The PSM/Facilities Compliance Coordinator will be responsible for understanding industrial refrigeration systems and equipment, process safety management, as well as basic management principles and practices. A sound understanding of industrial ammonia refrigeration systems is essential in order to establish the proper context for the application of process safety management standard. An in-depth understanding of both process safety principles and the PSM regulation itself is a cornerstone requirement. In addition, the PSM/Facilities Compliance Coordinator must be familiar with other related safe work practices and regulations.
The PSM/Facilities Compliance Coordinator must be capable of effectively working with others including leading teams of technical staff (technicians, subject matter experts, safety professionals and others) and coordinating work on the covered process being conducted by plant personnel and outside contractors. Finally, the PSM/Facilities Compliance Coordinator must be capable of effectively communicating above and below.
The PSM/Facilities Compliance Coordinator is responsible for designing, developing and implementing a management system that results in satisfaction of the 14 elements of OSHA's PSM program. The system should result in continual improvement of the program and a safe workplace.
* Oversee the "Management of Change" procedure and include in the Process Safety Management binders and electronic file system. This process will require:
o Description of the change and its effects
o Updated operating procedures
o Updated Process Hazards Analysis
o Proper authorizations to effect the change
o Updated process safety information, such as revised flow diagrams, P&ID's, inventory calculations, etc.
o Assigned Management of Change form numbers and logging forms
* Plan and facilitate pre-startup review meetings as required to review work permits, ammonia system changes and management of change procedures. Retain and file all documents generated by the pre-startup safety review including the Management of Change form that initiated a new or significantly modified process
* Plan and lead weekly PSM committee meetings with refrigeration, production, and the evacuation monitors. Communicate all ammonia related changes to all parties involved
* Conduct PHA training (Process Hazard Analysis)
* Initiate and lead incident investigations of ammonia leaks and all other ammonia related concerns
* Audit PSM program, communicate audit results to plant Leadership Team, and follow up on determined plan of action
* Work with the Utilities Manager/Facilities Engineer to ensure all forms and files are completed
* Audit the refrigeration department and communicate results, including when forms and or steps are required. Ensure action plans are followed up on, and track results
* Maintain and update all documentation regarding announcements or articles relating to ammonia refrigeration PSM. This information will be retained for a minimum of five years
* Prepare and present PSM issues tracking report to the Environmental Manager. The report will contain any procedures and findings that need to be addressed
* Track all hourly and salaried employee safety related concerns about any aspect of the PSM program. The issues will be submitted in writing to the PSM Coordinator, and he/she will provide a written answer within 30 days of receipt. The statements and answers will be filed and the records retained for a minimum of five years
* Record and file PSM meeting minutes including a complete list of attendees and Incident Investigation review
* Document and file all Process Safety Information (PSI)
* Assist the Utilities Manager/Environmental Manager in the completion of the 14 elements of the PSM program
* Ensure all Mechanical Integrity related PSM tasks (109 inspections, SCBA inspections, APR inspections, etc.) are completed and filed
* Ensure compliance with all necessary audits (5 year Mechanical Integrity Audit, 3 Year PSM Audt, 5 year PHA Revalidation, etc.)
o High school diploma & 7+ years' work (related technical) experience OR
o A.A.S. in a technical discipline (HVAC&R, electrical, mechanical) & 4+ years related work experience OR
o B.S. in Engineering (mechanical or chemical) & 1+ year work experience OR
o B.S. Environmental or Civil Engineering and 2 years work experience
* Computer literacy including use of Microsoft Office, Maximo, and SAP
* Knowledge of safe work practices (LOTO, confined space, hot work)
* Refrigeration technology competency and knowledge of: single stage compression, two stage compression, and liquid transfers systems
* Knowledge of components and equipment of ammonia and refrigeration system
* Technology documentation - process flow diagrams, piping and instrument diagrams
* Knowledge of ammonia and refrigeration system. IIAR standards and guidelines
* Understand 14 written elements under the PSM program
* Understand compliance and codes of Facility Fire Protection systems
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