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Job Title: Manager, Environmental, Health and Safety

Company: AbbVie

Location:  Chicago, Illinois, USA


Position Description: 

This position will develop, implement, and maintain global EHS programs and provide technical expertise to AbbVie’s global internal manufacturing organization with an emphasis in Industrial Hygiene and Ergonomics.





  • Develop and maintain EHS Global standards, policies, systems, and programs applicable to area of responsibilities

  • Provide EHS leadership and direction for management, professional, technical and support staff in area of responsibility

  • Ensure systems are in place to enable area of responsibility to operate in legal and ethical compliance with regard to EHS issues.

  • Provide business perspective, strategic and tactical direction to develop and implement EHS initiatives for the EHS Long range plan

  • Authority to represent AbbVie externally on matters related to EHS with external regulatory agencies and non-government organizations

  • Maintain a broad understanding of local, regional and global EHS regulations and practices for area of responsibility

  • Maintain and update IT reporting databases and generate monthly and quarterly EHS performance reports to area management.





  • Bachelor’s Degree (EHS related, Engineering) plus 5 – 12 years of EHS related experience or Master’s Degree (EHS related, Engineering) plus 5 – 10 years of EHS related experience.

  • EHS related experience in manufacturing or R&D environments are required.

  •  Experience in a chemical plant operations or Oil and Gas environments is preferred, but not required. 

  • EHS or Engineering professional certification is highly preferred, but not required.

  • Working experience in implementing EHS regulations, conducting incident investigations, interacting with regulatory agencies and external organizations, and managing cross functional teams

  • Development of practical, applicable standards and/or policies that meet business objectives. Technical expertise in the EHS functions as well as technical writing and business communications.

  • Ability to actively listen, build and maintain effective working relationships with internal/ external colleagues and stakeholders, and resolve conflict

  • Ability to successfully manage project and programs


Posting Date: 19 Nov 2020              To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: QHSE Systems and Standards Advisor

Company: Assystem

Location: Blackburn, UK

Position Description:  In this role you will be working with the QHSE Manager to drive and promote continuous improvement activities across the UK business.

The key duties include:

§  Leading and delivering the certification audit and internal audit program

§  Developing and delivering the Quality/IMS Induction

§  Mentoring/supporting the Business Unit staff on the implementation of the IMS

§  Working with procurement to manage supplier approvals

§  Lead and develop Customer Satisfaction

§  Supporting Quality Controller in the review and sign off of Contract reviews etc.

§  Delivering training and coaching on the use of IMS

§  Monthly reporting – tracking and reporting IMS metrics

§  IMS document control

§  Leading process development workshops to deliver system efficiency improvements

§  Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the IMS SharePoint platform

Person specification

§  Ability to confidently communicate at all levels and clearly deliver information

§  Strong team work ethic with the ability to build strategic working relationships

§  Well organised, attentive to detail and able to work independently

§  Able to lead projects to drive updating of legacy processes and automation of IMS

§  Willing to travel across the UK

Essential Experience & Qualifications

§  Previous experience of developing and implementing Integrated

§  Management Systems to ISO 9001/ ISO 14001 / ISO 45001, ideally in an engineering sector.

Posting Date: 19 Jan 2021             To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: EHS Manager, ANZ

Company: Baxter

Location:  Old Toongabbie, New South Wales, Australia

Position Description:  In this critical role you will provide an Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) service across the Australian and New Zealand operations that includes implementing, recommending and co-ordinating local and corporate EHS programs and policies and regulatory/legal EHS requirements across all sites and business functions within the ANZ region.

You will drive new EHS programs whilst maintaining and developing established systems. Company operations include the main Manufacturing operation at Toongabbie Australia, multiple Warehouse and Distribution sites, multiple Pharmacies and both local and regional offices.

You are someone that will strive for continuous improvement and benchmark EHS performance and will consult the business and senior management of the performance of the EHS system and make recommendations for improvement. You will conduct and respond to Audits including ISO 14001,  ISO 45001 and Australia, New Zealand regulatory compliance.  This includes creating Corrective and Preventive Actions, identifying Root Causes and Close-out of EHS Findings in a timely manner. You will be the EHS Management System Representative for ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 audits and to all relevant Regulatory bodies.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Align with the ANZ SMT (Senior Management Team) across operational and non-operational areas on key priorities and focus to drive a zero-harm workplace. Be an advocate for safety and wellness, promoting a safety culture throughout our business.

  • Communicate the business impacts of EHS to ANZ leadership team; coach and advise EHS employees and leadership teams on ways to improve outcome, use influence on advance EHS programs in ANZ.

  • Lead ANZ EHS team to plan, execute and direct EHS projects and programs designed to ensure the attainment of the company’s goals relative to EHS outcomes. 

  • Lead teams to ensure compliance for Environmental, Health, Safety, Sustainability and Industrial Hygiene compliance programs and Baxter policies.

  • Developing and implementing site policies concerning environmental, health and safety issues. Oversee the development and implementation of EHS practices and procedures.

  • Evaluate and act upon new environmental & safety regulations, follows emerging EHS regulations and issues.

  • Monitor and direct facilities regarding all regulatory permits, including corresponding requirements, reporting and renewals

  • Oversee Injury Management Program

  • Primary contact for EHS regulatory agencies inspections, permitting, and reporting.

  • Execute the Baxter EHS Management system (including ISO 14001 &45001) and ensures timely corrective actions are taken when EHS hazards are identified

  • Workers compensation program management.

  • Proactively identifies potential EHS hazards through risk assessments, Gemba walks, routine inspections, near miss and hazard reporting program etc, and ensures timely corrective actions are implemented when hazards are identified.  Recommend different approaches to improve and simplify existing EHS methods and techniques;

  • Explore digital applications and solutions to enhance the EHS service


Essential Skills and Qualifications:

  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, both oral and written, and must be able to influence groups and individuals.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills that must focus individuals and groups on EHS objectives and generates excitement toward a common goal.

  • Degree in technical field, engineering, environmental, chemistry, etc. some direct EHS qualification, Masters EHS preferred.

  • Preferred experience in a manufacturing facility.

  • Experience in ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 Systems.

  • Knowledge of Australian EHS Regulations.

  • High degree of computer literacy.

  • Self-starter, driven and the ability and confidence to work independently.

  • Creative and proactive thinking.

  • Positive personality.

  • Willingness to travel.


Posting Date: 17 Nov 2020  To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Vice President, Health, Safety, Security, Environment (HSSE)

Company: Cushman & Wakefield

Location:  Multiple within USA (Chicago, Saint Louis, Dallas)

Position Description: 

The VP, HSSE will be responsible for directing the development, support, deployment, monitoring and review of standards and management systems for Health, Safety, Security, Environment & Risk Assessment (HSSE) across Cushman & Wakefield in North America.

Providing quality, timely and professional subject matter expertise and business support to ensure that a safe, sustainable, efficient and legally compliant work environment is established at all times.

Direct the development and deployment of HSSE programs and management systems to ensure compliance with company and legislative obligations. Provide direction to executives, senior and line management, contract management, and other personnel to ensure operations are sustainable and comply with group directives, as well as national and international legislation and client requirements.

Our Values:

* Health and Safety

* Teamwork

* Honesty & openness in communication

* Outstanding customer service

* Integrity

* Continuous improvement and innovation

Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • In consultation with appropriate stakeholder groups, direct the design, development, deployment, monitoring & review of HSSE systems, processes and programs

  • Ensure integration of HSSE systems, processes and programs with Cushman and Wakefield operations, our clients’ expectations, and legislative requirements.

  • Develop, in consultation with relevant stakeholders, plans and strategies to meet Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and deliverables as negotiated with and set by the global leadership team, annually.

  • Directs the implementation, monitoring, and review of HSSE systems through yearly governance plans, audits and inspections, and management systems reviews.

  • Monitors compliance with all applicable federal, state and local legislation and codes governing environmental health and safety regulations and guidelines.

  • Assesses HSSE risk potential of existing operations and new business opportunities.

  • Develops and deploys incident investigation programs/procedures, including data analysis and incident prevention (loss control) programs and procedures.

  • Directs HSSE education/training efforts for all levels of employees, including supervision and senior management.

  • Responsible for conducting on-site HSSE audits/reviews of Regional sites/accounts within North America.

  • Monitors and facilitates the reporting of HSSE performance across the organization and supports the development and implementation of Regional Safety Improvement Plans.

  • Direct design and deployment of the HSSE portions of the training programs, Incident Management System and Audit/Inspection tracking system.

  • Monitors and reports on relevant changes in applicable OHS (Occupational Health & Safety) and environmental regulations/requirements related to Cushman & Wakefield operations.

  • Directs industrial hygiene, occupational and general safety programs to ensure a safe work environment and compliance with safety standards.

  • Responds and provides direct assistance to sites in emergency situations.

  • Supports relationships with clients and other stakeholders for purposes of HSSE systems interface and deployment.

  • Support Regional HSSE Managers (RHM) in their efforts to deliver HSSE performance and compliance reports to Operations (line) management.

  • Articulate and live the Cushman & Wakefield culture by being present in the workplace, setting an example by modeling the required behaviors in the workplace, and hold others (employees and peers) accountable for their actions by identifying and acting on behavior which is inconsistent with agreed-upon standards.

  • Work safely and not put themselves or others' health or safety at risk by their acts or omissions.

  • Comply with Cushman & Wakefield Environmental policies

Key Measures of Performance

  • Meet Key Performance Indicators and Deliverables as negotiated with and set by President annually.

  • Develop and implement operational HSSE systems applicable to the Portfolio.

  • Ensure the systems are being adhered to through a rigorous auditing and inspection regime.

  • Develop an understanding of Key Client functioning and customize the HSSE function to support their needs.

  • Establish Client communication system for reporting and meeting Contract obligations.

  • Create a sound and sustainable recommendations from systematic and structured investigative root cause analysis processes

  • Support the new Contractor management system, including auditing and inspections, for ensuring a safe environment for works.

Position Dimensions

Ensuring HSSE systems and support structure and resources are in place for the entire business portfolio, including key client base.

A scheduled and planned visitation structure is implemented to deliver “Time in Field” expectations as operational requirements demand, but a minimum of 4 visits per month cycle to site locations, including the conduct of site inspections.

Key Interactions

  • One Services Management

  • Global Occupier Services Management

  • Asset Services Management

  • C&W Services, Vice President HSSE

  • Global and Regional HSSE Management

  • Legal Department Personnel

  • Site/account HSSE Teams

  • Contractors and subcontractor chain

  • Clients

Qualifications & Technical Skills

  • ​Bachelor of Science degree in engineering or science discipline.

  • Relevant HSSE or equivalent qualifications/certifications, e.g., BCSP, CSP, CIH.

  • 15 years’ experience in related HSSE systems/audit management role.

  • Demonstrable success in directing/managing HSSE Systems

  • Subject Matter Expertise in HSSE Systems, OHS compliance strategies, and relevant US regulations, as well as International Standards

  • Well versed in OSHA legislation and regulation, including GHS.

  • Well-developed research and report writing skills.

  • Sound Investigative skills and experience with regulatory negotiations

  • Sound OHS/management systems auditing skills, including formal training.

  • Ability to implement and enforce systems and best practices.

  • Ability to manage projects and conflicting priorities.

  • Exceptional communication and negotiation skills.

  • Ability to be sensitive to and understand local issues/legislation.

  • Planning, organizing and time management skills to effectively establish the priority and scheduling of work tasks and projects to ensure work priorities are completed on time and within budget

  • Conceptual, analytical and problem-solving skills to enable the identification of issues and the judgment to determine appropriate courses of action for achieving long-range organizational goals

  • Initiative to identify and ensure that appropriate actions are taken to achieve goals

  • Travel as required throughout the USA and Canada and regionally as required, estimated to be ~30%.

Posting Date: 18 Jan 2021  To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Sr Field Safety Engineer (EHS HSE)

Company: Honeywell

Location:  Duluth, Georgia, USA


Position Description:  Honeywell is looking for a Future Shaper to join us in breaking the mold of what cities, campuses and buildings will achieve!  Honeywell has been focused on energy efficiency for over 100 years with innovative building technologies that have defined the world’s infrastructure.  Today we are redefining the future once again and we are looking for innovators with vison, tenacity and focus to achieve these goals.  You will help drive the future by integrating traditional energy conservation measures with a connected building operating system that uses AI, machine learning and outcome-based solutions to create flexible ecosystems focused on customer needs.  As a trusted advisor, the outcomes you provide will help customers tell their story of reducing operating expenses, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, while at the same time improving comfort, productivity, efficiency and the safety of the environments they work in.


Join an organization that demonstrates a proactive health and safety management system and a continuous improvement environment. You will be a key professional in the HSE function. You will implement processes and drive HSE performance metrics for the Honeywell Energy Solutions Group. You will accomplish this by establishing strong working relationships with the employees you support. You will report directly to the Senior HSE Manager for Honeywell Energy Solutions Group. You will be the key HSE resource within the region directing sustainable health and safety programs through incorporation of impactful operating processes and keeping in front of leading practices in health and safety standards.


▪ Integrate, monitor, and support Health and Safety programs to ensure compliance with the applicable guidelines, procedures, and regulations.

▪ Incorporate continuous improvement using Honeywell's Health and Safety initiatives through Honeywell's Operating System activities.

▪ Provide proactive integration of HSE initiatives across the Energy Solutions Group, keeping in front of leading edge safety awareness.



▪ Bachelor's Degree in health & safety, environmental management, engineering (environmental, design, electrical, mechanical, civil),

▪ 5+ years of HSE experience.



▪ Master’s Degree  

▪ Understanding of all matters related to HSE in a service environment.  Experience within construction, service and/or field related businesses.

▪ Ability to work in field operations environment, including navigating construction sites.

▪ Strong oral and written communication skills

▪ Use innovative thinking to create continuous improvement

▪ Technical expertise in HSE

▪ Strong computer skills (PowerPoint, Excel, SharePoint) 

▪ Ability to deliver on complex situations

▪ Timely decision making skills

▪ Conveys specific, observable, and/or measurable expectations 


Additional Information

JOB ID: req245040

Category: Health, Safety & Environment

Location: 3079 Premiere Pkwy Ste 100,Duluth,Georgia,30097,United States



Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.


Posting Date: 26 Sep 2020  To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Health and Safety Consultant

Company: Peninsula

Location: Dublin, Ireland


Position Description:  The Portfolio Group are delighted to be recruiting on behalf of Peninsula, an award winning international organisation providing Business Support, Employment Law, Health & Safety and Employee Wellbeing services to a range of clients.


Job Overview

The Health & Safety Department are looking for hardworking professional Health & Safety Consultant with a high level of technical knowledge and experience, gained within the construction sector. You will have the ability to build strong relationships with your clients and deliver a high quality, cost effective consultancy service. Ideally you will be a chartered member of The Institution of Occupational Safety & Health or equivalent.


Day-to-Day Responsibilities

* Conduct yourself in a professional matter at all times (including appearance, use of PPE, communication etc.) ensuring that you comply with both company and departmental policies, procedures and protocols

* To visit clients premises for the purpose of carrying out agreed contractual work

* Undertake health and safety visits to client’s premises in accordance with departmental protocols and contract requirements, in particular where SLA’s are in place

* Submit any relevant reports or other such associated documents in accordance with client demand and departmental protocols

* Advise and instruct clients in the use of Health and Safety Management systems.

* Liaise with the HSE and other Enforcing Authorities on behalf of clients when required to do so

* Advise clients on matters of Health and Safety standards and best practice affecting their business. Assist clients with accident or other special investigations as required

* Attend company meetings, courses etc. when required to update and maintain professional skills/knowledge

* Supporting the client through effective crisis management where required


Peninsula have a great reputation for providing high quality consultancy services and working as part of the Health and safety team will offer a role with great challenge and variety to develop your career with industry leading training.


We seek applications from Health & Safety professionals who can demonstrate excellent skills in managing client relationships, able to offer practical solutions to clients utilising your extensive technical knowledge of Health and Safety. Successful candidates will hold one of the following professional memberships; GMIOSH, GradIOSH, MIIRSM, CIEH, whilst candidates with associate memberships or NEBOSH National Diploma or equivalent will also be considered.


Posting Date: 28 Sep 2020              To Apply, Click Here  

Job Title: Health and Safety Officer

Company: ADF International

Location:  Los Angeles, California, USA


Position Description:  Duties Summary/Responsibilities:


  • Participate to the Quality/Safety Meetings in order to address Health and safety issues.

  • Review, approve and ensure that the PROJECT SAFETY PLAN is available and continuously kept up-dated on-site.

  • Oversee all construction personnel concerning Health and safety matters.

  • Maintain the safety records. Digitalize all safety records to the project’s files and transfer, at the end of the job, the original documents or hard copy to the ADF Group’s Head Office for archiving purposes.

  • Participate to the analysis of training needs and to the development of training program related to Health and Safety. Perform training session to personnel and maintain the training log.

  • Periodically check that the maintenance program is implemented and maintained.

  • Inspect workplaces and workplace equipment, such as scaffolding, to ensure they meet safety regulations and to identify hazards and risks.

  • Ensure dangerous materials are correctly stored.

  • Record and report hazards, accidents, injuries and health issues within the workplace.

  • Assist with the investigation of accidents and unsafe working conditions, study possible causes and recommend remedial action.

  • Coordinate emergency procedures, mine rescues, firefighting and first aid crews.

  • Ensure personal protective equipment (such as hearing protection, dust masks, safety glasses, footwear and safety helmets), is being used in workplaces according to regulations.

  • Assists in the preparation of various reports, documents and forms.

  • Maintain a safe job site and ensure that the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) are enforced.

  • Promote the Health and Safety requirements within the organization.

  • Ensure that workplaces conform with organizational procedures and safety standards.

  • Investigate damage, accidents, or delays at construction sites to ensure that proper procedures are being carried out.

  • Other related tasks and duties as assigned.


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • 3-5 years experience within the safety field of construction


  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Understanding and knowledge of OSHA regulations

  • Ability to ensure compliance with customer’s contractual requirements and ADF’s requirements

  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills

  • Critical reasoning and great judgement


Physical Requirements:

Must be able to regularly sit, walk and stand for varying lengths of time. Must be able to repetitively articulate hands, wrists etc. to operate standard office equipment; and perform those similar activities while seated as well as perform computer work for various lengths of time. Will need to be able to reach with hands and arms; and lift up to 25 pounds occasionally.


Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.


Posting Date: 26 Sep 2020              To Apply, Click Here  

Job Title: Director, Corporate Safety

Company: Uline

Location:  Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, USA


Position Description: 

  • Develop, implement and manage Uline's safety program, policies and procedures.

  • Lead and direct department staff to successfully execute all safety initiatives.

  • Ensure continual safety improvements and set annual objectives and targets. Monitor results and audit progress.

  • Recommend policies and procedures to reduce safety risks and occupational health issues.

  • Work with Human Resources to ensure proper execution of workers' compensation programs.

  • Ensure safety program meets legal requirements and Uline's high standards.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree.

  • 6+ years developing, implementing and/or managing a safety program in a warehouse or distribution environment.

  • OSHA experience on a state or federal level preferred.

  • Workers' compensation experience a plus.

  • Effective leader and strong negotiator with safety professionals, regulatory and/or industry organizations.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.

  • Available for travel to Uline's branch and international locations.


Posting Date: 12 Nov2020            To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Senior Environmental, Health and Safety Specialist

Company: Baxter

Location: Mississauga, Ontario, Canada


Position Description: 

The Senior Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Specialist is responsible for the implementation and administration of all applicable environmental and safety programs consistent with Baxter EHS requirements. The role is responsible for operation of EHS activities for general office, technical service and pharmacy services facilities assuring compliance to applicable Federal, Provincial and local regulations. The EHS Technician works with the Manager to set targets and objective for the environmental, health and safety programs; consistent with regulatory changes and corporate direction utilizing a risk-based approach.

EHS Systems

  • Implement the necessary systems to meet and maintain Baxter Global EHS Requirements

    • Identification of the significant EHS aspects and risks of the facility’s operations. 

    • Ensure that programs are implemented to achieve the targets and objectives.

    • Track progress toward the EHS objectives and targets.

    • Work with stakeholders to ensure operational control and preventative maintenance are in place for significant EHS aspects and risks.

    • Evaluate and address the impacts to EHS with new products and processes.

    • Maintain emergency response programs and respond to issues that may occur.

  • Lead the Joint Health and Safety Committee

  • Participate on and support teams representing EHS area of expertise

Regulatory and Corporate EHS Compliance

  • Ensure implementation of applicable provisions of the company’s EHS policies, programs and procedures. 

  • Assess and communicate regulatory requirements to appropriate stakeholders and management and ensure that plans are established and executed to assure that Baxter’s activities are conducted in compliance with applicable Federal, Provincial and local laws.

  • Provide facility representation during various EHS audits that includes outside agency inquiries and/or inspections.

  • Assist with EHS audits at the Corporate and Regional levels.

  • Maintain applicable records and complete reporting as appropriate for EHS activities including tracking of EHS metrics using the Baxter Insite system

Learning and Development

  • Develop systems to ensure that employees are trained in appropriate EHS aspects of their job.

  • Develop and facilitate training programs that address environmental, health and safety aspects of the operation and ensure compliance to all corporate and regulatory requirements.


  • Promote a work culture that educates employees about their role in effective EHS performance and Employee Wellness initiatives

  • Report on the performance of the EHS program to management including progress to corporate and facility EHS targets.

Disability Management

  • Management of all WSIB claims

  • Early and safe return to work management for all disability cases


  • Bachelors and EHS College diploma


  • Proven success with strategic EHS systems (ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001) in a sophisticated environment (Pharmaceutical or food manufacturing)

  • 2- 4 years in Environmental Health and Safety

  • Experience in Hazardous Waste management, Environmental green project’s and have strong working knowledge of/certificates of Approval for air and water, NPRI.

  • Excellent knowledge of Occupational Health & Safety Act, CSA standards and Environmental Regulations

  • Proven problem solving skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills


Posting Date: 11 Nov 2020              To Apply, Click Here.

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