Jobs

One of the numerous benefits of ASSP membership is access to open safety positions which are otherwise not advertised. The Chapter Luncheons are an excellent place to network and learn about employment opportunities from other meeting attendees. We share jobs posted on this website at our monthly technical meetings and welcome members to share opportunities at their current companies.

Postings will remain on the website for 60 days unless extended by the organization offering the opportunity. If you wish to have an opening posted here, send it in Word or PDF format to the Job Placement Director, at jobs@orangecounty.assp.org.

Health, Safety & Environmental Field Technician (EHS)

August 18, 2021

Chubb Global Risk Advisors, Los Angeles, California

Scope
The Health, Safety & Environmental Field Technician is responsible for performing environmental inspections and environmental monitoring of asbestos, mold or other regulated/potentially hazardous materials for removal and abatement projects.

In this role, the Field Technician will provide superior technical field and reporting services adhering to Chubb Global Risk Advisors’ standard operating protocols and client specific scope of service. Adhere to best in class standards and practices in executing field assignments, delivering accurate, and defensible scientific data.

Primary Responsibilities
Working under direct or indirect supervision or within a team environment, the Field Technician is responsible for the following core responsibilities:

  • When on-site, act as direct representative of Chubb Global Risk Advisors in relationship to the client; and when within scope of services, monitor and oversee clients’ contractors.
  • Evaluate contractor performance and advise the client.
  • Under direct supervision of Project Managers, interface with and respond to regulatory and enforcement agencies at the project site. Provide requested information depending upon issue involved when appropriate.
  • Maintain chain of custody of sampling activity, analytical data and project record keeping (log book) in accordance with regulatory requirements and Chubb Global Risk Advisors’ record keeping responsibilities.
  • Maintain proficiency and understanding in the use of scientific instruments and sampling protocols to ensure valid sample collection and reliable data analysis in compliance with regulations.
  • Maintain high ethical standards in the performance of services, and understand the ethical standards of client and report actual or perceived unethical conduct or behavior.
  • Under direct oversight of a Project Manager or the Regional Manager, understand project details, schedule and scope of work, and provide supporting information to Project Managers when change orders may be required.
  • Maintain required certifications mandated by the regulations and take an active role in maintaining respiratory fitness through Chubb Global Risk Advisors medical surveillance program.

Duties
Specific duties or tasks of the Indoor Environmental Quality Consultant include the following:

  • Assist in the development of and implementation of project work plans for tasks which involve area of experience or expertise.
  • Perform sampling programs involving collection of soil, water, asbestos, paint chip, air emissions, indoor air, mold or waste samples.
  • Operate standard environmental monitoring instruments.
  • Record field data, observations and analytical results.
  • Manage subcontractors on-site work activities; oversees client’s retained contractor during environmental remediation activities.
  • Make decisions regarding minor changes to the work plan where required to accomplish the task.

Report preparation tasks:

  • Prepare project logs and descriptions of field activities.
  • Prepare compliance monitoring report.
  • Prepare sample data inventory tables in Chubb Global Risk Advisors’ approved report format.
  • Routine scientific or technical calculations.

Field assistance in the following areas:

  • Collection and analysis of personal and area air samples in conjunction with asbestos abatement.
  • Sampling of soil, water, wastes, asbestos building materials, paint, mold and other materials.
  • Air emissions and indoor air quality sampling.
  • Operation of monitoring instruments.
  • Completion of inspection and analytical data forms.
  • Records and historical documentation review.
  • Inspection of regulated work areas, equipment, work methods, and compliance with project specifications or industry accepted best practices.
  • Oversee waste container removal and completion of landfill documentation forms.
  • Completion of project log books.

Assist with the conduct of regulated and hazardous material surveys, including:

  • Identification of suspect materials and collection of bulk samples when included in the project scope.
  • Measurements of quantities and dimensions.
  • Completion of site inspection and dimensions.
  • Handling and proper recording of material samples.
  • Interpretation of analytical results.
  • Preparation of draft report product for Project Manager Quality Review.
  • Other project duties as assigned by Project Manager or Manager.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in an environmental or other scientific discipline from a regionally accredited university.
  • 1+ years of work experience in a technical or scientific capacity, or equivalent experience in the environmental consulting field.
  • Appropriate technical certificates recognizing specific training or expertise in a discipline related to Chubb Global Risk Advisors’ core services (asbestos, mold, and lead certifications for inspection and project monitoring).
  • Required Asbestos Certifications for CA (Inspector, Project Monitor) a plus.
  • Experience with basic Industrial Hygiene sampling and mold / Indoor Air Quality Assessments a plus.

Required Skills and Behaviors:

  • Must be able to carry out sampling and data management tasks accurately and in accordance with standard procedures.
  • Must be able to learn and apply regulatory requirements in routine sampling tasks.
  • Must learn to operate and maintain standard monitoring instruments.
  • Must be able to work safely at all times.
  • Must be well organized with the ability to meet schedule commitments.
  • Must be able to make accurate field decisions to assure project integrity and cost-effectiveness.
  • Must be able to manage subcontractor tasks to assure successful project completion.

Special Requirements:

  • Must be capable of obtaining Health & Safety certification for hazardous waste (pursuant to OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120) / asbestos (pursuant to OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1101).
  • Must be able to perform strenuous physical activities.
  • Travel within California is required.

https://www.chubb.com/us-en/business-insurance/global-risk-advisors.html

Sr Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Project Manager

August 18, 2021

Moog Inc.  Torrance, CA

About the job

Moog Aircraft Group is looking for a Sr. Site Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Project Manager to implement and manage EHS programs and projects at our aerospace manufacturing plant in Torrance, CA. This role is responsible to deliver business results through effective program/project planning, change management, communications, and training. Will need to manage multiple projects simultaneously that span development and implementation phases on average of 3-12 month each. Routine management and continued improvement opportunities of implemented projects is expected. This is an opportunity to have an impact on Environmental, Health and Safety at a global company. If you are a hands-on Sr. EHS professional who wants to make a difference, we invite you to apply.

As a Sr. EHS Project Manager, you will…

  • Develop, and review complex EHS projects within the constraints of scope, quality, time, and cost, to meet specified requirements and objectives.
  • Plan project activities, assemble cross-functional teams and other critical resources for projects from start through implementation and close out.
  • Partner with site EHS leadership to implement EHS vision and strategy
  • Implements and monitors EHS metrics as necessary for improving the quality, service, cost, and execution of EHS at Moog site.
  • Develop and implement site specific EHS programs to assure compliance with the Site, Business Group and Corporate EHS requirements.
  • Partner with functional managers / supervisors to plan and implement regulatory requirements.
  • Coordinate the site’s emergency planning; including being available 24/7 for responding to site EHS emergencies, lead in emergencies involving hazardous materials releases or other safety impacting emergencies.
  • Provide EHS support to Program Management and Engineering to support customer contract terms and conditions.
  • Develop and implement technologies that can provide the site with operational efficiencies and improve EHS within the workplace.

Minimum Qualifications To Be Considered…

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety, Industrial Safety, EHS, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science, or Engineering
  • 7 or more years of experience creating, implementing and managing EHS programs/projects
  • Proven success in running medium to large scale EHS programs or projects
  • Strong understanding of project management processes and procedures
  • Excellent verbal/written communication skills to drive projects and influence change including implementing lean improvement processes
  • Ability to be on-call for emergencies
  • Ability to access US export-controlled information

Preferred Qualifications Include…

  • Strongly prefer EHS experience in a highly regulated manufacturing environment
  • Experience leading lean and continuous improvement processes
  • PMP certification
  • 10+ years of experience implementing and managing Safety Programs such as Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO), confined space, industrial hygiene, respiratory protection, PPE, hearing conservation, bloodborne pathogens, mobile equipment (PIT), machine guarding, hazardous energy control, chemical safety.
  • Leadership Experience with OHSAS 18001 (or ISO 45001) and ISO 14001
  • Experience determining hazardous materials transportation regulations requirements
  • Environmental compliance experience in all areas: air, water, waste
  • Experience working with regulatory agencies: SCAQMD, LA County Sanitation, DTSC, CUPA, DOT, OSHA, CARB
  • Industrial Hygiene experience
  • Experience with internal and regulatory agency audits

Moog Aircraft Group is the leader of advanced flight controls for commercial and military aircraft. We are positioned on virtually every aircraft in the marketplace, supplying reliable systems that are highly supportable and add significant value for our customers. Moog Aircraft Group is a sector of Moog (NYSE:MOG-A). Moog designs, manufactures and integrates precision motion control components and systems. Our high-performance solutions are used in satellites and space vehicles, military and commercial aircraft, launch vehicles, missiles, industrial machinery, marine applications, and medical equipment. Headquartered in East Aurora, NY, we employ over 13,000 employees in 28 countries. While we are most known for our products that are the best in the industry, what’s unique about Moog is our culture of trust and mutual respect that allows for personal initiative, autonomy and excellence.

At Moog we work in an environment where people trust, respect and encourage one another. We believe in our people, and it shows in everything we do. We invite you to become part of our continued success.

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/sr-environmental-health-safety-ehs-project-manager-at-moog-inc-2681712691/

Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards Health and Safety Manager

July 28, 2021

About the job

Meaningful Work From Day One Lead Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards as the Health and Safety subject matter expert, while promoting a positive, behavior based, safety culture through leadership and employee engagement and education in support of Brown-Forman’s Responsible Production mindset. Responsible for implementing health and safety programs at Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards, as prescribed by OSHA, Cal-OSHA, other local, state, and governmental agencies, and Brown-Forman, ensuring regulatory compliance and an enhanced safety culture. Maintains expertise of state and federal OSHA/Governmental regulations and compliance requirements, Brown-Forman safety policies and industry norms and practices related to providing a safe, and compliant operating environment at the site. Develops and implements safety policies and practices; coordinates and conducts planned safety audits, safety related training and periodic review and evaluation of safety procedures and practices; supports and advises the site’s safety committees; and serves as the primary liaison with the Global Health and Safety Manager, Corporate Security Director and Risk Management on safety and security related issues. Develops and implements current and new initiatives, programs, and process improvements to reduce injuries and illnesses and continuous improvement programs for overall Health and Safety performance. Responsible for maintaining written safety programs, and partners with individual departments in the preparation of written JRAs and SOPs, as they pertain to safety. Manages safety related costs (capital and expense), provides health and safety guidance for capital projects, provides input into safety related budgetary items, tracks performance to plan and prepares reports and presentations on costs associated with safety programs and metrics. Creates accountability programs with all functions and associates to aggressively minimize incidents and injuries. Maintains constant communication with the site’s Leadership Team helping lead the problem-solving process for Health and Safety.

https://bf.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/USA_Canada/job/Sonoma-Cutrer-Vineyard—California-Windsor/Sonoma-Cutrer-Vineyards-Health-and-Safety-Manager_JR-00002738-1?AL=1&codes=JOBB-DE

What You Can Expext

Safety and Health – 90%

Provide proactive leadership of all Health and Safety programs at Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards.

Support Global Production’s key performance indicators of SMQPDC, and lead with a Responsible Production mindset.

Ensure 100% compliance of the site’s operation with regulatory requirements relating to Industrial Hygiene, Ergonomics, Health and Safety.

Develop and implement current and new initiatives, programs and process improvements to reduce injuries and illnesses and continuous improvement programs for overall Health and Safety performance.

Monitor safety related costs (capital and expense), capital requests, provide input into safety related budgetary items, track performance to plan and prepare reports and presentations on costs associated with safety programs and metrics.

Create accountability programs with all functions and associates to aggressively minimize incidents and injuries.

Develop and implement safety committees to drive employee and leadership involvement in safety performance.

Develop and maintain excellent local and state agency relationships.

Support and conduct Health and Safety compliance assurance and B-F Metrics audits and provide sustainable corrective actions for resolution.

Facilitate incident investigations to determine root cause and identify sustainable solutions utilizing 5whys/7ways.

Conduct ergonomic evaluations and drive for short- and long-term corrective actions to reduce Musculoskeletal injuries and resultant worker compensation costs.

Create and deliver highly impactful/interactive injury reduction and regulatory required training.

Establish proactive Health and Safety culture and reduce risk taking behaviors to prevent accidents in the workplace.

Manage data on B-F Corporate Google/Salesforce site and prepare reports as necessary.

Support B-F wellness activities to promote workplace and employee health.

Worker Compensation – 10%

Working with the HR manager, handling local worker compensation claims, issues and disability costs through B-F claims management practices, Active Caring, and Return to Work programs.

Work with Corporate Safety Manager and HR Manager for all local claims settlement and case management decisions.

We Are Looking For People Who

Perform associated and other duties as required.

Have a BS or BA Degree in Occupational Safety & Health, Environmental Science, or related discipline and minimum 3 years of H&S experience – leading Health and Safety compliance programs in a manufacturing environment.

Strong knowledge of OSHA and Cal-OSHA regulations.

Manufacturing operations experience required, preferably in Agriculture and Food/Beverage industry

Demonstrated ability to lead in a cross-functional team and cross-functional departments.

Excellent oral, written and training communication skills.

Ability to prioritize and drive multiple programs.

Proven record of problem solving, results and accomplishments.

Demonstrated knowledge of Health, Safety, Security, Fire and Government regulations.

Strong Computer skills (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Docs, etc.)

Bilingual communication verbal and written – English/Spanish

Willingness to travel within site’s locations

Collaborative and Creative mindset

What You Can Add To The Team

Education: BS or BA Degree in Occupational Safety & Health, Environmental Science or related discipline.

Experience: Minimum 3 years of H&S experience – leading Health and Safety compliance programs in a manufacturing environment.

Advanced computer skills

Audit Experience Or Qualifications

Board Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)

Job Competencies

Building Productive Relationships

Analytical Thinking

Communicating Through a Diverse Lens

Influencing Others

Business Acumen

Brown-Forman Corporation is committed to equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment. It is the policy of Brown-Forman Corporation to provide full and equal employment opportunities to all employees and potential employees without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, physical or mental disability or any other legally protected status.

VP of Loss Prevention

July 28, 2021

Are you a seasoned safety management professional who wants to make a difference?  Do you have the ability to manage a multi-disciplinary team of managers and staff working on multiple projects that help our policyholders make their workplaces safe? 

State Compensation Insurance Fund has an opening for a Vice President of Loss Prevention in Southern California who will oversee field management/staff.

As the Vice President of Loss Prevention you will be responsible for managing a team of managers and senior staff that delivers onsite safety services for our Southern California policyholders. You will have the ability to create innovative approaches that make a difference in making workplaces safe.  In addition, you will be responsible to:

  • Oversee the Southern management team who supervise loss prevention professionals
  • Assist management in supervising, evaluating and monitoring the training of loss prevention staff
  • Serve as a technical resource and subject matter expert
  • Oversee the analysis of effectiveness of programs
  • Provide support for development of policies and procedures and provide support to management

Minimum Qualifications:

  • One year of experience in CA State Service as a Senior Safety Engineer, Senior Industrial Hygienist, District Manager Division of Occupational Safety, or Area Manager CAL/OSHA Consultation Service OR
  • Three years of experience in CA State Service as an Associate Safety Engineer or Associate Industrial Hygienist OR
  • Five years of experience as a safety engineer or industrial hygienist with responsibility organizing and administering a comprehensive safety or industrial hygiene program, one year serving in an administrative or supervisor capacity over the work safety engineers or industrial hygienists AND
  • Graduation from college in a field related to occupational safety and health (specific majors listed on CalHR)

For more information on the Minimum Qualifications, please visit https://www.calhr.ca.gov/state-hr-professionals/Pages/3871.aspx

Preferred Skills you bring to the position:

  • Knowledge of California worker compensation industry
  • Knowledge of insurance carrier/broker relationships
  • Knowledge of Cal OSHA safety regulations
  • Advanced certifications such as ARM, CSP
  • Ability to travel within Southern California and to statewide meetings
  • Bi-lingual in Spanish a plus

This position is a teleworking management position which must be located in the Southern California region.

***TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION, PLEASE FOLLOW THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS ON THE OFFICIAL BULLETIN FOUND ON WWW.JOBS.CA.GOV: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=261929

Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) Field Technician

Date: June 28, 2021

Location: Irvine, CA

Scope

The Field Technician is responsible for performing environmental inspections and environmental monitoring of asbestos, mold or other regulated/potentially hazardous materials for removal and abatement projects.

In this role, the Field Technician will provide superior technical field and reporting services adhering to Chubb Global Risk Advisors’ standard operating protocols and client specific scope of service. Adhere to best in class standards and practices in executing field assignments, delivering accurate, and defensible scientific data.

Primary Responsibilities

Working under direct or indirect supervision or within a team environment, the Field Technician is responsible for the following core responsibilities:

  • When on-site, act as direct representative of Chubb Global Risk Advisors in relationship to the client; and when within scope of services, monitor and oversee clients’ contractors.
  • Evaluate contractor performance and advise the client.
  • Under direct supervision of Project Managers, interface with and respond to regulatory and enforcement agencies at the project site. Provide requested information depending upon issue involved when appropriate.
  • Maintain chain of custody of sampling activity, analytical data and project record keeping (log book) in accordance with regulatory requirements and Chubb Global Risk Advisors’ record keeping responsibilities.
  • Maintain proficiency and understanding in the use of scientific instruments and sampling protocols to ensure valid sample collection and reliable data analysis in compliance with regulations.
  • Maintain high ethical standards in the performance of services, and understand the ethical standards of client and report actual or perceived unethical conduct or behavior.
  • Under direct oversight of a Project Manager or the Regional Manager, understand project details, schedule and scope of work, and provide supporting information to Project Managers when change orders may be required.
  • Maintain required certifications mandated by the regulations and take an active role in maintaining respiratory fitness through Chubb Global Risk Advisors medical surveillance program.

Duties

Specific duties or tasks of the Indoor Environmental Quality Consultant include the following:

  • Assist in the development of and implementation of project work plans for tasks which involve area of experience or expertise.
  • Perform sampling programs involving collection of soil, water, asbestos, paint chip, air emissions, indoor air, mold or waste samples.
  • Operate standard environmental monitoring instruments.
  • Record field data, observations and analytical results.
  • Manage subcontractors on-site work activities; oversees client’s retained contractor during environmental remediation activities.
  • Make decisions regarding minor changes to the work plan where required to accomplish the task.

Report preparation tasks:

  • Prepare project logs and descriptions of field activities.
  • Prepare compliance monitoring report.
  • Prepare sample data inventory tables in Chubb Global Risk Advisors’ approved report format.
  • Routine scientific or technical calculations.

Field assistance in the following areas:

  • Collection and analysis of personal and area air samples in conjunction with asbestos abatement.
  • Sampling of soil, water, wastes, asbestos building materials, paint, mold and other materials.
  • Air emissions and indoor air quality sampling.
  • Operation of monitoring instruments.
  • Completion of inspection and analytical data forms.
  • Records and historical documentation review.
  • Inspection of regulated work areas, equipment, work methods, and compliance with project specifications or industry accepted best practices.
  • Oversee waste container removal and completion of landfill documentation forms.
  • Completion of project log books.

Assist with the conduct of regulated and hazardous material surveys, including:

  • Identification of suspect materials and collection of bulk samples when included in the project scope.
  • Measurements of quantities and dimensions.
  • Completion of site inspection and dimensions.
  • Handling and proper recording of material samples.
  • Interpretation of analytical results.
  • Preparation of draft report product for Project Manager Quality Review.
  • Other project duties as assigned by Project Manager or Manager.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in an environmental or other scientific discipline from a regionally accredited university.
  • 1+ years of work experience in a technical or scientific capacity, or equivalent experience in the environmental consulting field.
  • Appropriate technical certificates recognizing specific training or expertise in a discipline related to Chubb Global Risk Advisors’ core services (asbestos, mold, and lead certifications for inspection and project monitoring).
  • Required Asbestos Certifications for CA (Inspector, Project Monitor) a plus.
  • Experience with basic Industrial Hygiene sampling and mold / Indoor Air Quality Assessments a plus.

Required Skills and Behaviors:

  • Must be able to carry out sampling and data management tasks accurately and in accordance with standard procedures.
  • Must be able to learn and apply regulatory requirements in routine sampling tasks.
  • Must learn to operate and maintain standard monitoring instruments.
  • Must be able to work safely at all times.
  • Must be well organized with the ability to meet schedule commitments.
  • Must be able to make accurate field decisions to assure project integrity and cost-effectiveness.
  • Must be able to manage subcontractor tasks to assure successful project completion.

Special Requirements:

  • Must be capable of obtaining Health & Safety certification for hazardous waste (pursuant to OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120) / asbestos (pursuant to OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1101).
  • Must be able to perform strenuous physical activities.
  • Travel within California is required.

https://acetalent.taleo.net/careersection/application.jss?lang=en&type=1&csNo=10000&portal=2140431233&reqNo=500428&isOnLogoutPage=true