Safety Engineer III - (E3)

General Profile & Requirements:
Sr. Safety Engineering for the Applied Materials' RD&E and manufacturing operations in Gloucester, MA.
Position will report to the Manager of EHS responsible for operations in Gloucester, MA. Position will work closely with site management in RD&E and manufacturing and other EHS staff to drive EHS programs, ensure regulatory compliance and promote continuous improvement.
Requires in-depth knowledge and experience. Uses best practices and knowledge of internal or external business issues to improve products or services. Solves complex problems; takes a new perspective using existing solutions. Works independently, receives minimal guidance. Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience.
Manage consultants/contractors used to support the EHS programs including development of scopes of work, project management and budget management. Ensures that all work is assigned appropriately and that results are obtained and evaluated.
Knowledgeable in Equipment Safety, Chemical Safety, Lab Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental and Facilities/Industrial Safety
Ensure EHS programs and management systems in place and effective to minimize the risks to employees, the environment and the community. Some of the Key EHS programs for the site include:
Arsenic Program
Respiratory Protection Program
Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)
Chemical Authorization Program
Management of Change (MoC)
Confined Space
Fall Protection
Powered Industrial Vehicles
Hazardous Materials Management Program
Hazardous Waste Management
Air Emissions and Permitting management (i.e. BAAQMD)
Waste Water Permitting and Storm Water Programs
Job Hazard Analysis
Project Workplans/Pre-Task Plans
Ensures compliance with required EHS codes, standards and regulations. Act as a liaison with local, regional or federal regulatory authorities.
Ensures proper investigations of Safety and Environmental incidents conducted for EH&S events and drive corrective actions to closure. Experienced in root cause analysis methods including: 8D, Haz-Op, FMEA, PHA and other investigation and assessment methods.
Review and report Safety progress and performance for assigned site/function based on established EH&S metrics to site management.
Develop EHS strategies and lead team members to develop action plans for continually improving performance and customer satisfaction.
Ensures that specific projects assigned are completed as planned to meet EH&S goals. Provides management with updates and escalation on projects/programs. Maintain communication channel with site/location functions.
Track and trend EHS related legislation and take appropriate action to comply with requirements. Communicates EH&S issues to all necessary management and employees.
Remains knowledgeable of progress made in Safety and Environmental technology. Ensures that applicable advances in technology are incorporated within Applied.
Interfaces with internal and external customers regarding EHS issues
Provide technical guidance on EHS issues to the site manufacturing and engineering organizations and contribute to the development of site-wide EH&S standards and procedures.
Computer use and applications skills required, including MS Word, MS Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat. AutoCAD experience is a plus, but not required.
Ability to respond to emergencies nights/weekends on occasion as required and occasionally work off shift to support the facility's 24/7 operational needs.
Education
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Science or Environmental Health and Safety related program
Experience
4 ? 7 Years in EHS discipline, preferably in manufacturing/mechanical industry.
HAZMAT Emergency Response experience desired
Experience working in and influencing a diverse workforce.



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