Industrial Hygiene Manager
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Industrial Hygiene Manager
Who You Are
You are a dynamic Industrial Hygiene Specialist interested in challenging the status quo to ensure employee health and wellness comes first.
You are a valued influencer and energetic leader who has contributed to the successful Industrial Hygiene field monitoring programs.
You have a strong understanding of Industrial Hygiene practices, contamination control and preventative measures for reducing health risks and a demonstrated ability to implement those practices.
Who We Are
At Sanofi Pasteur, we believe in a world in which no one suffers or dies from a vaccine-preventable disease.
Sanofi Pasteur is the vaccines division of Sanofi.
Where We Are
The Swiftwater site is located in northeast Pennsylvania and is home to the production of over 120 million doses of vaccine each year.
Position is responsible for developing, implementing and managing Industrial Hygiene Safety Programs, assessing risks and developing related training programs. Provides general HSE support to the Swiftwater site and /or specified client groups and acts as Liaison to the Health Center for IH related activities. This position plays a vital part in ensuring that federal, state, and local laws and regulations are followed in the work environment. Specific services included in this position are respiratory protection and hearing conservation program management, qualitative chemical assessments, air sampling, industrial ergonomic, temperature, and vibration assessments, and executing industrial hygiene monitoring.
Manage the Swiftwater CMRs, Respiratory Protection, HazCom and Chemical Hygiene and Hearing Conservation programs, ensuring compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Ensure all users are provided annual training, wear appropriate protection devices, are fit-tested on an annual basis (for those wearing tight-fitting respirators) and records are kept up-to-date. In addition, ensure all related equipment and supplies associated with these programs are calibrated and available for use at any time.
Recognize and evaluate potential exposures in the workplace, and if necessary, perform industrial hygiene exposure monitoring (chemical, noise, temperature extremes, vibration). Document in a comprehensive report all findings and outcomes, including an action plan (if necessary). Communicate results to affected personnel and management.
Work with Health Center management to ensure Medical Monitoring Programs and recordkeeping are in place to support related HSE Safety Programs.
Manage indoor air quality concerns as well as mold and asbestos remediation activities, water damage appraisal.
Data input and management of the internal exposure risk assessments. Ensure exposure risk assessments are performed and documented timely and consistent manner. Periodic reviews of current risk assessments are performed to capture changes in protocols/processes.
Support and participate in corporate and site safety initiatives
Support HSE Audits, GEMBA, PASS, Ergonomic initiatives
Site project support as it relates to Industrial Hygiene
Provide technical support, guidance and training on potent compound safety, including containment and handling. Recommend control strategies for potent compounds (typically OEB 4 and 5) to eliminate or reduce exposure potential.
Field investigations and surveys of diverse occupational environments to assess existing and potential risks to worker’s health from occupational exposures to chemical, physical or biological hazards.
Interpretation of results from such investigations and development of recommendations on
how to reduce the risk to employees using engineering, administrative or personal protective controls.
- Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Hygiene, Health or related scientific fields preferred with 5-10 years of applicable work experience.
- High level of Health and Environment Management knowledge required.
- A high degree of comprehension of field based Industrial Hygiene monitoring such as chemical sampling, noise monitoring and asbestos.
Certified Safety Professional, Certified Industrial Hygienist, and other certifications strongly preferred.
Certified / trained to conduct and ship asbestos samples strongly preferred.
Terms of Employment
Approximately 10% travel for site visits, vendor relationship management, conferences and training.
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