EHS Manager (Winchester, IN)

Posted: Apr 11, 2018


About the Job

Ardagh Group is a global leader in glass and metal packaging solutions, producing packaging for the world”s leading food, beverage and consumer care brands. Ardagh Group has a truly global presence. We operate 109 glass and metal manufacturing facilities in 22 countries, employing approxmately 23,500 people and have global sales of approxmately US$8.2 bn.

At Ardagh we have a reputation for innovation; pushing the boundaries of what”s possible, pioneering new production methods, new design techniques and new ways to recycle and save energy. The unprecedented growth of our business has been driven by our unrivalled expertise, obsession with quality and commitment to continuous improvement.

We strongly believe that the success of our business depends on the success of our people. We strive to create working environments where our employees feel valued, can work to their full potential and where their achievements are celebrated. We are creating an exciting future for Ardagh that is built on our core values of trust, teamwork and excellence and we have opportunities in a wide variety of disciplines across our organization.

For more information on Ardagh Group, please visit www.ardaghgroup.com

Work under the direction of the Plant Manager to lead all plant environmental health and safety compliance and management system functions and activities. Provide prioritized EHS direction to plant of all EHS issues and regulatory concerns while maintaining communication with Corporate EHS. Develop and implement plant EHS compliance strategies to ensure compliance with various operating permits and relevant regulations and Corporate EHS Guidelines. Work with Ardagh Group Corporate EHS counterparts to improve overall EHS and EHS cost performance and on permit development. Work with Corporate Engineering project engineers with the engineering and starting of new installations. Initiate design develop implement maintain and monitor existing and comprehensive EHS programs. Support environmental compliance activities including but not limited to compiling emissions inventories assisting in preparing and submitting permit certifications and other required compliance reports permit applications preparation and strategy organizing and participating in emissions monitoring activities reviewing and reporting emissions data supporting management of legacy environmental risks general training coordinating responses to regulatory agency requests and enforcement actions with Corporate EHS. Interface with federal state and local environmental agencies on plant EHS issues. Develop and deliver training andor training tools on all relevant internal EHS initiatives and regulatory requirements including but not limited to lockouttagout confined space heat stress hearing conservation workers compensation recordkeeping responding to regulatory requests and enforcement action to support safety and health compliance. Audit plant operation of Continuous Opacity Meter Continuous Emissions monitors and emission abatement equipment for proper operation compliance with permits and regulations and maintenance and preventative maintenance. Lead conduct andor manage EHS management system and compliance audits of company facility to ensure compliance with internal requirements as well as Federal state and local health and safety regulations. Troubleshoot environmental issues and work with corporate furnace operations engineers and plant operations for out of compliance events. Conduct comprehensive analytical loss studies to identify areas affecting frequency and severity. Communicate findings and solutions to appropriate management and employees. Comply with Environmental and Food Safety standards as set forth in plant policiesprograms within Department responsibilities. Undergraduate degree in environmental science or environmental engineering discipline graduate degree preferred. Environmental professional certification is desirable. Minimum of six 6 years experience planning development and implementation in an industrial manufacturing environment with EHS management systems and compliance programs. Must have solid knowledge of federal state and local EHS and DOT laws regulations rules and standards as well as knowledge in Worker s Compensation administration. Ability to effectively work with all levels of management as well as bargaining unit employees. Must have excellent organizational and cross functional skills as well as oral and written communication skills. High proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is required. Must be selfmotivated and be able to make independent informed and prioritized decisions. Must be able to work in both individual and team industrial work settings with minimal supervision.

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