Oracle Environmental Health & Safety Specialist - POLAND in Warsaw, Poland

Environmental Health & Safety Specialist - POLAND

Preferred Qualifications

Environmental Health & Safety Specialist POLAND

Responsibilities:

EHS

  • Conduct inspections, investigations, and appraisals, make recommendations and oversee the implementation of changes concerning safe work practices and procedures.

  • Maintaining records required by all local regulatory authorities.

  • Develop the instructions related to the Health and Safety at work.

  • Participation in the inspection carried out by external bodies such as the National Labor Inspectorate, State Sanitary Inspection and Technical Inspection Office, providing required information.

  • Develop post-inspection letters/outcome of the audit.

  • Interpretation and implementation of the regulations of the State Labor Inspectorate and the State Sanitary Inspection.

  • Cooperation with HR in terms of organizing and ensuring an adequate level of training in the field of occupational health and safety and to ensure proper trainings to new employees are delivered (initial training and periodic training). Ensuring all mandatory H&S trainings are made on time, documentation/certificates are completed.

  • Develop the Health and Safety training materials.

  • Leading in the Health and Safety Committee meetings.

  • Supervision on the measurements of harmful factors.

  • Conducting post-accident documentation, including records of accident (of accidents at work and accidents in the delegation).

  • Conducting and updating occupational risk.

  • Cooperating with building owners regarding delivery of fire drills and update of the emergency evacuation plans.

  • Cooperation with medical provided regarding organization of first aid trainings.

  • Ensuring all materials related to Health and Safety are updated and uploaded at the internal website.

  • Follow all relevant official regulations in respect to labor law and H&S local legislation, inform the local management about the mandatory changes and introduce them in a proper legislative way.

  • Promoting Health and Safety culture and initiatives.

  • Provide direct support to employees with Health and Safety concerns or questions.

  • Maintain a close relationship with Regional and Global EHS.

Environmental Protection

  • First point of contact for all matters related to environmental protection

  • Cooperating with external company who supports Oracle to fulfill obligations related to placing products on the market

  • Managing of environmental fees issues

Corporate Initiatives

  • Provides input into the corporate sustainability program via Regional EHS Manager.

  • Acts as liaison to ensure compliance with the corporate business continuity program; provides ongoing training and guidance.

  • Leading Contractor Safety Program

  • Managing Self-Inspection Lists for all offices in Poland in Unifier ( internal tool for data collection)

Purchasing Responsibilities

  • Creates annual EHS budget for Oracle Poland.

  • Reviews/updates budget report and/or biannual budget variance report for consistency and accuracy of payments.

  • Provides justification for unbudgeted EHS projects.

  • Determines project scope, obtains vendor quotes, sets up new suppliers, provides justification to fund purchase orders.

  • Where contracts are required, collaborate with contracts team to review, negotiate and execute.

  • Seeks to identify cost savings or more effective purchasing alternatives.

Reporting Responsibilities

  • Completes regular activities report according to schedule and format to communicate EHS compliance activities (KPIs and TAP), newly identified EHS risks, progress towards EHS goals, and leading and lagging EHS indicators.

  • Responsible for regulatory reporting for country and local agencies as required, such as National Environment Protection Agency.

  • Maintains document management system such that documents can be easily retrieved to demonstrate EHS compliance.

Qualifications:

  • Higher education (master degree or engineer degree) in Health and Safety or higher education postgraduate studies (Health and Safety)

  • Familiar with policies, procedures and good practices regarding Environment, Health and Safety

  • Minimum 2 years of experience as Health and Safety Specialist in the international organization

  • Able to communicate clearly and precisely, in both written and verbal communications (also in English).

  • Comfortable with developing and delivering presentations to employees of all levels

  • Self-confident hands-on approach and ability to effect change

  • Strong customer service skills

  • Proficient in Excel, PowerPoint, and Word

  • Fluent in English

  • Readiness for occasional business trips

Detailed Description and Job Requirements

Provide building and office management services for economy of operation and maximum usage of facilities and equipment. Work with external vendors to develop and implement facilities plans. Review vendor contracts, onsite vendor performance, timely work order completion, and construction related activities. Participate in collaborative space planning efforts with internal resources and user groups. Prepare and monitor annual property budget and other related costs in facility planning. This position will interface with both senior management as well as individual contributors.

As a member of our Real Estate and Facilities team, you will assist the building or office manager in all aspects of daily operations. This may include managing Oracle

  • s office space and equipment. Ensure adherence to company guidelines, processes and building and safety codes. Obtain, review and estimate design costs including equipment, installation, labor, materials, and preparation. Prepare annual budget. Conduct benchmarking.

Job duties are varied and complex utilizing independent judgment. May have project lead role. Applies professional, technical, and operational depth and experience to continuously improve service quality. Excellent communication and decision making skills. Familiarity with email and MS Office applications is essential. Willing to function as after- hours contact for facilities emergencies and be accessible via phone or pager. Degree, relevant certification or equivalent with 5 years prior facilities management or assistant property manager experience preferred.

As part of Oracle's employment process candidates will be required to complete a pre-employment screening process, prior to an offer being made. This will involve identity and employment verification, salaryverification, professional references, education verification and professional qualifications and memberships (if applicable).

Job: Facilities

Location: PL-PL,Poland-Warsaw

Job Type: Regular Employee Hire

Organization: Oracle