EHS Manager

Provides leadership, direction, education, and overall management of the site?s Loss Control Programs, including Environmental, Safety and Health, Industrial Hygiene, Title V, Security, Auditing, and Hazardous/Solid Waste Management.? Serves as EHS program champion and provides technical regulatory guidance to the site, staff and Sr. management on EHS-related matters.? Provides leadership of key site EHS initiatives and total oversight of EHS regulatory budget and risk management practices. Ensures that programs and management systems are in place to achieve top tier performance in safety metrics, behavioral based safety methods and in key performance measures such as RIR and DART.? Maintains positive working relationships with Regulatory Agency Personnel (EPA, OSHA, DOT, federal, state, and local agencies), and various outside auditors.


  • Administers the facility worker?s compensation claim program, including effectively managing the matured loss for claims; ensuring timely processing of claims, evaluation of injury reports to determine accuracy and completeness, maintains regular contact with insurance claims administrators to discuss all open claims.

  • Assists production departments with their administration of the modified duty program, maintains regular contact with team members regarding worker?s compensation & related issues.

  • Assist in establishing EHS-related objectives and goals for the facility.

  • Schedule and chair the facility safety/health committees. Ensure meetings are effective and that actions agreed to by the members are completed and are effective.

  • Implement behavior based safety; develop safety culture

  • Develop and maintain a written inspection and auditing program for the facility. Ensure that identified action items are completed and that those actions are effective.

  • Coordinate facility emergency response and preparedness and communicate as needed.

  • Serve as an Alternate / Primary Incident / Emergency Commander.? Provide leadership, training and oversight of the site emergency and contingency plans.? Assign key roles and responsibilities as needed and ensure that federal, state, local and Crane Corporate standards are adhered to.

  • Develop, maintain, and communicate the general safety and health rules.

  • Develop and maintain an EHS safety training program, including an annual schedule for all regulatory and plant-specific training. Ensure training is conducted as needed, including EHS orientation for new hires or transferred employees.

  • Assist in the management and use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and PPE Assessments.

  • Assist in the establishment of preventative controls for identified potential hazards.

  • Responsible for conducting Management of Change reviews at the facility to ensure safety issues/concerns are reviewed and addressed for significant changes to operations, including the use of JSA?s (Job Safety Analysis), PSSR (Pre-Safety Startup Review), and JEP (Job Exposure Profiles)

  • Develop and maintain a facility EHS awareness program.

  • Analyze accident causes and any hazards to health & safety to prevent reoccurrence.

  • Responsible for leading the investigation of all accidents and injuries; compiles and submits incident reports as required by Company reporting requirements; ensures effective incident follow-up of investigations, including post-incident re-training.

  • Develop, maintain, and communicate facility procedures to conform to Company and/or local, state and federal rules and regulations.

  • Responsible for the inspection/review of the facility to detect existing or potential hazards, and recommends corrective or preventative measures where needed.

  • Maintains EHS files and records.

  • Develop, implement and/or maintain comprehensive management systems in support of Corporate and plant EHS policies, procedures and programs.? Serve as a site technical resource for EHS programs.

  • Coordinate, monitor, and perform environmental activities needed to ensure compliance with the terms and conditions of permits, certificates, and other approvals issued by a regulatory agency.

  • Prepare and submit reports, permit applications, and other environment submissions to regulatory agencies as required.

  • Implement, manage and/or sustain Industrial Hygiene program.? Provide overall leadership and direction to personnel.? Conduct/Coordinate routine and/or non-routine air monitoring, sound mapping and Job Exposure Profiles.

  • Provide leadership, technical guidance and direction on specific environmental areas of compliance such as deviation management, environmental excellence, Hazardous Waste, and Storm water Management.? Develop and implement procedures for the proper management and disposal of hazardous waste materials.?

  • Coordinate responses to environmental complaints.? Serve as Primary and/or Lead Negotiator for Environmental Regulatory Permit implementation and/or amendments.

  • Provide technical and operational guidance on Title V / NSR Permit amendments and issues.

  • Provide regular reporting and updates to local and corporate company management, identifying state of compliance and status of EHS issues.

  • Assist engineering and maintenance with projects as assigned.

  • Manage and improve site contractor safety management program.? Revise or amend system as needed to be compliant with federal, state and local guidelines.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

  • BS in Chemical or Environmental Engineering or Science preferred; Professional certification preferred (CSP, CHMM, CIH, CPEA)

  • Minimum 10+ years manufacturing industry experience in Health, Environmental and Safety

  • Proven ability to influence actions and mindset in leadership team

  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills

  • Excellent project management skills

  • Demonstrated experience in incident investigation techniques

  • Strong knowledge of MS Office; database management systems is a plus


  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.?

  • Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.?

  • Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.


  • Intermediate computer skills required with proficiency in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.?

  • Must be capable of using packaged software on a computer terminal.

  • Familiarity with SharePoint is preferred.?

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