Global Chemical Company
- Provides technical support for on-going HSES projects, problem solving, investigations including site inspections and audits, and activities.
- Assist in developing an effective HSES communication process to make HSES priorities and performance visible;
- Partners with company Operations, R&D, Engineering, as well as teams to ensure safe and compliant operations;
- Develops and provides contractor, visitor, and new employee training and other training.
- Assists with completion of Safe Work and other Life Saving Permits.
- Facilitates and participates in experimental run plan, job safety analysis, job hazard analysis, process hazard analysis, management of change and pre-startup safety reviews including the driving of inherently safer technology, preference for engineering solutions and 'doing it right the first time' concept;
- Organizes and maintains HSES performance, compliance, policy and procedural information including electronic backup of critical information.
- Manages local site security requirements and improvements;
- Execute site safety patrol by him/herself or arrange it which is by management. Provides on-the-floor HSES coaching and recognition.
- Monitors and completes action items generated from HSES audits, inspections and incident investigations.
- Researches and keeps informed of pertinent information and developments in areas such as Japanese or International laws and regulations.
- Must be available, approachable, and willing to help others with their HSES questions and/or concerns; Provides on-the-floor HSES coaching and recognition; and
- Involves & engages employees in developing HSES programs, processes and performance measures
- Successfully completes all assigned trainings
- 10 years working in chemical manufacturing environment which involves hazardous materials
- 5 years of applicable HSES work experience in chemical manufacturing or high-hazard environment
- Familiar with management of change and risk assessment tools (e.g. HAZOP)
- Familiar with HSES related Japanese regulation (e.g. Fire Protection Law, Labor Standard Law, Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law)
Skills and Knowledge:
- Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or above
- Class A Hazardous Materials Engineer
- English communication skill (TOEIC score: 700 or above)
- Business level Japanese communication skill (for non-Japanese)
[Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities]
- Experience to work under matrix organization
- Excellent problem solving and analytical skills with attention to detail, along with excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
- High level of integrity, strong work ethic, good judgment and proactive approach
8 Million yen ~ 11 Million yen
(Experiences and skills will be considered)
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