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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
  • Experienced trainer and facilitator
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