Senior Director Environmental Health and Safety

Company Name:
Fox Resources LLC
American Standard
Senior Director of Environmental, Health and Safety
Piscataway, NJ
Reporting to VP of Operations

Description
This position is responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable federal state and local environmental health and safety laws standards regulations and requirements for the Operations in the US, Mexico & Canada. The Senior Director of EHS develops necessary programs procedures and policies for compliance and loss prevention so as to ensure losses and risk to the Operations are minimized.
oDevelops and implements environmental health & safety compliance programs and policies as well as coordinate and/or deliver training for all Operations facilities and their applicable staff.
oProvides technical direction and guidance to plant managers and all facility-level EHS staff and other key staff regarding compliance for all workplace conditions/hazards as well as all air water and waste requirements and regulations that apply to their facilities/operations.
oMeasures, analyzes, evaluates, reports and communicates loss control and accident information to senior management.
oDevelops and implements accident prevention and loss control methods and programs at Operations facilities to improve safety performance.
oDirects all environmental permitting activities; including program permits (surface, groundwater and storm water and air use permits). Prepare and file all necessary environmental reports for facilities including reports air pollution, wastewater, hazardous waste reports and other state-required reports.
oDirects all relationships and communications with OSHAs. Negotiates all enforcement actions notices of violation informal settlement agreements administrative orders and permit agreements with local state and federal governmental environmental agencies.
oRepresents the company on all contested OSHAS citation matters. Identifies develops and implements economically feasible solutions to environmental health & safety issues/problems for the manufacturing facilities.
oCoordinates loss control programs, risk engineering and fire protection planning for Operations facilities and with the company's insurance providers.
oAssess the impact of environmental health & safety laws and regulations as they affect the company and its operations.
oTrack regulations as they develop.
oFormulate and implement policies procedures and programs for compliance. Directs environmental due diligence for mergers and acquisitions joint ventures divestitures site expansions and/or redevelopments.
oConducts environmental site assessments with environmental engineering consultants (Phase I & II).
oAdvises senior management on the compliance status costs and technical improvements needed to achieve compliance.
oNegotiates satisfactory environmental protections and terms in real estate transaction and purchase agreements.
oManages all hazardous and solid waste activities for the company including the approval and auditing of all Treatment Storage and Disposal facilities.
oDevelops and implements facility-level environmental health & safety auditing and/or inspection programs for all Operations facilities.
oContracts with appropriate environmental health & safety analyst hygienists, consultants, engineers and suppliers and direct their activities related to the environmental health & safety needs of Operations.
oDirects the activities of outside and in-house attorneys representing the company to ensure adequate legal advice is provided to the company regarding environmental health & safety matters.
oProvides senior management with summary briefings and strategic guidance on the company's liability exposures as a potentially responsible party (PRP) in relation to such sites.
oParticipates in appropriate trade associations to promote the company's position in a prominent manner.
oProvides assistance with the company's participation in regulatory rulemaking and negotiation processes through such associations where such efforts involve and/or affect the company's products and manufacturing processes.
oManages trains and develops subordinates ensuring a high level of technical proficiency.
oResponsible to conduct and ensure his subordinates conducting themselves in a manner consistent with company mission, values, code of ethics, policies and other standards of conduct.
Qualifications
Education: Engineering - Safety & Health Certifications or equivalent experience preferred.
Years of Related Experience: 8-10 years related experience.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
oAbility to read, analyze and interpret scientific and technical journals, financial reports, governmental regulations, laws and legal documents.
oAbility to comprehend highly technical biological, chemical, physical, engineering and other such information.
oAbility to define problems collects data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions (sound understanding of the scientific method).
oPossess advanced mathematical and statistical skills and abilities.
oGood communication skills including a high level of competency in writing and speaking skills in English and Spanish



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