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Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
Woodland, California
United States
Job Categories:
EH&S Engineer/Specialist: Single site
Industry Segments:
Construction /Architecture, Manufacturing - Miscellaneous
Experience level:
3-5 years
Education level:
Associate Degree

Plant Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Specialist II

Clark Pacific in our Woodland, CA Plant is seeking a talented Environmental Health & Safety Specialist II.  

Maintain and administers new and current safety programs and policies, JHAs and worker’s identification of safety hazards. Consult and verify OSHA standards or company best practices are upheld. Conducts plant safety and environmental audits and inspections; findings reported to the respected plant managers. Provide advice, coaching, guidance, and mentoring to employees on safety initiatives and necessary changes. Triage and follow up with first aids. Train employees on heat related illness, hearing protection, fall protection, hazardous communicationand any other applicable safety training. Instruct subcontractors on plant safety practices. Develop JHAs, SOPs, and OJT. Participate in developing EHS policies and procedures.

Oversee the monthly inspections of: Eyewash stations, fire extinguishers, hand wash stations, first aid stations, AEDs. Oversee quarterly servicing of eye wash stations. Conduct annual audits of LOTO.  Participate in CAPA reviews. Maintain MSDS online SDS information print labels as necessary. Help administer prescription safety eye glass program (Eyelation kiosk). Participate in Safety committee. Help administer the respiratory program (Fit Testing).  Assist with the Silica program.  Instruct foremen how to implement and maintain safety training in there stewardship. Conduct investigations on incidences and accidents: findings reported to the respected plant managers. Review and maintain training documents and recertification requirements. Support field safety staff with documents, research and training. Knowledge of emergency procedures IE: injury, chemical spill, natural disasters, est. Knowledge of plant security, but not required for position.

  • 40%-Training- provide training for employees on equipment,  procedures and JHAS
  • 40%-Safety – Maintain and/or develop new programs and processes. Work with departments to maintain JHAs and On job training
  • 10%-Audits/Inspections
  • 5%-Environmental- Assist with training for environmental compliance
  • 5%-Other Duties – General clerical duties

Job specifications should include all necessary qualifications to perform the full job at an  Acceptable level.

Kind and length of experience: 4 to 7  Years
Specialized Knowledge: Cal/OSHA Regulation,  Microsoft Office

Minimum Knowledge/education/certification/license requirements:
OSHA 30, STS-C, field safety experience

Physical Requirements:
(i.e., extended periods of sitting, bending, stooping, standing, walking or driving; frequency of lifting or carrying heavy objects - note required weight; required communication skills - verbal/auditory):

  • be able to walk on uneven surfaces, climb ladders, and work in the outside elements.

Environmental Factors:
(e.g., ability to work in extreme heat/cold, ability to work at heights over 15 feet, ability to work 3rd shift, travel, ability to work weekends/on-call).

  • Office attire and at times would need to be in field attire

Describe the nature and variety of the most typical and the most complex problems faced

  • Able to resolve day to day safety
  • Provide technical expertise

Identify the types of decisions that this job can typically make on its Own, as well as those that must be referred to a higher level of management. 

What typical decisions does this job have complete authority for making?

  • Changes to internal processes for safety, upgrading files onto drives, and providing input to safety related matters
  • Revising some risk management programs and policies regarding safety.

What typical decisions must be referred to others for approval?  To whom do you refer these decisions? 

  • Safety items that may not be part of the safety dept. oversight.

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