Environmental Health and Safety Specialist III
Posted on 3/22/2024
INACTIVE
AGC Biologics

1,001-5,000 employees

Customized biopharmaceutical production and development services
Company Overview
AGC Biologics stands out as a global leader in the biopharmaceutical Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) sector, offering specialized services for the scale-up and cGMP manufacture of protein-based therapeutics and other complex biologics. The company's proprietary CHEF1™ Expression System for efficient protein production, coupled with its commitment to delivering reliable and compliant drug substances, underscores its technical prowess and competitive edge. With cGMP-compliant facilities across the US, Europe, and Japan, AGC Biologics not only ensures global reach but also fosters strong partnerships with customers, aiding them in accelerating their projects and managing product lifecycle costs.
Biotechnology

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

$613M

Founded

2001

Headquarters

Bothell, Washington

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

4%

1 year growth

9%

2 year growth

21%
Locations
Boulder, CO, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Communications
Management
CategoriesNew
Lab & Research
Environmental Sciences
Requirements
  • Professional EHS certification or the desire to attain certification (CSP) is strongly preferred.
  • Bachelor's Degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Science, Engineering, or related field required.
  • Level III – 5-7 years of EHS experience in a GMP manufacturing or lab environment preferred and EHS experience.
Responsibilities
  • Develop, implement, and execute AGC Biologics EHS policies, procedures, and activities to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations; stay up to date with EHS regulations and revise policies and procedures as appropriate.
  • Manage EHS programs including: emergency response, incident tracking/trending, contractor safety management, confined space, electrical safety, LOTO, fall protection.
  • Manage high-risk EHS site operations regarding hazard communication, LOTO, fall protection, emergency response, incident management, safety management systems, process safety, and contractor safety management.
  • Facilitate and conduct EHS training programs, assist in the administration of the EHS learning management system.
  • Support new chemical inventory management and approval process for SDS management and reporting. Participate in the site waste management programs.
  • Provide EHS oversight and support on construction projects to ensure contractor compliance.
  • Review, analyze and report-out on safety incidents, environmental incidents, and near misses. Conduct Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and implement corrective actions.
  • Lead site GEMBAs and promote the Zero Harm Program. Participate in formal reviews of equipment modifications, new equipment purchases, and changes in site processes to assess potential EHS impacts.
  • Lead and conduct process safety, ergonomics, job hazard assessments. Perform inspections, audits, and drills.
  • Lead site Safety Committee(s) and ERT. Perform industrial hygiene monitoring, personal air sampling, oversee noise monitoring, and recommend controls and process improvements to reduce personnel exposures.
  • Manage process improvements and controls to minimize employee exposures by leading RCAs, Kaizens, FMEAs, Zero Harm Program, project management, continuous improvements, etc.
  • Perform other functions as assigned by EHS Manager.