Environmental, Health, Safety, and Security Specialist - Environmental Focus

Environmental Health & Safety Hauppauge, New York Valhalla, New York


Description

 

Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation, a customer focused global provider of high voltage power supplies, X-Ray generator and Monoblocks® - provides custom products for medical diagnostic imaging, scientific research, security, industrial process controls, semiconductor manufacturing and undersea data transmission

 

The position supports site leadership through the preparation of reports, tracking of metrics (KPI), creation of meeting materials and execution of special projects as assigned.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Facilitates the environmental, health, safety, and security compliance for Hauppauge and Valhalla locations.
  • RoHS, REACH, WEEE, Conflict Minerals compliance, coordination, Ascent/BOM check, reporting to customer requests of compliance to these global regulations
  • Ensure permits are current and files are up to date with regulatory bodies
  • Monitoring, reporting, ensure compliance with hazardous waste requirements
  • Supporting ISO14001 compliance, management, certification maintenance, etc.
  • Review new processes, products, and chemicals for environmental compliance and risk reduction
  • Align internal policy/procedure to changes in existing regulation
  • Manage external/internal audits and follow up of corrective actions
  • Assist in environmental training and awareness at the Hauppauge and Valhalla site
  • Work with leaders from other functional areas to inspect the workplace to identify environmental, health and safety hazards and take actions to correct and prevent them.
  • Investigate incidents and ensures all appropriate reports are prepared in a timely manner and maintained according to internal procedure and government regulations.
  • Support emergency procedure implementation and ensure emergency teams are prepared for potential incidents.  
  • Ensure appropriate corrective action is taken where environmental, health, safety, and security hazards exist.
  • Provide monthly EHS&S KPI’s and relevant metrics monthly (water, electric, solar panels output, etc.)

REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety, Environmental Science or related technical field, or equivalent work experience.
  • 1-3 years of experience in EHS&S preferably in a manufacturing environment.
  • Knowledge of ISO14001
  • Experience with EPA and local environmental regulations.
  • Experience in training
  • Strong computer skills in Microsoft Project, Word, PowerPoint, Excel
  • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation, and training skills

WORKING CONDITIONS

Working conditions are normal for an office environment.  Must be able to sit and work at a computer keyboard for extended periods; able to stoop, kneel, bend at the waist and reach on a daily basis; able to perform general office administrative activities: copying, filing, delivering and using the telephone.

 

We at Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation believe that each individual is entitled to equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, creed, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status or disability. The right of equal employment opportunity extends to recruiting, hiring selection, transfer, promotion, training and all other conditions of employment.

 

Note to Recruiters and Placement Agencies: Spellman High Voltage Electronics does not accept unsolicited agency resumes. Please do not forward unsolicited agency resumes to our website or to any Spellman High Voltage Electronics employee. Spellman High Voltage Electronics will not pay fees to any third party agency or firm and will not be responsible for any agency fees associated with unsolicited resumes. Unsolicited resumes received will be considered property of Spellman High Voltage Electronics and will be processed accordingly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revised 5-2019