EHS Manager - (02544667)

Min Salary: $120000.00
Candidate Type: Full Time
Listed Date: 11/26/2017
Degree: Bachelor of Science BA, Associate of Science BA
                                              Professional Summary
    •   25+ years’ experience in industrial manufacturing with 12 years developing, implementing, and continuously
        improving EH&S programs.
    •   Proficient problem solver with the analytical skills to evaluate risks and develop corrective actions .
    •   Working success leading employee engagement through employee based teams, recognition and behavior
        based safety.
    •   Extensive working knowledge with “high risk” operations such as, Electrical Testing, Mechanical Power
        Presses, Press Brakes, NC Turret Presses, Machining, Material Handling, Chemical Etching, and Chemical
        Management/ Hazardous Waste.

•   Rebuild site's EHS infrastructure developing and documenting numerous processes, several benchmarked.
•   Worked with Human Resources and Operations to aggressively manage workers compensation cases reducing lost time by 75% in 12 months. Reduced recordable injuries by 60% in 24 months, eliminating severe
•   Emergency Coordinator for site, developed several site specific procedures.
•   Corporate Assessor for ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 elements.

General Manufacturing
•   Manage all aspects of the Environmental, Health and Safety Management System with over 260 employees.
•   Lead several cross functional teams such as, Power Presses, Ergonomics, Material Handling, JSA, Safety
       Committee, and manage the employee suggestions program.
 •   Managed projects such as, Asbestos Abatement, Ergonomic Improvements, Equipment Moves, and Fall Arrest
       / Fall Protection
 •   Developed Document Control process. Integrated applicable EHS and Quality procedures meeting
       requirements of both (ISO 14001 & ISO 9001)
•   Lean Tool Champion (5S, Standard Work) and Quality Tool Champion (MSA, Gage R&R) for the site.

Industrial Engineer
•   Led $100K Ergonomics improvements in assembly areas to reduce risks associated with repetitive assembly
        tasks resulting in 67% decrease in incidents involving soft tissue.
 •   Decommissioned an assembly line resulting in 99.96% of materials avoiding landfill (5,000lbs).