Corporate Safety Director


Leader of the successful delivery of Environmental, Health and Safety responsibilities across the corporation. Manages, implements and maintains required EHS operational processes to ensure company and employee awareness, comprehension and adherence to approved environmental, health and safety practices.



  • Bachelor?s degree in Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Health, Safety or Environmental Management or other associated discipline.

Essential functions and responsibilities:

  • Corporate subject matter expert in Environmental Health & Safety, responsible for the provision of information, training and support to ensure compliance with current and new regulations and legislation

  • Supporting external audits?

  • Responsible for the development of corporate EH&S guidelines and policies, ensuring that local obligations are met

  • Identify and evaluate the environmental aspects of site facilities and their operations, research and implement minimization techniques to reduce environmental impact

  • Maintain site preparedness and emergency plans & procedures

  • The key point of escalation for accidents and incidents reporting and ensure appropriate measures implemented to minimize future risk

  • Conducts oversight EHS and Quality inspections/audits of operations and subcontractors to ensure compliance to contract performance requirements and applicable EHS laws, regulations and standards.?

  • Establishes, maintains and communicates program metrics related to injuries and incidents.

  • Maintain the accident/injury log such as the OSHA Form 300 for the company.

  • Oversees injury and incident investigations through unit level management

  • Ensures expedient injury and incident trend and causal analysis and reporting to Leadership, including recommendations to address identified issues.?

  • Maintains awareness of regulatory changes and disseminates safety-related bulletins, technical changes and literature to work site personnel.

  • Provides leadership training and knowledge transfer to staff members and teams as necessary.

  • Filing, record keeping, and all reporting functions for OSHA 300?s, accidents, etc.

  • Ensures ongoing worker safety training is conducted across all units

  • Chairs company Occupational Safety and Health committee.

  • Liaise with Human Resources, General Managers, and Owners to reduce worker injuries and workers compensation claims

  • Assists as necessary in implementation of a hazard communication program and preparation of reports.

  • Reviews process-operating procedures/records and provides input for safety and health considerations.

  • Understands federal and state occupational safety and health regulations and monitors regulatory changes as they occur.

  • Advises on all regulatory changes by which the company must comply, providing sufficient notice to ensure compliance by the effective date new regulations take effect.

  • Audits practices and records of the company to ensure compliance with company programs and federal/state occupational safety and health regulations.

  • Reviews organization?s safety committee meeting minutes and safety inspection reports. Follows up as necessary.

  • Responsible for delivery of Annual Operation Plan deliverables

  • Monthly KPI reporting against agreed metrics

  • EH&S management reporting; review the current EH&S management reporting requirements make recommendations where necessary. Ensure the timely submission of reports.

  • Operational Plan reporting; report on progress of implementation of yearly operational plan initiatives

  • Maintaining and improving the EH&S management system, ensuring that policies and procedures meet the national and local requirement.

Nonessential functions:

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???????? Must be able and willing to work a flexible schedule.

???????? Ability to understand, read, communicate, and write in English. Bilingual Spanish a plus

???????? Able to work in a fast-paced environment.

???????? Ability to meet requirements necessary to obtain a PANYNJ (Port Authority), Port ID (per TSA regulations and more specifically, 49 CFR ?1542.209)

???????? Must be willing to travel to all units

? ? ? ?Certified Safety Professional or Certified Industrial Hygienist designation preferred.

? ? ? ?Minimum five (5) years of directly relevant safety experience work required, preferably in aviation.

? ? ? ?Eight (8) years? progressively responsible experience in any combination within program management, plant & operations management, or safety management & environmental compliance.

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