The EHS Manager is responsible for setting up and controlling the sites EHS management systems in close co-operation with the Plant Manager, Global EHS Business Partner and the other management team members. These EHS systems shall comprise all relevant regulatory (national, regional, communal) and Corporate conditions and standards.
Ensure full compliance with federal, state, local and corporate environment, health and safety standards such as but not limited to OSHA, PSM, Responsible Care, TSCA Compliance, DOT and EPA. Through setting up management systems and performing regular audits to keep the site compliant.
Remain current on EHS Best Practices and act as a change agent within the Plant and TPU EHS Team.
Develop, implement and manage an EHS system that provides business processes to support development, manufacturing, sales and technical in compliance with the company standards.
Audits manufacturing processes and makes recommendations for process safety. Responsible for all site safety training, including employee safety orientation, industrial hygiene, regulatory training and (behavioral based) safety committees as well as for internal EHS audits, data generation and record retention.
Manage and control the costs of the department within the agreed budget. Deliver annual reports on site environmental performance (waste and emission data) and safety performance in accordance with regulatory and corporate requirements. Issue monthly reports including statistics and relevant conclusions, and recommendations for investment / improvement.
Manage all contacts with the regulatory bodies (national, state and local) and has responsibility for regulatory compliance of all environmental, occupational health and safety, plant safety, process safety, product safety, hazardous communications and regulatory affairs activities at the site.
Degree with relevant EHS experience is required. At least 5 years of experience in the field of setting up and managing EHS systems.
Experience with setting up ISO14000 systems would be an asset.
Experience in the chemical manufacturing industry is strongly preferred.
Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)