This opportunity is with a leading mission-critical data center developer / wholesaler / colo provider. This firm provides data center solutions custom-fit to the requirements of their client's mission-critical operational facilities. They provide reliability of mission-critical facilities for many of the world's largest organizations.
Environment Health & Safety Director – Critical Facilities – Portland, OR Openings also in Denver CO / Dallas, TX / Ashburn, VA and Chicago, IL
Implement health and safety standards and principles, policies, and practices including but not limited to; safety management systems, training, risk assessments, assist with industrial hygiene assessments, and applicable safety regulations.
Conduct health and safety audits of live operational data centers and active construction sites to ensure compliance with health and safety requirements as well as life safety requirements
Ensure compliance and implementation of global health and safety programs that exceed regulatory requirements.
Develop and/or review health and safety plans for on-site emergencies, business continuity, and other unique events.
Maintain adequate safety record keeping and data integrity.
Perform data trend analysis to present to cluster leadership to support business and safety initiatives.
Consult and partner with the internal compliance team for interpretations and guidance.
Identify risks and partner with Operations to remediate via the hierarchy of controls.
Daily interactions with our customers delivering health and safety guidance.
Serving as the primary contact for the implementation of the EHS programs.
Being accountable for EHS performance metrics and implementation of annual improvement plans.
Periodically inspecting, auditing, and reviewing safe work practices to ensure compliance with regulations and company policies.
Conduct workplace risk/exposure assessments for various classes of hazards.
Supporting incident investigations and root cause analysis, so that corrective and preventive actions can be identified, communicated globally, and implemented.
Conducting/delivering regulatory training programs to meet EHS requirements.
Monitor, interpret and communicate summaries of standards and regulatory requirements to assure compliance and proactive management of risk.
Analyses safety metrics and communicates results to leadership to drive action and accountability.
Work with leaders, staff, and contractors at all levels to implement effective solutions.
Drive a standardized and harmonized approach across the global portfolio to maximize efficiency and effectiveness.
Present topical information/metrics on a regular basis to site leadership teams.
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental, Health and Safety or a related in science/engineering discipline.
A minimum of 7+ years of progressive experience in EHS is required, with demonstrated knowledge and experience controlling the broad spectrum of risks across multiple sites.
Must have current working knowledge of U.S Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations and standards and other non-regulatory safety standards applicable to the location
Must have current working knowledge of CNESST regulations and standards and other non-regulatory safety standards applicable to the location
Must have current working knowledge of NEBOSH regulations and standards and other non-regulatory safety standards applicable to the location
Qualified candidates can send their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org ( resume at pkaza dot com ) with 14096286 in the subject. After applying, if you have further questions, you may call 973-895-5200 and ask for Iggy. You can also submit via our career portal and also see all of our critical facility openings at: https://www.pkaza.com/jobs/
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Company offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, medical insurance, a 401(k) plan. EEO/AA Employer M/F/D/V
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