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Plant HSE Manager

Date:  06-Dec-2022
Country/Region:  US
Contract Type:  Unlimited
Requisition ID:  41860

Overall responsibilities and duties:

The HSE Manager will assume all duties of an HSE Coordinator in addition to managerial responsibilities of HSE department employees and Interns.

The role of the HSE Manager is to guarantee, according to national legislation, the respect and the enforcement of the Group's HSE policy.


The main missions of the role are:


  • Analyze the site risks and bring solutions to improve the working conditions; the level of industrial safety; and respect of the environment
  • Propose an annual HSE action plan to the site management
  • Coach and support the site management and employees
  • Support engineering team with HSE portions of SOP
  • Participate in Faurecia's HSE network and HSE reporting for the Faurecia group
  • Monitor legal compliance and manage the site's relations with local government and regulatory organizations
  • Monitor the reporting of HSE indicators (FR0t, environmental data, ...)
  • Organize and drive HSE audits and trainings
  • Carry out and investigate accident enquiries and lead preventative initiatives
  • Investigate and Manage Worker’s Compensation Claims
  • Represent company where needed in Worker’s Compensation Hearings
  • Manage return to work and safety program
  • Ensure environmental testing is completed
  • Conduct Core safety team audits and bi-weekly safety meetings
  • Conduct all safety and environmental training
  • Partner with plant and corporate program teams on new program launches.
  • Address plant ergonomic issues
  • Responsible for plant environmental legal compliance
  • Coordinate the Hearing Conservation Program with HSE Manager by providing audiometric testing, with follow-up and referrals.
  • Provide annual educational training programs in: hearing conservation, bloodborne pathogens, health effects of lead, drug and alcohol effects, and, other.
  • Administer the safety eyewear and safety shoe program.
  • Prepare and maintain current legal and governmental medical and company reporting requirements and analyze data. Maintain employee administrative records according to standards of confidentiality as required by OSHA, professional ethics codes and individual state privacy acts.
  • Maintain current awareness of applicable federal, state and local health, industrial hygiene and safety regulations. Be prepared for OSHA inspections (i.e. record retention).
  • Maintain professional competency through participation in professional education and training programs and completion of any necessary requirements to maintain professional credentials.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • On-call 24/7 for incident administration.
  • Has responsibilities and authority to:
  • Ensure the Environmental Management System (EMS) requirements are established, implemented and maintained in accordance with the current ISO 14001 standard.
  • Report on the performance of the Environmental Management System to top Management for review and as a basis for improvement to the EMS
  • Assist with any additional tasks as assigned by the company
  • Read, understand and behave in accordance to Faurecia Company Vision for Value Creation and Code of Ethics
  • Report any concerns related to Faurecia Company Vision for Value Creation, Code of Ethics and Code of Management as described in the Code of Ethics Reporting Infringements section.