EHS&S Manager

Olin Corporation is a leading vertically-integrated global manufacturer of chemical products and a leading U.S. manufacturer of ammunition.  Olin is the world's leading producer or chlor alkali products and Vinyls, the number one supplier of epoxy materials, the number one global seller of membrane caustic soda and chlorinated organics and the number one North American seller of chlorine, bleach and hydrochloric acid.  Winchester's principal manufacturing facilities produce and distribute sporting ammunition, law enforcement ammunition, reloading components, small caliber military ammunition and components and industrial cartridges. Essential Job Functions Working within corporate/division strategies and policy frameworks, designs, proposes and implements health, security, safety, process safety and environmental site action plans, strategies, guidelines and procedures to meet EHS&S requirements supporting short and long-term business needs and consistent with the site Risk Profile Ensures that Guiding Principles of Responsible Care are the basis of the location's EHS&S Management System and that the criteria required of Responsible Care are met Ensures the site ORC (Olin Responsible Care) team provides technical EHS&S expertise and coaching to facilitate broad accountability of the EHS&S process Ensures site compliance with all regulatory EHS&S permits and requirements Drives programs for overall employee engagement in ORC at the site Ensures site ORC continuous improvement, including the consideration of sustainability, energy efficiency and waste minimization Develops department's budget on the basis of operational needs, identifying the resources required to meet such needs Prepares reports in accordance with the company policies and submits by requireddeadlines Prepares governmental reports and participates in representation with outside agencies Maintains knowledge of laws and regulations affecting the organization's operations and works with Division to execute plans to achieve compliance Participates in plant and Division audits and interfaces with internal and external auditors and regulatory and government agency personnel Collaborates with employees and supervisors to identify and correct potential environmental, safety, security and health hazards Ensures robust and pertinent transparency of site EHS&S matters and metrics to  the Site Leadership Team and Division Participates in developing corrective measures and driving actions to completion and sustainment Investigates major accidents or problem areas and recommends future preventive measures Advises management on government regulations relating to Safety, Process Safety, Health, Security and Environmental and recommends necessary action to attain compliance Develops programs for environmental remedial action and leads teams for critical incidents (evaluation of needs, provides communication, etc.) Participates on Plant leadership team and in numerous weekly conference calls and meetings (Management Review, etc.) Responsible for Site Emergency Response Team and Emergency Response Plan Responsible, in conjunction with the Plant leadership team, for training compliance at the location Represents the organization at external local forums and gathers information to inform policy Participates in reviewing and interviewing potential candidates and coordinates with Human Resources and interview team to select the best internal or external candidates for the job Provides direct and/or indirect development and supervision Manages and motivates staff; reviews and assesses performance, develops and builds employee skills, supports their professional development and enables employees to optimize their contribution to the department Minimum Requirements Bachelor's Degree required; safety, technical or management discipline strongly preferred. Master's Degree preferred. Minimum 5 years related Safety, Health, Security and Environmental experience in a manufacturing environment required. Prior chemical industry experience highly preferred. Management experience highly preferred. Ability to offer guidance on all aspects of Safety, Health, Security and Environmental issues Effective leadership skills and demonstrated ability to develop Safety, Health, Security and Environmental staff Strong US regulatory/compliance experience Ability to understand and prioritize initiatives Team player and builder Flexible and adaptable; able to deal with ambiguity Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization, verbally and in writing Behavior-based safety processes knowledge Knowledge of EHS&S regulations including OSHA, EPA, PSM, RMP, DOT, FMSCA and hazardous transportation regulations Emergency response, first aid, fire safety or securityexperience Root Cause facilitator experience a plus Basic computer skills including use of Microsoft Office Products required; SAP preferred Must be able to obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card. Must meet the physical requirements including, but not limited to, climbing stairs and ladders. Degree must be from a school that is accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the Secretary of Education of the U.S. Department of Education This position is not eligible for an expat assignment Olin does not provide any form of sponsorship to applicants not authorized to work in the US. 6234
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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