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Job Summary

The EHS Regional Manager is responsible for the direction and coordination of Environmental Health and Safety Programs across all sites within the Americas (office and manufacturing plants). This includes 5 manufacturing plants in the US, 1 HQ in the US, 3 manufacturing sites in Mexico, 3 manufacturing sites in South America and 1 HQ in South America. This position is responsible to ensure compliance with all governmental regulations and ensure a safe and healthy work environment for all employees.


Reporting Relationship:  This position reports directly to the President / CEO of the region.  


Primary Responsibilities


Essential Functions

  • Develops protocol and procedures for health and safety compliance across all sites in the Americas
  • Designs, conducts, and reports on facility health and safety surveys of facilities; assesses health and safety conditions to determine if the staff or the general public may be exposed to unsafe or unhealthful conditions.
  • Develops programs and investigates complaints related to safety issues such as walking/working surfaces and fall protection; ingress/egress; confined spaces and other issues arising in the occupational setting.
  • Develops programs and investigates complaints related to environmental health issues such as noise, vibration, fumes, toxic chemicals, lighting, ventilation, asbestos, lead and related occupational issues.
  • Develops Requests for Proposals and contracts for health and safety assessments and management services, manages and oversees contract performance.
  • Prepares technical reports and recommends corrective measures to improve health and safety conditions.
  • Evaluates the effectiveness of special sampling techniques and laboratory analysis procedures for the sampling and testing of unusual health and safety conditions.
  • Reviews chemical, equipment, and product specifications to determine potential exposure to physical or chemical stressors and makes appropriate recommendations.
  • Evaluates personal protective equipment (PPE) used in branch facilities as to effectiveness and recommends changes in the use of PPE.




  • Safety Metrics and Indicators
  • Internal/ External Audits
  • Safety and Environmental Certifications



Required qualifications, knowledge, skills and abilities

  • Bachelor’s Degree (in Occupational Health and Safety or relative discipline)
  • Minimum 10 years facilities / safety and environmental experience
  • Experience in a regional level / multi-site role
  • Proficient in computer software
  • Certification in First Aid / CPR required
  • Knowledge of state and federal safety regulations
  • Experience within a union environment preferred
  • Training in Ergonomics preferred
  • Laser and X-Ray Safety Officer Certifications preferred.


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