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Environmental Health & Safety Analyst
Ref No.: 17-15699
Location: Englewood, Colorado
Job Title: Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Analyst
Duration: 06+ Months Contract (Possible Extensions)
Location: Englewood, CO (80112)
 

Note: **30 Hours/Week**
 
Job Description:
The manager is looking for an Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Analyst with a minimum of 1-2 years of relevant experience to work in Englewood for an initial 6 months contract. This resource will help develop, implement and communicate the EHS Standards. The resource must be highly motivated, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, and should have a background in regulatory compliance. A bachelor's degree in a science related field (Occupational health and safety, Environmental Science, Engineering) is preferred, as is an ASP (Associate safety professional or CSP (Certified safety professional) Certification.
 
Responsibilities will include:
 
Ergonomics
  • Coordinate Denver ergonomics training
  • Manage ergonomic work orders for Denver
  • Replace defunct keyboards and send defectives to CDW
  • Regulatory Compliance and Risk Management
  • Inventory all chemicals on-site at Denver and develop a methodology to keep chemical inventory current and available in the event of a query or emergency
  • Develop, present and document training on lockout / tagout, ladder safety, hazard communication and basic office safety to appropriate audiences in Denver as required by law and corporate safety standards. Re-train and document as necessary.
  • Perform job hazard analyses for the Denver office for all high-risk tasks; document and use as a basis to inform safety training. Perform additional JHAs as needed based on operational changes.
  • Accidents, Injuries and First Aid
  • Provide standardized list of first aid kit contents in non-Denver locations based on local regulations and corporate standards, and ensure a methodology is in place to keep kit contents and AED supplies current
  • Coordinate delivery of first aid training for Denver Incident Response Team and First Responders
  • Ensure a protocol for communicating processes and procedures for accidents and injuries is in place in non-Denver locations and that it stays current
  • Develop forms / templates for accident, injury and near miss investigations in non-Denver offices and ensure proper reporting and documentation
  • Design and develop training around sharps and bloodborne pathogens as required by health and safety regulations globally.
  • Incident Response
  • Outfit and maintain active Incident Response Team members for Denver
  • Secure and manage communications equipment for IR team in Denver
  • Manage changes to and post building evac zones and evacuation route maps for Denver
  • Fire Safety
  • Research local fire regulations for all non-Denver offices; ensure fire suppression systems and extinguishers are maintained properly and provide directives to office personnel re: fire safety hazards (e.g., re: space heaters, elec cords, etc.)
  • Set up annual fire extinguisher training for Denver location
  • Regulated and Non-Regulated Waste Management
  • Draft an exposure control plan as required by bloodborne pathogen regulations; design and develop training around sharps and bloodborne pathogens as required in appropriate locations
Training and Communication:
  • Code and maintain environmental health and safety pages on Life for all locations as a means of communicating EHS regulatory requirements, corporate policy and directives, procedures, training, templates and forms.