AES United States Southland CCGT Safety Manager in Huntington Beach, California
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Responsible for creating, implementing, and managing the Health and Safety programs for the Southland CCGT business while interfacing with the legacy team.
Responsible for managing regulatory and corporate required aspects of safety and health programs
Promotes continuous improvement in EH&S performance through annual training, program enhancements, culture changes, values and safety beliefs at all levels of the Organization.
The Safety Manager challenges existing systems, develops and implements innovative ideas focused on improving in the areas of Health and Safety.
Responsible and accountable for the design and implementation of the AES Safety Management System.
Maintain and continually improve the Safety Management System, focusing on integrating Safety Management into Work Practices and Plant Systems
Lead activities and efforts around Health and Safety-related incidents and investigations.
Perform analysis of data to identify trends and set targets in alignment with Corporate Goals, and develop proactive action plans.
Contribute to achieve Safety targets in support of business objectives.
Maintain compliance with local, state and federal regulatory Health and Safety requirements.
Manage and implement local Health and Safety compliance audits to monitor progress of continuous improvement and compliance with AES Corp Standards.
Establishment of external EHS Audit Plan.
Work in collaboration with the Business Leader on the tactical development and deployment of loss prevention strategies.
Provide guidance, interpretation and verification for KPI’s.
Direct, develop and deliver training programs.
Support Corporate Safety Initiatives
Candidates must have four (4) years’ college degree in science, engineering and/or safety or equivalent experience.
A minimum of ten (10) years’ of experience in an electric distribution/generation business (preferred)
Must be results oriented, self-motivated, and able to work with limited direct supervision.
Able to analyze cause and effect situations.
Strong interpersonal relationship skills, excellent communication skills with the ability to follow written and verbal instructions.
Proactive approach to the execution of duties and responsibilities.
Strong communication & influencing skills; with demonstrated ability to effectively build relationships at all levels in the project to quickly assess, understand and make recommendations to resolve concerns.
Be able to lift and carry objects of 50 pounds or less.
Be able to stand, climb and walk for extended periods within facility work areas.
Be able to work extended, or irregular hours as needed to support reliable operations of the facility.
Ability to travel to other AES Southland businesses.
Must have strong knowledge of OSHA/CalOSHA rules and regulations
Knowledge of NEC, NFPA, ANSI and ISO Standards
Effective organizational skills with commitment to deadlines.
Ability to effectively communicate and influence at all levels of an organization
Ability to build effective relationships; possess strong interpersonal skills
Ability to review, analyze and draw conclusions from data; effectively use the conclusions to make and communicate key recommendations
Has an attitude that “finishes the work” to a high level of professionalism
Enjoy working in a dynamic, fast-paced environment
Demonstrates alignment with AES Values, AES Safety Beliefs, cultural foundational elements and the “WE ARE AES” principle.
AES is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, disability or protected veteran status. E-Verify Notice: AES will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee's I-9 to confirm work authorization.
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