At Johns Manville, we protect our employees, communities, environment and the world. Sustainability is very important to and we seek a team member who also believes in reducing our carbon footprint and keeping other safe for generations to come. The Richmond, Indiana facility produces high volumes of quality blow wool insulation for contractors and retail customers. As the Environmental, Health and Safety Manager, you will be responsible for leading the health, safety and environmental functions at the Richmond plant. The Environmental, Health, and Safety Manager's focus is to ensure effective management of EHS systems while maintaining a safe workplace and compliance with applicable health, safety and environmental regulations. This position reports to the Plant Manager and will be part of the plant management team.
- Ensure facilities are operating in compliance with all applicable health and safety regulations and requirements as codified in state and federal OSHA regulations or otherwise referenced (typically through a site audit, gap analysis, and closure process).
- Champion initiatives that drive facilities toward OSHA VPP Star Site certification to include direct leadership of the training and emergency preparedness processes.
Facilitate / oversee incident investigations, root cause analyses, and closure of corrective actions.
- Act as a regulatory compliance resource.
- Represent the company with state and federal agencies as required.
- Assist with case management.
- Establish and drive continuous improvement in the facilities environmental monitoring and recordkeeping data management systems to ensure compliance with all JM policies and federal, state, and local regulatory requirements.
- Ensure that all industrial process wastewaters are properly managed and discharged from the plant in a manner that protects ground waters and surface tributaries from contamination and is in compliance with the plants operating discharge permit.
- Ensure the proper onsite management and offsite disposal of solid, universal, and hazardous wastes and lead a plant-wide effort to eliminate these by correcting the eliminating the root causes and/or reducing wastes, reusing, and recycling various materials.
- Assist JM Corporate Environmental to evaluate and determine appropriate permitting and abatement strategies for projects that may have an impact on existing air quality permits with an emphasis on NESHAP, NSPS, NSR/PSD, and USEPA/IDEM regulatory requirements.
- Represent the company with local, state, and federal agencies as required and interface with the general public on environmental issues and promote the companies environmental initiatives public hearings, meetings.
- Develop action plans for EHS activities, perform follow-up on these activities, and report status to division EHS leaders.
- Qualify all personnel involved in water sampling and testing, maintaining environmental abatement equipment, emergency procedures, and handling of hazardous materials and wastes.
- Supports and promotes safe practices and environmental commitments in alignment with company commitments, policies, and compliance requirements.
- May be required to perform other related duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree.
- 10 years of experience working in environmental, health and safety.
- 3 years of experience managing a Title V facility.
- Solid knowledge of safety and environmental regulatory standards (OSHA, EPA, NFPA, etc.) and the ability to work with respective outside agencies.
- Experience with federal, state and local environmental laws and regulations relating to air, water, solid waste and hazardous waste management.
- Managed both environmental and safety programs.
- Heavy industry and / or manufacturing experience.
- Leadership skills to direct personnel, implement EHS initiatives and perform follow-up on specific activities.
- Experience in hazard awareness and risk assessment for flammable and hazardous materials.
- Experience with behavioral based safety systems.
- Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook.
- Ability to be on call the plant is a 24/7 365 facility.
- Ability climb stairs/ladders, walk extensively, exposure to hot and hold.
- Ability to travel up to 10%.
- Bachelor's degree in Environmental Health and Safety.
- 5 or more years of experience managing a Title V facility.
- 5 or more years managing both environmental and safety programs.
- Strong organizational and training skills.
- Solid analytical ability to determine and develop solutions to moderately complex problems.
- Demonstrated root-cause analysis skills.
- Experience providing feedback for performance evaluations.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
JM has a long history of sustainable efforts and strives to continually improve our sustainability practices through a focus on innovation, productivity and leadership that ensures we meet the needs of current stakeholders without sacrificing the needs of future generations. For additional information please read our Sustainability Report
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