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2018 Environmental Health and Safety Intern - (22353)

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Description

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinates priorities, and related work activities with Corporate Safety to identify safety elements and action plans to initiate, implement or improve each element.
  • Provide and/or coordinate site specific safety training/testing (e.g. incident investigation, lockout/tagout, powered industrial trucks, ergonomics, safety inspections, Job Safety Analysis, audiometric testing, etc.) as necessary and/or directed by Corporate Safety.
  • As they relate to a specific business unit, assists in the development and coordination of Andersen’s Safety programs to achieve and maintain compliance with applicable Federal, State & local codes and regulations.
  • Work with site manufacturing engineering to conduct safety assessments of new or modified equipment/processes in accordance with Andersen’s Safety Assessment Procedure. Participates with engineering in problem solving/resolution exercises.
  • Create/customize detailed safety programs/procedures to meet site specific environment as needed.
  • Understands corporate business strategies and incorporates business unit objectives in the development and delivery of the site’s safety program.
  • Works closely with business unit delivery partners in development and deployment of safety projects and processes.
  • Manages safety projects, including the development of work plans; leads cross-functional teams in the execution of projects; able to manage multiple and concurrent projects.
  • Conducts ergonomic assessments to identify risk factors and work with engineering to recommend control measures to address identified risk factors
  • Analyzes safety and performance indicators and determines appropriate countermeasures.
  • Develops and conducts safety training programs aimed at reducing exposure to workplace hazards and compliance with applicable standards.
  • Supports location assessments (e.g. audits, inspections, accident investigations, etc.); with site management and recommends & assists in the execution of corrective actions. Trains auditors as needed.
  • Supports lean initiatives at plant level including, training, auditing, and associated lean principles.
  • Maintains accuracy of business unit safety records per established guidelines.
  • Participates and facilitates in plant level orientations.
  • Coordinates Plant Safety Committee.
  • Promotes Andersen’s Safety & Health interests and continuous safety improvement.


Qualifications
QUALIFICATION AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Safety Engineering or related discipline or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Minimum of 2 years of safety experience
  • Knowledge of government regulations concerning heath, safety & the environment
  • Demonstrated project management skills.
  • Strong service orientation
  • Strong interpersonal/communication (verbal and written) skills
  • Must be able to work independently, with minimal direction
Job:
Campus
Location:
Bayport, MN US
Organization:
Andersen Corporation
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