Environmental Health & Safety Program Manager #300 Nanosys
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Nanosys is seeking a highly skilled individual who will be responsible for the continued development, implementation, and maintenance of all areas of the Nanosys EH&S Program. This role requires someone who is both strategic in their thinking, but very hands-on in implementing their plans. In their role, they will be expected to make recommendations to management regarding safety and environmental issues to ensure compliance. The individual also will act as the primary liaison to local, state, and federal regulatory agencies in terms of permitting, compliance maintenance and hosting inspections. The role also includes overseeing and assuring the appropriate safety training is provided to all of Nanosys employees with the primary goal of zero incidents, accidents and injuries. The role is also expected to develop key performance indicators and corresponding goals for the company?s EH&S program and publish/report performance against goals.
Summary of essential job functions:
Develop MSDS catalog for all Nanosys products and Research Use Only (RUO) materials.
Ensure Regulatory Compliance ? submit and maintain Permits and Licenses-City, County, State and Federal as required for all areas of EH&S.
Host Regulatory Inspections as needed; address non-compliances observed and/or reported.
Manage environmental permits including the CoPA Water Discharge Permit and the SCC Neutralizer Permit.
Submit required compliance reports including the semi-annual PRCC, EPA Biennial Report, HMBP/HMIS.
Write updates to maintain required written programs, CHP, IIPP, FPP, EAP, and BBP.
Lead the Nanosys Safety Committee meetings.
Manage the Hazardous Waste Program.
Ensure that appropriate employee EHS training classes are developed and conducted.
Develop Databases for accurate required record keeping.
Ensure that Ergonomic Assessments are performed as needed.
Develop and maintain the site Emergency Action Plan.
Manage the Incident Response Team.
Investigate EHS issues including Injuries/Illnesses, chemical spills and gas leaks; respond to employee concerns.
Conduct workplace assessments; review new chemical and equipment purchases.
Manage programs including Blood Borne Pathogens, Lock-Out Tag-out, Personal Protective Equipment and Radiation Safety.
Ensure cost effective compliance.
Assist Facilities Director with new installation/new facility planning.
Perform regular safety inspections and report results to managers; follow up with managers to ensure resolution.
Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Must have working knowledge of applicable regulations within the California Environmental Regulatory Framework including TGO, UFC, UBC, GISO-(8 CCR), Hazardous Waste as well as other applicable Federal regulations such as DOT/IATA requirements for shipping hazardous materials.
Thorough knowledge of hazards associated with a broad range of conditions/situations (Eg. Crane rigging/lifting, electromechanical systems, chemical systems, lab safety, R&D operations, etc) and ability to mitigate/manage hazards.
Experience and proficiency in writing safety assessments, plans and procedures.
Ability to keep abreast of regulatory changes and develop new or modify existing EHS programs to maintain compliance.
Excellent project management, communication (verbal and written), and organizational skills. Must be proficient in standard MS Office Suite programs such as Word, Power Point, and Excel.
Ability to balance multiple priorities in a fast paced, dynamic and demanding environment.
Sound written and verbal communication skills. Ability to clearly articulate EHS requirements in order to obtain employee or management buy in.
Education and Certifications:
Must have at least a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Science or related field with 7?10 years of relevant experience.
Certification such as CIH or CSP highly desirable.
||2625 Hanover Street |
Palo Alto, CA 94304
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED