Area Environmental, Health & Safety Manager - Seattle, WA

Responsible forsupporting the Company's Environmental, Health, & Safety (EHS) programs forthe region including marinespill response planning, training, policies, and procedures, bestpractices, and other related duties.


Essential Responsibilities:

  • Internally report and support Operation in investigating all safety related events following internal protocols. Events may include vehicle accidents, incidents, work related injuries, spills, leaks, contaminations, security threats, Near Miss incidents, or other business disruptions.
  • Assist Operations in Injury Management Process to ensure injured workers receive appropriate level of care in collaboration with AXIOM, collecting and uploading clinical documentation to EHS Insight for OSHA recording and claims processing, assisting in Return to Work process, and follow up on recurring doctor visits until injured worker returns to full duty.
  • Externally report incidents as required by customers and/or regulatory agencies.
  • Conduct facility and field location EHS assessments and audits (Gate Checks, Terminal Inspections, Truck, Yard, and Shop Inspections, and Frac audits) to mitigate hazards, identify corrective and preventative actions (CAPAs), and ensure compliance with Company and Customer expectations.
  • Actively ensure compliance with all regulatory     required inspections to completeness and that all recordkeeping is     maintained (SPCC, SWPP, FRP’s, MTU’s, Fire Extinguisher, Fire Alarm and     Suppression Systems, Crane, etc.).
  • Participate and provide support to Operations in customer meetings, customer orientations and training, and serve to mitigate EHS issues with customers.
  • Facilitate EHS regulatory and customer audits and serve as the lead on these activities including follow up and corrective actions.
  • Monitor Region Key EHS Performance Indicators and provide Operations feedback on activity and opportunities for improvement.
  • Provide support to Operations in monitoring field team member and driver's Hours of Service to ensure compliance with HOS and Fatigue Management policy.
  • Actively survey field operations by conducting safety observations to ensure EHS policies and procedures are understood and followed. Report findings in EHS Insight and issue On-the-Spot recognition cards when appropriate.
  • Facilitate Incident Review Board meetings to identify root cause of incidents
  • Participate in regulatory required meetings
  • Facilitate Safety Committee meetings and provide support to this safety initiative.
  • Provide support to the Operations team with the GeoTab ELD program in performance monitoring, coaching activity levels, assisting in re-reviews, points assignments, driver/vehicle reassignments, and training.
  • Provide EHS Training for safety topics requiring Hands On or Face to Face contact. Training generally includes Facility Response Plans, Marine Transfer, Customer specific training, SPCC/SWPP plan training, Security Plan, Forklift, Crane, other Site Specific training.


Other Functions:

  • Special projects as requested
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements:

  • Minimum 3 years' experience preferred in Oil & Gas industry and/or Fuel Transportation.
  • Knowledgeable in OSHA, FMCSA, and EPA, & Marine regulation.
  • Computer technology and smart device proficiency skills required.
  • Can require up to 50% travel including overnight stays
  • A company truck will be provided; therefore a clean MVR is required.


Education:

  • High school diploma required
  • College or other safety certifications preferred


Working Conditions:

  • Must be able to walk, bend, reach, push, pull, stoop, squat, and climb, as required, in order to perform required duties.
  • Occasionally climb ladders to inspect tanks and vehicles.
  • Must be able to lift as much as 50lbs occasionally.
  • Must be able to sit for extended periods of time while driving.

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