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Are you looking to hire a safety and health for a position within Indiana; or elsewhere within your company? CIASSE members can advertise their needs at no charge on this site by forwarding the position’s job description to the Central Indiana ASSE Jobline. Your job description will be reviewed for appropriateness and posted each Tuesday for 4 weeks.

EHS Director (Lafayette, IN)

Posted: Jul 19, 2017

Position Summary:

The EHS Director works collaboratively with the management team to help ensure that a robust, continuous-improvement based Environmental, Health and Safety Management System is in place and managed effectively. The EHS Management System includes provisions for establishing EHS related goals and metrics, programs to ensure compliance with Federal, State and Local regulations, injury and Illness prevention programs, and Safety Leadership. The Director has dotted line reporting to the Segment HSE leader.  The EHS Director must lead by example to establish and maintain a safety culture where working safely is a company and employee value and a belief that zero is attainable. The position includes hands-on application of technical safety knowledge, risk identification and problem resolution.  The Director supervises the EHS Specialists.  The contract Nurse dotted line reports to the EHS Director.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • This person will be responsible for timely government reporting and compliance with applicable Safety, Health, and Environmental federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Organizes and maintains OSHA/EPA mandated records with EHS team
  • Prepares reports and presentations for Segment and Corporate management
  • Prepares and shares plant safety related messages through multiple channels, establishes and reports performance on key safety metrics (both leading and lagging).
  • Reviews all site capital and new chemical requests for potential EHS impact
  • Facilitates compliance with all EHS requirements noted in the bargaining unit labor contract
  • Develops and delivers effective employee EHS initial and refresher training modules
  • Identifies opportunities for cost and waste reduction
  • Tracks incident corrective actions to closure and shares the learnings across the site and within the Segment
  • Responds to stakeholder requests that are EHS related
  • Market the benefits of EHS across the Americas as well as represent the Americas EHS to corporate

 

Knowledge & Skills Summary:

  • Strong knowledge of OSHA regulations, particularly those pertaining to lock/tag/try (energy control), machine guarding, and cranes & hoists
  • Knowledge of industrial hygiene risk-based monitoring programs, particularly noise and MWFs
  • Experience working with regulatory agencies and with regulatory audits
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills. Excellent MS Office Suite skills, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Demonstrated project management skills. Effective identification and management of identified issues through validated closure.
  • Ability to effectively work with both shop floor workers and senior management
  • Leadership/Managerial experience
  • Knowledge and (preferably) implementation of EHS Management Systems such as OHSAS 18001, OSHA VPP, ISO 14001, etc.

 

Education and work Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Safety, Environmental, Chemical Engineering, or related.
  • 15+ years EHS experience in chemicals, metal working, or other manufacturing environments.
  • CSP or CIH preferred.

 

For more information contact: Fairfield Manufacturing Company Inc. Human Resources
2400 Sagamore Parkway South
Tel. no.765-772-4000
Fax no.765-772-4021
www.oerlikon.com/fairfielmfg   /   fairfield.hr@fairfieldmfg.com

 

IOSHA Inspector – Construction Safety (Indianapolis)

Posted: Jul 19, 2017

AGENCY:                 Indiana Department of Labor
JOB POSTING ID:    607806
APPLY BEFORE:      July 31, 2017
LOCATION:               Indianapolis, IN
HIRE SALARY:         $42,328
TO APPLY:                http://bit.ly/2uCNo9c

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Indiana Department of Labor is currently seeking to hire two IOSHA Inspectors for Construction Safety.  This position works as a Construction Safety Compliance Officer within the Indiana Department of Labor’s (IDOL) Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration (IOSHA) division to achieve compliance with state laws, regulations and standards as they apply to occupational safety and health.  The incumbent inspects and investigates construction environments to anticipate, recognize, and evaluate control of hazardous or unsafe conditions.  Upon verification of recognized hazardous conditions, the incumbent follows established policies and procedures to document and report such conditions to the supervisor.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Conduct assigned inspections/investigations: formal and non-formal complaints, referrals, National Emphasis Program (NEP), Local Emphasis Program (LEP), threats of imminent danger, and fatalities and catastrophes;
  • Inspect industrial sites to recognize and evaluate safety and health conditions per IOSHA regulations;
  • Hold opening conferences with employer and employee representatives to advise them as to the inspection process and to gather relevant safety program and/or training materials and information;
  • Collect and analyze data and compare such to appropriate established safety and health regulations; document findings through notes, sketches, and photographs;
  • Create detailed, accurate and timely technical reports for the supervisor for administrative and regulatory action; enter data into the agency database and/or system;
  • Interview employees as appropriate to gather job-specific information and inform them of safety hazards;
  • Conduct closing conferences with employer and employee representatives to provide them with a summary of the inspection findings, and discuss feasible abatement;
  • Complete accurate and timely records and reports related to travel, work schedule and work activities;
  • Attend all OSHA core and required curriculum training at training facilities such as the OSHA Training Institute (OTI) per the Training Educational Directive (TED) as well as other training requested by the agency;
  • Assist in the training of new compliance personnel;
  • Interact with federal, state and local safety, environmental, and health agencies in enforcement activities;
  • Testify at depositions, informal hearings, and before the Board of Safety Review when necessary;
  • Complete other duties, special projects and training as assigned.

 

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE

Five (5) years of work experience in a construction or an industrial environment; at least (1) one year of the required experience must include experience involving identification of safety and health hazards in a construction or an industrial environment; or participation in the formulation of construction or industrial safety rules; or accredited college training in Construction Management or Technology, Occupational Safety, Safety Management, Engineering, Public Safety or Health, or a related field.

  • Knowledge, skills and abilities typically acquired through a Baccalaureate degree plus related work experience; related academic training plus comparable work experience alone may substitute for a Baccalaureate where appropriate;
  • Undergo routine physical/medical evaluations to ensure physically able to carry out the essential functions of the position;
  • Ability to carry sometimes heavy and awkward equipment, and to walk, climb, stand, crouch while carrying sampling and measuring devices and wearing protective clothing, including respirators;
  • Ability to work in unpleasant and hazardous conditions while wearing personal protective equipment, including noise and toxic chemicals, during inspections/investigations;
  • Thorough knowledge of and the ability to appropriately apply federal and state laws and regulations pertaining to occupational safety and health standards;
  • Proven skills in organization, prioritization, and follow up and the ability to complete assignments within established timeframes;
  • Ability to work independently and make critical decisions;
  • Ability to effectively work with all levels of an organization;
  • Broad knowledge of training techniques relating to occupational health and safety subject matters;
  • Ability to interpret and apply IOSHA regulations,  consensus standards, and various practices and precedents falling within the jurisdiction of IOSHA;
  • Ability to conduct inspections and further investigations and to prepare administrative reports for use as basis for recommendations for further action;
  • Excellent verbal communication skills; ability to speak and draft technical reports in a professional and concise manner;
  • Proficiency in MS Outlook, Word, and Excel and strong skills in the use of computers;
  • Valid Driver’s License and reliable form of transportation to and from job sites and office.

Safety Coordinator (Indianapolis)

Posted: Jul 18, 2017

Job Description

The Safety Coordinator works closely with the Safety Work Group, Area Directors, President/COO, and Director of HR and Training. They report to the Director of HR and Training. The main objective of the Safety Coordinator is to ensure a safe work environment for all Crew Team Members, through compliance with all OSHA regulations and internal safety standards and practices.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop and Implement Safety Programs, Systems, and Standards
  • Evaluate Safety Practices and Compliance
  • Investigate Accidents and Formulate Preventive Game Plans
  • Maintain all Safety Records
  • Maintain Safety Manual
  • Ensure Environmental Compliance –Coordinate Workers Compensation Cases

 

Key Metrics

  1. Total Workers Comp. Expense
  2. Injuries per Location
  3. Cost per Injury
  4. Safety Incentive Points
  5. Safety Audit Scores

 

Position Expectations

  • Develop and Implement Safety Programs, Systems, and Standards –
    • Conduct initial analysis of work place hazards and create an action plan to increase our OSHA compliance.
    • Stay up to date on all annual OSHA regulatory changes, and implement all needed enhancement to our current safety practices and standards.
    • Identify safety-training needs and work with Director of HR and training to address.
    • Attend Insurance Captive Risk Control Workshop annually .
    • Ensure proper PPE is available.
    • Conduct monthly inspection of fire extinguishers / emergency lighting for office and fabrication areas
    • Conduct office onboarding facility Safety tours.

 

  • Evaluate Safety Practices and Compliance
    • Conduct semi-annual safety inspections of all Crew locations and Support Team office.
    • Conduct semi-annual safety inspections of fabrication facility
    • Conduct safety inspection of all construction sites.
    • Follow-up on all areas for improvement with location managers or facility managers and maintain 30 day correction schedule.
    • Complete safety portion of General Manager bi-annual performance appraisal.

 

  • Investigate Accidents and Formulate Preventive Game Plan –
    • Investigate any injury to Team Members or customers and identify cause or and how it may have been prevented – performing a root cause analysis. Utilize Accident Investigation Checklist.
    • Develop action plans to prevent injuries or accidents in the future.
    • Communicate accident details and game plan for prevention to all Crew personnel including safety alerts, safety warnings, and Crew Tube segments.

 

  • Maintain all Safety Records –
    • Maintain all required OSHA records.
    • Ensure that all necessary IDOT records are kept on required company vehicles.
    • Evaluate all injuries and determine how they should be recorded.
    • Maintain all MSDS records and update as needed.
    • Maintain accident reports equal to OSHA 301’s.

 

  • Facilitate Safety Incentive Program –
    • Promote the Safety Incentive Program with all Team Members.
    • Ensure locations receive credit for points earned.
    • Award “Safest Location” award at associate dinner.
    • Ensure Environmental Compliance –Maintains required regulatory permits and renewals.
    • Collects, documents, and reports compliance metrics with third party (currently Safe Metrics)Verifies scheduled cleaning of water/oil separators.
    • Addresses and/or coordinates efforts to address environmental issues identified in external audits, inquiries, and/or inspections
    • Coordinate annual Pit Discharge testing.
    • Coordinate boiler and air compressor inspections with Travelers insurance.

 

  • Maintain Safety Manual and Safety Communication Materials–
    • Maintain Safety section of Procedures Guide.
    • Ensure location safety manuals are maintained
    • Ensure proper assignment of Location Safety Manager at each location.
    • Lead the Safety Workgroup
    • Facilitate Location Safety Manager Conference Calls.
    • Supply all locations with needed safety related materials and update as needed. (i.e. Posters, labels, signs,)

 

  • Coordinate Workers Compensation Cases –
    • Work directly with Gallagher–Bassett Insurance Adjusters, NCM’s, Drs., and PTs
    • Ensure the best and most effective treatment is administered to the injured team member
    • Cautiously expedite their return to full work status.
    • Publish W/C documents for Staff level Management.

 

  • Support Area Director –
    • OPEX changes, updates, additions.
    • Operational Excellence Evaluations changes, updates, additions
    • VISWG administrative assistance.
    • Detergent safety

 

  • Safety Coordinator Productivity and Priorities -In order to ensure the success and effectiveness of the safety Coordinator position, there we will be structuring the position in this fashion:
    • 5/15 Reports – The Safety Coordinator will complete a 5/15 report each week, highlighting their safety related activities. This report will go to Director of Human Resources.
    • Work Schedule – Safety Coordinator will work in this position five days per week, unless PTO time is used.Typically Safety Coordinator works 45 hours per week, but may need to work more to meet the needs of the team or address emergency issues.

 

For more information visit Safety Coordinator or http://crewcarwash.com/employment/apply-online/

About Us

 (Founded in 1948 in Fort Wayne, IN, Crew now operates a chain of 26 car washes with locations in Indiana and is based in Indianapolis. Crew is a family-owned company ans was voted one of the 30 Best Places to Work in Indiana and one of the top 15 best small workplaces by the Wall Street Journal!

Safety Advisor (Martinsville, IN)

Posted: Jun 27, 2017

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

The full-time exempt-status Advisor performing work to fulfill the Safety Advisor position will provide leadership for all aspects of the Owner contractor safety program, including the following:

  • Administration and implementation of the contractor site safety orientation program, including development, delivery and continuous improvement.
  • Review General Contractor Project Safety Plan and provide feedback regarding improvements and opportunities.
  • Participation with Pre-bid and Pre-construction meetings.  The Advisor will assist with these meetings from a safety perspective and inform contractors in attendance of Owner safety requirements.
  • Attendance to progress or contractor meetings as requested.  The Advisor will provide leadership, insight, and recommendations for improvement from a safety perspective.  Meetings include; Weekly Superintendents Progress Meeting, observation and participation with subcontractor toolbox meetings, safety planning meetings, and provide leadership for the project safety team.
  • Assist with planning of the safety recognition program.
  • Review and approval of subcontractor project safety plans.
  • Review and approval of subcontractor incident investigation reports.
  • Performance of Incident Investigation and facilitation of meeting reviews.
  • Conduct daily safety observations of the project and maintain project log of activities and provide appropriate feedback and coaching to the general and subcontractors.
  • Facilitate monthly subcontractor site safety inspection program.
  • Attend toolbox safety talks and evaluate for effectiveness of the communicated message and provide feedback and coaching to the general and subcontractors.
  • Provide oversight of the contractor safety prequalification program.
  • Initiate disciplinary policy for safety violations and infractions, with support from the General Contractor.
  • Assist with conflict resolution and interface when necessary as means to instill focus on project goals and maintain professional courtesy.
  • Administration of the project Substance Abuse Program.
  • The Advisor will demonstrate to the Owner efforts being undertaken in leading the safety program, and progress made on Owner-driven initiatives.  Assist with compiling metrics data.
  • Ensuring accurate field observation documentation is maintained.
  • Encourage a positive and proactive environment for all relationships and compliance issues.
  • Provide assigned reports to Senior Project Safety Advisor for inclusion in the monthly owner safety performance measures.
  • Review and provide feedback on owner policy and opportunities for program improvements.

 

Performance Measurement

  • Maintains client standard(s) of safety on all jobsites.
  • Projects a positive attitude to encourage safety compliance and awareness by all workers engaged in activity upon client jobsite.
  • Coordination and communication exist with other staff members.
  • Management is appropriately informed of area activities.
  • Assigned functions are efficiently and effectively completed in a professional manner.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Education/Experience

Bachelor’s degree in Safety or safety related field from four year college or university; or two to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Certification

CHST, CSP, or other Safety Certification preferred. OSHA 10 or 30 HR, First aid/CPR or other safety certifications may be required.

Required Knowledge

Ability to learn and apply in practice, relevant information from all codes, standards, regulations, Federal and State laws, and all other applicable regulatory documents.  Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, and Power Point.

Skills and Abilities
  • Exceptional customer service skills and the ability to maintain a positive attitude.
  • Customer Service – Responds promptly to customer needs; Solicits customer Feedback to improve service; Responds to requests for service and assistance; Meets commitments.
  • Communication – Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations. Writes clearly and informatively; Able to read and interpret written information. Effective presentation skills and must be able to communicate across all levels, from contractor craftsperson to upper management.
  • Ethics – Works with integrity and ethically; upholds organizational values.
  • Organizational Support – Follows policies and procedures; Completes administrative tasks correctly and on time; supports organization’s goals and values.

 

Additional Information

Works Conditions 

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles (e.g., allergens); toxic or caustic chemicals; outside weather conditions; extreme cold; extreme heat; risk of electrical shock; explosives; risk of radiation and vibration.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

For more information visit:  https://smg.agileats.com/CareerPortal/JobDetail.aspx?enc=QPQDKqwXNuJybHyCBjvzp8kYLx70JCALQLORfiuL4WW6Z4MMzXLKl1DyLZ0kcVOQPXkiSQ3cdUPdkVi0CVIvW9MIsBV7PtSiC5ShvYKxfMA=

Please contact Lindsay Watts with questions 800-435-8850 or email at lindsaywatts@safetymanagementgroup.com

Industrial Hygiene Specialist/Engineer (Clinton, IN)

Posted: Jun 26, 2017

Job Purpose:

Working as an integral member of the Environmental, Health and Safety team, and reporting to the site EHS Manager, the incumbent will be responsible to align Safety & Industrial Hygiene processes with business goals and to engage employees to promote behaviors that will achieve the highest levels of productivity in the safest possible manner. The incumbent will assist in establishing, updating, implementing and overseeing all IH programs.

Minimum Requirements:

  • All potential candidates must be authorized to work for any employer in the United States, employer sponsorship is not available.
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited College / University in Environmental Health & Safety, Chemical Engineering or related discipline
  • Three (3) or more years of Industrial Hygiene experience in manufacturing facilities.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of IH related sampling for air, noise etc
  • Demonstrated knowledge of generally accepted IH program auditing procedures
  • Demonstrated success executing compliance programs regarding Federal, State and local IH regulations
  • Demonstrated success driving safety metrics downward

 

 Additional Preferred Competencies:

  • Professional Certification (CIH, CSP etc.) from a nationally recognized organization
  • Master’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Engineering or related discipline

 

Major Responsibilities:

  • Partner with plant leadership and serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) regarding interpretation of federal, state and local IH regulations
  • Aligns corporate and local EHS goals and strategies
  • Participate in/lead EHS audits and inspections developing remediation plans as needed
  • Maintain positive relationships with all internal and external stake holders including federal, state and local regulators
  • Maintain and ensure compliance with all relevant federal, state and local EHS regulations
  • Lead employee training programs regarding EHS behaviors and compliance

 

The information listed above is a brief summary of the position and not a complete job description.  Other competencies, skill sets and experiences are needed.  Consideration for this position and full job description details will be shared with those who meet or exceed the complete job description.

If interested, please send an updated resume along with your salary requirements to Reba Kahn at: rebakahn@consentiumsearch.com.

For additional information, visit http://www.consentiumsearch.com/job-search and search Job 991.  Relocation available within the US.