Current Job Openings

EHS Manager 
We are looking for an experienced EHS Manager to join our clients team as a direct hire EHS Manager located in their Franklin, Virginia plant. If you are looking to continue your career in the Environmental Health and Safety field, please review the job description below, and apply directly to link below or by submitting your resume directly to PTS Representative Gabrielle.Warner@PTSadvance.com 

Location: Franklin Virginia 
Pay Range: $90,000 -$105,000 annual base (Based on Experience) 
Bonus Incentives: 15% bonus (Paid Quarterly) 
Employment Type: Full Time (Direct Hire) 
Schedule:
Monday-Friday 
7:00am-5:30pm 
*24/7 operational plant site, on call availability is a requirement 


Responsibilities: 
*    Identify workplace hazards and work with plant staff to mitigate/abate these hazards
*    Work closely with Plant Manager to understand company needs and mission.
*    Work closely with Plant team and corporate resources to continuously improve EH&S programs.
*    Provide safety training to all employees, contractors, and vendors as required.
*    Lead Safety Committee meetings.
*    Perform EH&S compliance audits/assessments of facility and contractor work activities.
*    Effectively communicate with contractor teams to create a documented safe work plan.
*    Provide prompt documentation of assessment findings, observations, and recommendations.
*    Conduct investigations of Health & Safety incidents to include root cause analysis.
*    Implement safe work practices and behaviors to achieve ZERO incidents/accidents (TIR).
*    Ensure employees', contractors', and vendors' work practices are in regulatory compliance with applicable regulatory agencies, as well as with company standards and policies.
*    Provide subject matter expertise in technical areas to include OSHA, EPA, NFPA, NEC, NIOSH, ANSI, and ASTM.

Qualifications
*    Minimum of 3 years of experience leading EHS in a manufacturing setting
*    Identify workplace hazards and work with plant staff to mitigate/abate these hazards.
*    Work closely with Plant Manager to understand company needs and mission.
*    Ability to influence Plant Manager, supervisors, and team leaders to lead with safety
*    Provide EHS training to all employees, contractors, and vendors as required.
*    Lead Safety Committee meetings.
*    Lead the locations Emergency Response Team
*    Perform EH&S compliance audits/assessments of facility and contractor work activities.
*    Effectively communicate with contractor teams to create a documented safe work plan.
*    Provide prompt documentation of assessment findings, observations, and recommendations.
*    Conduct investigations of Health & Safety incidents to include root cause analysis.
*    Implement safe work practices and behaviors to achieve ZERO incidents/accidents (TIR).
*    Ensure employees', contractors', and vendors' work practices are in regulatory compliance with applicable regulatory agencies, as well as with company standards and policies.
*    Provide subject matter expertise in technical areas to include OSHA, EPA, NFPA, NEC, NIOSH, ANSI, and ASTM.

Previous certification in the regulatory topics below:
*    Combustible Dust
*    Accident Prevention
*    First Aid/CPR/AED and Bloodborne Pathogens
*    Confined Space
*    Lockout
*    Electrical Safety
*    Emergency Response
*    Fire Prevention
*    Hazard Communication
*    Material Handling
*    Hearing Conservation
*    OSHA Recordkeeping
*    Personal Protective Equipment
*    Power Tool Use and Guarding
*    Respiratory Protection
*    Crane/Hoist/Rigging Safety
*    Welding/Hot Work
*    Incident Investigation
*    Working from Heights
*    Working and Walking Surfaces

Preferred Qualifications - What Will Set You Apart
*    OSHA 30 Hour-General Industry
*    OSHA 30 Hour-Construction
*    NFPA 70e
*    Root Cause Analysis (Cause Mapping/Taproot etc.)
*    Experience in leading culture change
*    Certified Safety Professional (CSP)

Working Conditions
*    Must be able to work in outdoor environments and occasionally in temperatures above 100 degrees and below 32 degrees 
*    Willing and able to work in a hot, humid, cold and noisy industrial environment 
*    Willing and able to maintain strict adherence to safety rules and regulations, including wearing safety equipment.

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