Alloy Die Casting (ADC) has been manufacturing complex die castings using aluminum (AL), Zinc (Zn) and zinc/aluminum (ZA) alloys since 1946. In late 2013, ADC was acquired by Gladstone Capital and Investment Corporation, a publicly-traded (NASDAQ:GAIN) business development company. Since the acquisition, Gladstone has invested in equipment and key personnel to position the company for substantial growth. ADC has a diversified customer base with primary focus in commercial aerospace, defense, industrial, medical, electronics, and automotive after-market. ADC is certified to ISO-9001:2000, AS-9100C and is ITAR registered.
ADC can furnish castings up to 300 square inches in surface area, provide engineering support, custom tool design and fabrication, CNC machining and complete turnkey finishing. ADC also supplies cast-in-place metal inserts, decorative/protective coatings, and even bonds seals and other elastomer components to castings to produce a complete subassembly.
The EHS Specialist's primary purpose is to develop, supervise and administer the organization's facility wide environmental, safety and maintenance programs in compliance with OSHA and EHS regulations.
Essential Job Functions:
Promote and ensure the health and safety of employees through proactive safety programs, protecting employees from incidents and environmental hazards and ensuring compliance with regulations. Establishes target areas and long-range accident prevention and cost control objectives.
Act as consultant to management in health, ergonomic and safety related issues. Determine if deficiencies exist. Develop, recommend and implement appropriate and responsive corrective actions, procedures and measures.
Conduct frequent site inspections to identify health, safety, environmental, mechanical and security problems and directly implement corrective actions and improvements in the manufacturing areas throughout the plant.
Ensure employees use the proper tools and personal protective equipment for all work performed.
Ensure compliance with all Company, ISO, Cal\OSHA, OSHA, Fire Department, City, State and Federal rules, regulations, permit and reporting requirements and record keeping.
Oversee regular meetings, inspections and training sessions with the Safety Committee and employees and maintain written documentation of all events.
Develop, conduct and maintain EHS orientation programs. Train staff in EHS awareness and compliance requirements. Maintain all EHS and compliance records for employees within the facility.
Assist with OSHA reporting and record keeping and processing worker’s compensation claims.
Assist management and supervision with investigating workplace accidents and near misses, interviewing injured workers and witnesses, recording findings, developing and implementing corrective actions.
Other duties as assigned by management.
Education and Experience Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in Safety, Safety Engineering, Facilities, or related area
Minimum of five years of related experience
Experience in an industrial or manufacturing environment is a must
Demonstrated experience in conducting EHS training
Strong verbal, written, analytical and employee relations skills
Ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization
Competency in Windows-based software such as Microsoft Office, especially Excel and Word
Ability to work individually, as well as in a team setting
Detail orientated, organized, and exhibit a strong sense of accountability
Thorough follow-through and attention to details.
Work under deadlines to achieve Company goals and targets.
Maintain working knowledge of all departments within the organization.
ADC offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, a 401K with match, and profit-sharing bonuses.
ADC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.