Serves as the Environmental and Occupational Safety and Health (EOSH) Technical Program Manager with overall responsibility for compliance with federal, state, and local Environmental and Occupational Safety and Health regulations.Learn more about this agency
Serves as the Environmental and Occupational Safety and Health (EOSH) Technical Program Manager for Air Traffic Organization (ATO) District Office. Has overall responsibility for compliance with federal, state, and local Environmental and Occupational Safety and Health regulations. Serves as the EOSH expert for the District's ATO EOSH operational program. Coordinates and manages field EOSH technical program elements focusing on fuel storage tanks, NEPA requirements, fall protection, electrical safety, lock out/tag out, construction support, training, policy development, accident investigation and reporting and EOSH program elements.
Identifies and prioritizes program initiatives based upon resource availability. Coordinates with District Managers on prioritization and implementation strategies for key program elements. Identifies expert resources to facilitate EOSH requirements when necessary. Monitors and evaluates EOSH programs and develops recommendations for improving compliance. Prepares reports and/or briefings on EOSH program statuses and accomplishments. Assists with EOSH training for District Office field personnel.
Develops scopes of work for contract resources required to implement specific aspects of EOSH program operations. Performs highly complex and sensitive tasks and must be familiar with all hazardous materials, environmental and safety regulations from Occupations Safety and Health Administration, consensus standards form National Fire Protection Association, American National Standards Institute. Executive Orders and applicable regulations. Conducts EOSH training. Responds to emergencies, resolves issues, and acquires resources to administer the programs.
Analyzes jobs, processes, products or other systems to determine the risks to employees. Recommends modifications to workplaces to control or eliminate hazards. Inspects or surveys workplaces for compliance with established safety and occupational health policies or standards and to identify potential new hazards. Reviews project plans and specifications for facilities and equipment to ensure compliance with established EOSH standards. Conducts occupational safety evaluation of hazardous conditions and develops recommendations for abatement.
75% or less - The job may require up to 75% travel.
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