Additionally, the position will provide training programs to the refrigeration department staff, and perhaps others, on primarily maintenance issues including Mechanical integrity, and will also need to understand interpretations of construction and safety codes as related to operating an ammonia system in a safe and efficient manner. will also work with the safety department to help audit the contractor safety evaluations as required by 29CFR 1910.119.
Maintain a compliant PSM & RMP program at the facility
Participate in ammonia system operations as necessary
Develop, or assist in developing, organize, schedule and conduct training programs for the refrigeration system, haz mat team, and confined space entry and rescue team. Develop and review the SOP's for the refrigeration system, ensure that all P&ID's are up to date. Review all PM's for mechanical Integrity compliance, ensure that all piping is labeled and valve numbers are in place and accurate.
Maintain all PSM documentation and training records that pertain to the PSM & RMP program.
Organize, schedule and conduct PSM meetings, compile and maintain PSM action item logs, assist in completing items on the action item log.
Inspect and maintain the Haz Mat equipment in accordance with 29CFR 1910.119
Set up training with the local fire departments, and the LEPC to include haz mat drills and tabletop exercises.
Participate in facility's Environmental Sustainability program
Minimum 1 year directly related experience
Knowledge of OSHA 1910.119 PSM Standard
Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, some knowledge of SAP software helpful
Knowledge of basic Standard Operating Procedures
Ability to communicate effectively
Ability to work fractions, ratios and percentages
Ability to solve problems effectively and efficiently through standard procedures
Ability to work independently and implement proper procedures as required
Ability to withstand routine exposure to cold temperatures