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Environmental, Health and Safety Manager

Date: July 21, 2021

Location:  Anaheim, CA, US, 92803

Job responsibilities include:  Manage plant areas by leading and coordinating continuous improvement activities for EHS&S, quality, and cost/productivity.

 Safety Development

  • Provides safety programs and policies.
  • Develop and assist in the implementation of site specific procedures, work as a team member with Area Safety Teams & Committees.
  • Conduct program and policy reviews and provide recommendations for program improvements.
  • Develop new programs or update existing programs and policies as required.
  • Provide plant wide leadership and influence to improve organizational safety performance

Environmental, Health, Safety, & Security Reporting

  • Primary contact for governmental reporting agencies and assures that EHS, RCMS & PSM requirements are clearly defined and adhered to by departmental managers.
  • Maintain/achieve site VPP star status by ensuring EHS&S compliance with PSM regulations.
  •  Participates in safety procedure/program reviews and updates.
  •  Identification of trends in incidents and near miss reports and ensures actions are completed to address root causes in a cost effective and timely manner.
  •  Provide subject matter expertise regarding state and federal regulation and best practices.

Safety training

  • Provide plant employee safety training.
  • Develop, prioritize and implement training projects or programs to protect people, processes, products and environment from exposures to injury, risk or economic loss.
  • Assist conducting plant wide safety meetings on various safety topics to ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Conduct with new hire safety orientation to ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Develop targeted safety training projects as requested.

Safety Leadership 

  • Lead, direct, and coordinate safety, environmental health, Responsible Care, training and loss control activities toward continuous improvement.
  • Provides and supports safety leadership to all plant functions, to develop proactive approaches, to safety and to achieve plant and company goals and objectives.
  • Provide assistance during plant turnarounds, and other construction/repair projects.
  • Serve as the site’s Security Officer ensuring compliance with MTSA standards


  •  5-7 years of experience in EHS &S in a manufacturing environment is required
  • Bachelor’s degree in Safety or Environmental Management or related field is required

Established in 1932, Stepan Company is a major manufacturer of basic and intermediate chemicals including surfactants, polymers, as well as specialty ingredients that go into consumer, household, and institutional products such as laundry detergents, shampoos, and surface cleaners. Stepan Company currently has 20 global manufacturing locations and over 2,000 employees. We have a strong record of growth. Our growth allows us to provide meaningful career opportunities and stability to our team members. We have big goals at Stepan and know every team member will be crucial to achieving our objectives. Regardless of function, we are looking for team members who bring with them a growth mindset, an entrepreneurial spirit, and the ability to thrive in an evolving environment.

We celebrate diversity at Stepan and are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive environment. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, disability, age, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law.

Senior Construction Safety Consultant

Chubb Global Risk Advisors  

Location: Irvine, California

Date: July 9, 2021

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The role of the HSE Construction Consultant is integral in ensuring customer satisfaction and the profitable growth of Chubb Global Risk Advisors (CGRA). We work with our clients to understand their specific needs and provide customized solutions with projects ranging from small commercial to heavy civil, oil & gas, bridges, tunnels, high-rise and more.

This role regularly interfaces with all levels of HSE operations, CGRA Sales and Marketing, Contractors, OCIP’s and CCIP’s, Chubb Underwriting, and broker partners. This role will provide Health, Safety, and Environmental consultative services to assigned clients in a specific territory. Travel required to support Chubb Global Risk Advisors clients regionally and occasionally throughout the US.


  • Assists clients in the development and implementation of written HSE policies, programs and practices.
  • Work as an individual consultant or as a member of a team to conduct HSE audits and assessments to provide best practice risk avoidance and mitigation recommendations and techniques.
  • Develop and deliver technical safety and health training.
  • Conducts risk evaluation surveys pre-and post-bind, to assist in the underwriting process of new and renewal business. Evaluate compliance with federal, state and local regulations.
  • Prepare technically detailed reports providing a clear assessment of risk and appropriate recommendations.
  • Assist clients on implementation of Safety and Health programs and audit recommendations.
  • Build and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders that may include underwriters, brokers/agents, and clients.
  • Performs special assignments and projects as assigned.


  • A minimum 7 years of Construction Safety and Health Consulting safety experience supporting customers across multiple industries.
  • Must have a minimum of 3 years working for or directly with a heavy civil contractor.
  • BS degree in safety related sciences, engineering, related field, or equivalent.
  • CHST designation essential, ASP, CSP, ARM, and CRIS strongly desired.
  • Must be an OSHA Authorized Construction Trainer (OSHA 10-30 hour)
  • Expertise in safety and health compliance, practices, problem solving and verification.
  • Must be able to understand the processes related to heavy civil work, understand the hazards associated with the phases of and best practice mitigation techniques.
  • Possesses understanding and application of risk control principles and techniques as it relates to Hazard/Exposure Identification, Analysis, Control, Risk Assessment and Management.
  • Thorough knowledge of safety regulations and recognized safe work practices is required.
  • May be required to pass a Federal security clearance, e.g. SIDA (Security Identification Display Area) or SWAC (Secure Worker Access Consortium) for access to secure areas and sites.
  • Ability to access remote job locations, climb ladders to inspect elevated work sites, work at heights and traverse difficult terrain is required.
  • Must be able to meet all of OSHA’s respirator standard and respiratory protection program guidelines in the event respirators are required.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills are essential. Good interpersonal and collaboration skills required.
  • Proficient personal computer skills with Microsoft Office programs.
  • Demonstrates consistent quality in delivering desired results and meeting operational needs.
  • Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision, is self-motivated, self-managed and disciplined.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Location – California/West Coast Region

Travel – Yes, 60% of the time

Chubb strives to offer a diverse and inclusive and rewarding work environment. Teamwork and mutual respect are central to how Chubb operates and we believe the best solutions draw upon diverse perspectives, experiences and skills. We operate in such a way where everyone, regardless of their singular background has the opportunity to contribute to our collective success.

Chubb offers a competitive compensation package and comprehensive benefits package including life, health and dental, vision, a generous retirement savings plan, disability coverage, stock purchase plan, flexible spending accounts, tuition reimbursement, and business casual dress.

At Chubb, we are committed to equal employment opportunity and compliance with all laws and regulations pertaining to it. Our policy is to provide employment, training, compensation, promotion, and other conditions or opportunities of employment, without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry, mental and physical disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, age, and pregnancy or any other characteristic protected by law. Performance and qualifications are the only basis upon which we hire, assign, promote, compensate, develop and retain employees. Chubb prohibits all unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation against any individual who reports discrimination or harassment.

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HSE Field Technician – Risk Technical Specialist

Location: Irvine, CA

Date: May 25, 2021

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Chubb is the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurer. With operations in 54 countries, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients.

Chubb Global Risk Advisors (CGRA) is a global consulting enterprise which provides health, safety, environmental, and engineering services to clients across the globe. CGRAis your single avenue to our more than 550 property and casualty engineering, health, safety and environmental consultants located wherever our clients do business – all focused on helping our clients develop and deploy solutions that advance their risk management, compliance and sustainability objectives, while positively impacting their financial results.
Chubb Global Risk Advisors will be the preferred provider of consulting and compliance services in the unbundled market while maintaining our underwriting and loss control capabilities to support Chubb. Our relentless focus on the customer experience will build our brand preference. Our customers will define us as customer-focused, experienced, flexible, creative and efficient.
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.

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.



  • 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.

  EEO Statement 

At Chubb, we are committed to equal employment opportunity and compliance with all laws and regulations pertaining to it. Our policy is to provide employment, training, compensation, promotion, and other conditions or opportunities of employment, without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry, mental and physical disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, age, and pregnancy or any other characteristic protected by law. Performance and qualifications are the only basis upon which we hire, assign, promote, compensate, develop and retain employees.  Chubb prohibits all unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation against any individual who reports discrimination or harassment. 

Work Locations

 – Irvine – Irvine Center   Irvine 92618 

Other Locations

 – USA-California-Los Angeles 


 – Risk Consulting 


 – Yes, 50 % of the Time

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