Safety, Health & Environmental Supervisor
The Thomson Site Safety, Health, and Environmental (SHE) Supervisor will provide leadership, technical support, policy, program auditing and oversight, and strategy development for site SH&E programs and initiatives. The SHE Supervisor will provide functional guidance and leadership to site personnel. The SHE Supervisor reports to the Thomson Plant Manager, is a key member of the Site Leadership Team, and is responsible to support the line organization in maintaining compliance with applicable Site, Corporate, State and Federal safety and environmental related regulations and requirements. Key responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to: Provide supervisory guidance and development to all SHE resources to ensure technical/functional and operating skills are effective. Provide oversight of the site injury and illness recordkeeping process and identification of focus areas to achieve the expectation of zero injuries and illnesses. Drive (DuPont Production System) DPS transformation for the SHE organization and Support DPS continuous improvement activities.Implement, update, and maintain site SHE managing processes and procedures. Develop an annual SHE Continuous Improvement Plan for the Thomson SiteEnsure that the site has a strong Community liaison.Coordinate the schedule and execution for corporate second party audits at the site.Facilitate proper scoring of incidents per S8Y and ensure recording of events as appropriate in the corporate ETQ database.Routine field auditing and visibility for interactions with employees.Interface routinely with other site, regional, business, and corporate SHE resources, as well as Thomson Plant sister sites to share and leverage information as appropriate. Manage the budget for the SHE organization.Qualifications:BS or higher degree in a technical/scientific field or equivalent work experience is requiredAt least 3 years of SHE Leadership experience in an operations environment is requiredDemonstrated functional/technical expertise of OSHA Injury/Illness recordkeeping and management systems, confined space entry, line break, lock & tag, and other safety work practices requiredExperience/knowledge of PSM (Process Safety Management) is requiredExperience/knowledge of OSHA, EPA and DOT regulations and environmental waste management is beneficialSelf-motivated with strong interpersonal and organizational skills to independently complete tasks and work well in a team environmentDemonstrated written and oral skills – presents information and ideas in an articulate and organized wayAbility to anticipate, plan, develop, implement, audit, and improve systems and processes in the SHE competencyAbility to collaborate and network with site, regional and corporate resourcesApply for this job.