The Environmental Health & Safety Specialist is responsible for providing strategic leadership and program management for the environmental program(s) assigned to them at the Mount Clemens to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local environmental regulations, corporate policies, standards, and guidelines, and site specific requirements. The Environmental Health & Safety Specialist will report to the Site SHE Manager. The Environmental Health & Safety Specialist will collaborate closely with appropriate Site, US Region Cluster, Business, and Corporate SHE Leaders.
- Lead environmental performance continuous improvement efforts.
- Ensure timely and accurate preparation and submission of all required reporting to federal, state and local agencies.
- Lead or support preparation and negotiation of permit applications.
- Complete environmental regulation applicability determinations.
- Lead or work with site(s) teams on efforts to ensure compliance with regulatory and corporate requirements, site(s) procedure development and updates, routine and non-routine activities such as environmental impact assessments of site(s) projects or process changes.
- Interface with regulatory agencies, prepare required documentation, schedule any required testing and provide additional follow-up documentation as required.
- Lead or participate in investigation of environmental incidents, implement system improvements to reduce potential for future events, and record environmental deviations in the EtQ Incident Tracking System.
- Lead and participate in 1st party environmental audits and coordinate site(s) 2nd party environmental audits.
- Act as site(s) representative during audits by or other interactions with federal and state environmental agencies and respond to requests or notifications from environmental agencies.
- Represent environmental issues in community interactions.
- Maintain site RC/ ISO 14001 Management Systems.
- Develop and deliver environmental training.
- Participate on appropriate US Cluster environmental competency team(s).
Regulatory topics specific to the two sites include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Air Management: Manage or provide support on Clean Air Act, New Source Review, New Source Performance Standards, National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants, MACT Standards, Title V or other air operating permits, CFCs, Greenhouse Gas, calculation of emissions inventories, air emission reduction initiatives, and other associated air program requirements.
- Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know (EPCRA): Manage or provide support on Superfund and Reauthorization Act (SARA) 311/312/313 and Tier II/III, act as the alternate Mt Clemens Site Emergency Coordinator and contact person for the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC).