EHS Specialist in Lewisville, TX at Quest Diagnostics

Date Posted: 11/6/2020

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    2501 South State Highway 121
    Lewisville, TX
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    11/6/2020
  • Job ID:
    req54336

Job Description

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

We are looking for an Environmental Health and Safety Specialist (EHS) to join our team. In this role, you will ensure that our company is a safe work environment for all employees through implementation of policies, trainings, procedures and culture of all the facilities. This is a great opportunity for an EHS professional to be responsible for continuous improvement of an effective Environmental, Health and Safety program.

•         Quantify hazardous waste generated for the year or contact waste vendor for annual summary report.

•         Inspect area satellite waste accumulation area & main waste accumulation area for compliance.

•         Perform routine industrial and hazardous waste management activities such as waste characterization, periodic inspections, waste disposal scheduling and oversight.

•         Organize waste manifests in order, match with proof of destruction and file.

•         Minimize hazardous waste and review processes and investigate minimization techniques (e.g. recycling)

•         Review and update hazardous chemical inventory.

•         Review chemicals, wastes, and processes for hazards.

•         Ensure SDS for new products are uploaded into Safetec system for the correct location/department using the material.

•         Have expired and unused chemicals removed.

•         Inspect and flush eye wash stations.

•         Review requirements and risks against PPE provided.

•         Conduct root-cause investigations for site incidents including injuries, fires, and spills.

•         Facilitate EHS New Hire Orientation.

•         Evaluate facility conditions, assess EHS risks, and help develop appropriate corrective-action plans to address gaps in compliance.

•         Conduct regularly scheduled EHS meetings.

•         Maintain required records and documentation and assist in the development of technical documents including EHS procedures, programs, training, and policy guidance documents.

•         Perform JSAs and workstation assessments.

•         Develop a strong working knowledge of standard concepts, practices and procedures within the organization.

•         Coordinate all aspects of resource use, pollution reduction, waste management, environmental health, and risk assessment and employee involvement.

•         Ensure compliance with all environmental and health regulations, as well as keeping abreast of any changes to laws and regulations that potentially impact the organization.

 JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Education:

•         BS/BA, Degree

Work Experience:

•         Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of health and safety functions within a laboratory environment and the federal and state regulations pertaining a facility.

•         Laboratory experience

Other

 OSHA, TCEQ, EPA related training is desired.

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