EHS Coordinator

U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc., a member of the Russell 2000, is a leading producer of commercial silica used in the oil and gas industry, and in a wide range of industrial applications. Over its 117-year history, U.S. Silica has developed core competencies in mining, processing, logistics and materials science that enable it to produce and cost-effectively deliver over 260 products to customers across our end markets. The Company currently operates nine industrial sand production plants and eleven oil and gas sand production plants. The Company is headquartered in Frederick, Maryland and also has offices located in Chicago, Illinois and Houston, Texas.
The EHS Coordinator reports directly to the Plant Manager, but also works with the Corporate EHS team. This position is responsible for the implementation and management of corporate environmental, health, and safety programs, as well as, developing, training and recommending specific environmental health and safety related programs and activities, while following corporate and government regulations and guidelines.
The primary responsibilities of the EHS Coordinator will be implementation, administration, training and enforcement of the plant-wide safety, health, and environmental programs. They will also be responsible for keeping abreast of any new EHS developments through attending courses and maintaining contact with other EHS professionals and regulatory agencies as well as promoting personal development and awareness of EHS issues and concerns in all plant personnel. Maintain a consistent presence out in the plant accomplishing heightened vigilance and awareness with plant activities.
This position works with a minimal amount of supervision and works approximately 60 percent of the time out in the plant environment. The EHS Coordinator will work closely with all levels of the plant and corporate organizations and will need to work before internal and external groups. This position requires some travel and also a flexible work schedule. It is very important that the EHSC is able to respond effectively to emergency situations.
Job Functions:
Implementation, administration, and enforcement of plant-wide safety, health, and environmental programs.
Champion the training program.
Keep abreast of new EHS developments through attending courses and maintaining contact with other EHS professionals and regulatory agencies.
Promote personal development and awareness of EHS issues and concerns in all plant personnel.
60% of the time be out in the plant
Develop a strong and reputable relationship with both management employees
Be perceived as a Subject Matter Expert
Represent the plant as the radiation safety officer (RSO)
Bachelors' Degree in Environmental Science, Safety, Business or related field of study
Organization ? Needs to address projects in a logical manner and be methodical in approaching issues that are complex; Pose the ability to handle several different projects or requests with a plan and structure while still keeping them as individual requirements.
Communication ? Needs to demonstrate good verbal skills and be able to speak to all levels of the plant organization; Ability to write clear and concise reports and documents with logical and understandable language that speaks to the message that the writer is trying to deliver.
Cooperation ? Have the ability to work well with all levels of employees in the organization and be flexible when decisions are made contrary to personal views.
Problem Analysis & Creativity ? Need to be able to identify EHS problems, secure relevant information, identify possible causes, and suggest possible solutions; will need to have the ability to develop new and unique approaches to existing or traditional situations.
EHS Regulations and Policies ? Knowledge of company policies and government regulations pertaining to EHS issues.
Training Programs ? Familiarity with the types of materials and instruction that is available to support EHS programs.
Industry Requirements ? Knowledge of the plant processes, equipment, positions, and generally accepted industrial practices.
Assist, train and educate plant management and employees to develop, maintain, and ensure cooperation and understanding of good environmental, safety, and health practices.
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