Organizational Context and Job Purpose
INEOS is a global manufacturer of petrochemicals, speciality chemicals and oil products. Comprising 36 individual businesses, we operate 194 facilities in 29 countries throughout the world.
INEOS products make a significant contribution to saving life, improving health and enhancing standards of living for people around the world. Our businesses produce the raw materials that are essential in the manufacture of a wide variety of goods: from paints to plastics, textiles to technology, medicines to mobile phones - chemicals manufactured by INEOS enhance almost every aspect of modern life.
Purpose of the job:
The SHE Manager provides technical support for the LaPorte PAO plant's environmental and safety programs. Environmental responsibilities are organizational, direction and control of the environmental program to provide compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and Local regulations concerning air, water, and land. Safety responsibilities include management of site PSM program, coordination of ERT duties, leading site PHA’s and management of site contractor approval process.
- External factors include site landowner (LBI), state, federal and local SHE regulatory authorities and the public.
- Internal factors include site management and site operations, maintenance, and contractor personnel.
Responsibilities and Accountabilities
- Manages OSHA's Process Safety Management elements for the LaPorte site, including Management of Change, Incident Investigation, Employee Participation, Process Safety Information, Process Hazard Analysis, Pre Startup Safety Review, Work Permits, Emergency Planning and Audits.
- Manages the INEOS 20 Principles for the LaPorte Site, including site representative during internal audits and participating in audits conducted at other INEOS sites.
- Manager of site SHE fixed cost budget, including purchasing safety supplies and site permitting fees.
- Control and coordinate any emissions testing and or personnel exposure testing, including review and interpretation of testing and monitor results.
- Control and coordinate all activities associated with compliance applicable environmental regulations, including the LDAR and storm water programs. This includes responsibility for recordkeeping and reporting requirements.
- Responsible for regulatory reporting for air, water, and land compliance
- Responsible for maintaining regulatory plans such as the BMP, SPCC, SWPPP and hazardous waste minimization plan
- Member of the site’s Management of Change team responsible for conducting safety review for any process changes to the production unit
- Responsible for the development of written safety/environmental programs
- Assist Engineering in projects that affect safety/environmental compliance
- Conduct environmental/safety audits
- Responsible for coordinating site PHA’s and LOPA reviews
- Responsible for coordinating site ERT activities
- Responsible for leading the site safety committee.
- Responsible for the leading and maintaining the site safe work permit program.
- Responsible for organizing and implementing any company safety initiatives for the site (AsCare, ISRS, Insurance audits, …).
- Works with third party contractor and site host company to provide security for on-site personnel and plant assets.
- Prepares and submits environmental permit application as necessary (expansions, new products/processes, new stormwater outfalls, etc.)
- Represents the site for regulatory and trade organizations.
Skills & Knowledge Required
- A BS in environmental engineering, chemical engineering, or related four-year degree with 7 or more years of experience.
- A PE is preferred to certify environmental permits and plans
- Knowledge of regulatory requirements and good communications skills are essential.
Our culture is one of honesty and integrity with an emphasis on safety, health and environmental performance.On our team, people are acknowledged for embracing new practices that help create real value for customers.