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EHS Specialist

Date: Apr 7, 2021

Location: Dayton – Ohio, US, 45377

Company: Heraeus

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EHS Specialist
Location Dayton – Ohio
Temporary  
Full Time
 

Imagine a job where you will have the opportunity to do exciting and challenging work, while collaborating with extraordinary colleagues. A company that invests in you and your career, providing the training, mentoring, development and support you need to be successful now and in the future. If you want a career without limits with a market-leading family-owned, global company where you can make an impact, then imagine an opportunity at Heraeus. Every day, our worldwide team of approximately 14,900 employees are bringing forward new ideas and solutions that are impacting and transforming everything from healthcare to renewable energy to e-mobility to high-tech and telecommunications.

 
 

OPEN SPACE.

 

As an employer, we offer open space - For Designers. For Forward Thinkers. For Doers. Innovation has been the secret of our sustained business success for 165 years, and you can have the opportunity to apply your knowledge to help us write that next chapter of success.

 

Here are just a few of the things you will get to do:

 

 

  • Conduct in-house EHS inspections on the facility, materials, and equipment in order to identify and execute actions needed to maintain compliance standards.  Complete and maintain associated inspection records and logs.
  • Monitor in-house EHS programs to ensure operational effectiveness including proper procedures, documentation and personnel updates and/or training.
  • Coordinate and conduct periodic industrial hygiene sampling as required.
  • Maintain & update all posting procedures, authorization lists, evacuation lists, safety posters, potential hazard records, etc.
  • Inventory, stage and load hazardous and non-hazardous waste drums for shipment to disposal or reclaim sites.
  • Maintain/update the Heraeus Hazardous Materials Database including entry of SDS.  
  • Coordinate and schedule required EHS presentations and training sessions for employees and contractors.
  • Collect data and information needed to create/update written EHS programs, permits, plans and records.
  • Maintain facility conditions in preparation for announced & unannounced compliance inspections and audits by outside authorities and agencies.
  • Assist in the investigation industrial accidents, injuries, or occupational illnesses to determine causes and preventive measures. 
  • Recommend process and product safety features that will reduce employees' exposure to chemical, physical, and biological work hazards.
  • Carry out specific projects, assignments and other tasks as assigned.   

 

FOR OPEN MINDS.

 

We are looking for people who are not just open to new ideas, but want to bring fresh thinking, energy and a creative perspective to their work. Some of the traits and qualifications the ideal candidate would possess include:

 

  • Associates Degree in Safety, Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or a related field of study and a minimum of 2 years previous EHS experience in a manufacturing / industrial / chemical setting is preferred. The equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
  • Proficiency in application of EHS regulatory standards is required.  Knowledgeable in ensuring compliance with OSHA, EPA and other EHS related governmental requirements and environmental management standards. CSP designation preferred.
  • Demonstrate a high level of professionalism, organizational skills, and an attention to detail; exhibit a high level of motivation and initiative. 
  • Proficiency in MS Office is required. 
  • SAP experience a plus.

 


Nearest Major Market: Dayton
Nearest Secondary Market: Cincinnati