Greene, Tweed & Co. Global Manager HSE in Lansdale, Pennsylvania
At Greene, Tweed, you'll find the cutting-edge technology, world-class polymer expertise and endless advancement opportunities you'd expect from a multi-national industry leader. You'll find them all in an environment that embraces diversity in people and opinions, moves decision making to the point of impact, and celebrates your success.
If you enjoy continuous learning and are excited about working with and creating technological solutions, explore career opportunities with Greene, Tweed.
Essential Duties/Responsibilities :
Audits safety programs at all manufacturing facilities to ensure alignment with applicable health, safety, and environmental regulations. Develops action plans, in cooperation with local facility managers, to improve programs, prevent/reduce injury related costs, and minimize corporate liabilities.
Communicates corporate safety, health and environmental directives and initiatives to regional and international facilities. Ensures individual facility programs are in alignment with corporate safety, health and environmental directives.
Maintains a corporate wide safety performance reporting system and provides reports/presentations to facility and corporate managers, as a means of detailing and monitoring current safety performance. Conducts comprehensive analytical loss studies to identify areas affecting frequency and severity rates at all facilities.
Integrates new acquisitions into the corporate safety culture, to ensure all GT facilities meet and comply with corporate safety standards and directives.
Prepares jointly, with management teams at corporate headquarters, regional, and international facilities, appropriate responses to regulatory inquiries and inspections.
Assists regional US facilities with the resolution of workers’ compensation claims, to minimize costs and future corporate liabilities. Conducts regular claim reviews to ensure the effectiveness of the program. Liaisons with regional US facility management to ensure that return to work programs are effectively utilized to reduce worker’s compensation costs.
Serves as the primary corporate contact for workers’ compensation insurance carrier issues and disputes. Establishes guidelines for insurance company loss control audits at US facilities.
Assists regional and international safety professionals with the implementation of applicable safety, health, and environmental programs. Visits US regional sites regularly to assist with safety and environmental programs. Conducts program audits to ensure programs align with regulatory requirements and corporate safety, health and environmental directives. Visits international sites as necessary.
Facilitates industrial hygiene studies, interprets results, and provides reports as necessary to ensure that healthy work environments exist at all GT facilities. Directs programs aimed at mitigating hazards that are revealed by industrial hygiene studies.
Manages environmental programs at the corporate headquarters location, including associated recordkeeping, and assists with environmental programs at regional facilities, including environmental permitting, hazardous and special handling waste programs, and pollution prevention programs.
Reviews and assists with emergency response plans at all facilities, including life safety/ fire protection programs and emergency evacuation plans.
Conducts company-union safety tours at the corporate headquarters location, determines solutions to safety tour items, and monitors corrective actions to ensure timely response. Coordinates and maintains an internal safety program, including safety committees, injury management, and associated reporting at the corporate headquarters location.
Ensures the development of Material Safety Data Sheets for Greene Tweed manufactured products, including responding to customer requests for safety information concerning Greene Tweed products. Maintains a database of existing Material Safety Data Sheets for quick response to customer requests.
Recommends educational resources and assists with the professional development of Safety Coordinators/Assistants at all facilities, to improve the problem resolution capabilities of local safety management.
Monitors compliance with Radiation Safety regulations in facilities where potential radiological hazards exist.
Assesses safety, health and environmental risks of new manufacturing processes to ensure new processes are performed safely and in compliance with applicable environmental regulations.
Manages the safety budget at the Kulpsville manufacturing site, to ensure that appropriate personal protective and safety equipment is available as needed to prevent injuries and provide for a safe and healthy work environment.
Required Minimum Qualifications
Education/Certifications: Education: BS/BA in appropriate science required.
License, certification, or testing required: Professional certification in a related discipline (CWCP, CSP, or CIH) is a plus
Skills and Experience:
10+ years of safety and environmental experience in a manufacturing environment. Experience in a union manufacturing environment is a plus.
This position requires an individual with international safety and environmental experience. Technical aptitude and communication skills are essential. Management experience in a union environment is a plus. This position requires an individual who is self-directed and can work successfully with minimal supervision
Job Environment :
Standing Occasionally (16-45%)
Sitting Frequently (46-100%)
Lifting Up to 25lbs without assistance
Carrying Up to 25lbs without assistance
Walking Frequently (46-100%)
Hearing Ability to detect noises with or without corrective device(s)
Vision Clarity of vision, with or without corrective lenses
Problem Solving Frequently (46-100%)
Making Decisions Ability to make decisions that have a significant impact
Supervise Rarely (0-15%)
Interpret Data Frequently (46-100%)
Organize Occasionally (16-45%)
Read/Write Frequently (46-100%)
Communication Frequently (46-100%)
High Temperatures Occasionally (16-45%)
Low Temperatures Rarely (0-15%)
Noises Loud (manufacturing environment, movement of large equipment)
Fumes Exposure Occasionally (16-45%)
Note: This Job Description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by the Supervisor. All requirements are subject to change and updates.
The referenced salary range is based on the Company's good faith belief at the time of posting and any applicable collective bargaining agreements. Actual compensation may vary based on factors such as geographic location, work experience, market conditions, education/training and skill level.
We also provide eligible employees with a competitive benefits package that includes health insurance, flexible spending accounts, health savings account, 401k savings plan, life and disability insurance, tuition assistance and more, to meet the diverse needs of all employees and their family members.
Equal Opportunity Employer:
Greene, Tweed is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other federally protected class.
Drug Free Workplace:
Greene, Tweed is a Drug Free Workplace. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening and background investigation subject to federal, state, and local laws.
NOTE: Greene, Tweed is not seeking assistance or accepting unsolicited resumes from search firms for employment opportunities, unless they have a written agreement for the position they are contacting us about. Regardless of past practice, all resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at GT without a valid written search agreement in place for that position will be deemed the sole property of Greene, Tweed, and no fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by Greene, Tweed as a result of the referral or through other means.
Where Inspiration Drives Innovation
At Greene Tweed we believe that our true capability as a technology-focused company comes from our employees. Every customer challenge is solved by a team, and members are engaged across departments. From engineering and manufacturing, to sales and marketing, we work together using cutting-edge technology to assess problems, recommend solutions, and bring them into reality.
The tools of social business bring voices from around the world together in collaboration. And advanced capabilities such as FEA and state-of-the-art laboratories allow for comprehensive testing, analysis, and predictive modeling. Our manufacturing facilities expand the limits of possibility in fabrication. And embedded Lean Six Sigma upholds the highest levels of quality and efficiency during production.
This process of development is fundamental to Greene Tweed’s ability to solve critical challenges. And it means going beyond the right tools, and seeking out the right people.
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