The HSE Manager will provide Health, Safety, and Environment leadership for all sites by
developing programs that can be effectively implemented across multiple sites.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide leadership for all implementation, enforcement and continuous improvement of environmental, health, safety policies and processes. Plan, direct, and implement new
corporate policies, procedures, and standards at all sites.
Develop and manage HSE programs so that employees are injury free and have a high degree of
consciousness and ownership about safety and health issues.
Develop and implement programs to achieve injury free work sites. Drive accountability among
all function t o eliminate accidents and injuries.
Indentify, evaluate, prevent and control environmental, health and safety hazards at the site.
Ensure compliance, conservation, and protection of the environment.
Implement and maintain industrial hygiene programs and standards.
Interface with regulatory agencies on HSE matters.
Communicate HSE progress, status, and issues to the entire organization.
Proactively build awareness of HSE at the company through continuous communication strategies,
such as bulletin board postings, signage, safety topics of the months, safety newsletter
Develop annual calendar for all required OSHA safety training.
Conduct and document thorough accident, incident, and “near-miss” investigations, and provide
recommendations for process, procedure or equipment changes to eliminate future
Provide leadership and direction for cross-functional site safety committee.
Perform job hazard analyses, citing specific hazards in manufacturing and methods for
remediation. Administer and report the proper HSE metrics and measurements to the company’s
Comply with all OSHA and other related regulatory requirements for documentation and
reporting. Audit all HSE related activities.
Evaluate current Safety Rewards and Recognition program for potential improvement.
Administer all required Emergency Evacuation Drills.
Actively seek improved HSE practices through benchmarking and active participation in HSE
related seminars and organizations.
Work closely with independent contractors on site to ensure proper HSE practices by their
employees. Administer contractor safety programs.
Participate with the Global HS&E Team on the weekly conference calls and be active sharing
Work in accordance with all company policies and procedures regarding employment, safety, quality,
product safety and legality, security, and regulatory compliance as applicable.
BS or BA degree in safety engineering, environmental or industrial hygiene or comparable field;
or the equivalent knowledge and experience.
Five plus years of leading a manufacturing plant environmental and safety compliance
programs, preferably in a manufacturing environment.
Strong knowledge of federal and local HSE regulations, including OSHA, EPA, and CDC.
Demonstrated ability to recognize, evaluate, and recommend controls for workplace hazards.
Demonstrated ability to determine training needs, organize and/or conduct training.
Excellent communication, facilitation, ownership, and leadership skills.
Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple projects and tasks and demonstrated
success in fast-paced, execution-critical environments.
Demonstrated interpersonal skills and an integrated team working style.
Proven ability to influence and gain commitment across business functions
Excellent written and formal presentation skills.
A self-starter with high energy and a passion for results.
Demonstrated proficiency with computer applications.
Lean Six Sigma experience preferred.
Ergonomics, human factors or industrial engineering background preferred.