Harsco Corporation Environmental Health and Safety Manager in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
Clean Earth is one of the largest specialty waste companies in the United States providing remediation, disposal, recycling, and beneficial reuse solutions for contaminated soil, dredged material, and hazardous and non-hazardous waste. Our vast portfolio of technologies and services touches nearly every industry that generates waste including energy, infrastructure, commercial, industrial, retail, and healthcare markets.
It is our unique capability of providing a one-source, full-service solution to handle multiple waste streams from a single customer that separates us from the competition. Our processes are detailed, our due diligence is tireless, and our results provide unmatched recycling solutions for our customers with the utmost in customer service.
Every day Clean Earth takes a hands-on, dedicated approach to recycling and beneficially reusing waste that would otherwise go into landfills. Allow our team of experts to provide a customized waste disposal and recycling solution for your company, tailored to your needs, and your goals.
The Environmental Health and Safety Manager reports to the Sr. Director of HS and works with the EHS Department to plan, direct, and implement Clean Earth’s health and safety programs to ensure a positive, safe, healthy, and incident-free work environment and is responsible for the compliance by Clean Earth with all safety regulatory agencies. Areas of specialty for this position, while having a general knowledge company-wide, will focus on safety compliance monitoring and reporting in all areas of the company. This position would also respond to emergency situations when they arise. Act as the primary HS contact and subject matter expert (SME) for Clean Earth Operations related to compliance with the company’s EHS Programs and Policies as well as the regulations and permits which govern our business. The role is pivotal to mitigating Clean Earth's exposure to risk by leading, planning, coordinating, and implementing the company’s EHS management systems in their respective geographical areas. This requires the application of EHS engineering principles, such as job safety analyses, task-based evaluations, EHS Management systems technology and root cause analysis to prevent or correct unsafe working conditions and regulatory compliance issues. The overarching goal is for tactical EHS professionals to prevent and correct unsafe working conditions and behaviors as well as those that may impact our regulatory compliance.
Primary Responsibilities (Essential Functions)
Plans, develops, implements, and oversees the company EHS programs; coordinates and assists with Clean Earth’s safety committees.
Assists with the record keeping, and manuals for these programs (including but not limited to): OSHA, and state regulatory agencies, Local Emergency Planning Coordinators, and other agencies as required.
Works with Facility Management, Sr. HS Director, and EHS Department for Clean Earth to promote Clean Earth’s safety culture.
Participates and assists with annual department goal setting process for EHS key metrics that are measured for the organization.
Communicates closely with Operations and EHS Team and can independently manage day to day safety compliance so Clean Earth’s HS goals are reached.
Provide leadership in developing, implementing, and managing HS policies, programs, and practices.
Plans and implements programs to train supervisors and employees to meet standards and to enhance the company safety culture.
Develops and maintains HS documentation for various Company programs and regulatory requirements.
Develops and assists with new employee safety orientation program and employee safety training.
Assists with employee safety, special projects, and worker's compensation program.
Assists with the company’s contractor safety program.
Assists with for Clean Earth’s emergency response to environmental, safety, and employee incidents.
Leads and assists with the investigation of incidents and injuries from initial report to closure.
Leads and oversees the implementation of corrective actions arising from safety audits, incidents, site improvements, safety programs, and other safety related initiative.
Proactively identifies safety related matters and recommends, develops, and implements solutions.
Basic Required Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree from four-year college or university or significant field Environmental, Health & Safety related experience required
7 years minimum related experience in Health & Safety Program development and implementation and training
Strong understanding of OSHA/MSHA/ANSI/NFPA regulatory requirements
Prior experience in coordinating and supporting EPA/OSHA/ MSHA regulatory requirements
Prior experience in delivering formal or informal training to employees required
Experience in MS Office: Excel, Access, and other MS Office tools
Must have valid current driver’s license
Environmental/HazWaste industry experience preferred
Proficient speaking and writing in Spanish
Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of field operations personnel, managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.
Able to work with and influence employees, managers and leaders without formal or direct authority.
Ability to convey complex information or data to individuals at all levels.
Solid communication, problem-solving and leadership skills.
Self-directed with the ability to work on multiple projects with competing priorities and deadlines.
Creative thinker with ability to consider various solutions
Excellent verbal and written communications skills
Clean Earth offers competitive benefits including health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance plans starting on the first day of employment; paid time off, wellness benefits, employee discount program, tuition assistance, and a 401k with company matching.
We provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, gender identity, or genetics. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
If you have a difficulty applying for any job posted on Harsco Clean Earth’s website because a disability prevents you from using the online system, Clean Earth offers the following alternate application procedure: Call toll free (833) 209-2659 and leave your name, phone number, city and state of residence. Clean Earth will arrange for an alternate method of applying and will consider your application together with all other applications received for the job. _This line is dedicated to disability applications only. No other inquiries will receive a response. _
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