Coordinate with other member of local EHS department.
Serves as the focal point for support and implementation of the corporate EHS programs and software systems.
Provides support of appropriate medical and industrial hygiene related
policies and programs
Support implementation of the Company’s EHS management systems strategy (ISO14001 and 45001)
Serve as a resource for EHS training requirements.
Serve as a technical expert to implement the Corporate EHS online training system
Serve as a technical resource in the coordination of emergency
preparedness on the site.
Work closely with the Regional Safety Manager, Local/Regional
Engineering, site operations and the external insurance firms to effectively identify and manage loss prevention issues
Coordinate with Operations/Engineering personnel work around MOC
Coordinate with Local/Regional Engineering on any facility construction/demolition projects
Supervise EHS consultants and contractors hired to perform EHS services such as EHS legal compliance audit, samples collection, noise measurements, air emissions, industrial hygiene testing, fit testing, etc.
Interact with regulatory agencies during compliance inspections. Responds to written correspondence and inquiries from outside regulatory agencies Analyze and interpret regulatory requirements and permit conditions that apply to QH’s operations (manufacturing locations and chemical management activities) and work closely with plant management to address EHS requirements and concerns.
What’s in it for you?
Opportunity to shape the EHS vision in the European head office.
Competitive pay programs with excellent opportunities in all geographies, essential to attracting and retaining global talent.
Opportunities to see your efforts contribute toward the success of the business. Solving problems and creating value are part of our DNA.
What do we look for?
Relevant EHS Legal qualification basedon location
A minimum of 5 years’ experience in the environmental, health and safety
discipline with a strong focus on environment and safety required. At least 5 years working in a manufacturing environment as an environment and safety professional required.
Advance certification, additional specialized environment and safety education and/or equivalent work experience desired but not required.
Solid technical and regulatory expertise in relevant environmental, health and safety regulatory requirements as well as knowledge of and some implementation experience with applicable industry standards including but not limited to ISO 14001 and ISO 45001, Responsible Care, etc.
Solid technical and regulatory expertise in relevant regional and national product safety/stewardship regulatory requirements and associated management systems and programs
Process risk management best practices
Best practices related to unsafe acts and at risk behaviors
Incident investigation, root cause analysis and corrective action management
Dutch and English language skills; written and spoke
Who are we?
We are the global leader in industrial process fluids, continually improving and innovating so the world’s steel, aluminium, automotive, aircraft, machinery and industrial parts manufacturers can stay ahead in a changing world. Our chemists, engineers and industry experts partner with our customers to continually improve their operations so they can run even more efficiently, even more effectively, whatever comes next.