Area EHS Manager – UK & Poland

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Sherwin-Williams
Job Overview
Bolton, United Kingdom | Sheffield, United Kingdom | Plympton, United Kingdom | Brodziszewo, Poland | Sady, Poland | Debica, Poland | Liverpool, United Kingdom | Deeside, United Kingdom Responsibilities:
  • To maintain and improve the Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems in Consumer Brand/Protective & Marine/Automotive ensuring all policies are up to date, relevant, in compliance with the law, implemented effectively and meet the requirements ISO14001. To work towards ISO 45001 and subsequent management systems
  • Provide the legal support & expertise in countries (UK/Poland)
  • To ensure that annual EHS tactical plans are developed aligning with the regional, divisional and corporate plans
  • Conduct frequent evaluation of site tactical plans to ensure timely execution of plans and revaluated and adjusted as business conditions necessitate
  • Identify gaps in legislative compliance, SW guideline compliance and review performance information
  • In conjunction with the site management, develop plans to close these gaps
  • Identify site permit to operate requirements based on appropriate legislative requirements and ensure permit terms, conditions and reporting are followed by implementing strong EHS management systems
  • Supervise EHS management systems, undergo management review on frequent regular basis, incorporating improvements including those identified through legislative and performance review with the local team
  • Ensure the implementation of training of SHW and country/region/provincial/local requirements
  • Oversee the development and implementation of processes that promote strong safety cultures and proactive safety measures in sites, this includes behaviour based safety, hazard identification, operational leadership and upward/downward communication
  • To audit EHS procedures and standards in practice and identify where standards are not being met
  • Instigate corrective actions with relevant departments and make amendments/improvements to procedures where appropriate
  • Make sure appropriate EHS records and data and timely reporting are maintained
  • Ensure excellent root cause analysis investigation of all incidents, appropriate action identification and ensure all actions are closed
  • Control the site Hazard I.D, Near Miss, Reportable data base, drive continuous improvement across sites and ensure robust root cause analysis
  • Ensure all aspects of MIRA are used at each site and act as a resource for MIRA
  • Provide information on occupational health related concerns with support from occupational health resource
  • Initiation of any necessary occupational hygiene monitoring and provide advice and guidance on the results
  • Support the local management in using hierarchy of control measures to minimise risk exposure to hazardous substances, and danger from flammable, explosive, electrical, noise, ergonomic and other hazards
  • Ensure efficient EHS communcation between across the sites via EHA Committee Meetings, attendance and sharing information from EHS Alerts from other sites
  • Promote safety messaging at the start of every meeting
  • Assist in the development of and promote a continually improving safety culture through the support and leading the EHS culture across site involving shop floor safety walk with site management
  • Supporting sites in external liaison with regulators, consultants, trade and professional bodies to ensure compliance and capture best practice, provide guidance and oversight for working with regulators as needed
  • Acts as one of the point of contact for any internal or external audits
  • Liaise with insurance investigators on 3rd party liability claims
  • Assist with recruiting and vetting EHS positions at area sites
  • Identify with the sites, develop and facilitate appropriate safety, health and environmental training and refresher training
  • Drive and facilitate process safety management (COMAH and Seveso) processes including HAZID and HAZOP; this includes a high level of understanding in PHAs in general and PHAPrio specifically
  • To support the site in ensuring contingency plans are current
  • Provides out of hours emergency contact service
  • Ensures fire-fighting equipment is appropriately maintained
  • To assist with the security improvement plan with the sites via security operation, investigations to route cause for any security incidents and ensure timely action completion
  • Acts as a conduit for site EHS managers by including divisional and corporate support where required to achieve site/area/region goals
  • Provide additional support to other parts of the SW group when required
  • Any other duties as required by the Area Director of Operations
Requirements:
  • Degree qualified in EHS/Engineer or equivalent
  • Several years' work experience working in a manufacturing environment (tenure in chemical or high risk industries is preferred)
  • To be conservant with safety, health, fire and environmental regulations preferably on a site dealing with flammable liquids and DSEAR and related local regulations
  • Drives for results
  • Passionate about sustaining standards as a base from which to improve
  • Produces dynamic and creative but appropriate improvement
  • Leading and influencing others
  • Excellent interpersonal, influencing, coaching and negotiating skills
  • Able to develop and drive a positive EHS culture
  • Project management skills
  • Change leadership
  • Objective analytical skills
Job Detail
  • SalaryTBC
  • ExperienceSeveral years' experience working in a manufacturing environment
  • QualificationsDegree qualified in EHS/Engineer or equivalent
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