|Location: Baltimore, Maryland
||Date Posted: 2/7/2019
|Job Code: 15666
Eurofins MET Laboratories is one of the nation's leading laboratories for the testing and certification of electronic and electrical products. We are a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) and have been serving clients for over 50 years.
Eurofins MET Laboratories is searching for an EHS Manager in Baltimore, MD.
Supports the Business Unit by developing safety and health programs including chemical hygiene, biosafety, potent drug safety, waste management, environmental programs, accident investigation, and emergency response as applicable. Ensures compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
EHS Managers should be in a position of influence with site leadership and have regular engagement with site leadership on EHS matters.
EHS Manager responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Develops site safety and health programs while ensuring compliance with internal, federal, state and local regulations. This includes but is not limited to OSHA, EPA, USDA/CDC, DOT or state equivalent rules.
- Conducts laboratory safety inspections
- Conducts and documents risk assessments for ergonomics, PPE, toxic substances, and permit to work activities.
- Evaluates and controls employee exposure to hazardous substances.
- Performs incident investigations, identifies root cause, recommends CAPA with appropriate follow-up.
- Functions as the site Chemical Hygiene, Biosafety, and/or Radiation Safety Officer as applicable in accordance with Federal or State law.
- Serves as the Fleet Manager for driver and Fleet safety initiatives.
- Manages hazard communication compliance in accordance with 29 CFR, 1910.1450 or 29 CFR 1910.1200 as applicable.
- Develops site specific emergency protocols. This includes but not limited evacuation, spills, medical response, active shooter/workplace violence, fire alarm investigations, and activities regulated by PPC or SPCC rules.
- Leads and participates in site emergency response team activities.
- Oversees and chairs site safety committee meetings.
- Trains and educates employees in safe work practices maintaining compliance with required training programs.
- Oversees characterization and management of regulated wastes.
- Ensures storage locations and satellite accumulation areas are in compliance with applicable regulations and are well kept.
- Inspects collection and storage locations at least weekly.
- Wears and properly uses personal protective Equipment (PPE). This includes respirators, skin, face, hand and foot protection in a multiple number of combinations.
- Participates in NSC training events.
- Seeks and attends relevant training to maintain technical competencies and be an effective safety officer.
- Develop Biosafety programs in accordance with CDC, USDA, NIH, and WHO guidelines as applicable.
- Trains staff on safe microbiological practices, procedures, and proper use of containment equipment. Conducts biosafety inspections.
- Develops emergency plans for accidental release of controlled materials. Advises leaders on lab design and containment. Assess staff training and facility design to ensure all requirements are met for the agents in use.
- Maintains a sufficient level of training to be competent in this role. The Biosafety Officer must have training from an institution of higher learning and/or training from an industry recognized organization for professional development, such as ABSA.
- Maintains a written Radiation safety Plan and well documented source inventory in accordance with NRC or State
- Trains staff on safe handling and containment of radioactive sources. Conducts employee and environmental monitoring as applicable.
- Develops emergency plans for releases of radioactive material.
- Maintains licenses and ensures compliance with all conditions of the site license. Inspects radiation areas for compliance.
- Provides leadership recommendations for facility design, employee training, and other protective measures.
- Manages wastes in the most prudent manner available.
- Maintains an acceptable level of technical competency. Professional development through Harvard's School of Public Health, Radiation Safety Officer for Lab Professionals is the only NSC recommended course for this purpose.
The ideal candidate would possess:
- Safety training will be required to be completed within this role. Any safety certifications or trainings in the field are highly preferred
- Experience working within a fast-paced environment.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Responsive problem solver and action oriented.
Basic Minimum Qualifications:
- High school diploma or equivalent
- 4+ years' related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
- Authorization to work in the United States indefinitely without restriction or sponsorship
Position is full time, Monday-Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm, with overtime as needed. Candidates currently within a commutable distance to Baltimore, MD are encouraged to apply.
As a Eurofins employee, you will become part of a company that has received national recognition as a great place to work. We offer excellent full-time benefits including comprehensive medical coverage, life and disability insurance, 401(k) with company match, paid holidays and vacation, personal days, and dental and vision options.
To learn more about Eurofins, please explore our website www.eurofinsus.com.
Eurofins is a M/F, Disabled, and Veteran Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.
Position Type: Full-Time Permanent
Years of Experience Required:
|Contact Name: Eurofins Scientific, Inc.
|Company: Eurofins Scientific, Inc.