INEOS OLEFINS & POLYMERS USA Industrial Hygiene and Safety System Manager in LEAGUE CITY, Texas

The INEOS O&P USA (O&P) business includes the product lines Ethylene, Propylene, Butadiene, Polypropylene and Polyethylene. Manufacturing sites include Chocolate Bayou Works (Alvin, TX), Battleground Manufacturing Complex (LaPorte, TX), Carson (Carson, CA), Pipeline Operations with a division office in League City, TX. Overall O&P has over 1,200 employees, 1,400 contractors, and annual revenue of $3 to $4 billion. How the Role Fits In: Compliance with Health and Safety (H&S) regulations and industry standards can affect O&P operations. The role requires the monitoring of site H&S performance and seeks to identify opportunities for improvement. The incumbent primary responsibility is to serve as the corporate Industrial Hygienist (IH) expert and possess a general knowledge of safety programs. The successful candidate will use their IH and safety program experience to assist sites with the practical development and implementation of IH and other safety programs. The incumbent must have the ability to network with site staff to effect the continuous improvement of INEOS H&S programs. The Main Purpose of the Role: The IH and Safety Systems Manager ensures that externally regulatory requirements and standards in areas such as safety, health, chemical registration, and chemical safety are understood and followed by the organization. Additionally, the IH and Safety Systems Manager ensures that effective management systems are in place across the O&P operations and business activities to maintain compliance and to identify and pursue further opportunities to reduce risk and drive continuous improvement. RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES 1. Develop and maintain management systems with clear expectations and accountabilities that ensure the organization understands internal processes that will enable appropriate management of all legal and associated risks in relation to H&S matters. Develop, recommend and oversee execution of H&S policies, systems, programs & tools that support O&P business strategy. Identify and pursue new process improvement tactics and tools that will drive performance and continuous improvement in all of O&P operations. Provide primary technical expertise and oversight for certain business-wide H&S systems and programs (e.g., occupational health). 2 Works with the Product Stewardship Advisor to ensure O&P compliance with global chemical registration and chemical safety laws necessary to sell products in countries of interest. Ensure specialized technical and regulatory H&S expertise is available as needed via internal or external resources to support and deliver continued compliance Oversee management of legal liabilities as they relate to chemical registration, safety, and toxicology Understand product slate and commercial strategy and advise operating companies on toxicology emerging issues 3 Establish and lead integrated H&S auditing/assessment/improvement program for O&P operations Coordinate a consistent approach to site-based audits as required by INEOS. Maintain resources to effect a thorough auditing program are in force. Ensure site H&S compliance management systems are populated with applicable legal requirements, associated tasks, and operational controls. Lead and track to closure assessment and audit recommendations. Willing to learn and participate in the O&P ISO 9001 quality programs. 5. Establish H&S performance expectations and requirements, required tactics and plans to drive and monitor performance and identify improvement opportunities. Establish key H&S performance indicators and targets for O&P sites and businesses. Establish tactics and tools that will engage all levels of the workforce in desired behaviors and activities that will derive desired performance results. Monitor H&S performance data and trends, audit to ensure compliance and suggest tactics to improve performance. Monitor H&S regulations and external/industry practices t