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Environmental Health and Safety Manager Job in Toledo, Ohio US

Environmental Health and Safety Manager


Posted: 5/13/2024 - Expires: 8/11/2024

Job ID: 273400843


Job Description

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The primary purpose of the EHS Manager is to provide leadership and direction to assure that the assigned location(s) and employee populations are knowledgeable and compliant in the applicable areas of Environmental Health & Safety. This position will champion projects, and activities to achieve location and company goals & objectives. Reports directly to the Senior Regional EHS Manager and in-directly (dotted line) to assigned location Plant Manager. As a part of the extended corporate EHS team, this position will periodically be assigned to corporate initiatives or teams and/or directed to assist other company locations/Organizations with projects (remote or travel to location).


Develop and implement policies and programs for local compliance with applicable local, region and federal EHS regulations (OSHA, EPA, etc.) for assigned locations and groups
Ensure local policies and procedures for safe work are developed, implemented and followed at the assigned work location by leading location/area managers and teams to communicate, promote and practice safe operating practices/procedures
Develop and implement procedures for local compliance with corporate incident Reporting and Investigation programs and requirements
Provide EHS technical expertise to local trained investigation teams with the explicit purpose to identify root causes and suggest corrective measures to prevent recurrence of similar incidents in the future
Develop, arrange, implement and/or conduct EHS training necessary to maintain EHS regulatory compliance for the location(s) and or organization
Occasional travel to assigned location/site for the purpose of general inspection to detect existing or potential EHS hazards and determine corrective actions where indicated
Maintain and execute an EHS compliance calendar for all required regulatory and policy activities for all locations and organizations assigned
Lead, support and serve in a Management leadership capacity on EHS related committees for assigned locations and organizations
Ensures mandatory Regulatory event reporting (OSHA, EPA, etc.) is completed, i.e. annual OSHA 300 log, notification of serious accident, hospitalization or death
Leads local system (procedures, call tree, messaging system, etc.) for EHS regulatory agency inspections and site contact/visits
Develops local system (procedures, equipment specifications, training, secure volunteers etc.) for location Emergency Response and performance
Leadership of location(s) emergency response capability including necessary drills and training
Performs and maintains local and Corporate assigned performance metrics, developing corrective actions plans in collaboration with site management to close identified gaps and then develop goals for upcoming calendar year to enhance and improve overall site EHS compliance performance
Analyzes and communicates EHS data trends, compliance performance and permitting activity and leads location EHS review meetings with location leadership team(s), EHS Corporate and other applicable higher management levels of the company
Performs EHS policy and regulation required annual reviews and audits of assigned locations and develops corrective action plans with location owners to correct findings
Plan and implement environmental compliance programs, prepare/submit permits/reports for compliance with laws/regulations for environmental issues such as (not limited to) Water Discharge, Solid Waste and/or other applicable waste streams (industrial or general, local/state/national compliance)
Ensures required systems are in place for environmental analytical testing and record keeping requirements to be performed as necessary to maintain compliance
Manages, evaluates and promotes applicable Sustainability actions according to company or location requirements
Ensure location(s) SDS management system is operable and meets local/state/national regulations
Implement and maintain according to Corporate policy and local regulations, a Hazardous chemical (Industrial Hygiene) monitoring programs as needed for location(s) and/or Organization(s)
Serve as local EHS representative for Capital Projects in order to review for EHS uncontrolled hazards, impacts and permitting requirements
Reviews new process/equipment or new construction and/or building modifications for EHS impacts and collaborates with appropriate project teams in developing corrective actions to address findings
Develop local procedures, training and leadership to ensure appropriate usage of Company Corporate EHS Management Database systems (e.g. Origami) by assigned locations and organizations
Monitors and reports to location and/or functional area leadership on the status and effectiveness of EHS related corrective and preventive actions.
Collaborate with local Facilities/Maintenance Engineering and Corporate Loss Control Insurance program activity including inspections and corrective action activities
Serve as local EHS support to corporate functional groups (e.g. HR, Risk Management) providing medical and workers compensation services to establish care, treatment and claim management for on the job injuries
Other duties as assigned


Bachelor's degree in EHS or related Science field is required. In lieu of Bachelor's degree, 5+years' experience within EHS function will be considered
Minimum 3years' experience in EHS function preferably within a Manufacturing, Facilities Management and/or Research Laboratory setting with direct responsibility for EHS activity and experience with Regulatory Agency interactions (inspections, official written response, arbitration, etc.).
Preference for applicable EHS related professional certifications (e.g. GSP, ASP, CSP,etc.)
Thorough understanding of EHS science; analytical and problem-solving skills; strong communication skills (speaking and listening)
Working knowledge of EHS regulation with strong understanding of OSHA and EPA laws
Priority made for: Technical Writing, Negotiation, Conflict Resolution, and Training skills


Basic management skills to include formalized methodologies (goal setting, performance tracking, etc.)
Strong written and verbal communication skills, and strong business acumen
Ability to manage complex operations and projects, and lead EHS intiatives
Incumbent will be required to adequately function with basic software programs (Windows, MS Office, etc.)
Works with minimal direct supervision at all times based upon the incumbent's experience, judgment and understanding of regulatory requirements, management systems and site objectives
Most decisions are jointly made by collaboration with assigned site management teams (e.g. Plant, Supply Chain, etc.)
Financial responsibilities include managing assigned operating budgets and collaboration with assigned Location/Organization leader budget/spend approvals

Working Conditions

Occasional Domestic US travel (2-3 trips per year) is expected for this position
Majority of work will be performed in typical office, warehouse and Manufacturing plant environment
Occasional work in laboratory, and manufacturing operations environments
Position may occasionally require moderate physical work necessary for emergency response duties

Additional Information
Why work for Cornerstone Building Brands?

Our teams are at the heart of our purpose to positively contribute to the communities where we live, work and play. Full-time* team members receive** medical, dental and vision benefits starting day 1. Other benefits include PTO, paid holidays, FSA, life insurance, LTD, STD, 401k, EAP, discount programs, tuition reimbursement, training, and professional development. You can also join one of our Employee Resource Groups which help support our commitment to providing a diverse and inclusive work environment.

*Full-time is defined as regularly working 30+ hours per week. **Union programs may vary depending on the collective bargaining agreement.

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
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Cornerstone Building Brands is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, religion, color, protected veteran status, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or national origin.

Job Summary

Employment Type:
Full Time Employee
Job type:
Federal Contractor
Skill Based Partner:
Education Level:
Bachelor's degree
Work Days:
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
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