• MX Superv EHS 131294

    Job Locations MX-REYNOSA
    Requisition ID
    2018-4592
    # of Positions
    1
  • Description

    JOB TITLE:   EHS SUPERVISOR

     

     

    JOB GRADE:

               13

    JOB CODE:

     

    EXEMPT STATUS:

    exempt

    EEO CODE:        

     

     

    CENSUS CODE/DESCRIPTION:

         

    LOCATION/DEPARTMENT NAME:  

        601 PPC

     

    DEPARTMENT #:  

    601 human resources

     

     

    JOB PURPOSE:

    (Use 2-3 sentences to describe the overall function of the job and/or why the job exists—be specific.)

    Develops, implements, and monitors environmental, health and safety programs within site as appropriate. 

    Recognizes, identifies, evaluates  and controls chemical and physical hazards in the workplace;

    ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations,  trains employees on hazardous waste

    recognition and handling, job hazard identification and minimization, and PPE use.

    Training, education, hazard assessments, implementation of work practice & engineering improvements.

     

     

    JOB DUTIES:

    (Starting with an action word, list the most significant or essential job duties, tasks, and responsibilities, each of which must account for more than 5 percent of the incumbent’s time or is critical to the successful performance of the job.  List in a logical sequence, and explain each one clearly and concisely.  Indicate the percentage of time the incumbent spends on each duty. Total will not add up to 100%.  Use explanatory phrases that tell why, how, where, and how often the duty or task is performed.  Avoid words that are subject to interpretation, such as “great”, “heavy”, and “some.”  Add lines as needed.)

    Major Areas of Responsibility/Tasks/Duties

    % of Time

    Integrates quality at the source thinking and activities in daily, individual, team and project work. (Applies to all job duties 100%)

     

    Utilizes quality/process tools and methodology in daily individual work

    Utilizes quality/process tools and methodology on teams

    Defines and documents individual processes within sphere of control

    Ensures that others are trained as back-ups on (processes) within the area/department

    Improves processes within sphere of control

    Identifies waste and rework and enacts plan to improve/solve

    Checks satisfaction of internal customers through use of quality tools and Customer/Supplier metrics

     

     

     

    Responsible for developing and implementing the company’s environmental, industrial, health and safety programs,

    strategy, and action plans.  Develop plan based on exposure, frequency, severity and historical data. 

    This includes assessing exposures, analyzing trends and data, facilitating overall and team safety goal

    development. 

    Also responsible for establishing program and individual accountability measurements.

    Ensure that associates have the proper training as required by law as well as education on safe work practices,

    proper personal protection including but not limited to orientation of new associates and organizing and

    directing training of safety committees.  This includes working with safety action teams in the facility

    to ensure implementation of the overall safety program.

    Responsible for coordinating environmental report completion with outside counsel (air, water, hazardous waste, etc.).

     

    Conduct audits& inspections to ensure safety practices and procedures are being adhered to as they relate

    to associate actions, machinery and equipment and building and grounds and to recommend corrective action

    where deficiencies are found.

     

    Assume leadership of investigation and analysis of cause and effect of accidents, injuries, illnesses, property

    damage and near misses, communicating findings to management and associates as appropriate to ensure

    preventative measures are taken.

    Forms and manages c Corporate Safety Committee comprised of representatives from each SWF facility. 

    Responsible for ensuring consistency and facilitation of best practice sharing across all locations.

    Remain abreast of federal, state and local laws dealing with Occupational Safety and Health to determine compliance

    needs and act as liaison for company with state, local and federal regulatory agencies.

     

    Analyze incidents and prepare monthly reports.

     

    Co-Chair an effective Central Safety and Health Committee that meets at least monthly to oversee all program activities,

    set goals, establish priorities, and address problems.

     

    In conjunction with Division Training and Development and manufacturing management,

    analyzes the developmental needs of the site

    Assists in the scheduling and planning of supervisory development courses designed to develop established competencies

    for the factory and warehouse supervisors and group leaders.  This will include designing and delivering training programs.

     

    Assists in creating metrics to evaluate effectiveness of development activities.

     

    Participates in the annual budgeting process for safety and medical related costs.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

      20%

     

     

     

     

     

    15%

     

     

     

    15%

     

     

     

    5%

     

     

     

     

    10%

     

     

        5%

     

     

     5%

     

     

     

    5%

     

     

         5%

     

    5%

     

     

     5%

     

     

    5%

     

    1%

     

    SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY:

    (Describe the assets affected, independence/autonomy allowed in making routine decisions, judgment required, number of locations involved, effect the job has on the department’s and/or company’s goals and objectives, and the value the job adds to the company.  Fill in all applicable blanks below.  Add lines as needed.)

    Annual Sales($):

         

    Budgetary Responsibility($):

         

    Inventory Value ($):

         

    Production Volume:

         

     

    Other Scope Data:  (Any other specific items that could help indicate the size, nature, and value of this job.)

         

                                                      

    TITLE(S), GRADE(S), AND NUMBER                                        TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:

    OF JOBS SUPERVISED:                                                 

    N/A

    PPC DIRECTOR MX OPERATIONS

                                                                                          

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

         Minimum Education Required:

     

    BACHELOR DEGREE

         Minimum Job-Related Experience Required:

    Minimum of 3-5 years of training and/or safety related experience required.

     

    PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    (If there are preferred educational and/or job-related experience levels, document them here.  Add lines as needed.)

    Bachelors Degree in Occupational Safety & Health, Safety Engineering a related field or Training/Development or equivalent field experience. 

     

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

    (List all knowledge, skills, and abilities learned through formal training or experience, required to successfully perform this job.  These could include prior job experiences; certifications; licenses; on-the-job training; seminars; and behaviors such as problem-solving abilities, conceptual skills, mechanical aptitudes, artistic talents, human relations skills, etc.  Explain items as necessary.  Add lines as needed.)

         

    Must have the ability to effectively communicate to all levels of employment verbally and in writing. Prior supervisory experience preferred.

    Knowledge in Occupational Safety & Health legal compliance (OSHA, EPA, SEMARNAT, PROFEPA, STPS) among other.

     

     


    Requirements

    JOB TITLE:   EHS SUPERVISOR

     

     

    JOB GRADE:

               13

    JOB CODE:

     

    EXEMPT STATUS:

    exempt

    EEO CODE:        

     

     

    CENSUS CODE/DESCRIPTION:

         

    LOCATION/DEPARTMENT NAME:  

        601 PPC

     

    DEPARTMENT #:  

    601 human resources

     

     

    JOB PURPOSE:

    (Use 2-3 sentences to describe the overall function of the job and/or why the job exists—be specific.)

    Develops, implements, and monitors environmental, health and safety programs within site as appropriate. 

    Recognizes, identifies, evaluates  and controls chemical and physical hazards in the workplace;

    ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations,  trains employees on hazardous waste

    recognition and handling, job hazard identification and minimization, and PPE use.

    Training, education, hazard assessments, implementation of work practice & engineering improvements.

     

     

    JOB DUTIES:

    (Starting with an action word, list the most significant or essential job duties, tasks, and responsibilities, each of which must account for more than 5 percent of the incumbent’s time or is critical to the successful performance of the job.  List in a logical sequence, and explain each one clearly and concisely.  Indicate the percentage of time the incumbent spends on each duty. Total will not add up to 100%.  Use explanatory phrases that tell why, how, where, and how often the duty or task is performed.  Avoid words that are subject to interpretation, such as “great”, “heavy”, and “some.”  Add lines as needed.)

    Major Areas of Responsibility/Tasks/Duties

    % of Time

    Integrates quality at the source thinking and activities in daily, individual, team and project work. (Applies to all job duties 100%)

     

    Utilizes quality/process tools and methodology in daily individual work

    Utilizes quality/process tools and methodology on teams

    Defines and documents individual processes within sphere of control

    Ensures that others are trained as back-ups on (processes) within the area/department

    Improves processes within sphere of control

    Identifies waste and rework and enacts plan to improve/solve

    Checks satisfaction of internal customers through use of quality tools and Customer/Supplier metrics

     

     

     

    Responsible for developing and implementing the company’s environmental, industrial, health and safety programs,

    strategy, and action plans.  Develop plan based on exposure, frequency, severity and historical data. 

    This includes assessing exposures, analyzing trends and data, facilitating overall and team safety goal

    development. 

    Also responsible for establishing program and individual accountability measurements.

    Ensure that associates have the proper training as required by law as well as education on safe work practices,

    proper personal protection including but not limited to orientation of new associates and organizing and

    directing training of safety committees.  This includes working with safety action teams in the facility

    to ensure implementation of the overall safety program.

    Responsible for coordinating environmental report completion with outside counsel (air, water, hazardous waste, etc.).

     

    Conduct audits& inspections to ensure safety practices and procedures are being adhered to as they relate

    to associate actions, machinery and equipment and building and grounds and to recommend corrective action

    where deficiencies are found.

     

    Assume leadership of investigation and analysis of cause and effect of accidents, injuries, illnesses, property

    damage and near misses, communicating findings to management and associates as appropriate to ensure

    preventative measures are taken.

    Forms and manages c Corporate Safety Committee comprised of representatives from each SWF facility. 

    Responsible for ensuring consistency and facilitation of best practice sharing across all locations.

    Remain abreast of federal, state and local laws dealing with Occupational Safety and Health to determine compliance

    needs and act as liaison for company with state, local and federal regulatory agencies.

     

    Analyze incidents and prepare monthly reports.

     

    Co-Chair an effective Central Safety and Health Committee that meets at least monthly to oversee all program activities,

    set goals, establish priorities, and address problems.

     

    In conjunction with Division Training and Development and manufacturing management,

    analyzes the developmental needs of the site

    Assists in the scheduling and planning of supervisory development courses designed to develop established competencies

    for the factory and warehouse supervisors and group leaders.  This will include designing and delivering training programs.

     

    Assists in creating metrics to evaluate effectiveness of development activities.

     

    Participates in the annual budgeting process for safety and medical related costs.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

      20%

     

     

     

     

     

    15%

     

     

     

    15%

     

     

     

    5%

     

     

     

     

    10%

     

     

        5%

     

     

     5%

     

     

     

    5%

     

     

         5%

     

    5%

     

     

     5%

     

     

    5%

     

    1%

     

    SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY:

    (Describe the assets affected, independence/autonomy allowed in making routine decisions, judgment required, number of locations involved, effect the job has on the department’s and/or company’s goals and objectives, and the value the job adds to the company.  Fill in all applicable blanks below.  Add lines as needed.)

    Annual Sales($):

         

    Budgetary Responsibility($):

         

    Inventory Value ($):

         

    Production Volume:

         

     

    Other Scope Data:  (Any other specific items that could help indicate the size, nature, and value of this job.)

         

                                                      

    TITLE(S), GRADE(S), AND NUMBER                                        TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:

    OF JOBS SUPERVISED:                                                 

    N/A

    PPC DIRECTOR MX OPERATIONS

                                                                                          

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

         Minimum Education Required:

     

    BACHELOR DEGREE

         Minimum Job-Related Experience Required:

    Minimum of 3-5 years of training and/or safety related experience required.

     

    PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    (If there are preferred educational and/or job-related experience levels, document them here.  Add lines as needed.)

    Bachelors Degree in Occupational Safety & Health, Safety Engineering a related field or Training/Development or equivalent field experience. 

     

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

    (List all knowledge, skills, and abilities learned through formal training or experience, required to successfully perform this job.  These could include prior job experiences; certifications; licenses; on-the-job training; seminars; and behaviors such as problem-solving abilities, conceptual skills, mechanical aptitudes, artistic talents, human relations skills, etc.  Explain items as necessary.  Add lines as needed.)

         

    Must have the ability to effectively communicate to all levels of employment verbally and in writing. Prior supervisory experience preferred.

    Knowledge in Occupational Safety & Health legal compliance (OSHA, EPA, SEMARNAT, PROFEPA, STPS) among other.

     

     


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