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Environmental, Health & Safety Supervisor at Continental Structural Plastics

Environmental, Health & Safety Supervisor

Continental Structural Plastics Bowling Green, OH Full-Time
$55,000.00 - $65,000.00 / year
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Continental Structural Plastics (CSP) is an innovative and full-service Tier One supplier with a global presence and emphasis in development for lightweight technologies. CSP offers employees the opportunity to join a leading edge company within the composite material industry and enjoy the benefits offered by a growing company in North America and internationally.

We are seeking an EHS Supervisor for our North Baltimore, Ohio Plant.

Position Summary:

Under the direction of the Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Manager, this position will provide support and guidance for all aspects of the EHS program in a unionized manufacturing setting. The Environmental, Health, and Safety team is tasked with ensuring compliance with OSHA and EPA standards and Corporate EHS policies.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Other duties may be assigned, in addition to those identified below.
  • Recognizes, evaluates, and makes recommendations for the control of potential workplace hazards in the areas of industrial hygiene and industrial safety.
  • Works in a team environment and guides members of maintenance, engineering, production, purchasing and shipping departments.
  • Investigates employee Health and Safety complaints, discusses findings, and recommends possible solutions in a timely manner.
  • Assists EHS Manager with managing environmental programs (hazardous waste program, storm water program, wastewater monitoring, air quality reporting, acting as a liaison with local regulatory agencies, ensuring submission of applicable monthly, periodic and annual environmental reports, working with Corporate EHS personnel on a frequent basis).
  • Classifies injury/illness events utilizing OSHA protocols for record keeping. Analyzes loss experience for corrective action.
  • Responsible for Environmental, Health & Safety policies. Ensures that Environmental, Health and Safety policies and procedures are current, distributed appropriately and that document control is maintained.
  • Coordinates respirator fit testing to ensure regulatory compliance utilizing quantitative or qualitative methods.
  • Conducts industrial hygiene sampling for a variety of physical and chemical hazards. As necessary, contract specialized industrial hygiene work to a qualified third party. Prepare and file corresponding documentation for easy retrieval and demonstration of monitoring compliance.
  • When necessary, provides applicable EHS training to new hires and other EHS training for specific programs to employees such as respiratory protection, hearing protection, machine guarding; forklift certification; and spill response.
  • Train and support personnel on safety projects and resources.
  • Drive and manage company Job Safety Analysis (JSA) program.
  • Support Safety Suggestion Program.
  • Emergency First Responder Team member.
  • Assist with plant Health and Safety Committee. Plans and facilitates the conduct of plant safety inspections with other Committee members. Maintains master file of H&S minutes, meeting dates.
  • Maintains master file of H&S minutes, meeting dates.
  • Drives incident investigation process. Helps to identify root causes of incidents for prevention of similar events in the future.
  • Manages open safety item tracking list.
  • Assists with management of periodic fire extinguisher, first aid, and CPR training for plant population.

Qualifications:

  • A bachelor's degree in environmental science, safety, or health-related field.
  • A minimum of three years of environmental, health, and safety experience, preferably in a manufacturing setting.
  • Extensive knowledge of and applicable experience regarding Environmental Protection Agency regulations.
  • Sound knowledge of OSHA and environmental regulations required. Knowledge of Workers' Compensation, FMLA and HIPAA regulations an asset.
  • A strong customer-service orientation is essential.
  • Able to communicate both verbally and in writing, demonstrating proficiency with vocabulary, grammar and punctuation; experience in speaking before groups to explain or demonstrate.
  • Proficiency in utilization of MS Office software including MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Union experience is preferred.
  • Able to reason and display sound judgment and to prioritize work and work in stressful situations.
 

Recommended skills

Hazardous Materials
Machine Guarding
Stormwater
Job Safety Analysis
Wastewater
Emergency Handling
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