Environmental Health Safety Technicians

Nov 05 2018
Job Description

 

Environmental Health Safety Technicians (Honolulu, HI)
 

 


Duties include but are not limited to:
  • Reports to the Quality Systems/Environmental, Health and Safety Manager.
  • Monitors, evaluates, and enforces the PSI Environmental, Health and Safety programs.
  • Conducts routine safety inspections and surveillances; ensures discrepancies are corrected.
  • Reviews confined space permits.
  • Maintains administrative files as required by the Health and Safety (H&S) Manual, NPDES permit and other requirements.
  • Completes accident/incident/illness investigations and reports to Management and Corporate Insurance Department.
  • Provides training as necessary to meet the requirements of regulatory agencies, the Health and Safety (H&S) Manual and to ensure the ongoing education and safety of employees.
  • Maintains safety training records.
  • Assists with generation and conducts Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) and Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) and ensures employees take required precautionary measures.
  • Maintains HAZ/Non-HAZ waste site(s) and materials.
  • Assists in performance of tasks related to environmental compliance with NPDES per management, state, and/or federal laws, rules, and/or regulations.  
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Specific to PHNSY:
  • Start 0600.
  • Assists trades with writing JHAs prior to work start.
  • Conducts monthly safety brief with PHNSY team.
  • Verifies WAFs, confined space entry permits, hotwork permits & staging tags are up-to-date.
  • Daily Inspections - paint locker, flam lockers, laydown area housekeeping, etc. (produce daily report, update logs & verify correct labeling).
  • Weekly Inspections - SDS binder, medical supply cabinets.
  • Submits monthly EPCRA/NESHAP reports to BAE.
  • Inspects fire extinguishers (fill out monthly forms).
  • Ship walks – join BAE for daily ENV & safety walks (at least 1 daily walkthrough for each ship with active jobs).
  • Waste disposal - assist trades w/ filling out paperwork & verify waste properly disposed.
  • Hazardous substance control forms – collect info from sups, complete & submit form
  • Conducts respirator fit testing.
  • Ensures all trades on base have up-to-date SHE training & fire watch cards.
  • Provides 1st aid & ensure medical.
  • Conducts accident/injury investigations; ensures injured personnel receive medical attention.
  • Collects JHAs at end of shift & maintain files.
  • Attends monthly BAE SHE meeting.
Requirements:
  • Minimum of 2 years in field of industrial safety position in the marine repair/construction industry preferable.
  • OSHA 30-hour maritime or general industry certification.
  • OSHA HAZWOPER 40-hour certification preferred.
  • EM-385-1-1 certification preferred.
  • Confined Space Competent Person certification preferred.
  • Ability to effectively operate office equipment, to include desktop computers, calculators, printers, copy machines and telephones..
  • Must show proof of US citizenship.
  • Valid driver’s license, Type 3.
  • Able to pass and obtain Rapid Gate ID in conjunction with NCIC background check.
  • Must be flexible in work hours, on call as needed.
 
 

Department: Production
This is a non-management position
This is a full time position