the Group's HSE policy. The main missions of the role are to:

  • Analyse the site risks and bring solutions to improve the working conditions; the level of industrial safety; and respect of the environment

  • Propose an annual HSE action plan to the site management

  • Coach and support the site management and employees

  • Participate in Faurecia's HSE network

  • Monitor legal compliance and manage the site's relations with local government and regulatory organizations

  • Monitor the reporting of HSE indicators (FR0t, environmental data, ...)

  • Organise and drive HSE audits and trainings

  • Carry out accident enquiries

The ideal candidate will have/be:

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering with a specialisation in Health, Safety&Environment

  • A first experience in a plant or in an industrial environment

  • Knowledge of HSE tools and methods : AMDEC, 5 why methodology, job instruction, audits, ISO 14001, OSHAS 18000

  • Knowledge of national legislation

  • General knowledge of automotive production plant technologies

  • Minimum bi-lingual (English required)

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