Location : ZA
Manage overall environmental, health and safety (EHS) programs for multiple facilities within the EMEA Sub-Sahara region.
Ensure regulatory compliance with country, federal, state, and local requirements in all aspects of environment, health and safety.
Work with local EHS staff and provide direction and guidance in EHS practices and compliance.
Work with third party EHS consultants and LOB management in achieving a robust EHS culture.
Evironment Health & Safety (EHS)
Ensure implementation of Global EHS policies, programs, and procedures within the region.
Provide regular review and improvement of existing EHS programs, procedures, and policies.
Ensure compliance with country, federal, state, and local regulations pertaining to environment and occupational health and safety.
Identify risks within the Company’s business operations; develop and implement programs to mitigate.
Identify new and emerging EHS regulatory requirements; implement programs and procedures to ensure compliance.
Ensure adoption of local ergonomics program.
Implement training programs for employees in areas such as environmental compliance, facilities inspections, hazardous material handling, emergency response, hygiene and occupational health and safety,
Provide technical guidance throughout EMEA region in the areas of occupational health, safety and environment.
Provide safety stewardship and oversight for Oracle contractors.
Manage risk management RMRP (BCMP) country compliance.
Assess EHS personnel to ensure solid performance towards team objectives.
Maximize resource utilization and delegation of tasks to support staff.
Offer input on local EHS resource annual performance appraisals.
Create detailed performance improvement plans, as required.
Provide input into the corporate sustainability program via EMEA SEHS Manager
Act as liaison to ensure compliance with the corporate business continuity program; provides ongoing training and guidance.
Create annual EHS budget for region of responsibility.
Review/update budget report and/or quarterly budget variance report for consistency and accuracy of payments.
Provide justification for unbudgeted EHS projects.
Determine project scope, obtains vendor quotes, sets up new suppliers, provides justification to fund purchase orders.
Where contracts are required, collaborate with contracts team to review, negotiate and execute.
Seeks to identify cost savings or more effective purchasing alternatives.
Complete regular activities report according to schedule and format to communicate EHS compliance activities, newly identified EHS risks, progress towards EHS goals, and leading and lagging EHS indicators.
Responsible for regulatory reporting for country, federal, state, and local agencies as required, such as Emergency Planning and Community
Maintain document management system such that documents can be easily retrieved to demonstrate EHS compliance.
Create and update guidelines for posting to EHS portal
Reports quarterly in writing to EMEA SEHS Manager.
Occasional travel required to conduct EHS regulatory compliance audits to evaluate compliance, identify potential hazards, develop job hazard analyses or risk assessments, conduct EHS training and attend EHS regional meetings.
BA/BS in Occupational Health & Safety, Environmental, Health & Safety, Environmental Engineering/Management, Industrial Hygiene, Risk Management, or equivalent and related experience.
Minimum of 5 years experience in related industry.
Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Health and Safety Manager (CSHM), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), or Associate Safety Professional (ASP) certification preferred or equivalent.
Thorough knowledge of regional, country, federal, state, local environment, health and safety regulations, and fire codes.
Ability to research and understand specific code or regulatory language in order to maintain EHS compliance.
Excellent verbal and written skills and ability to interact with employees of all levels, including external customers, and vendors.
Strong stakeholder engagement skills to engage with and influence multiple stakeholders to achieve EHS objectives.
Strong customer service skills.
Comfortable with developing and delivering presentations to employees of all levels.
Experience managing and leading a regional team.
Proficient in Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
Detailed Description and Job Requirements
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