Environmental Health Manager I – Charleston, SC

Posted: Mar 26, 2018

Description:

Employee will serve as a MUSC Safety Officer. Employee will perform OSHP Lab Safety inspections and will be responsible for conducting general OSHA safety inspections at MUSC. Employee will coordinate and assist in the administration of all emergency response training and will perform chemical sampling, ergonomic evaluations, indoor air quality surveys and provide safety training. Employee must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Science or related field with two years Environmental Safety experience. Prior experience interpreting and applying OSHA regulations, emergency response experience. Current 40 Hour HAZWOPER Certification.

Requirements:

  • Employee will conduct OSHA safety inspections as well as interpret and apply OSHA regulations for such areas as, but not limited to, confined space entry, fall protection, scaffolding and lock-out/tag-out, employee will also be responsible for completing and posting OSHA 300 logs.
  • Employee will perform lab safety inspections and create lab safety inspection reports to ensure compliance with applicable OSHA and JCAHO regulations, provide technical information to the lab occupants in order to assist them with compliance, perform other duties as required by the Manager of Environmental Programs.
  • Employee will conduct personnel chemical sampling needed to comply with OSHA regulations and keep all documentation of this sampling complete and up to date. Employee will also perform ergonomic evaluations and indoor air quality surveys and retain all documentation.
  • Employee will ensure that all training pertinent to emergency response in up to date and well documented, this employee will put together the 8 hour HAZWOPER refresher class training material each year and administers this training with assistance from other knowledgeable OSHP and RSO staff.
  • Employee will serve as a member of the Emergency Response Team performing on-call and trouble call duties as assigned, has received training required by OSHA 1910.120, employee will serve as emergency coordinator in the absence of the Manager of Environmental Programs.
  • Employee will ensure that all spills and incidents are well documented in order to comply with SPCC regulations and JCAHO standards, employee will ensure that all on call staff adequately document on call and trouble call activities, ensures that all emergency response supplies are in adequate quantity and that these supplies are replenished when used for spill clean ups or become too old to be usable.