Company: System One
Location: North Kingstown
Posted on: September 12, 2023
Summary Statement The environmental safety and health manager
must perform a wide variety of tasks in support of the Company???s
ES&H strategies. He/she must comply with all Federal and State
environmental, safety and health regulations, standards,
procedures, and guidelines, and comply with all company issued
policies, procedures, rules, and regulations. He/she must also have
an excellent work ethic including excellent attendance,
punctuality, and the desire to complete designated work in a timely
- Must have at least 5 years??? experience in a shipyard,
manufacturing, or general industry environment where ES&H laws,
rules, and regulations are used.
- Must be a self-starter able to perform job duties with little
or no supervision.
- Must have strong communications skills and be able to
communicate with supervisors and subordinates.
- Must be able to identify and report all ES&H problems and
discrepancies to the appropriate department.
- Develops and implements -ES&H standards, guidelines, and
- Manages the ES&H audit programs.
- Oversees and manages the NESHAP program, compliance with the
Air Permit, and all other critical environmental programs.
- Manages and oversees the Storm Water Pollution Prevention
Program and the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures
- Manages and oversees the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
are adhered to. This includes managing the hazardous waste program,
analyzing waste streams for proper classification, complying with
appropriate DOT regulations, and ensuring that proper storage /
disposal methodologies are in place.
- Manages compliance to all requirements of EPCRA 302 ???
- Manages the injury management process.
- Manages the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) program.
- Oversees the new hire orientation training program.
- Manages the HAZCOM, electrical safety, energy control, personal
protective equipment, powered industrial truck, extendable platform
lift, overhead crane and hoist, respirator protection, confined
space, fall protection, and scaffolding programs.
- Reviews regulatory standards from OSHA, ANSI, NFPA, IEEE,
ACGIH, and Rhode Island State regulations to assess their impact on
the Company???s standards and practices.
- Manages the audit programs for all environmental, safety,
industrial hygiene and health programs.
- Manages the injury illness program to drive injuries back to
their root causes.
- Uses recognized quality and safety engineering tools during job
performance, this includes methods such as statistical analysis,
benchmarking, job hazard analysis and Pareto analysis.
- Oversees and manages the medical and health program to include
Workers Compensation. Focuses on injury reduction, early return to
work, and the reduction of all medical costs.
- Interfaces efficiently and proactively with internal
operational customers to achieve high level safety goals and
- Manages the -Emergency Response Team.
- Manages two (3) professional ES&H Specialists.
- Must be able to meet the work schedule.
- Must be able to maintain a clean work environment.
- Must wear personal protective equipment (PPE) as required by
-job hazard analysis.
- Must be physically able to work in all areas of the
- Must complete any other task or assignment as directed by
his/her supervisor. Physical Demands
- The employee must have correctable vision to 20/40; however,
contact lenses are not permitted in certain production area
- The employee must pass the Ishihara test for color blindness
and can read and understand safety symbols and colors, (i.e., red,
yellow, green, etc.).
- The employee must pass a pulmonary function exam for positions
requiring respiratory protection.
- The employee must be able to stand, sit, walk, squat, kneel,
stoop, or climb stairs or a ladder.
- The employee must be able to perform overhead work, as
necessary, with a full range of motion. The employee must not be
claustrophobic and may be required to work in confined spaces.
- The employee must have the capability to maneuver through
openings as small as 18 inches by 23 inches and would need to be
able to move and crawl into awkward positions.
- The employee must be able to work in static positions for
extended periods of time.
- The employee must have good balance and the capability of
standing on each foot for a period of 30 seconds or more.
- The employee must not have a fear of heights and may be
required to work in an elevated environment (which could include
heights of more than 50 feet) on scaffolding, from staging,
planking, or a mechanical lift.
- The employee must be able to carry tools and or equipment to
their designated work area. The approximate weight could be as much
as 75 pounds. Work Demands
- The employee is required to wear personal protective equipment
(PPE) including but not limited to respirator, hardhat, face
shield, safety goggles, safety shoes (steel toe), safety harness,
gloves or other protective clothing as determined by a -Job Hazard
- The employee must report all accidents or injuries to their
supervisor and the Environmental Safety and Health Department.
- The employee must report to their supervisor all damage to
equipment or broken and misused tools.
- The employee may be working in several different areas and
environments; this includes work inside and outside of buildings or
- The employee needs to work at a pace consistent with meeting
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