Compensation: $55,577 - $99,798 (Based on Experience) Summary We are looking for an Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator (EHS) to conduct safety programs and investigate safety concerns to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal rules and regulations. This position also involves creating organized efforts and procedures for identifying workplace hazards and reducing accidents and exposure to harmful situations and substances. You will be involved in training personnel in accident prevention, accident response, emergency preparedness, and use of protective clothing and equipment. In this role, you will be responsible for monitoring policies and procedures to ensure a safe work environment. Job Responsibilities Conduct safety inspections and identify violations at all GLWA properties and facilities, investigate and submit written reports on incidents involving environmental health and safety matters. Respond to emergencies involving hazardous materials to aid in remediation efforts. Assist in coordinating abatement action programs and maintain up-to-date emergency response plans, procedures and current knowledge of policies, guidelines, and regulations from governmental agencies. Assist in compiling statistics, preparing reports, and maintaining records of safety violations, OSHA/MIOSHA logs, workers compensation cases, and other documents, crafting programs to control, eliminate and prevent future injuries and/or illnesses. Monitor response to potentially unsafe conditions such as smoke, fire, spills, odors, and/or exposure, risk, and/or contamination Develop policies and procedures to ensure compliance with environmental health and safety standards and best management practices and provide interpretations of rules and regulations of EHS to staff Direct and administer preparation and maintenance of mandated environmental regulatory licenses, records, and permits on behalf of GLWA First Aid, CPR, etc. Hazards are commonly encountered in various occupations and industries and effective safety measures Michigan Workers Compensation Law Federal and Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA and MIOSHA) Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and Environmental Quality (MDEQ) requirements Required Education and Experience Associate degree or equivalent coursework or Bachelor’s degree; with specialization in environmental or occupational health and safety or a related discipline A minimum of five (5) years of experience in assisting with planning and conducting successful safety programs covering a wide variety of occupations and exposures to hazardous work environments Certified Safety Professional Certification preferred Other Requirements A valid Michigan Driver's License Benefits Comprehensive benefits package effective 30 days after employment, including health, dental, vision, tuition reimbursement, 401k, and team member discount programs. Click HERE for more information. GLWA is an equal-opportunity employer.