Health, Safety, Ergonomic and Environmental Coordinator

  • Cosma Body Assembly Michigan
  • New Hudson, Lyon Charter Township, MI, USA
  • Oct 14, 2021
Full time Automotive Human Resources Manufacturing

Job Description

The Health, Safety, Ergonomic & Environmental Coordinator is responsible for the development and maintenance of the Health & Safety, Ergonomic and Environmental Programs and Systems for the benefit of all employees, contractors and visitors.  The Coordinator will provide guidance and support to the Company's leadership team to ensure implementation and compliance to all health, safety, ergonomic and environmental standards and legislative requirements.  The Health, Safety, Ergonomic & Environmental Coordinator has the authority to stop: work, behaviors, or acts which are in contradiction of legislated regulations and/or Magna compliance. 

Other Duties include:

  • Manages industrial environment aspects of the work site; eg. all, but not limited to: waste/by-product analysis for required disposal, emission discharge approvals, emergency preparedness and response plan, etc.
  • Works with contractors to ensure compliance in environmental/health and safety policy and procedures.
  • Maintains environmental management system, and the health, safety & ergonomic management system (including budgeting requirements) and subsequent Magna/ISO14001 standards requirements in obtaining and retaining the divisions’ registration/certification. Reports on aspects of the health, safety environmental management system to the management team, I.e. corrective actions, continuous improvement programs.
  • Manages the health and safety/environmental legislative compliance and acts as a liaison with government agencies and corporate, in the interest of the company’s health and safety/environmental affairs.
  • Manages and administers professional services to ensure the obtaining and maintenance of accurate records, including certificates and permits, etc., to have the ability to provide documentation and accountability in support of investigative findings and conclusions.

Required Skills/Experience:

  • Degree or Diploma in Health & Safety and/or Environmental Studies or Ergonomic related field or equivalent work experience.
  • Three (3) to five (5) years experience in the above disciplines in the automotive or related manufacturing industry.
  • Proficient computer skills in Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Microsoft Project. Ability to create spreadsheets, and enter into, and understand, complex spreadsheets and advanced Excel functions.
  • Must be detail oriented and particularly attentive to producing accurate work.
  • Understanding of plant operations and process flow as related to Health, Safety, Ergonomic and Environmental requirements.
  • Ability to work well in a fast paced environment and with a variable workload.
  • Strong organizational, planning, written, and verbal communication skills.