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Sr. Safety and Health Leader

Competitive salary + Bonus Relo: Yes Our client company is seeking an experienced manager to provide Leadership and team development throughout the plant by developing and maintaining the site's Emergency Action Plan and coordinating with local emergency response teams. You must be willing to: Lead the development of risk assessment methods/systems for anticipating/identifying/evaluating hazards Oversee evaluation/interpretation/compliance with state/federal regulations/permits Provide leadership of Process Hazards Analyses (PHA) for processes involving highly hazardous chemicals Ensure the development/improvement/implementation of safety training systems Manage the Worker's Compensation insurance policy/program Requirements (IF YOU DON'T HAVE THESE, DON'T APPLY) BS in Safety Sciences/Industrial Hygiene/Engineering/Safety 10 or more years of supervisory experience in a Safety & Health leadership role 10 or more years of occupational/process safety experience in an industrial/chemical process/manufacturing environment Experience/working knowledge of OSHA 29 CFR 1910, 1926, PSM/RMP Experience/proficiency in MS Office 365 Our client requests resumes be submitted in Word Doc format, '97-2003, without headers. Please tell us: Where do you currently reside? Will you relocate? Yes/No Are you a US citizen? Yes/No Current salary?/Desired salary? Full Time, Permanent Position Must be authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship needed now or future Edwards Place of Employment is a BBB accredited business
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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