LF Distribution Holding

  • Health and Safety Coordinator

    Work Location US-NY-Tonawanda
    LF Beauty
  • Specific Responsibilities

    Environmental, Health, & Safety (EHS) Coordinator is responsible for basic management of all safety requirements within the facility. The EHS Coordinator is also responsible for maintaining the Safety training program for all employees.

    • Performs compliance reviews, risk assesments and other EHS assesments supporting management goals, objectives and to maintain an up to date status of compliance.
    • Be the onsite contact for safety issues, audits and supports management during OSHA visits.
    • Perform regular assessments of company programs and propose changes to improve implementation and to sustain compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Update SOP’s where needed.

    • Prepare applicable EHS surveys, testing or reports as requested by management.

    • Implement continual improvement projects to identify and eliminate safety hazards within the plant.

    • Perform Accident or Incident investigations and execute corrective actions throughout the site to eliminate further occurrences.

    • Manage the site training of EHS related programs and SOP’s. Assist where needed in the development and presentation of relevant departmental training.

    • Observe EHS regulations, wears all required safety equipment, encourages safe working practices, corrects obvious hazards immediately or reports them to the proper personnel.

    • Perform daily inspections in all areas of the plant to establish EHS presence and provide support where needed.

    • Perform all EHS inspections and audits as needed. Ensure corrective actions in place for any audit findings.

    • Perform evaluations of PPE and ensure proper use and maintenance of PPE in accordance with established programs.

    • Act as a Spill Coordinator in the event of a chemical spill or reaction.

    • Work with manufacturing on process waste mitigation and removal.

    • Support and develop ergonomic and other job safety programs.

    • Must be willing to work different shifts and weekends.

    • Additional duties as assigned.

    Skills and Requirements

    Bachelors degree in Occupational, Health and Safety or Technical/Engineering degree and relevanct experience required

    5-10 years' expereince in a Environmental Health and Safety role in a manufacturing environment required

    Excellent verbal and written skills, able to write SOP's, reports and EHS analysis



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