Main responsibilities and duties
The HSE engineer is responsible for providing counsel to the staff concerned. She/he is also entrusted with the implementation of Michigan Occupational Health and Safety regulations aiming at preventing Health, Safety, Environmental and Energetic risks.
- Is responsible for assessing and monitoring the regulatory compliance of the site as regards to occupational health, safety environment and energy. Performs the impact analysis on safety and environment regulatory developments in the assigned plant;
- Assists and provides advice and guidance to the Plant General Manager in matters relevant to preventive actions, as well as all safety , environment and energetic issues;
- Helps to conduct the risk assessment analyses relevant to Quality and with specific focus on Occupational health, safety, environment and energy (OHS risk assessment: individual risk assessment document/form);
- Is entrusted with enforcing regulatory requirements, as well as other requirements of customers, insures, etc. keeping view the environment, energy policies and occupational health and safety regulations applicable to the site;
- In conjunction with the departments concerned, implements preventive action related to environmental, occupational safety and health, and energy matters;
- Coordinates and/or performs training programs and awareness initiatives to promote Health, Safety, Environment and Energy good practices;
- Ensures (with the Plant General Manager support) the follow-up of corrective and preventive actions to address Health, Safety, Environment and Energy occupational health, safety, environment and energy nonconformities (excluding SMQSE2 audit) or dysfunctions;
- Collects and analyzes the crucial Health, Safety, Environment and Energy data and reports
Qualifications and Experience:
Bachelors of Science Degree in Industrial Safety and Health coupled with 5-7 years of safety and environmental responsibilities in the state of MI preferred.
Minimum of a High School Diploma with at least 2 years of Higher Education or certification in a technical discipline or HSE2 specialization, with five years experience in this field.
Rigor, interpersonal skills, autonomy, synthetic thinking, coordination and coaching skills;
Ability to establish and manage a budget through.
Deep Knowledge of MIOSHA Standards, IATF 16949, ISO 14001 standards, OHSAS 18001 and/or ISO 45 001 Safety Standards, ISO 50 001 Standard, and of the legal and regulatory requirements applicable to local facilities, networks, machines, equipment and operating procedures in effect on the site;
|Localization:||Cadillac, United States|
|Salary:||$65,800 to $78,000 per year depending on Experience|
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