EHS Manager

The purpose of this position is to establish, institute and maintain EHS policies and procedures at the facility to ensure all GBW, customer, and applicable regulatory and statutory requirements are followed.

Duties and Responsibilities
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the following essential duties satisfactorily:
Communicating with the Plant / General Manager and Supervisors to discuss overall facility production.
Maintain consistent level of communication with all employees and ensure that they understand and follow all company policies.
Perform or designate equipment and building safety inspections in accord with all current regulations.
Acquire and maintain all required inspection records and permits.
Conduct monthly safety meetings.
Conduct new employee training.
Approve new MSDS for commodities and chemicals being used at facility.
Scheduling and conducting safety meetings, classes and facility inspections.
Ensure all EHS rules are followed.
Acquire and maintain all required facility related documents such as chemical listings, MSDS, hazardous waste disposal, EPA reporting requirements, etc.
Maintain knowledge of Federal, State, Local and site permit requirements in the areas of air quality, solid and liquid waste management, hazardous material and waste management, water quality (including storm water and discharges to publicly-owned treatment works), and occupational health and safety.
Establishing and maintaining an EHS plan.
Monitor and evaluate employee performance.
Work with supervisors and plant management to promote a safe work environment
Occasional after-hours and weekend work required
Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned including special processes.
Knowledge and Skills
To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess the following knowledge, characteristics, skills and/or abilities:
Highly Motivated; Persistent / Dedicated
Perform/ prioritize multiple tasks with attention to details.
Excellent ability to reason, make decisions and exercise / use independent judgment in various situations.
Excellent written, verbal communication and listening skills.
Ability to maintain appropriate levels of confidentiality and sensitive information.
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively with people at all levels of the organization.
Ability to write clearly and concisely.
Strong knowledge of standard Desktop Microsoft applications including: MS Windows, Office, Word and Outlook.
Complete additional training or education as needed for this position.
Education and Experience
To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and
Bachelor's Degree from a four year college or university; and
Two to four years of environmental compliance and safety experience and/or training; or
Equivalent combination of education and experience
40 Hour OSHA Training Class
Work Environment

With the exception of clerical, administrative, and some management positions, which require indoor work, the physical environment requires the employee to work both inside and outside in heat/cold, wet/humid, dry/arid and dusty conditions. Employees are required to use personal protective equipment as environmental conditions dictate.

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