The EHS/Systems Coordinator is responsible for overall coordination of the Yuba City sites Environmental, Health and Safety as well as the management of the Amcor Knowledge Management System for the Yuba City site. Major goals are to prevent work-related injuries and illnesses, to minimize the impacts of plant operations on the environment and to ensure regulatory compliance and adherence to Amcor safety and health standards.
2. Job Dimensions
Responsible for management and administration of site EHS and systems initiatives
Part of the AFNA Quality Team
No direct reports
3. Principal Accountabilities
Lead, implement and maintain safety and health processes that proactively target injury/illness/incident prevention.
Coordinate EHS and or KMS systems to meet Amcor, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 registration requirements.
Ensure compliance to state, local and federal environmental management/compliance requirements, as assigned.
Develop and execute a detailed and thorough EHS auditing process including use of risk assessment methodologies. Conduct daily audits to assess the status of the key elements of the Amcor safety and health standard.
Conduct regular EHS training for co-workers.
Facilitate all site Safety Teams and Safety Committee.
Compile and maintain applicable recordkeeping & issue monthly EHS reports.
To be aware of, adhere to and help to improve all safety standards and procedures at AFNA, Yuba City.
To be aware of, adhere to and help to improve all quality standards and procedures at AFNA, Yuba City.
To be aware of, adhere to and help to improve all production standards and procedures at AFNA, Yuba City.
Possess good verbal and written communication skills.
Participates in Continuous Improvement initiatives.
Works with co-workers and management in a positive and constructive manner.
4. Major challenges & complexities
Dealing with multiple stakeholders with competing priorities for their time.
Ability to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously.
Ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment.
Capable of working independently.
AFNA, Yuba City Management Team
Safety Committees and sub-teams
Local, State and Federal agencies. Local emergency response organizations, Vendors (Workers’ Compensation administrators, Hazardous Waste and other various vendors for equipment, etc.)
Director of Safety and Health- Amcor
6.1 Formal Qualifications and Experience
Knowledge and Experience
3+ years in the Environmental Health & Safety field in a manufacturing environment.
Proficient developing task safety analysis/risk assessments.
Preparing and delivering EHS related training.
Working knowledge of State, EAP (Air, Waste, SARA) and OSHA regulations.
Education and Certifications
BS or BA in Engineering or Occupational, Health & Safety or equivalent.
Safety or Environmental related certification is preferred.
Job Specific skills and abilities
Broad knowledge of all EHS procedures, principles and regulations.
Strong business acumen, with general understanding of manufacturing processes and relationship to the overall business goals and objectives.
Experience with ISO/OHSAS and agency auditing protocols.
Strong problem solving skills, critical thinking, proven follow through and excellent time management abilities.
Ability to work effectively in a team environment; willingness to take on additional responsibility to support the team as necessary.
Flexibility to prioritize tasks to support the goals & objectives of the plant.
Amcor Leadership Framework competencies
The 3 Leadership competencies which will apply to all AFNA co-workers:
Driving for Results
The Leadership competencies which will apply to EHS:
Learning on the Fly
Building Effective Teams
Amcor (ASX: AMC; www.amcor.com) is a global leader in developing and producing high-quality, responsible packaging for a variety of food, beverage, pharmaceutical, medical-device, home- and personal-care and other products. Amcor works with leading companies around the world to protect their products and the people who rely on them, differentiate brands, and improve supply chains, through a broad range of flexible packaging, containers, cartons, closures and services. The company's 35,000 people generate more than US$9billion in sales from operations that span 200-plus locations in more than 40 countries.
With 16 plants in the Americas operating in 6 countries, Amcor Flexibles Americas (AFA), a business group of Amcor, is a market leader and the world's largest supplier of flexible packaging. We deliver innovative packaging solutions and provide enhanced quality products for the medical, pharma, personal care, and food markets. Its award winning approach towards sustainability makes Amcor the preferred partner for customers looking for responsible packaging solutions. For more information visit www.amcor.com.
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