Environmental Health And Safety Professional
NISC III has an opening for an Environmental Health and Safety Professional.
The selected candidate must provide support for the Eastern Service Area (ESA) Annual Environmental Occupational Safety and Health (EOSH) Facility Inspection Program as follows: The selected candidate must provide a wide range of environmental occupational safety and health inspections. The areas of inspection include facility housekeeping, slip, trip and fall hazard, personal protective equipment, fall protection, electrical safety, fire and life safety, confined space entry, asbestos, lead, blood borne pathogens, hazard communication, hearing conservation, tool safety, general work conditions, radiation safety, vehicle safety, employee health exposure, respiratory protection and indoor air quality.
The selected candidate will schedule inspections with Districts and provide updates based on District feedback. Review past inspections for issues and trends, identifying areas that require focus during the next inspection and areas that were fixed during the previous inspection. Utilize the FAA Workplace Inspection Tool (FWIT) checklist, and finalize inspection results and enter issues into FWIT. Assist Districts when requested in mitigating findings and identifying resources to resolve findings identified during the inspection.
The selected candidate must take samples of potential or known chemical, physical and biological hazards for analysis in accordance with current federal, state and local regulations and NIOSH or other criteria as described by FAA. Support will also include functioning as part of a multidisciplinary team to analyze hazards, research regulations and provide professional judgments on occupational safety and health issues. This will include participating in meetings, traveling to field locations, conducting hazard assessments and providing written reports.
Typically requires BS degree and 2 – 4 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with less than 2 years of prior relevant experience.
2-4 years of environmental, health, and safety experience
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and Microsoft Project.
Must be able to work, manage and maintain information stored in a Knowledge Sharing Network (KSN)/SharePoint site(s).
CSP (Certified Safety Professional) and/or CHMM (Certified Hazardous Materials Manager Certification)
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