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EH&S Manager

Date: Nov 23, 2021

Location: Tacoma, WA, US

Company: James Hardie

Now’s your chance to move your career in a new direction – upward!

 

James Hardie is the #1 brand of siding in America. Globally, we have more than 4,900 employees and generate over $2.5 billion in net sales.  We invented fiber cement, and over 8 million homes later, we continue to set the standard for premium siding and trim.  Of course, to be the best, you have to work with the best.  That’s why we invest in more than just quality products; we also invest in our people.  We take pride in our employees and it’s clear that our employees take pride in working at James Hardie, too.

 

As the EH&S Manager at James Hardie, you’ll assist the management team in the establishment of a safe culture. You’ll oversee 2 sites in Tacoma and a manage a small EHS team.  You’ll manage a lot of priorities and large-scale initiatives, and build the EHS program by developing short and long term improvement strategies and working closely with managers on safety issues and training programs.

 

  • Provide direction to the site on improvement strategies and feedback on safety performance to the plant management team and Supervisors on an on-going basis
  • Analyze shift performance through pre-work task assessment, inspections conducted, and behavioral observations completed to identify safety performance trends
  • Coach Department Managers and Supervisors in daily morning meetings on trends identified in order to improve crews and managers engagement in the safety process;
  • Analyze data from incident history, behavioral observations, hazard reports, and plant audits to identify plant performance trends to determine and create plant performance improvement strategies
  • Collect and analyze data from our safety programs including reviewing incident reports, Hazard Reports, Near-Hit Reports, and Non-Routine Task Forms
  • Conduct Behavioral Audits and coach individuals on the program when data supports process is not being properly applied or executed; and reviewing audit forms to ensure quality of audit
  • Aid in selection of weekly pre-shift topics and coaching employees on proper delivery of pre-shift topics to crews; and auditing the effectiveness of pre-shift topic discussion
  • Conduct Housekeeping Audits, Risk Assessment Audits, and National Safety Audits
  • Manage and facilitate plant safety education programs by conducting new hire orientations, Ensuring all necessary regulatory and Company safety management programs are reviewed; developing and administering safety training presentations covering OSHA compliance, the Company’s management programs, and cultural/behavioral change processes;
  • Create safety alerts which aid in communicating incidents to sister facilities to educate them on facility design or procedure changes to prevent an occurrence of a similar incident.
  • Manage the environmental program to ensure compliance with State and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulatory requirements

 

Education/Experience Required:

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Engineering, or Industrial Hygiene. (Master's degree preferred)
  • 8+ or more years of manufacturing experience working as an EH&S professional.
  • 3+ or more years of experience leading, mentoring, and coaching in manufacturing organizations.
  • Professional Industry Certifications a plus

 

In return, we offer rapid advancement opportunities, an engaged and collaborative work environment, competitive compensation with solid bonus potential, a 401k program that matches dollar-for-dollar up to 6% and a best-in-class total benefits package.  

 

At James Hardie, our goal is to remain at the forefront of the building products industry in every market in which we operate.  The foundation of this strategy, and our company identity, is an unwavering commitment to safe people, safe places, and safe systems through our Zero Harm initiative.  As a member of James Hardie, you will have significant opportunity to be a key contributor to achieving that goal.

 

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