Thermo Fisher Scientific EHS Specialist II in Foster City, California
When you join us at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll be part of a smart, driven team that shares your passion for exploration and discovery. With revenues of $22 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world.
This individual will report to a customer site based in Foster City, CA.
What will you do?
Supporting Chemical Inventory Management processes and projects including, but not limited to:
Processing daily data maintenance of the CISPro Chemical Management Database, including the Potential Peroxide Forming Material tracking system and data entry auditing
Supporting of CisPro system upgrade and documentation
Maintenance of Solvent Delivery System Reference Information Binders (system drawings, daily procedures, parts lists, start up/shut down procedures, etc.) for all current and future solvent systems (B362, 368, 355, NB357 and 324)
Supporting Lecture Bottle Cylinder replenishment program
Supporting Chemical Management and Solvent Services SOP or WI updates
Supporting DEA/DOJ controlled substances program compliance which may include ordering of controlled substances as part of Replenishment Services
Coordinating lab compliance safety inspections with all relevant personnel
Assisting with laboratory compliance and safety inspections of laboratory spaces by documenting inspection findings/action items
Creating lab inspection data reports for presentation for various departments by extracting data from lab inspection software
Tracking completion of any corrective actions/action items from laboratory safety compliance inspection findings
Data entry and QA of the Sphera/Compliance Manager software platforms.
Reconciliation of inspection reports for all life safety equipment ( fire extinguishers, eyewash and safety shower station, chemical spill kits, first aid kits, AEDs, and oxygen cylinders) to verify that all equipment inspections are properly documented on a monthly basis
Conducting field quality ‘spot checks’ of life safety equipment inspections.
Assisting with various administrative duties (e.g. filing, spreadsheet data entry, auditing, in-person lab inspections) to support safety programs associated with laboratories and chemical storage areas such as Radiation Safety Program, Controlled Substances or Compressed Gas Programs
Coordinating and scheduling Life Safety Equipment trainings with enrolled attendees
Supporting additional Chemical Hygiene Safety Program tasks
Participate in professional educational programs to maintain skill levels and certifications.
How will you get here?
- Bachelor's Degree in Safety, Environmental, Sciences, Engineering or related field from a four-year College or University preferred
2+ years of hands on experience / strong understanding of EHS as it relates to service organizations.
Experience in a continuous improvement environment with a track record of achieving significant development year over year.
Broad operational EHS experience in a large service based company environment.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Demonstrated ability to interpret and implement requirements of CALOsha, OSHA, DOT, FAA, NFPA, NEC, RCRA, EPA, NRC, ADA, ANSI and ISO-14001 Certification.
Familiarity with exposure levels to chemical and physical agents.
Familiarity with chemical incompatibilities.
Strong skills in the delivery and deployment of EHS services to diverse and dispersed user groups located at multiple sites.
Ability to deal with ambiguity and the corresponding capacity to make decisions or recommendations based on potentially incomplete information.
Project management skills and understanding of project management lifecycle.
Ability to work in a highly matrixed environment.
Ability to successfully lead projects to completion on time and within budget.
Ability to make final decisions on administrative or operational matters.
Ability to quickly understand the business and EHS’s impact on its success.
Strong analytical skills.
Strong skills in relationship building and constituent management – the ability to bring compromise to situations between multiple constituents with different viewpoints/ motivations.
Strong computer/software skills (Outlook, Excel, Word, Visio, etc.)
Interact with clients and vendors.
Interact with representatives from all areas of the business and manage inter-disciplinary projects.
Interact with site-level staff, providing project updates and input regarding future potential projects as necessary.
Communication skills must be sufficient to potentially negotiate problem resolution internally throughout the division and externally with customers.
Physical activities: Chemical handling and personal protective equipment worn when required. Level of visual acuity: Professional Working conditions: Well-lit, quiet engineering cubicles and labs. Exposure to hazardous chemicals or emergency situations as needed. Equipment/Tools: Personal computer, telephone, fax machine, mechanical equipment, variety of facilities equipment.
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