Are you a fit? Are you an innovative thinker? Are you a good collaborator? Do you have a strong attention to detail and like solving problems? Do you want to make a difference in the Safety & Well Being of others?
In support of Humana’s goal of promoting lifelong well-being, the EH&S Consultant supports the
successful delivery and oversight of EH&S processes including:
- Verifies compliance with EHS regulations through inspection and evaluation of the environment, equipment and processes in work areas to ensure compliance EHS regulations and industry standards.
- Provides subject matter expert support in identifying and resolving critical safety regulatory issues.
- Leads site management team in the performance of thorough and objective accident investigations for all accidents and near miss occurrences, analyze injury trends, and coordinate corrective actions.
- Implements and audits OSHA, EPA and DOT programs and policies as well as local and state programs and policies.
- Participates or leads incident reporting and investigations, including Root Cause Analysis (RCA).
- Oversees the coordination of ERT/Safety Meetings and Site-Specific Training.
- Provides support and subject matter expertise that ensures appropriate environmental health and safety systems and resources are in place.
- Advises facility management of safety & security matters.
- Leads implementation and monitoring of programs that will ensure facility environmental compliance with applicable Federal, State and Local regulations.
- Coordinates emergency response programs and training for assigned facilities.
- Maintains and applies knowledge of current policies, regulations, and industrial practices.
- Provides oversight of safety programs and systems including, OSHA compliance, Safety Committees, Emergency Response Teams, Audit Reports and Life Safety Systems.
- Maintains site OSHA 300 log and associated reporting to governmental agencies.
- Ensures applicable corporate and site-specific EHS programs are effectively implemented in a timely manner.
- Provides administrative support for web-based safety systems.
Primary domain specialties include: Associate Safety, Environmental Safety and Emergency
- Problem Solving: You are a problem solver with the ability to encourage others in collaborative problem solving. You can be a broker and consultant regarding resources.
- You engage people in problem solving without taking over.
- Accountable: You meet clearly stated expectations and take responsibility for achieving results.
- Implementation/Execution: You are good at working independently, organizing and managing multiple priorities and/or projects by using appropriate methodologies and tools.
- Collaborates: You engage others by gathering multiple views and being open to diverse perspectives, focusing on a shared purpose that puts Humana’s overall success first.
- Executes For Results: You effectively leverage resources to create exceptional outcomes, embrace change and constructively resolve barriers and constraints.
- At least 5 years of experience in EHS (including forklift safety)
- Bachelor’s degree in Safety-related field
- Environmental experience (e.g. SPCC, Pollution Prevention, and Hazardous Waste Plans)
- Ability to work independently under general instructions and with a team
- Master’s degree in related field (e.g. Environmental Safety, OSH, Industrial Hygiene, Safety Management, etc.) preferred
- Pharmaceutical industry experience
- ASP or GSP Certification
Reporting Relationships – Reports to Manager, Environmental Health & Safety
Send resumes to: Dr. Lori Ridgeway email@example.com
Join an organization that demonstrates a proactive health and safety management system, combined with strong employee engagement and environment that fosters continuous improvement. You will provide leadership and oversight for Health Safety Environment & Facilities (HSE&F), activities and performance for the (insert site support) by establishing strong working relationships with site leadership team and the employees. You will report directly to the (Insert site leader or functional leader as applicable). You will be a key leader with the (indicate site support) directing sustainable health and safety programs through incorporation of impactful operating processes and keeping in front of leading practices in health and safety standards.
- Implements HSE&F standards
- Provide technical assistance
- Site compliance reviews
- Strong MOS administration
- Advocates HOS behaviors
- Effective coach and role model
- Deploys safety initiatives
- Measures key HSEF metrics
- Drives standard work
- Ensures compliance standards
YOU MUST HAVE
- Bachelor’s degree.
- 5 to 10+ years’ experience in HSE&F
- US Citizenship due to contractual requirements
- 5+ years’ experience, managing and improvement overall production equipment effectiveness
- Preference in engineering, manufacturing, safety, environmental science, facilities, or related field.
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- CPS, CIH, FMT, PMP certifications
- Customer focused, strategic thinker
- Success of leading and developing teams
- Black Belt/TPM/Lean expert
- Significant experience in HSE&F
- Progressive experience in Facilities programs
- Record of progressive HS&E experience
- JOB ID: req267203
- Location: 21111 N. 19th Ave (Deer Valley),Phoenix,Arizona,85027,United States
Grand Canyon University’s Health and Safety Department is currently seeking a Safety Technician. The Safety Technician will report directly to the Health & Safety Manager and carry out the duties of the department which include assisting the department with compliance with local, state and federal regulations, implementing an overall health and safety management system and instilling a positive culture that promotes the safety of all university faculty, staff and students.
The Safety Technician will have a general working knowledge of health and safety regulations to assist in fulfilling departmental responsibilities. This position will require the ability to work independently at times while conducting inspections and performing assigned duties throughout the university campus.
- Conducts periodic safety audits and inspections of identified fixed equipment throughout the campus to ensure operational readiness, safe use and regulatory compliance including first aid kits, AED’s, blue safety lights, fire alarm and fire protection systems, emergency communication systems, fire extinguishers, safety showers, chemical spill kits, and other vital safety equipment and systems.
- Records the completion of inspections and findings, escalating discovered issues to management with corrective action recommendations and immediately corrects correcting issues within scope of authority.
- Performs and documents jobsite inspections and audits with special emphasis on hazard identification/recognition and observation of unsafe behaviors as designated; may serve as secondary assist in certain audits/inspections.
- Participates in development/execution of hazard communication program requirements such as chemical inventory, safety data sheet management and data entry into chemical management software.
- Develops general safety training and gets final approval of content from management; Conducts general safety training to individuals and groups under the direction of EHS&EM staff.
- Assist EHS&EM staff and/or supervisors with the investigation of incidents that result in property damage, occupational illness or personal injury to determine causal factors for prevention of future incidents.
- Respond to incidents as directed by EHS&EM personnel to ensure the safety of staff, faculty, students, and visitors.
- Assist the Emergency Management staff with scheduling and conducting emergency drills per the GCU/GCE Emergency Action Plan which includes fire drills, chemical spill response, homeland security, medical emergency response, etc.
- Assist with the development and updating of EHS&EM policies and procedures under the direction of EHS&EM staff.
- May participate in various safety meetings as assigned representing the EHS&EM Department.
- Maintains EHS&EM recordkeeping requirements, performing trend analysis as needed and providing recommendations for program improvement.
- Conducts or assists with Job Hazard Assessments (JHAs) for employee tasks to identify hazards and recommend appropriate mitigation which can include the development of various administrative controls such as training, procedures, processes, PPE, etc.
- Assist with investigating and evaluating hazardous conditions and employee safety concerns. Reports and documents findings to EHS&EM staff with corrective action recommendations.
- High school diploma required. Associates or Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Emergency Management, Fire Science, Public Safety or related field preferred.
- 1-3 years of experience in related field required.
- OSHA 30 Hour General Industry or Construction or ability to obtain within the first 90 days of employment required.
- Must have valid US driver’s license and clean driving record.
- Ability to read and interpret technical materials pertaining to fire and safety codes, blueprints, emergency management plans, building and equipment specifications, health and safety laws and standards.
- Experience training or teaching and preparing general safety course work.
- Specific knowledge and/or experience working with regulations such as Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and International Fire Code (IFC), Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP), and local and state regulations.
- Prior experience in higher education will be a plus.
- Working knowledge of the principles and practices of occupational health and safety.
- Basic skill in investigating and analyzing incidents and their causes.
- Basic skill in conducting constructive, positive confrontation to staff, faculty and students as needed for observed unsafe behaviors or conditions.
- Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing environmental health and safety procedures and policies.
- Knowledge of local, state, and federal rules/regulations on hazardous materials management.
- Skill in interpreting and applying federal, state and local safety laws and regulations.
- Skill in developing and conducting environmental health and safety training classes for staff, faculty and students.
- Knowledge of OSHA, ANSI, NEC, NFPA, EPA, CERCLA, RCRA, TSCA, and General Industry Safety Standards.
- Proficient in verbal communication with individuals in face-to-face, one-on-one setting or by telephone.
- Speaks and writes clearly, concisely and effectively; listens to, and understands information and ideas as presented verbally or in writing.
- Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with employees at all levels of the University’s organization.
- Ability to comprehend and make inferences from written material.
- Strong organizational and time management skills with a demonstrated ability to handle, prioritize, coordinate and complete competing tasks within deadlines.
- Able to pass pre-employment background check.
- Ability to work full-time 8am-5pm Mon-Fri schedule at GCU’s Main Campus, 3300 W Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85017.
- Provide a positive example to students by supporting the University’s Doctrinal Statement, Ethical Position Statement and Mission of Grand Canyon University.
Insure Compliance is a small safety and compliance company that is family run and looking for someone who is willing to be a contractor making $50.00/hr to give OSHA 10-hour trainings. This person would need to be willing to travel within Arizona, mostly Phoenix valley area and Tucson.
Insure Compliance, LLC
4406 E. Main Street #58 | Mesa, AZ 85205
O: 480-688-6280 | C: 480-204-3683