ABOUT THE ROLE
The Environmental Health and Safety Manager is responsible for leading, coordinating and implementing Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) programs and activities directed at moving towards continuous improvement for the Woodinville offices and manufacturing facility. Maintains effective relationships and collaborates with management on all EHS issues and regulatory programs including but not limited to hazard / risk identification, safety policies/procedures, and injury/illness prevention. The EHS Manager plans, directs, and implements organization health and safety programs to ensure a safe and healthy work environment.
The EHS Manager reports to the Operations Director and works under general supervision. Responsible for department budget, developing a plant level strategic plan and EHS performance to plan.
YOUR DAILY IMPACT AT PRECOR
- Develops and presents plans and strategies to ensure the company achieves revenue and profitability.
- Continue to refine and inspire action affecting the leading indicators of incident prevention and culture improvement to EHS.
- Actively pursue and direct a proactive, continuous improvement incident prevention approach to EHS.
- Work with People Business Partner in all aspects of Workers Compensation.
- Participate in accident investigations to explore and implement corrective actions to solve root causes.
- Act as a facility coordinator for all Federal, State, and local regulatory inspections.
- Monitor/audit EHS groups and advise as necessary throughout the plant.
- Remain current on information, legislation, and technical advances within EHS disciplines. Communicate requirements to all levels of management.
- Meet all EHS compliance objectives.
- Work with Maintenance/Facilities and key stakeholders on waste and recycling management.
- Build an EH&S culture that actively promotes safe behaviors and conditions, full environmental compliance, and good employee health.
- Oversee all safety training programs including those required by OSHA, EPA, DHS and DOT.
- Lead ergonomic initiatives to evaluate various functions and provide solutions to prevent and reduce incidents.
- Direct Job Hazard Analyses (JHA) by documenting JHA and Process Hazard Analyses (PHA) for new production areas or processes. Manage hazard control programs (engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment), safe work procedures, hazard communication and MSDS programs.
- Maintain the industrial hygiene program to include monitoring for hazards such as noise, chemical and physical hazard exposures.
- Direct environmental compliance issues including non-hazardous waste management.
- Participates in project teams as needed to define safety and ergonomic issues with the introduction of new products or manufacturing processes. Understands and applies ergonomic principles to improve workstation efficiency and prevent injuries.
- Administers loss control management, accident reporting, investigations, records, and statistics management and return to work programs. Serves as a supplementary contact (including insurance providers, medical professionals, and associates) on worker's compensation claims.
- Customizes training presentations to ensure effectiveness and understanding for employees at all levels of the organization including production employees, professionals, technicians, and administrative personnel.
- Ensures all required regulatory/company training is completed throughout the facility including division offices and plant and is well documented.
- Effectively communicates to co-workers, suppliers, et al.; information, which they require to do their jobs. The communication must be clear and accomplished in a positive manner.
- Provides positive leadership and direction needed to accomplish the overall objectives of the position.
- Coaches and develops staff using objective assessment tools and provides timely feedback regarding performance.
- Recognizes and rewards results and behavior consistent with Precor standards.
- Maintain ESG / Carbon footprint data and drive continuous improvement actions to meet our strategic goals.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
YOU BRING TO PRECOR
- Bachelor's degree (B.A.)
- 6+ years minimum depending on education
- Preferred CSP (Certified Safety Professional) and/or CPE (Certified Professional Ergonomist), or technical degree with relevant experience.
- Results oriented, manufacturing process background.
- Comprehensive knowledge of the OSHA, EPA and DOT regulations. Experience in the interpretation of local and state environmental and safety standards.
- Demonstrated experience in the integration of EHS into the manufacturing process preferred.
- Management and leadership skills.
- Environmental, Ergonomic and Safety regulations and use of related instrumentation and equipment. Worker’s Compensation claims management and return to work strategies.
- Develop relationships with employees, supervisors, and management.
- Identify, quantify, and resolve health, safety, and environmental hazards in a timely manner.
- Develop strategies, action plans, and metrics to monitor results.
- Create and facilitate safety training.
- Effectively communicate safety hazards, regulations, and procedures (through oral and written communications).
- Use a variety of computer programs and systems, at an advanced level, including Microsoft and Google Docs.
- Work in a fast-paced, changing environment.
- Must be able to travel.
- Must be able to to 40 lbs.
- Light physical effort in an office environment
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Base Salary: $100,000-$150,000
The base salary range represents the low and high end of the anticipated salary range for this position based at our Woodinville, WA headquarters. The actual base salary offered for this position will depend on numerous factors including individual performance, business objectives, and if the location for the job changes. Our base salary is just one component of Precor’s total rewards strategy that also includes region-specific health and welfare benefits.
As an organization, one of our top priorities is to maintain the health and well-being of our employees and their families. To achieve this goal, we offer robust and comprehensive benefits including:
- Medical, dental and vision insurance
- Generous paid time off policy
- Short-term and long-term disability
- Access to Employee Assistance Program; including access to mental health services.
- 401(k) including employer match.
- Pet insurance and so much more!
Precor, part of the Peloton family, is known for developing and manufacturing the most innovative and reliable commercial fitness equipment on the market. With over 40 years of empowering exercisers, trainers, business owners, and operators alike we take pride in offering world-class fitness solutions across over 13,000 facilities and 100+ countries. We sweat every detail to bring best-in-class product solutions into commercial facilities, meeting exercisers wherever they are: at work, at school, in the gym, or on the road.
Precor values the side-by-side collaboration that comes with working together in an office. Our Hybrid Working Policy requires team members in US office-based roles to be in the office every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Precor is an equal opportunity employer and committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our applicants. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. If you would like to request any accommodations from application through to interview, please email: HR@precor.com