SH&E Manager:


La Porte, TX


SH&E Manager:


Plans, administers and technically directs occupational health and safety activities and staff.

Responsible for providing occupational health and safety practices, procedures, programs and projects affecting personnel, facilities, equipment, materials and environment. Responsible for reviewing and incorporating health and safety standards promulgated by local, state and federal regulations, as well as customer requirements, into AFC programs. Recognize, evaluate and recommend measure for control of chemical, safety, and physical hazards at the work site. Maintain in-depth knowledge of existing and proposed changes in industrial health and safety regulations and legislation. Develops AFC health and safety training programs. Provides short and long range planning for health and safety operations and implements approved plans. Assures that activities within defined scope are accomplished in accordance with AFC policies, sound business practices and are in compliance with applicable regulations and requirements. Working knowledge of OSHA regulations mandatory


  • Provide effective direction, leadership and team building.
  • Provide technical and administrative guidance for activities in defined scope of responsibilities.
  • Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
  • Requires the understanding and/or use of chemical processes and manufacturing equipment.
  • Knowledge of industrial hygiene and safety principles, theories, concepts and techniques.
  • Provide technical and administrative leadership on technology issues and concept definitions critical to the maintenance of AFC business posture. Advise subordinates in the resolution of health and safety technical and operational problems.
  • Establish operational policies which affect subordinate multi-level functional groups. Interprets, executes and recommends health and safety policy changes to management.
  • Manage allocation and integration of department resources to meet commitments and objectives.
  • Submit and administer operational budgets and schedules for health and safety programs.
  • May be responsible for conducting audits and evaluations to determine health and safety program effectuation.
  • Coordinate and manage health and safety function interface with regulatory agencies and customer representatives. Maintains frequent contacts with inter-organizational managers and with regulatory agencies. May act as coordinator for regulatory inspections and audits. CFATS regulations desirable but not required.


BS degree, 5-10 years directly related experience in an appropriate discipline/science or equivalent combination of education and



Demonstrated supervisory skills including the ability to plan and coordinate the activities of assigned organizations.

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