Director of EH&S

MAC Incorporated

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Director of EH&S Vernon, California
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Job Description: EHS Director

Position Description
An Environmental, Health, and Safety Director oversees organizational compliance with local, state, and federal safety 
regulations and industry standards.
The Director protects the employees and environment by inspecting workplaces and 
minimizing/eliminating hazards.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Identify, eliminate and control hazardous conditions that may lead to injury and/or property damage using 
safety standards and best management practices
• Analyze and track results, identify opportunities and implement measures for continuous improvement
• Maintain training and education to remain current on laws impacting their areas of responsibility for compliance 
with industry requirements and Federal, State and Local regulations
• Collaborate with Human Resources, Labor Relations, Employee Relations, Risk Management, Legal, on related 
protocols and incident management
• Design methods for appraising safety conditions in warehouses, factories, or offices
• Develop and deliver EH&S training courses
• Inspects working conditions to ensure all products and activities are compliant with safety guidelines
• Monitor company’s environmental and safety procedures
• Recalls defective and unsafe products and machinery
• Runs emergency drills to gauge employee preparedness 
• Consults with company manager regarding the implementation of new safety procedures
• Addresses any workplace-related health issues and accidents
• Creates and implements standard operating procedures for facility
• Writes and revises company safety handbook
• Updates Training Matrix which includes S.O.P. training records as well as safety training
• Manage department budget

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science, Safety Management, or related field 
• Demonstrates ability to remain calm and cool-headed in the event of an emergency
• CHSP, CHCM, CHFSP, CHMM, CIH, or CSHM certifications desired
• In-depth knowledge of Joint Commission, CA Title 22/24, OSHPD, and CalOSHA
• Exceptional supervisory skills, including hiring, training, performance evaluation, and work flow organization
• Demonstrates broad knowledge of state and federal safety guidelines for the workplace
• Exhibits knowledge of appropriate emergency protocols
• Possesses knowledge of legal repercussions of workplace accidents
• Demonstrates familiarity with job site machinery and products
• Communicates clearly and effectively
• Pays close attention to detail
• Exhibits strong organizational skills
• Possesses solid problem-solving and analytical abilities
• Proficient in the use of word processing programs
• Works well with a team

Job Position: EHS Director
• Possesses strong writing skills
Work Environment
• Time will be spent on the job site monitoring conditions and inspecting products
• Time will also be spent in an office setting processing paperwork
• Job site may be hazardous or pose serious threats in emergency situations
• Proper safety gear must be worn at all times

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by 
employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all 
responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified

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