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Redlands, California
United States
Job Categories:
EH&S Corporate Director/Manager
Construction Safety
Safety Corporate Director/Manager
Industry Segments:
Construction /Architecture
Experience level:
11-15 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree

Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) Director

The Director, Health, Safety & Environment (HSE), Water Resources is responsible for providing functional leadership and expertise to the Water Resources Division as well as providing technical advice and recommendations across Layne.  The Director will ensure proper implementation and management of the Water Resources Division’s HSE systems, processes, policies and tools. The Director HSE will work with senior divisional leadership, corporate leadership, and safety coordinators to recommend and implement corporate and divisional safety policies.  The Director HSE will ensure divisional leadership is aware of safety gaps and areas of concern and will provide recommendations for corrective action. Finally, the Director HSE will actively participate in all initiatives within the HSE function to continuously drive a zero incident workplace.

Layne is a global water management, construction and drilling company, providing responsible solutions for water, mineral and energy resources.

Layne operates in more than 70 integrated offices worldwide. Our philosophy of responsible growth guides us in consistently doing the right thing for our people, the environment, our company and the clients we serve every day. We strive to leave the individuals and places we touch better off for their interaction with us, and our culture is embodied in our unwavering commitment to the four core values that define us: Safety, Sustainability, Integrity and Excellence.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Coaches, demonstrates and leads HSE while ensuring alignment with corporate, OSHA, MSHA, EPA laws and guidelines.
  • Leads, manages and supervises assigned HSE Specialist(s).
  • Tracks and trends KPIs; coordinates with management to proactively address gaps.
  • Assists in all aspects of incident investigation; verifying root cause and confirming recommended corrective and preventative actions are adequate to address findings.
  • Performs internal measurement & monitoring site visits.
  • Continuous assessment of HSE Dashboard data to monitor leading and lagging indicators and incident submissions to verity information is complete; provides timely updates and reports to key stakeholders as required.
  • Identifies, recommends and ensures employees receive appropriate training.
  • Works across Divisions and with Corporate on HSE policy development.
  • Ensures all required regulatory and customer reporting is completed accurately, approved and submitted in a timely manner.
  • Drafts division-specific HSE Bulletins, specific policies, procedures and guidelines; stays current on regulatory and customer developments in HSE field.
  • Ensures emergency response systems, policies and procedures are in place to manage emergency situations.
  • Communicates effectively with representatives of regulatory agencies/customers to resolve compliance issues and provide requested information.
  • Extensive travel to field sites required.

Position Qualifications Requirements/Preferences

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Health Safety Environmental field required.
  • Must have 10+ years of HSE professional experience in the construction industry, including 5+ years in a leadership role.
  • Must have working knowledge of HSE Management Systems and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel).
  • Proficient knowledge of OSHA, MSHA, DOT, EPA and other applicable government agencies required.
  • Written and verbal communication skills with the ability to effectively interact with all levels within the company; experience working in a matrix organization preferred.
  • Strong organizational, analytical, problem solving and decision-making skills required.
  • Must have excellent leadership, change management, interpersonal, team-building and influencing skills.
  • Must have the ability to research, analyze, interpret and implement safety/environmental/health regulations, standards, and best practices as they pertain to facilities and operations.


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