American Industrial Hygiene Association
Sacramento Valley Section
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Ken Beutler, CIH
email: KBeutler -at- dtsc.ca.gov
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Environmental Health & Safety Engineer
The EHS Engineer position will be responsible for providing Health and Safety support to Cepheid Manufacturing operations based in Lodi with occasional travel to Sunnyvale. This position will report to the Sr. Manager EHS & Product Safety. Responsibilities will include safety engineering, safety training, tracking and reporting key safety metrics, safety inspections, and tracking corrective actions. Experience with manufacturing job hazard analyses and related injury and illness prevention programs are key to the success of this position.
- Support and audit Manufacturing Group Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) effectiveness.
- Conduct safety program audits and inspections according to established audit practices; communicate audit results, and develop and track corrective actions.
- Assist with industrial hygiene investigations, surveys, and corrective solutions.
- Support manufacturing ergonomic evaluations and corrective solutions.
- Maintain safety related records and prepare safety performance reports as required.
- Review Manufacturing SOPs for safety and revise as necessary.
- Track and facilitate closure of identified safety action items.
- Conduct Job Hazard Analyses.
- Work with Facilities, Engineering and operating departments to incorporate design and implementation of projects with safety impacts.
- Work on various injury prevention projects as assigned by Manufacturing and EHS staff.
- Provide safety training as required by Cal-OSHA and Cepheid safety training program.
- Assist supervisors with injury/incident investigations and track corrective actions.
More Information see the info sheet.
Should your skill set and interest fit this position, contact Melissa Monroe.
Entek Consulting Group, Rocklin, CA
- Hazardous materials inspections, abatement project monitoring (including contractor compliance checks), clearance air and/or wipe sampling.
- Indoor air quality investigations, including air and/or bulk sampling.
- Workplace health and safety assessments.
- Development of technical reports, including digital photos for documentation.
- Development of written health and safety programs.
- Other duties, as needed.
Candidate must be an effective communicator, organized and detailed oriented. The ability to solve problems and make accurate and informed decisions is necessary. Experience and skills in the use of personal computers and word processing programs is required. Must be able to grasp technical and scientific information. The position requires some travel, lifting (not to exceed fifty pounds), climbing of ladders, and outside work.
More Information see the info sheet.
Should your skill set and interest fit this position, please send a resume and writing sample
to Terri Busch to be considered for an interview.
Assistant Director, OSHA Training Center
Chabot-Las Positas Community College District
-Safety programs and policies, as well as, risk assessment and plans to reduce personal safety risks; interpretation and application of regulatory rules, standards and best practices in the industry; advising leadership on the impact of implementing changes and corporate standards; develop and maintain auditable site safety metrics, manage the safety department: documentation and control systems, required recordkeeping, training, instrument/equipment maintenance.
-This individual will direct safety department personnel; be lead member of the incident investigation/management team and fire brigade, managing the Personal Safety, Emergency Response and Medical programs at the site.
The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District is seeking an Assistant Director, OSHA Training Center. This is a District management position under the direct supervision of the District Executive Director of Economic Development and Contract Education. The Assistant Director, OSHA Training Center, performs a wide variety of program oversight and project management activities to assure the successful implementation and growth of this important resource to our communities. The Assistant Director oversees the CLPCCD OTC's day to day operations and is responsible for its on-going success and growth. The person holding this position must have a solid background in safety, be knowledgeable about federal OSHA and Cal/OSHA regulations and have teaching/training experience in the area of safety and health. Additionally, s/he must be a systems thinker as well as visionary about the CLPCCD OTC's potential, and be capable of expanding the program to its full potential as a regional center. The position is charged with generating revenue in excess of the CLPCCD OTC's operating expenses and to contribute revenue for District programs.
Representative Duties and Job Characteristics
The Assistant Director, OSHA Training Center shall:
- oversee the implementation and delivery of CLPCCD OTC's courses and services, including: instructors (interviewing, scheduling, and compensation); curriculum (development and revision, course materials distribution); course scheduling; venue coordination (at District sites or client sites); certificates of completion and trainer card disbursement; and serve as point-of-contact for any issues pertaining to OSHA Training Center's activities;
- ensure program and department enrollment and financial goals are met. Expand registrations in open enrollment classes and contracted classes for businesses and organizations throughout the region (CA, AZ, NV, HI, GU) to meet and exceed minimum student numbers required by federal OSHA and to contribute to the department's revenue generation;
- plan, apportion, direct, and monitor District administrative staff and instructors' work. Assure that registration and other administrative areas pertaining to CLPCCD OTC's services (including reporting requirements from federal OSHA) are addressed smoothly and with a "customer first" approach;
- provide marketing for CLPCCD OTC services to a variety of clients, including members of the public, trade groups, and corporate and organizational clients. This includes, but is not limited to, oversight and/or creation of newsletters, blog, and website; working with the media; identifying and qualifying marketing opportunities; overseeing creation of collateral materials; conducting market research; representing OTC at trade shows, meetings and other events; and making business client sales calls to set up contract trainings and/or solicit students for open enrollment courses. Work with District colleagues to maximize impact for all marketing opportunities;
- research and solicit new ways in which to expand the CLPCCD OTC offerings. Work with businesses and governmental agencies to attract and partner with new programs, including attending regional and statewide safety events and regulatory program meetings;
- work with colleges and universities within Region IX (CA, AZ, NV, HI, GU) to incorporate OSHA classes into current curriculum, as well as creating for credit and/or not-for-credit safety technician degrees and certificates;
- work with the federal OSHA Training Institute to comply with their requirements, revisions and regulations to maintain our status as one of the top OSHA training centers in the U.S.;
- oversee the creation of online OSHA safety classes, including the development, federal approval and marketing of those classes, with the goal of creating an alternative delivery system for instruction as well as a means of ongoing revenue generation;
- research and apply for alternative funding opportunities including grants, profit-sharing relationships and partnerships to maximize delivery of safety and health courses throughout the region.
Minimum Education & Experience:
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Completion of a Bachelor's degree or higher in a related subject area, preferably in a health and safety discipline, three or more years of professional experience in workplace safety and health, including working with OSHA and/or Cal/OSHA requirements; experience with project management, marketing, training, and sales; or an equivalent combination of education and experience which indicates possession of knowledge and skills required.
The purpose of the personal qualifications statement is for you to provide information on how your education and experience relate to the requirements and duties of the position. There is no form to complete. Applicants are requested to provide their personal qualifications statement by uploading a document, the same way as you do for your cover letter.
More Information visit http://apptrkr.com/496898.
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