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Thermo Fisher Scientific Vilnius, Lithuania
Sep 17, 2018
Full time
Job Description EHS Specialist II – Hazard Communication The Hazard Communication Specialist II supports all Thermo Fisher business divisions by completing hazard assessments, preparing hazard communication documents (safety data sheets and labels), assisting with safety data sheet distribution, and maintaining product information systems for knowledge management and compliance assurance. The right candidate will have experience providing regulatory support for both internal and external customers, and is comfortable working closely with internal Product Management, Sales, and Project Management teams. We are looking for an individual with experience in the Regulatory Affairs, Product Stewardship or EH&S field, with an emphasis on hazard communication requirements. Knowledge of domestic and international transportation classification is also required. The preferred candidate will also demonstrate excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills and will be able to multi-task in a fast-paced office environment.​ Essential responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to the following:   Prepare globally compliant GHS Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and container labels for Thermo Fisher’ commercial and experimental products. Communicate with Thermo Fisher R&D staff to ensure detailed compositional and physical property data needed for the product's hazard assessment are provided. Lead projects related to HazCom. Support junior staffs in their day to day work and assist Supervisor/Manager in meeting the project deadlines and the overall compliance requirements. Work with company’s toxicologists to ensure product's hazards are adequately evaluated and addressed on the SDS and labels as needed. Be proactive in developing process improvement plans. Determine U.S. and International transportation hazard classifications. Understand laws and regulations (e.g. OSHA, EU-CLP, REACH) governing SDS authoring, downstream chemical distribution, and hazardous chemical management within the Environmental Health and Safety industry. Determine the product formulation from various data points. Maintain product updates in Thermo Fisher data repository (Agile). Assist with management of SDS distribution tool. Demonstrate Role Model Leadership. General Responsibilities: Assists other employees in accomplishment of Thermo Fisher company goals. Follows instructions and performs other duties as may be assigned by supervisor. Participates in and completes company-required training programs. Participates in EH&S initiatives as set forth by the company. Education:   Masters/Bachelor’s degree in Toxicology, Chemistry, Biology or other life sciences. Requires strong analytical skills and the ability to accurately manage large amounts of detailed information. Demonstrated ability to work in a team atmosphere and to work independently. Demonstrated ability to learn complex databases; Attention to computer-use ergonomic issues. Demonstrated excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Promotes understanding of customer requirements and expectations. Able to communicate effectively with technical and non-technical personnel. Demonstrated ability to work effectively on multiple assignments concurrently. Experience working with multiple customers. Reprioritizes work quickly to meet changing demands. Must be motivated to learn on the job and take initiative for training. Experience/Requirements: Requires relevant experience in Hazard Communication and knowledge and experience in global hazard communication requirements and chemical control laws. Strong English skills. Additional language skills (European or Asian) are preferred. Familiarity with Chemical Regulations like EU-CLP, REACH, Safety Data Sheet requirements, etc. Must be able to multi-task to meet standard response times and deadlines. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent Microsoft suite skills. Should be comfortable with advanced MS-Excel and MS-Access Demonstrates a sense of urgency, contagious optimism and a “can do” attitude. Is strategic, astute and forward-thinking. Inspires motivates and collaborates with others. Preferred Qualifications:- Project management experience. Strong systems background in WERCS and/or Agile SQL, SAP knowledge. Knowledge of OSHA, EMS. ISO guidelines. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Thermo Fisher Scientific Singapore
Sep 17, 2018
Full time
Job Description When you are part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do important work. Surrounded by collaborative colleagues, you will have the support and opportunities that only a global leader can give you. Our respected, growing organization has an exceptional strategy for the near term and beyond. Take your place on our strong team, and help us make significant contributions to the world. Responsibility Facilitate and follow-up on actions from various functions and departments in EHS improvement activities, rectifications works and accident/incident investigations, contractor Permit-To-Work systems Perform EHS inspections of the company operations to ensure compliance, and improvement of EHS improvements Identify and implement periodic EHS performance monitoring and measurements of the company’s EHS performance through proactive and reactive monitoring e.g. noise mapping, trade effluent, industrial hygiene and air emission monitoring. Ensure that systems and procedures within the department are in compliance with ISO9001, ISO13485, QSR 21CFR, ISO14001, OHSAS 18001 and WHO Good Distribution Practice. Maintain EHS documentations required under the EHS management system e.g. accident/incident records, chemical inventories, licenses and permits, MSDS, etc. Requirement Diploma/Degree in Engineering, preferably in an environmental, health sciences, industrial hygiene and chemical regulatory discipline. In-depth understanding of EHS knowledge and practices Good communication and presentation skills Good planning and organizational skills for effective and efficient execution of EHS activities Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Thermo Fisher Scientific Middletown, Virginia, USA
Sep 17, 2018
Full time
Job Description When you join us at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll be part of a smart, driven team that shares your passion for exploration and discovery. With revenues of $22 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world. How will you make an impact? Oversee multiple health, safety, and environmental programs for manufacturing, laboratory, maintenance and warehouse employees. Ensures compliance with regulatory agencies, EHS corporate initiatives, and site requirements for multiple ongoing Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) programs and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). What will you do? Implement, improve, and manage effective environmental, health and safety procedures and practices to prevent occupational injuries and illnesses while ensuring compliance with Federal and State regulations. Coordinate training and act as site subject matter expert for questions about, and compliance with, all assigned EHS programs. Coordinate the identification and evaluation of conditions in the work environment leading to the elimination of unsafe conditions and acts. Manage Environmental Health and Safety Department vendors to ensure contractual compliance while working within a regulatory controlled environment. Lead or assist with investigations of environmental health and safety related events and incidents concerning any impacts on human health, safety, and/or the environment. Provide technical support to other Environment, Health, and Safety Department team members at the site and corporate level. Own and update EHS Department Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) assigned to this position. Also assists with reviewing and updating other EHS department SOPs. Will co-lead the Environmental Management System. Responsibilities include initial site certification, employee training, and all requirements for maintaining certification and recertification. Will prepare required safety and environmental reports (i.e. OSHA logs and ITA, Form R, Tier II, Hazardous Waste Biennial). Administer site’s Respiratory Protection Program including employee training and respirator fit-testing. Serve as back-up to EHS Manager for internal/external meetings and audits. Coordinate activities of the Emergency Response Team. Coordinate and conduct monthly safety team meetings and safety audits of the facility. Work with internal and external resources to develop and deliver OSHA related safety training for the workforce. Order EHS supplies as needed. Schedule physicals and maintain records for ERT, DOT and Manufacturing formulators. Be eager to learn and take on additional EHS Department responsibilities. Assist with the Hazardous Waste Program and supporting vendors/contractors. Serve as a back up to the EHS Waste Coordinator. May be required to schedule hazardous waste pickups and shipments. Recognize and properly addresses special disposal requirements for regulated wastes. How will you get there? Bachelor of Science (BS) in Occupational Safety and Health, or one related to Industrial Hygiene or Environmental Science, is required. 3-5 years of experience in the Occupational Safety and Environmental Health field required. Equivalent combinations of education, training, and relevant work experience may be considered. Excellent social interaction/interpersonal skills. Ability to work well with others and influence site employees at all levels of the organization to change behaviors to meet regulatory requirements and site/corporate EHS goals and objectives. Proficient in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint). Physical Requirements: Walks, stands and lifts small objects/ tools/ equipment for short periods of time. Will be required to wear personal protective equipment/clothing in typical work environments (indoors, outdoors) to conduct audits and assessments as necessary. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com