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Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
Winamac, Indiana
United States
Job Categories:
EH&S Manager/Coordinator: Single site
Industry Segments:
Manufacturing - Miscellaneous
Experience level:
3-5 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree

Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) Manager

This position will provide full time environmental, health   and safety to operations and will ensure that all practices are in compliance   with Northwest Territories regulatory requirements. The position will be responsible for regulatory programs and its permitting applications. Develop and administer the training programs for EHS.  This position is responsible for planning, implementing, and coordinating programs to create a “zero injury” culture.



  • Compiles and submits logs as required by regulatory agencies.
  • Keeps managers and employees alerted as to the hazards of working with toxic fumes, dangerous chemicals, and any other hazardous substances.
  • Identifies and analyzes sources of pollution to determine their effects on plant operations.
  • Collects and synthesizes data derived from pollution emission measurements, radiation monitoring & compliance, atmospheric monitoring, meteorological and mineralogical information, and soil or water samples.
  • Determines the needs for environmental permits and makes proper permit applications.
  • Reviews technical aspects of environmental project, confers with project engineers to formulate plans, coordinate project activities, establish reporting procedures and prepare environmental project progress reports.
  • Coordinates planning, testing, and operating phases to complete project.
  • Confers with local regulatory agencies to discover local environmental quality standards, industrial practices, and new developments in pollution abatement.
  • Works with State and Federal environmental agencies to provide all required reports.
  • Maintains required licensing for operation of environmental control equipment
  • Provides technical assistance to agencies conducting related environmental studies.
  • Responsible for Waste Water on site, including reporting, classification of haz/non-haz and all documentation.



  • Leads collaborative efforts to develop and implement health and safety procedures and programs to improve health and safety culture, reduce injuries and liability, and ensure regulatory compliance to all regulatory agencies.
  • Mentors and leads Safety Team and Sub-committees
  • Records and performs analysis on Observation and Safety Audit Data including corrective actions
  • Lead safety investigation process per policy
  • Maintains, updates and educates employees on Safety Manual
  • Participates in the Safety and Environmental Orientation and onboarding for new hires.
  • Schedules and conducts health and safety training and maintain training records and materials.
  • Maintains safety matrix for training topics for all employees
  • Develop accident prevention and loss control systems and programs for incorporation into operational policies, evaluates effectiveness and recommends corrective actions
  • Maintain liaison with outside organizations, such as fire departments, hospitals, and rescue teams to assure information exchange and assistance
  • Devise methods to evaluate and improve safety program and conduct evaluations
  • Maintain active role in industrial/ community safety awareness groups and associations
  • Logs all safety incidents on the PES logs, corporate logs, OSHA 300, 301 and 301A.  Collects and provides data        required by PTC, OSHA, and any other related governmental agencies
  • Keeps Mill compliant with OSHA regulatory updates and changes. 
  • Represents the organization in community or industry environmental groups and programs.
  • Perform other duties and assignments as assigned.


Core Responsibilities

  • Model Plymouth Tube values and behaviors as outlined in the Mission Statement
  • Represent Plymouth Tube in a professional manner
  • Follow all company Environmental and Safety policies, procedures and standards
  • Follow all company Quality Standards


Supervisory Responsibilities

  •   None


Additional Responsibilities (NA)



  •   Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental or Safety related field preferred. 
  •   Must possess or be able to   obtain a Waste Water Class B Certification within the first year of service
  •   Environmental Reporting Experience with Air, Waste Water, Storm Water & Waste
  •   Hazmat operator’s  certification 40+ hours, First Aid required.   
  •   4-5 years minimum work experience in a manufacturing facility preferred.



Core Competencies

  • Care & Commitment: Consistently reliable, follows work instructions, investigates any inconsistencies and looks ahead to next steps.   Offers ideas for improvements (safety, operations, process, and quality) and actively participates in improvement processes.  Accepts change as part of future state improvement and adapts with positive enthusiasm.
  • Team Player: Steps up to help the team even when it’s outside of normal duties or comfort zone, looks out for the safety of self and team.  Cooperates with others without dominating the group, values team members for their contributions and professional abilities, and always treats people with respect. Communicates ideas respectfully,        honestly and clearly, and considers the suggestions and opinions of others
  •  Customer Focus: Seeks out information on customer requirements, stops a process when an inconsistency is suspected, and reports inconsistencies to the right person.  Involves customers and seeks best resource before moving forward with key decisions; follows through on promises made to internal/external customer. Delivers accurate product, services and paperwork to the next operation
  •  Initiative: Initiates problem solving to address issues, acts without being told or directed, actively participates in   resolution, seeks best alternative even if it challenges the status quo.  Does and says the right things for the right reasons even when it’s uncomfortable, speaks up immediately when seeing a safety hazard, a process error, or problem to resolve. Acts with sense of urgency:  Gives immediate attention to tasks or issues that prevent organization from reaching goals, rethinks priorities and organizes work to achieve goals or get goals back on track.


Leadership Competencies

  •   Safety:   Participates in safety efforts enthusiastically, always with an eye for achieving the very best, approaches auditing with a commitment toward learning and improving equally.  Consistently looks for opportunities to improve the safety culture, shows sincere interest in the   improvement of safety in the organization above and beyond requirements.   Actively drives culture where safety is more important than achieving numbers or reaching goals.
  • Visionary:  Easily identifies problems, gathers data, and seeks alternatives through research and interaction with        others, demonstrates effective use of resources (time, money, people, equipment, etc.).  Demonstrates forward thinking, submits original ideas based on knowledge, imagination, future needs and potential impact.  Inspires people to listen to alternatives and to participate in the decision-making process when possible. Demonstrates fluency and organized thought
  • Service Oriented:  Demonstrates a knowledge of quality and service that is important to each customer, insures adherence to customer specification for both product and services.  Easily separates from the way it’s always been done to the way it needs to be done to meet customer requirements, and relays need for change in a positive supportive  manner. Identifies both problems and opportunities and communicates to the right person, provides timely response to resolve any issues that prevent meeting customer requirements
  • Communication I: Demonstrates a helpful and resourceful attitude with all vendors, customers and employees.  Is respectfully persistent when needing information from others, and follows through on any verbal or written commitment made to others.  Keeps people informed and up to date, gives thought to “who” needs to be told “what” and helps other (vendors, customers and employees) recognize the chain of communication.


Job Specific Competencies

  • EHS Excellence: Drives improvements in EHS culture in organization.  Maintains necessary records, testing,        sampling and training to comply with OSHA, IDEM and Plymouth Tube requirements.  Holds accountable all managers for improvements in Environmental.  Noticeably present in all facilities to assist in coaching and counseling appropriate behaviors to improve safety and environmental performance


Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Such accommodations will be reviewed by management on a case-by-case basis.  While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk, use hands to grasp, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear.

 Plymouth Tube Company provides a total compensation package including competitive salary, annual incentive, medical, dental, vision, HSA (Health Savings Account) FSA (Flexible Spending Account), short-term & long-term disability insurance, life insurance, vacation, 401k retirement savings program, education assistance, paid holidays and wellness program.

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