Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Coordinator
Company: Simpson Strong-Tie
Posted on: November 22, 2020
As a EH&S Coordinator, you will be supporting the Safety
Manager to develop, enforce and maintain environmental, health and
safety policies, programs and procedures according to federal
regulations, state regulations and best practices in Stockton, CA.
As a part of the EHS team, you will be responsible for
environmental, health and safety initiatives, training, continuous
improvement, accident response, investigations, reporting, worker's
compensation claims and security. The EH&S Coordinator will
operate within a highly collaborative work environment and report
directly to the EH&S Manager.
If career growth is important to you, we not only know how to help
you with that, it's what we love to do: WHAT YOU'LL BE DOING (% of
Conduct daily inspections to ensure the proper PPE and fall
protection harnesses are being worn, forklift inspections are
complete, machine guarding is in place and in good working order,
working areas are free from hazards and in safe condition,
hazardous waste containers are properly labeled and disposed of,
coils, pallets and other objects are stacked properly in a safe
manner, weekly inspect first aid cabinets and eye wash stations.
Ensure compliance with federal, state, local standards, regulations
and company policies including the IIPP and procedures through
inspection and routine policy review making recommendations for
change as needed and required, review countermeasure practices are
in place and working, make recommendations on inspection practices
as needed and required, respond to incident request and determine
if countermeasures are in place to eliminate reoccurrence of unsafe
Ensure all required permits are up to date, coordinate and
facilitate safety committee meetings in the absence of the safety
manager, conduct in person training sessions and develop/draft the
content for each session, coordinate and provide response to
regulatory agencies and employee complaints, maintain
certifications and up to date knowledge through self-education,
attending seminars, participating in professional organizations.
Maintain records, permits, forklift inspections maintaining
employees are trained and recertified in a timely manner. (20%)
DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
If you can do everything listed above, you've got what it takes.
Perhaps some of the following would be helpful too: 2+ years of
related experience in a manufacturing environment. Exposure to Lean
Manufacturing a plus.
Bachelor's Degree in a related field is preferred.
OSHA 500/501 certification preferred.
Knowledge of Cal OSHA, Federal OSHA, environmental regulations,
hazardous materials and waste processes.
HAZWOPER certified preferred.
Instructor in Industrial Trucks, CPR/First Aid and general industry
Communication: Clearly exchanges thoughts, ideas and messages
through written, verbal and non-verbal methods that promote an
understanding with the target audience. Listens carefully and
attentively. Able to effectively present to varying levels of the
Problem Solving: Is able to solve complex problems using various
tools and gets to root cause. -
Computer Skills: Ability to work with computer software to
communicate team results and training concepts, such as Excel,
Word, and PowerPoint. - - -
Attention to Detail: Is attentive to detail and accuracy, performs
quality work, continuously looks for improvements, finds root cause
of problems, owns/acts on problems, seeks opportunities to increase
effectiveness and efficiency.
Accountability & Dependability: Meets commitments, works
independently, accepts ownership of projects and outcomes, takes
personal responsibility and sets objectives/standards, stays
focused under pressure, meets attendance/punctuality requirements,
shows a sense of urgency about getting results.
Mathematical Reasoning: Ability to calculate percentages, area,
circumference, and volume. - Ability to apply basic concepts of
algebra and geometry.
Analysis/Reasoning: Ability to deal with problems with many
variables in standardized and non-standardized situations. -
Self-Management: Tackles problems and takes independent action,
seeks out new responsibilities, acts on opportunities, generates
new ideas, practices self-development, demonstrates a bias for
action without prompting.
Occasionally prolonged standing, sitting, will be required.
Commercial building security experience. -
Experience working with unions preferred
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