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Site EHS Specialist - Piney Flats Distribution

Job ID 0819433 Date posted 02/11/2019


·Under the general direction of the site Safety Manager, develop, implement, maintain, and communicate environmental, health and safety programs at a QVC Fulfillment Center.

·Conducts routine assessments of site safety and health programs, facilitating corrective measures as necessary and anticipating program needs.

·Conducts routine compliance audits, job hazard analyses and risk assessments. Provides recommendations to the site Safety Manager and Leadership team.Incorporates solutions that take into account what, why and how findings can be addressed to reduce hazards and lower risks.

·Responsible for annual site compliance and company best management practice (BMP) safety training topics with targeted site teams including but not limited to Lockout/Tagout-authorized, Confined Space, Hot Work, Fall Protection, Electrical Safety,Shop Safety, HAZWOPER, Regulated Waste Management and site leadership safety training and on-boarding. Ensures adequate tracking of attendees.

·Primary facilitator for all new hire safety orientation training.

·Responsible for industrial hygiene tasks such as but not limited to particulate sampling, noise mapping/dosimetry, and indoor air quality measurements based on site identified issues or broader company EHS recommendations.

·Completes routine ergonomic observations and task assessments.

·Tracks and manages site leading safety indicators including but not limited to weekly safety communications and site safety audits.Reports weekly results to site Safety Manager and site Leadership team.

·Assists the site Safety Manager with the site safety recognition program. The primary focus on team member engagement.

·Assists the site Safety Manager with the Sr. Leadership safety committee.

·Leads the site safety captains in collaboration with assigned site Leadership team members. Provides guidance to the site safety captains and facilitates the process of employee involvement in the site safety program.

·Manages the weekly/monthly regulated waste program requirements including but not limited to weekly waste storage inspections, manifest retention requirements and general housekeeping of waste storage areas. Works with a 3rd party vendor for scheduling and disposal/destruction expectations where applicable.

·Develops monthly activity reports and presents to site Safety Manager.

·Provide guidance to site regarding incident report and accident investigation processes, reports OSHA injury/illness recording practices and maintains OSHA 300 reporting logs.

·Prepares and facilitates the site safety situational management (SMM) level 1 program. Tracks action items and prepares incidents for the SMM Level 2 process.

·Develops relationships with exempt and non-exempt team members.

·Purchases necessary safety supplies where applicable.

Key Accountabilities

Fulfillment Center: actively spends time within the Fulfillment Center for assessing, auditing and completing observations related to unsafe behavior and unsafe conditions and general job hazard evaluation.Addresses concerns and reports finding to the site Safety Manager and site Leadership team.

Fulfillment Center: adequate time utilized for administrative tasks associated to SMM Level 1, metric reports, leading indicator tracking reports, IH activities, job hazard assessment development, ergonomic observations, OSHA log compliance and other similar administrative tasks and meetings.

Fulfillment Center: compliance and BMP training, site leadership safety training and on-boarding, new hire safety orientation, safety captain meetings.

Focuses on developing personal leadership Brand and developing as a Leader of Self.Identifies internal and external opportunities for personal and professional development and growth. Works with the site Safety Manager to assist development of the site EHS program.

        Knowledge in environmental and occupational safety and health regulations.
·Ability to demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills in both technical and non-technical terms.
·Good facilitation skills, ability to collaborate effectively with company personnel at all levels.
·Ability to prioritize multiple tasks while maintaining deadlines.
·Excellent working knowledge of computer applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint required).
·Bachelor Degree in Occupational Health & Safety Science or similar degree is preferred or equivalent combination of training and experience.
·1-4 years previous experience working in an industrial environment and a solid background in Safety program administration. 
·Ability to foster a positive work environment by promoting teamwork, open communication, and company culture.
·Ability to travel overnight.


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