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Health, Safety and Environment Engineer
Job ID:00004HJF
Location:UT Ogden
Hours:40 Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm
Pay:$58,000.00 $85,000.00
Career Opportunity Available in Ogden
Job Description
The Facility Health, Safety and Environment Engineer will be responsible for maintaining a healthy, safe, and productive workplace, including communicating and enforcing standards and procedures, training workers, and representing the interests of the company. Works closely together with operations and facility managers to actively identify, control, minimize, mitigate andor remove risks in sites day-to-day operations. Participates in and facilitate HSE audits, front-end process engineering events focusing on risk assessment, evaluation of new processes, and review of facility layouts for potential HSE issues. Manage all site safety programs including PPE, Industrial Vehicles, LOTO, Machine guarding, GHS, etc. Manage all safety incidences, investigations, and incident corrective actions Lead and train Emergency Response Team. Conduct routine area safety audits with Prototype Supervision team. Site representative for any state or federal agency audits including BATFE, OSHA, EPA, and UDAQ. Ensure compliance with to all BATFE regulations with all on-site explosive storage magazines and corresponding regulations. Manage and input all workplace injury claims, working with WC insurance representative and health clinic Occ Nurse. Determines OSHA recordability and maintains the facilitys OSHA required documents, i.e. 300, 300A and 301. Responsible for managing the facilitys Workers Compensation, Return to Work and Modified Duty programs. Manage all industrial hygiene activities including but not limited to air, noise, hazardous material sampling, Safety Data Sheet SDS review and PPE assessments, etc. Assists with Industrial Hygiene Sampling. Ensure facility compliance to hot work permitting and communication. Conduct safety related trainings, including new hire safety orientation. Conduct weekly eyewash station checks and PIV checklist surveys. Conduct any Operating Safety Committee OSC meetings for new processmaterial implementation or changes. Conducts hazards and risk
Skills Required
Degree in Health, Safety, Env Engineering, Occupational Safety or similar. 3-10 yrs of exp as an HSE professional in a technical environment. Knowledge of national, state and local HSE Regulations and Mgmt Systems. Clean Air Act, RCRA, Health and Safety
Skills Preferred
Supervisory or management exp.