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|Job Ref:||16-10400||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Industry:||Aerospace||Country:||United States||County/State:||Washington||City:||Bremerton||Address:||Post Date:||16/10/2016 05:09|
A. Conducts shipboard safety walk thru inspections for on and off site vessels as required daily.|
B. Safety walks of the facility grounds to ensure compliance of environmental and safety hazards.
C. Inspects and maintains fire extinguishers, eye wash stations, and ear plug dispensing stations.
D. Maintains MSDS/SDS sheets for contract availabilities in progress.
E. Maintains lab analysis of paint and installation samples per assigned availabilities
F. Conduct breathing air surveillances.
G. Inspect scaffolding systems daily prior to commencement of work.
H. Conduct Grade D breathing air test.
I. Conduct Industrial lift Equipment spot checks for licenses and ODCL (Operator Daily Check List) completion.
J. Helps create and edit new work instructions, procedures or training materials and participates in training events (leading and attending).
A. Must have a High School diploma or GED; with typical 4 years of directly related EHS experience or AS Degree in related EHS field.
B. Typically requires a BS Degree in a related field, preferably in Industrial Safety or Environmental Compliance, or significant experience in shipyard trade operations and typical 2 years of experience performing the EHS inspection duties.
C. Continuing education in approved EHS related courses towards a Professional Certificate in EHS or equivalent and/or seeking a higher education degree in a related field.
A. Committed to the EHS mission and its vision and values, adapts and remains flexible, performs ethically and self-manages efficiently and professionally.
B. Extensive knowledge of ship repair or other manufacturing operations, facilities, processes and operating procedures to understand the impact that Federal, State and Local EHS regulations.
C. Knowledgeable of:
1. Applicable Federal, State and local EHS regulations (1915, 1910, EPA).
2. Presentation techniques for EHS training.
3. Techniques used to recognize HS hazards and environmental risks.
4. Working with and management of hazardous materials and wastes.
5. Ship configuration, shipbuilding techniques and operations.
6. Safe operation of tools and machinery.
D. Knowledge and experience with accident prevention principles, spill mitigation and their application to industrial operations; to learn techniques of making field inspections, conducting investigations, and identifying hazards; and other relevant skills..
E. Conduct daily inspections of assigned areas ensuring that all operations (including those of Sub-Contractors) are in compliance with Federal, State and local regulations and NASSCO EHS policies and procedures; identify EHS hazards or deficiencies and initiates corrective action through production supervision.
F. Prepare written reports on inspections, accident investigations, statistical information on injuries and illnesses, employee complaints or concerns.
G. Review current literature and trade publications in order to remain current regarding all OSHA and other applicable HS standards and regulations.
H. Establish a close working relationship and communicate with department/ship manager on a regular basis.
I. Able to identify/locate various compartments on board vessels.
J. Must be able to gain access to government facilities.
K. Must have current driver's license.
L. Must have the ability to communicate effectively in English in both oral and written applications in order to successfully interact with management and employees.
M. Able to think and solve problems; uses reference materials, organizing strategies, and uses time and resources effectively.
N. Capable of interacting with others; promoting customer's satisfaction; respects diversity; resolves conflicts.
O. Computes and reasons mathematically.
P. Other responsibilities and duties as assigned.
Must be able to access all Navy installations and other shipyards. While performing the duties of this position, the employee must be able to enter confined spaces, work at heights and in confining or restricted spaces aboard vessels under construction/repair. Daily inspections require entering confined spaces, climbing ladders, working at heights, walking on scaffolding, observing use of tools and operation of equipment/machinery. Physical dexterity must allow for bending, reaching, climbing, crawling, and working on ladders and scaffolding. Must be physically able to walk to all yard locations. Must be able to handle stressful situations. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds of weight. Visual abilities required include close, distance and peripheral vision, depth perception and color recognition. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to vapors, gases, dust, welding/burning fumes, and smoke. Must be able to spend up to 90% of time in an outdoor shipyard environment in all climates. The noise level is usually moderate to extremely noisy 90% of the time, which may include sirens, horns, chipping, and hammering. May be required to travel for company business.