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The EHS Manager is accountable for the Environmental, Health and Safety Program at the site. As a direct report to the Plant Director, the EHS Manager provides site leadership in Environmental Compliance, Health and Safety of employees. Specifically, this individual is accountable for the development and implementation of strategies, systems and programs to be executed by site leaders towards the goals of zero health and safety incidents, perfectly safe food as defined by Six Sigma Quality & EHS performance, and 100% compliance to all FSAI and HSA regulations.


• Implement KDP EHS policy and procedures, incorporating legislative requirements, industry best practice within EHS.
• Drive a continuous improvement EHS culture throughout the site.
• Prepare, review and submit compliance reports to local, state and federal environmental regulatory agencies.
• Manage and update all environmental programs and permits for wastewater discharge, storm water, hazardous... waste, and other regulatory requirements as they pertain to the specific location.
• Manage HSA or other legal requirements in the area for recordkeeping databases and provide quantitative and qualitative monthly reports and other necessary governmental reports.
• Regularly inspect and monitor the facility to ensure that the plant is fully operating in compliance with KDP compliance regulations and HSA regulations.
• Ensure compliance with all HSE and Food Safety & Quality legal and regulatory requirements and associated policies, standards, procedures and forms of the Company within the operations environment.

• Lead execution and improvement of all EHS systems, programs, policies and procedures.
• Lead execution of a strong CAPA (Corrective and Preventative Actions) or other legally mandated program in the area that drives site improvement in Environmental Health and Safety.
• Lead the root cause analysis of accidents and incidents and collaborate with peers to develop strategies to reduce the frequency and severity of accidents.
• Proactive use of EHS data to drive culture and continuous improvement.
• Ability to establish and manage departments operating budget, including but not limited to Headcount, Compensation, Material & Supplies, Repair & Maintenance, and Professional Fees.
• Lead site incident management (with support from Corporate QEHS) with regard to food safety, environmental compliance and safety. Examples include FDA Recall, HSA, OSHA, EPA, or other legal notifications from the area.
• Define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
• Owns the site EHS TPM pillar
Kildare Ireland


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