Xylem EHS Coordinator in Auburn, New York
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The Role: The EHS Coordinator provides support for the Environmental, Health, Safety, & Sustainability strategy and operational improvement for AWS Xylem manufacturing facilities. This position is responsible for the coordinating the site EHS function on the development and maintenance of an effective environment, health, safety, security & sustainability program and to work collaboratively with the site teams to identify issues and to lead improvements that support Xylem’s philosophy to “Accept Only Zero”. The EHS Coordinator/Specialist is expected to drive culture change with a high degree of employee engagement supporting Xylem Continuous Improvement processes.
Please note this role will work rotating shifts Monday-Friday 11:00am -7:00pm and Monday-Friday 6:00am-2:00pm. This will allow exposure to first, second and third shifts.
Essential Duties/Principal Responsibilities:
Interpret occupational, health, safety and environmental regulations for applicability and compliance to manufacturing operations
Program management experience in recordkeeping, hazardous energy, confined spaces, electrical safety, chemical safety, chemical storage, ladder safety, material handling, machine guarding, hot work and heavy industrial equipment such as forklift, booms, scissor lifts
Collect data, observe work processes, and interview workers in order to evaluate and propose changes to improve ergonomics
Permit management experience required in AIR, WATER and WASTE programs such as but not limited to monitoring, Inspections, sampling and reporting requirements for Emission Statements, Strom Water, Waste Water, TIER II, and TRI, Spill Prevention and Control and Counter Measure (SPCC), Hazardous Materials Storage and Disposal
evaluate workstations to design or alter its workspace so that it best fits the physical attributes of the employees
Audit against occupational, health, safety and environmental regulations and recommend actions to ensure compliance and avoid findings and/or regulatory infractions (by Federal, State and Local Government agencies)
Ensure the accurate and timely reporting of Monthly, Quarterly, Bi-Annual and Annual of regulatory requirements as well as postings licensing and permits
Perform and oversee the monthly safety and environmental compliance audits
Lead, support and/or coach teams on incident root cause analysis to prevent incident reoccurrence
Administer required EHS training and maintain associated documentation according to regulatory requirements
Recommend and implement methods to improve the safety & environmental programs and processes as they relate to regulatory compliance
Be an active participant/facilitator on the Safety Committee
Administer New Hire Orientation
Conduct Safety Training and documentation per the Safety Training matrix
Coordinate contracted training (Hearing Tests, Arc-Flash, Fall Protection, PIV, etc.)
Supervise Contractor Safety and respective pre-task safety planning reviews
Identify & Lead Near Miss investigations including Root Cause analysis
Track Safety Concerns & Actions to completion
Standard Operating Procedure Development
Manage EHSMS policies, procedures, annual reviews
Manage permit compliance and periodic regulatory agency submissions
Attend management of change reviews
Participate in mentorship program
Identify and mitigate machine guarding risks
Supervise project/job permit management for hot work, confined spaces and non-standard work activities
Perform compliance audits
Manage below the hook inspection processes
Manage hazmat spill response compliance
Minimum Qualifications: Education, Experience, Skills, Abilities, License/Certification:
Knowledge in the interpretation of regulations governed by General Industry OSHA, EPA as well as State occupational health, safety and environmental regulations
Knowledge in the interpretation of consensus standards including NFPA 70E and ANSI
Knowledge in assessing ergonomic risks and recommending options to mitigate
Environmental Management experience or experience equivalent
Computer experience in Word, Excel, Presentations
Demonstrable Public Speaking skills
Training skills including mentor, coaching & performance evaluations
Ability to research and answer questions clearly
Ability to communicate with courage & candor
Safety Committee leadership
Safety Professional (ASP) or Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Regularly required to sit or stand, reach, bend and move about the facility. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Office: 25% of the time is spent in an office environment including florescent lighting, dust, recycled air, cooling fans, semi-enclosed areas, central heating, seasonal warmer temperatures and office noise
Shop: 75% of the time is spent walking on the Shop Floor In locations with a factory or shop floor, exposure to factory/shop, CNC/Welding/metal working machinery and chemicals, ambient heat & humidity during the summer months
Safety Glasses, Safety Shoes, Vests are required
Standard weekly job hours: 40 hours
Xylem is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
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