Holtec International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For applicable non-exempt positions, benefits include but are not limited to health and dental insurance, 401K retirement plan and tuition reimbursement.
Holtec International is a diversified energy technology company with its Corporate Technology Center located in Camden, New Jersey in the South Jersey region of the Philadelphia metropolitan area. The Company’s corporate headquarters is located on the Southern Coast of Florida in Jupiter, FL. The company also maintains several operations centers around the world, including major bases of operation in Turtle Creek (Pennsylvania), Kiev (Ukraine), and Pune (India). SMR LLC, a subsidiary of Holtec International, is located at the Corporate Technology Center in Camden, New Jersey.
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EHS Specialist Position
Primary Job Responsibilities:
Develop, implement and continually improve EH&S processes and programs.
Develop technical documents including safety bulletins, policies and procedures; stays current on regulatory and customer EHS requirements; develops site specific EHS plans or bridging documents as required.
Use Access to update and maintain a comprehensive database for all accident, inspection, and safety observation reports; use excel to graph and analyze statistical data to evaluate leading and lagging indicators; and help management in making informed decisions.
Participate in toolbox talks; accompany supervisors during site visits to identify and correct potential hazardous conditions; interface with customers and employees to promote an organizational culture that support safe work practices.
Perform job safety and job hazard analysis; brief Management, recommend control measures and personal protective equipment (PPE) specific to each task.
Conduct EHS surveillances, inspections, and routine surveys; develop reports, track corrective actions, and use key indicators to monitor trends.
Investigate accident and near miss incidents; facilitate the incident review process to determine root cause; assist supervisors in preparing injury and loss control reports; recommend corrective and preventative measures; follow-up to ensure all corrective actions are in place and working.
Interface with union and non-union craft, management, and client representatives.
Advise site management and serve as a resource for the technical interpretation of EHS regulations, company and client policies and procedures.
Develop and deliver job specific training to managers, employees and clients to include OSHA 10 and 30-hour safety training, supervisory safety development, new employee orientation, and human performance training.
Prepare and maintain EHS files and records to include incident reports, OSHA logs, safety surveillance reports, and site service metrics.
Training and Experience:
BS in Occupational Safety and Environmental Health from an accredited college or university.
5+ years’ experience in general industry (construction and nuclear plant experience a plus).
Knowledgeable in OSHA 1910 and 1926, EPA, (Cal-OSHA a plus)
Willing to travel up to 40-50% (normally home on weekends).
Must have flexibility to work extended hours and an occasional Saturday or Sunday as needed.
Must be able to work independently, with limited supervision while abiding by company guidelines. Strong self-initiative.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Ability to gain access to a Nuclear Power Plant.
Previous experience working with direct-hire Union Trades