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Health & Safety Manager
Posted on 11/17/2022
INACTIVE
Locations
United States
Experience Level
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Desired Skills
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Requirements
  • A depth of experience in one or more of the following areas: chemical safety, manufacturing, field operations, or process safety. Experience in a manufacturing facility, industrial setting or fabrication shop would be considered an asset
  • A high degree of flexibility and significant EHS program knowledge to support R&D, manufacturing, and field environments (e.g. agricultural operations)
  • Have a proactive, professional and “can do” attitude
  • Desire to wear multiple hats with an organized, efficient working style
  • Passionate about contributing to our mission and growing the company
  • You solve problems with creativity and curiosity
  • You take high ownership of your work from end-to-end
  • You are eager to learn and teach others
  • You readily challenge your assumptions when faced with a difficult problem
  • You collaboratively seek out teammates for feedback and advice
  • You care deeply about our mission & the transition to a greener, more equitable future
Responsibilities
  • Improve or establish EHS programs for all activities related to R&D, pyrolyzer manufacturing, field operations, and general workplace safety. Ensure adequate safeguards exist, including but not limited to: engineering controls, procedures that highlight hazards and safeguards, training and PPE
  • Act as a resource to teammates, including engineers, scientists, fabricators and technicians, when they are considering the use of new chemicals, equipment, or when they are considering a new process, behavior or function. This includes seeking out expert or specialist advice where needed
  • Manage third parties and consultants to support the development and administration of our safety programs and strategies, e.g. industrial hygiene, workplace safety and regulatory compliance
  • Audit R&D activities, manufacturing, and field operations, as needed, to ensure high standards for EHS are being upheld. Act on shortcomings with urgency by driving the necessary improvements with support from Charm teammates and/or third parties. Ensure routine safety tasks and documentation is complete, e.g. a chemical inventory and Safety Data Sheets should remain up to date
  • Lead EHS communication and culture within Charm with vigor and enthusiasm. Seek out engineers and team leads to understand whether EHS programs are remaining relevant and keeping people safe
  • Stay up-to-date on compliance and regulatory changes
Charm Industrial
Carbon removal technology