Teledyne Technologies

  • Environmental, Health & Safety Manager

    Job Locations US-CA-Redlands
    Requisition ID
    2019-11259
    Company Name
    Teledyne Battery Products
    Shift
    1st Shift - Morning
    Citizenship/Visa Requirement
    No Restrictions
    Internal Code (for CareerBuilder)
    #CB#
  • Company Overview

    Company Statement

    Teledyne Battery Products’ mission, vision, and value statements have never really changed in principle since 1966.  Dedication to every employee and client’s success; Innovation that matters - for our company and for the world; Trust and personal responsibility in all relationships – Teledyne Battery Products are EveryWhereYouLook!

     

    Are you looking to be part of a dynamic and growing organization - whose company culture is centered on empowering its employees to make decisions?  As one of the leading manufacturers in producing high performance, high-quality batteries for use in today's modern general aviation aircraft, Teledyne Battery Business is focused on hiring the best available talent! 

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    Teledyne Battery Products is seeking an Environmental, Health and Safety Manager for its lead acid battery manufacturing facility located in Redlands California. Teledyne Battery Products is a well-established industry leader/manufacturer of high-quality stand-by lead acid batteries for aircraft.  In this role the successful candidate will have responsibility for the Environmental, Health and Safety Program in addition to serving as the point of contact for all facilities related matters.

     

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities include providing key leadership for the Teledyne Battery Products (TBP) business in addition to the following:

     

    Environmental - Administer the Teledyne Battery Products (TBP) Environmental Management System (EMS) to include:

    • Develop and review Teledyne Battery Products EMS policies, practices and procedures along with the development of environmental Compliance Mechanisms.
    • Verify that TBP policies, practices, procedures, activities and compliance mechanisms are in place and properly operating.
    • Conduct routine EHS self-inspections to ensure identification and resolution of environmental issues relating to solid and hazardous waste, air emissions, wastewater and storm water.
    • Interface with environmental regulatory agencies including, but not limited to, routine and special reporting, conducting inspections and obtaining permits.  Manage compliance and reporting associated with various permits, licenses and registrations.
    • Provide direction and technical support to TBP personnel responsible for EMS compliance.
    • Work with TBP personnel to develop and implement adequate and timely training programs for employees, contractors, and other third-party consultants where appropriate.
    • Respond to all environmental incidents and commit the required resources to mitigate exposures if any to human health and the environment by altering, curtailing or shutting down a process operation if the conditions warrant such action.
    • Coordinate corrective action measures and conduct follow-up investigation to ensure compliance and resolution with all environmental incidents.
    • Be accountable and responsible for the operation of TBP Environmental Management System.
    • Oversee the operation of the wastewater treatment system
    • Conduct routine self-inspections to ensure identification and resolution of environmental issues relating to hazardous waste, air emissions, wastewater and storm water
    • Develop and deliver EHS/Occupational Health and Safety training
    • Perform EHS assessments/general program compliance audits (internal & external)

    Health and Safety - Administer the Teledyne Battery Products Health and Safety Management System (HSMS):

    • Perform occupational health and safety surveys/inspections
    • Develop and review Battery Products HSMS policies, practices and procedures along with the development of Compliance Mechanisms.
    • Verify that policies, practices, activities and compliance mechanisms are in place and properly operating.
    • Communicate health and safety related information to affected TBP employees.
    • Work with TBP personnel to develop and implement adequate and timely training programs for employees, contractors, and other third party consultants where appropriate.
    • Investigate and address all health and safety concerns reported by TBP personnel in a timely manner.
    • Coordinate corrective action measures and conduct follow-up investigation to ensure compliance and resolution with all health and safety incidents and accidents.
    • Monitor the Medical Surveillance program which includes: air and blood sampling for lead and Medical Evaluations of employees, as required.
    • Lead and administer the Emergency Response Program and the elements within, e.g. evacuation procedures, prevention, emergency procedures, and emergency equipment, etc.
    • Maintain proper record keeping tools and procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory records management.
    • Be accountable and responsible for the operation of TBP HSMS.
    • Oversee Forklift training program
    • Lead site cross functional safety committee

    Qualifications

    Requirements:

    • Minimum Bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering or similar discipline, from an accredited four-year college or university preferred.
    • Minimum five (5) years' related experience in Environmental, Health & Safety.
    • Knowledge of U.S. EPA National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP).
    • Knowledge of South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Rule 1420.2 Lead Emission Standard for Lead Metal Melting Facilities.
    • Hazardous waste on-site treatment “Tiered Permitting” experience required.
    • Knowledge of Hazardous Waste Large Quantity Generator requirements.
    • Familiarity with ANSI Z136.1-2014 American National Standard for Safe Use of Lasers.
    • Ability to partner with and effectively influence staff and management.
    • Applied knowledge and understanding of EHS principles and best practices, regulatory standards, and requirements in context of business activities.
    • Process driven with excellent interpersonal communication skills required
    • Knowledge of California regulations.
    • Experience in a manufacturing environment preferred.

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