Posted on: January 15, 2022
The Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Supervisor is responsible
for implementing and overseeing EHS programs at Chemtrade
facilities and activities. These programs include, but are not
limited to: environmental, occupational safety, industrial hygiene,
product safety, Responsible Care, emergency response and planning,
loss prevention, process safety, security and medical programs.
This individual provides guidance and facilitates a collaborative
approach to site management on implementation of EHS and
Responsible Care programs in order to reduce risk and incidents of
accidents, injuries, and environmental releases. The EHS supervisor
stays current on relevant Environmental, Health and Safety
regulations and compliance with applicable regulations. The EHS
Supervisor provides oversight of required training, permitting and
reporting, auditing, and recordkeeping. Maintains appropriate
safety supplies and general support of the Chemtrade EHS culture,
with an emphasis on continual improvement. The EHS Supervisor
performs other tasks as assigned by the EHS Resource Team Director
and site manager to support Chemtrade EHS programs.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
---Interfaces with site personnel to identify hazards, and to
develop and implement corrective/improvement measures. This could
include the review and approval of specific work permits, as well
as participation in incident investigation teams, safety audits,
design reviews, process safety reviews, project review teams,
and/or job task analysis.25%
---Maintains site management systems, Incident Management Database,
Action Item Database and EHS Compliance Calendar including routine
reporting, audits and permit renewals.20%
---Promotes proactive safety participation by all employees and
ensuring injuries, illnesses, incidents, near misses, and unsafe
conditions are reported and investigated.15%
---Develops, implements and maintains environmental, health and
safety programs and policies to meet or exceed compliance with
National, Provincial, and local regulations, internal policies and
customer requirements including environmental, safety,
transportation, security, Responsible Care Codes and RC 14001
---Supports the industrial hygiene program through air and noise
monitoring and exposure assessments and prepares reports.10%
---Participates in Quality Assurance and supporting continual
improvement under the ISO 9000 and RC14001 process.5%
---Maintains all documentation essential to efficient operations of
the EHS program. Monitors interactions with regulatory authorities,
insurance carriers or EHS consultants on issues impacting
manufacturing operations. Ensures environmental permits and
reporting are up to date. Ensures permit requirements are adhered
---Other duties as assigned.5%
1.Develop, organize and communicate metrics to track EHS
2.Provide comprehensive and effective EHS training. Design and
implement training to address any gaps identified.
3.Lead and/or oversee incident investigations and drive EHS action
items to completion.
4.Conduct periodic assessments or inspections of EHS programs to
identify and correct deficiencies related to compliance with the
EHS policies and procedures.
---Bachelor's degree in environmental engineering or science,
occupational health or safety, industrial hygiene, or other
relevant field preferred but not required.
---Minimum 5 years of related safety management, environmental
and/or supervisory responsibility preferably in chemical
manufacturing or related environment.
---Advanced knowledge of EHS regulations, management systems,
regulatory agencies, trends and resources. Excellent verbal and
written communications skills. Must be able to effectively
communicate with all levels of the organization.
---High proficiency in Microsoft Office Software (Word, Excel,
Powerpoint and Access) and extensive Internet search
---Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Ability to build
consensus and influence others.
---Strong analytical and problem solving skills are essential.
---Highly motivated and results-oriented.
---Exceptional organization and presentation skills. Ability to
handle multiple projects and meet deadlines.
---Willingness to travel (50-75%) up to a full week stay for
support visits to manufacturing sites, attendance at professional
development seminars or training, or other travel as required.
---Professional and/or industry certifications in environmental,
safety, or industrial hygiene Certified Safety Professional,
Certified Industrial Hygienist, Certified Hazardous Materials
Training or knowledge of Hazardous material response (40 hr.
Haz-Mat Technician level) and confined space rescue.
---Experience with implementation of Process Safety Management
(PSM) programs. Ability to conduct Process Hazard Analysis using
HAZOP or equivalent method.
---Knowledge of Responsible Care, Responsible Care Codes or other
EHS Management Systems.
---Familiarity with ANSI, API, NFPA and other recognized industry
---Knowledge of databases and ability to use databases for
---Knowledge of workers' compensation requirements.
---First Aid / CPR Certification
---Ability to adapt to changing list of priorities based on needs
of the company, regulatory compliance, and management of risk.
Keywords: Chemtrade, Augusta , EHS Supervisor, Other , Augusta, Georgia
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