Environmental Health and Safety Manager


EHS Manager

The EHS Manager will provide overall leadership to ensure compliance with OSHA, EPA and related regulations, including Company Water policies and procedures. Plans, develops, administers, and manages organization safety policies, programs and training. Manages the maintenance of records on accidents and prepares appropriate reports. Audits facility and operations and investigates accidents. Recommends and/or initiates changes to mitigate hazard and repeat accidents. Responsible for plant and office physical security. Conduct or oversee training for personnel on safety, health and environmental issues. Provides advice on safety and protection; and carries out audits to ensure that organization and government standards on environment, health and safety are met.


Provide EHS leadership for the NH operations
Manage EHS compliance programs in accordance with federal, state and local regulations as well as lead the EHS Management System across the operations
Interface with regulatory agencies including OSHA, EPA plus state/local regulatory agencies (e.g. NHDES)
Coordinate and/or undertake environmental monitoring (air, water, stormwater, wastewater, lead, waste)
Develop written procedures and conduct EHS assessments
Undertake permitting and associated deliverables management (air, wastewater, stormwater, hazardous and universal waste)
Develop and submit EPA SARA Title III submittals (Tier II, Form Rs)
Conduct EHS audits and corrective action planning
Provide EHS training (e.g., RCRA, HAZCOM, SPCC, Lockout/Tagout, Forklift, PPE, etc.)
Lead investigation of all accidents and incidents
Collaborate with the Human Resources Department in worker’s compensation, transitional return to work, and wellness initiatives
Maintain EHS files and records to ensure compliance with all applicable EHS policies and regulations
Interface and collaborate with other EHS leaders globally.


Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, Industrial Safety, Occupational Medicine, or related degree.


Manage a team of 3 or more direct reports


Requirement – Minimum of 10 years of directly applicable experience
Professional certification preferred (e.g., CSP, CHMM, PE, COHN)
Excellent working knowledge of OSHA and EPA regulations (e.g., EPCRA, CAA, CWA, SPCC, NESHAP, etc.)
Knowledge of proper protocol for exposure monitoring
Experience in accident investigation, analysis and corrective action planning
Ability to influence and interact effectively with all levels of the organization
General knowledge or worker’s compensation
General knowledge or transitional return to work programs
Hands on leader
Project and cost management skills
Occasional travel as needed