Orlando, United States
over 1 year ago
The EHS Manager in Projects position acts as an adviser to the Project Manager in Health, Safety and Environment matters. He/she also ensures that members of the environment and safety organization at the construction site fulfill their HSE Plan assignments. The EHS Manager in Projects is a member of the Onshore North America Quality Management & Health, Safety, and Environment Department (ON AM NA QM&HSE) and reports to the Onshore North America HSE Manager and will have no reports.
The functions of this position are to coordinate and implement the HSE Plan at the project site, and to supervise work on-site to ensure that it conforms to the approved procedures and legal requirements. The EMiP is also responsible for the procurement, staffing/scheduling, and day-to-day functioning of On-site HSE Officers and Inspectors on project sites.
- Establish the HSE Plan/Emergency Response Plan/Hazardous Materials Plan for each Project Site in accordance to the HSE Management system. Support the Project Management organization in planning and securing HSE targets and objectives.
- Provide oversight and support to the HSE Site Advisors and ensure their duties are accomplished.
- Identify HSE related aspects and legal requirements for Projects and ensure they are maintained in a current state.
- Gather all AM ON labor hours to calculate the Americas KPIs.
- Establish, track, and communicate HSE targets through the Project Score Cards for all projects.
- Advise - and where applicable - train site personnel in HSE matters as needed.
- Conduct project site stand downs and discussions as well as project site assessments; monitor elimination of deficiencies.
- Manage the site HSE observation programs to increase the Proactive/Reactive rates
- Assist in the accident investigation process and initiate root cause analysis per established procedures.
- Plan (conduct / participate as needed) in HSE related inspections, assessments, audits, reviews. Participate in status meetings. Ensure implementation of improvement measures.
- Ensure all cases in SPHERA incident reporting system are classified correctly; risk categorized properly, corrective action implemented and investigated when required.
- Ensure investigations are conducted and completed, including proper hand over of corrective actions to action owners and ensure they are tracked till closure and verify elimination of root causes. Ensure lessons learned are developed as appropriate.
- Manage and ensure compliance to the SGRE LOTO / Energy Isolation process
- Ensure a process / training is in place to manage compliance with Dangerous goods requirements.
- Ensure risk assessments and safety alerts and awareness are communicated to applicable projects
- Support specific Site Induction development for each project
- Coordinate emergency response and drills for site
- Travel to project sites at various phases of the project for various functions (site training, customer meeting, 3rd party audit, fill-in for as Site HSE officers as needed)
Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
- Bachelors degree or equivalent experience in industrial hygiene, occupational safety, environmental science, or a related discipline
- Six or years more years experience in EHS
- Knowledge in EHS management principles, regulations and standards
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
- Demonstrate computer fluency with MS Office and basic computer hardware and interfaces
- Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out written or verbal instructions.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, team orientated, and ability to deal with a wide variety of personalities and communication styles.
- Ability to support project teams and work with subcontractor personnel.
- Thorough knowledge of OSHA Construction regulations and Occupational Safety programs (Fall protection, LOTO, confined space, respiratory protection, electrical safety, etc.)
- Experience in implementing and Defining LOTO operations
- Knowledge of incident and accident investigation and deep dive root cause analysis techniques and methodology.
- Performance of the duties of EHS Manager in Projects may require the physical ability to climb wind turbine ladders of 300 ft., temporary stairs and frequently walking on a variety of surfaces during varying weather conditions. Ability to performing occasional manual lift 35 lbs.
Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
- Bachelors degree in Occupational Health and Safety or Engineering related discipline
- OSHA 30 Construction
- OSHA 510 Construction
- OSHAS 18001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001
- CHST or CSP
- 4 years of experience in Wind Power Industry
- Global Wind Organization - GWO training (Basic Rescue/Work at Height, Manual Handling, Fire Awareness, First Aid/AED)
- Root Cause Analysis (TapRoot, Apollo, Reasons, FMEA, 8D, 6 Sigma)