EHS Manager – Minerals Technologies Inc. – Colony, WY

8. Establish processes to keep abreast of proposed changes to existing laws

with regard to their possible effects on all facilities, especially the plants,

and take action with site leadership or plant management to address

these items on a proactive basis, as needed

9. Ensure corrective actions on any items of improvement from third party

inspections (e.g. OSHA, MSHA, EPA, etc.) are brought to the Company’s

attention and tracked to completion

10. Lead new hire and annual refresher MSHA training

11. Establish and oversee various plant EHS inspection processes identifying

potential safety hazards, compliance issues and ensure timely correction

of all items noted

12. Coordinate and support investigations and root cause analysis for injuries,

releases, regulatory deviations, near miss incidents and property damage


13. Ensure a contractor safety management process (including periodic

inspections and correction of violations) is in place and meets all

regulatory and company requirements

14. Conduct safety analyses on job functions and work with site management

and employees to reduce and manage risk

15. Interface with regulatory agencies and assist in negotiation of permit

requirements and other regulatory initiatives

16. Ensure that safety reviews are conducted for all new process equipment

and projects and that they are properly installed

17. Work with Plant Managers to field and respond to neighborhood concerns

regarding dust, noise, etc.

18. Provide oversight to environmental remediation efforts as necessary for


19. Provide oversight and support for the sustainability report data collection


20. Performing and maintaining the industrial hygiene program

Continuous Improvement/Lean

1. Acts as resource and champion for continuous improvement activities

(Suggestion Program, 5S, Kaizen, TPM, problem solving, etc.).

2. Work with Plant Managers and Plant Teams to ensure individual

employee involvement in continuous improvement activities.

Qualifications and Experience:

The requirements listed in the sections that follow are representative of the

knowledge, skills and/or abilities required to perform the duties of this job.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with

disabilities to perform the essential functions (primary duties) of the job.

Incumbent must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and a minimum

of five years’ experience in a multiple site production setting. Must have

experience with environmental regulations, standards and implementation of

environmental programs in a manufacturing environment. Knowledge of

safety regulations and processes is a plus. Demonstrated ability to work

effectively with regulatory agencies. Incumbent must have a proven track

record of collaborating with others to implement EHS processes and systems

that facilitate continuous improvement, maintain compliance and reduce risk.

Incumbent must have the ability to communicate effectively, to motivate

others and to promote a positive work atmosphere. The incumbent must be a

persistent self-starter who can work effectively and lead others with minimum