Environmental Safety & Health Manager - 39224
Posted: July 9th | Open Until: August 9th | Location: Ketchikan, AK
About Alaska Ship and Drydock
As Alaskans, we have firsthand experience with the challenging conditions that vessels and crews encounter. We depend on those who sail to transport our supplies and our friends and families. Knowledge of vessels and the harsh conditions of our long coastline and maritime communities gives us an exceptional commitment to quality ship repair and construction. To that end, we continually increase our skills and capabilities for ship repair, new vessel construction and large fabrication projects.
Under the general guidance and supervision of operational managers, this role ensures a safe and compliant work environment through review, oversight and enforcement of Alaska Ship & Drydock and all other applicable regulations and directives with regard to Hazardous Material Management, Safety and Environmental Protection. Program design, goals and objectives for this role are established by the Company’s Safety and Environmental departments. As a result this position maintains a strong dotted line relationship to both of those departments.
(This is not an all inclusive list of the regular job duties. Other responsibilities within the accepted job scope will apply.)
1. Provide regular feedback to the management team regarding the organization’s overall performance on safety and environmental goals and related compliance. To include providing recommendations for improvement, and program modifications that will help improve employee safety and health.
2. Recommend appropriate corrective measures which may include one on one employee coaching/counseling, formal corrective action, or shutting down work being performed to assure employee safety and health.
3. Interfaces with appropriate regulatory agencies as required. (OSHA)
4. Supervises the work of outside vendors as necessary to assure deliverables are being met.
5. Conduct and document the daily Fire & Housekeeping inspections of work being accomplished on Vessels.
6. Promote the Alaska Ship & Drydock’s Safety Strategy through awareness and support to achieve the objectives and goals set in the strategy.
7. Coordinate and record Shipyard Competent Person duties.
8. Coordinate asbestos abatement activities as needed.
9. Coordinate inspections required by a Certified Marine Chemist.
10. Coordinate & Identify impacts of hazardous materials, recyclables and generation of waste disposal from preliminary work items.
11. Coordinate paint sample collection and submittal as required.
12. Compile and maintain Contractors Hazardous Materials Information Sheets (CHMI), Waste Information Sheets (WIS), and MSDS files and paint and asbestos sampling analysis.
13. Establish and conduct compliance inspections of ASD Hazardous Materials Lockers.
14. Communicate and conduct daily job box training with project employees to raise Environmental, Safety, and Health issues to the appropriate levels to maintain focus on obtaining the goals of the company safety strategy.
15. Develop and administer Hazardous Material Handling training for all employees to be given during new employee safety orientation training and bi-annual refresher training to current employees, updating training presentations and ensuring employee training records are updated accordingly.
16. Conduct and record respirator fit testing and annual refreshers, annual Fire Watch Training.
17. Continually monitors existing equipment, ensure calibration is current and makes recommendations for modification and or replacement.
18. Aggressively review Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) information from Alaska Ship & Drydock and its subcontractors.
19. Maintain all records and manifests required for compliance with local, state or federal regulations pertaining to safety and environmental areas.
20. Conduct and document weekly all hands safety meetings.
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