Title: Environmental Health & Safety Specialist II Position Summary: Focus on ensuring a safe workplace is being provided. Manage Safety Systems and provide leadership for the identification and correction of workplace safety risks and environmental impact through the analysis of work processes, materials, equipment and the work habits of employees. Provide evaluation of solutions, residual risk and prioritized management action. Identify potential or actual areas of non-compliance through assessments or GEMBA walks. Ensure appropriate corrective and preventive action is taken to address identified concerns. Provide leadership through the active management and effective prioritization of EHS activities. Facilitate observation based safety program. The candidate will develop, implement and improve written environmental, health and safety programs based on OSHA and EPA regulations, Thermo Fisher Scientific corporate standards, and best management practice.
- Facilitate root cause determination, complete accident investigations and implementation of corrective action activities.
- Interface with Human Resources and health care professionals regarding return to work programs, managing injuries and workman's compensation claims.
- Facilitate and grow the site observation based safety program.
- Complete job safety and ergonomic analysis, make recommendations and work with management to implement changes when necessary.
- Develop, review and update specific environmental and safety programs.
- Evaluate new hazardous materials to ensure compliance in EHS requirements and facility procedures.
- Conduct EHS reviews for new product development, facility modification, product manufacturing modifications and new equipment/machinery installations.
- Develop and deliver EHS training programs.
- Advise on hazard communication and SDS programs.
- Participate in organization response group and evacuation planning.
- Develop programs and assist with Industrial Hygiene sample collection and education awareness.
- Perform all job duties in a safe manner and obeys all safety policies and procedures
- Perform all job duties consistent with the Code of Ethics and the 4-I values
- Perform all job duties within ISO standards, regulatory or statutory requirements
- Perform other duties and cross training as assigned
- 2+ years of experience in safety or environmental field in a manufacturing environment.
- Obtain solutions through independent analysis.
- Experience in local, state and federal environmental, health and safety regulatory compliance.
- Good technical and project management skills with the ability to successfully manage multiple projects and daily responsibilities.
- Ability to make decisions and work independently and as part of a team.
- Good verbal communication skills and strong interpersonal skills.
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
- Self-motivated with the ability to develop and foster creative and innovative solutions.
- Ability to interact with all levels of employees.
- Ability to discern and appropriately communicate sensitive issues.
- Normally receives no instruction on routine work and general instructions on new assignments.
- Physical demand lifting 30 to 50 pounds.
- Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution in a technical field (chemistry, biology, environmental, safety, etc.) with training in core Environmental, Health and Safety disciplines is preferred.
- OSHA 30 hr course or equivalent.
- Experience working at an ISO 9001 facility.
- Experience with OSHA Voluntary Protection Program (VPP)
- CSP (Certified Safety Professional) is a plus.
- Stronger focus on safety than environmental.
- Experience with behavior based safety programs is a plus.
This position has not been approved for relocation assistance. Thermo Fisher Scientific's Instrument & Enterprise Services Division Internship position provides an opportunity for graduate-level Finance students to get hands-on experience in a faced-paced service organization. The finance intern will contribute to the projects associated with preliminary AOP 2021 and month-end closing activities along with other special projects.
- Review and identify opportunities to streamline the MBR & AOP process, specifically around gathering of information from multiple functions within the IES Division and consolidating for regional and divisional purposes.
- Support month end close activities for the Global and North America IES Finance teams. * Utilize PPI (Practical Process Improvement) to identify and streamline monthly reporting activities. Identify reports not utilized and waste to create capacity within the team.
- Advanced Excel and Powerpoint skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Perform tasks independently with minimal guidance
- Quantitative and analytical capabilities
- Must be able to work well under pressure, handling multiple tasks in a complex environment with strong written, oral communication and interpersonal skills.
- The successful candidate is bright, personable, highly ethical, and thrives in a collaborative environment.
- Believes in and demands accountability.
- High level of energy and intensity; can bring a passion to excel.
- He/she has excellent, open, and proactive communication capabilities, identifying and addressing issues via an open, candid dialog.
- Able to energize and influence a wide spectrum of people, including senior financial and operational professionals.
- Assertive, yet collaborative in approach.
- Possess a strong set of personal and business values that coincide with those of the 4I's (Integrity, Intensity, Innovation & Involvement)
- MS degree in Finance from accredited institution.