EHS Manager

EHS Manager

Are you searching for a job as an EHS Manager in Ann Arbor? Do you need a position that involves directing a program’s tactical and strategic direction for a non-union automotive stamping facility? This role will include leading the improvement of health and safety processes at the site, including developing and implementing safety systems and programs, conducting audits, providing training, investigating accidents, managing workers’ compensation, coordinating emergency responses, and other related activities.

EHS Manager Ann Arbor

The EHS Manager provides leadership and compliance established involving EHS best practices and local/federal regulations.

EHS Manager Job Description

The EHS (Environmental, Health, and Safety) Manager is responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing comprehensive programs that ensure a safe and environmentally compliant workplace. This role involves managing various aspects of occupational health and safety, environmental protection, and regulatory compliance within an organization. The EHS Manager is crucial in minimizing risks, promoting a safety culture, and ensuring adherence to local, state, and federal regulations.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. **Safety Compliance: **
  • Develop, implement, and continuously improve safety policies, procedures, and programs.
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant safety regulations and standards, such as OSHA, EPA, and other applicable regulatory bodies.
  • Conduct regular safety audits and inspections to identify hazards and ensure corrective actions are taken.
  1. **Environmental Compliance: **
  • Monitor and ensure compliance with environmental regulations, permits, and reporting requirements.
  • Develop and execute strategies to minimize the organization’s environmental impact and promote sustainable practices.
  • Oversee waste management and recycling programs.
  1. **Risk Assessment and Management: **
  • Identify potential workplace hazards and assess associated risks.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to develop and implement risk mitigation strategies.
  • Establish emergency response plans and conduct drills to ensure preparedness.
  1. **Training and Education: **
  • Provide EHS training to employees, contractors, and visitors to raise awareness and promote safe practices.
  • Develop and deliver training materials, workshops, and safety communication initiatives.
  1. **Incident Investigation and Reporting: **
  • Lead investigations into accidents, incidents, and near misses to determine root causes and prevent recurrence.
  • Compile and maintain accurate records of incidents, injuries, and safety-related data.
  • Prepare and submit regulatory reports as required.
  1. **EHS Culture Promotion: **
  • Foster a culture of safety and environmental responsibility throughout the organization.
  • Engage employees at all levels to participate in safety initiatives and provide feedback.
  1. **Regulatory Liaison: **
  • Serve as the main point of contact for regulatory agencies regarding EHS matters.
  • Stay current with evolving regulations and industry best practices to ensure compliance.
  1. **Program Development: **
  • Develop and implement EHS management systems, ensuring continuous improvement.
  • Set performance metrics and track progress toward EHS goals.
  1. **Collaboration and Communication: **
  • Collaborate with various departments, including operations, HR, and facilities, to integrate EHS practices into daily operations.
  • Communicate EHS updates, initiatives, and requirements to all relevant stakeholders.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, Occupational Health and Safety, Industrial Engineering, or a related field (advanced degree preferred) or equivalent experience.
  • Relevant certifications such as Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) are a plus.
  • Proven experience in EHS management, preferably in a managerial or leadership capacity.
  • Strong knowledge of local, state, and federal EHS regulations.
  • Excellent communication, leadership, and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to influence and engage employees at all levels.
  • Proficiency in data analysis and reporting.
  • Strong organizational and project management skills.

The role of an EHS Manager is critical to creating a safe, compliant, and sustainable work environment. This description provides an overview of the key responsibilities and qualifications associated with the position.

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This position will lead the tactical and strategic direction of the program for a non-union automotive stamping facility. Responsible for providing leadership and compliance established involving EHS best practices and local/federal regulations. Lead the continuous improvement of the health & safety process for the site. Develop and implement safety systems and programs, audits, training, accident investigations, workers’ compensation, emergency response, and related activities.

Metric-driven approach with the ability to use that data to deliver positive results and continue growing to higher levels within safety. Strong project management and time management skills are required!

EHS Manager Compensation

  • Total compensation range:  $85,000.00 to $105,000.00
  • Full Benefits
  • Relocation Assistance is available

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