Environmental Health and Safety Engineer

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Environmental Health and Safety Engineer
Position Summary:
To assist the Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Manager with design, implementation and on-going administration of the corporate EHS Program, ensuring compliance with, and adherence to, all applicable regulations.
Prepare and update safety procedures and policies
Provide EHS training, and retraining as necessary, to new and incumbent workers
Conduct EHS inspections, drills, audits and investigations in areas of facility, ergonomic, fire and accident
Manage health awareness, recycling and hazardous waste management programs
Perform sampling in areas such as Industrial hygiene and storm water
Perform record keeping, data gathering and report preparation activities for routine regulatory requirements including auditing OSHA 300 log
Monitor EHS compliance of construction and contractor work being performed on-site
Audit product packaging for DOT compliance
Manage vendor MSDS record keeping and assist with development & maintenance of corporate MSDSs
Attend and participate on the Corporate Safety Committee
Essential Role Requirements Include:
US permanent residency
4 year degree in Chemistry, Environmental Engineering or Sciences, or other related fields of study
Ability to work any shift, and overtime, as required to support global demand
Minimum 5 years EHS experience in a manufacturing environment required, 6-10 years preferred
Experience preparing environmental permit applications, OSHA 300 logs, and interacting with Federal EPA, DOT and NYS regulatory agencies
Preference given to candidates who have:
Completed 40-hour Hazwoper, DOT, and10-hour OSHA training programs
Knowledge of REACH and GHS
Achieved CHMM or CSP certification
Proficient in Microsoft Office with excellent verbal and written English language communication skills
Proven reliable and dependable team player with ability to work independently
Demonstrable experience in organizational, managerial, employee training disciplines
Ability to wear respirator
Successful pre-employment fitness-for-duty testing

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