Health, Safety & Environmental Engineer
Provides HS&E assistance, training, and resources to customers, associates, legal, engineering, and management. Works closely together with operations and facility managers to actively identify, control, minimize, mitigate and/or remove risks in site’s day-to-day operations.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Works closely together with Tech Centers, operations, and facility managers to actively identify, control, minimize, mitigate and/or remove risks in site’s day-to-day operations.
- Participates in and facilitate HS&E audits, front-end process engineering events focusing on risk assessment, evaluation of new processes, and review of facility layouts for potential HS&E issues.
- Manage all site safety programs including PPE, Industrial Vehicles, LOTO, Machine guarding, GHS, etc.
- Manage all safety incidences, investigations, and incident corrective actions • Lead and train Emergency Response Team
- Conduct routine area safety audits with Prototype Supervision team.
- Site representative for any state or federal agency audits including: BATF&E, OSHA, EPA, and UDAQ
- Ensure compliance with to all BATF&E regulations with all on-site explosive storage magazines and corresponding regulations.
- Manage and input all workplace injury claims, working with WC insurance representative and health clinic Occupational Nurse.
- Determines OSHA recordability and maintains the facility’s OSHA required documents, i.e. 300, 300A and 301
- Responsible for managing the facility’s Workers Compensation, Return to Work and Modified Duty programs.
- Manage all industrial hygiene activities including but not limited to air, noise, hazardous material sampling, Safety Data Sheet (SDS) review and PPE assessments, etc. Assists with Industrial Hygiene Sampling.
- Ensure facility compliance to hot work permitting and communication.
- Conduct safety related trainings, including new hire safety orientation.
- Conduct weekly eyewash station checks and PIV checklist surveys.
- Conduct any Operating Safety Committee (OSC) meetings for new process/material implementation or changes.
- Conducts hazards and risk assessments (HRA’s), machine guarding, ergonomic and other assessments to make recommendations for corrective actions to control and/or mitigate risk.
- Conduct ergonomic assessments in high-risk areas as needed.
- Work in correlation with Auburn Hills Tech Center (ATC) Safety personnel to ensure standardized work and corrective actions.
- Conduct Operational Readiness Inspections (ORIs) for new equipment and/or processes installations.
- Develops customized HS&E communications for the facility (e.g., Newsletters, Safety Topic, Safety Alerts, etc.).
- Serves as Health and Safety Management System (HSMS) Coordinator.
- Implement corrective actions to facility risk management audit findings.
- Participate in the facility staff meetings to ensure safety communication to site leadership.
- Conduct radiation leak surveys for x-ray equipment.
- Perform off-line testing of process equipment to ensure explosive safety functionality.
- Communicate all Significant Events to all Autoliv sites globally to ensure corrective action implementation.
- Manage and handle the storage, packaging, and shipments for all recycle scrap and hazard waste shipments for the facility.
- Obtain annual hazardous waste management certification.
- Lead the ISO14001 EMS team as the site EMS representative.
- Manage all waste profiles meet requirements with DOT and the TSDF
- Manage and conduct environmental sustainability efforts to reduce overall carbon emissions.
- Track facility energy usage and report all numbers.
- Manage and conduct all environmental permitting and inspections including stormwater, and SPCC, and RCRA items.
Education, Experience & Job Requirements:
- Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Safety, Health, and Environment (OSH&E), Occupational Health or Safety, Health and Safety Management, Environmental Health and Safety or Occupational Safety, Hygiene and Environmental Control.
- Minimum of 5 years in role as an HSE professional in a technical environment.
- Ability to work on multiple projects and collaborate with various levels of operating to identify and mitigate actual or potential safety risks.
- Able to work closely with other operational personnel to solve problems, improve operations and achieve 100% compliance.
- Ability to effectively lead and participate in a team environment.
- Proven excellent interpersonal and analytical communication skills both written and verbal.
- Ability to collaborate effectively with the line organization to drive accountability for safety and zero incident mentality.
- Proven excellent organization and time management skills.
- Experience reviewing and interpreting industry regulations, regulatory requirements and developing facility strategies to support personnel safety and compliance.
- Knowledge of national, state, and local HSE regulations and HSE management Systems.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
- Attractive compensation package
- Flexible Options (schedule, etc)
- Recognition awards, company events, family events, university discount options and many more perks.
- Gender Pay Equality
Autoliv is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Autoliv does not discriminate in any aspect of employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, gender identify and/or expression, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local employment discrimination laws where Autoliv does business.