Process Safety Engineer
Process Safety Engineer
Victaulic Corporate Headquarters, Easton, PA
Reports to (Position Title):
Global Safety Manager
- Manage the company's New Chemical Evaluation and Approval Program. The incumbent is responsible for providing the environmental & safety input for all new chemical requests. The incumbent will be responsible for all aspects of the evaluation process including but not limited to calculations, SDS development, handling, testing storing and disposal procedures. This position will primarily support the New Product Development and Engineered Product teams. This support includes all phases of product development, from initial development, pilot scale, to full production as it pertains to chemicals. In support of these responsibilities, the incumbent will:
A. Manage the authoring, creation, implementation, and the maintenance of Victaulic Safety Data Sheets (SDS) in accordance with local and/or regional regulations. For SDS documents used by Victaulic customers, coordinate annual reviews and updates as needed with the Regulatory and Marketing Departments.
B. Implement & manage Process Safety Management (PSM) processes company-wide where applicable. Once implemented at an applicable site, provide the oversight to ensure the integrity of the program is maintained.
2. Manage internal Safety Data Sheet (SDS) library by ensuring Victaulic facilities keep the SDSs current with their chemical inventories within the associated software.
3. Manage chemical inventory processes and provide oversight to Victaulic facilities to ensure consistency and alignment with internal SDS library.
4. Assist the EH&S Department on all EH&S issues as required.
5. The incumbent must have the interpersonal skills to work with other departments and facilities within the company, including but not limited to Regulatory, Marketing, Engineering and Legal.
Qualifications (education, experience, skills, personal attributes):
- Bachelor of Science in a related engineering discipline (i.e., chemical, environmental, or safety). A chemical engineering degree preferred but not absolutely necessary.
- Working knowledge of local, state and federal environmental and safety plans and regulations including a transportation regulations related to dangerous goods
- 5 to 7 years of related experience in the environmental & safety field. Work in the manufacturing industry is an added benefit
- Valid driver's license
Willingness to balance working in the field, manufacturing environment, and office environment. Travel as needed including international (estimated 25%)