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Technician, EHS (10013)


Marana Aerospace Solutions
Location: Tucson, Arizona
Job type: Contract/Locum
Contact: No Name
Category: Technician
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Description

I. JOB PURPOSE

Maintain company compliance with Code of Federal Regulations. Specifically, 40 CFR Parts 262 & 263, - Hazardous Materials Handling, Storage and Disposal, 29 CFR1910 and 1926 OSHA / Hazard Communication, 49 CFR 171, 172, 173 Haz Mat Transportation.

II.WORKING CONDITIONS

Physical Demands: Bending and reaching. Requires squatting, carrying, pushing and pulling weight in excess of 200 Lbs. Requires heavy lifting (capable of 80+ lbs.), frequent walking and climbing.

Equipment Operated: Various size forklifts, 2 ½ Ton flatbed truck, floor jacks, hand dollies, motorized fluid transfer pump, and various hand tools.

Work Location: Interior and exterior base facilities.

Potential Hazards: Exposure to hazardous materials and heat stress.

III.JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Essential Hazardous Materials Job Functions:

Ensures the following in reference to all waste accumulation sites.

· Hazardous waste is accumulated in DOT approved containers.

· All containers are in good condition (no leaks, bulges, damage, etc.)

· Containers are marked with appropriate labels “Hazardous Waste” and “Haz Class” labels. “Non-Hazardous Waste”, “Universal Waste”, etc.

· Areas are free of trash and debris.

· All waste is compatible with its container and/or liner.

· Containers are kept tightly closed.

· Containers holding incompatible waste are kept apart by physical barrier or sufficient distance.

· Determine if heat generation has occurred from incompatible waste in containers, or decomposition.

· Separates and confines ignitable or reactive wastes from sources of heat or ignition.

· Posting of safety signs (“No Smoking”, NFPA fire diamond, etc.) used to alert employees and public of hazards.

· Spill prevention and containment. Coordination of clean-up processes in accordance with Marana Aerospace’s SPCC.

· Ensure on a weekly basis that the Communication and Fire suppression equipment is operational.

· Ensure that the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is available at Waste Accumulation Areas.

· Inspections of the 90-Day Waste Accumulation Area for containment, structure and security are completed.

· Instructs the Marana Aerospace “Hazard Communication Course”. This course is for new and recurrent training needs.

Marginal Job Functions:

· Moves all containers full of hazardous waste to the 90-Day Accumulation Area.

· Replaces full containers with empty DOT approved containers.

· Facility wide removal and containment of hazardous waste (spills, solids) from ground environment.

· Coordination of hazardous waste transportation with authorized vendors.

· Confirms and signs hazardous waste manifests.

· Provides “On-The-Job” training to personnel who generate hazardous waste. This helps ensure compliance with regulations involving the handling and disposal of Hazardous Materials and Waste.

· Revises the Marana Aerospace Hazardous Communication Standard as needed.

· Coordinates budget requirements with upper management and suggests opportunities for cost reduction.

· Coordinates special “Lab Packs” for transportation and disposal.

  • Ensure that all work performed is done in a safe manner. Directs activities to protect employees from harm and maintain safe working conditions.

Essential Environmental, Health and Safety Related Job Functions:

  • Waste Water Flow Monitoring – Battery Changes – Data Downloads – File Distribution
  • Drinking Water Sampling – Numerous Sites – Monthly, Quarterly, Annual. Obtains samples, routes samples to laboratory, receives and reviews lab reports, submits results to ADEQ, initiates repeat sampling and posting of notices when exceedances are found.
  • Obtains and ensures input of Daily Air Quality Emissions Data into MS Access database – Analyzes new paint products for Hazardous Air Pollutants and determines percentages of constituents using CAS numbers and specific gravities. Creates new tracking for new products. Calculates monthly emissions and develops semi-annual Air Quality Permit reports and submits to Pinal County DEQ.
  • Performs monthly fire extinguisher inspections for the entire facility.
  • Conducts respiratory protection mask fit testing and coordinates medical evaluations with the Human Resources department.
  • Conducts safety indoctrination training for new hires.
  • Stocks first aid kits for the entire facility.
  • Performs weekly inspections of emergency eye wash stations.
  • Performs weekly inspections of emergency showers.
  • Develops reports for well water usage reports and submits to ADEQ.
  • Monitors well water treatment system for proper treatment (chlorine system)
  • Receives and distributes MSDS sheets.
  • Performs Incident Investigations for personal injuries.
  • Performs safety surveillance and provides a point of contact for safety concerns.
  • Performs hazard assessments and develops appropriate procedures.
  • Conducts safety committee meeting, assigns tasks, etc.
  • Makes new hire safety kits. Coordinates purchase of safety supplies.
  • Updates the safety sign at the front gate.
  • Develops and administers safety incentive programs.
Qualifications

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Maintain company compliance with Code of Federal Regulations. Specifically, 29 CFR1910.1200 Hazard Communication and 40 CFR Parts 262 & 263, - Hazardous Materials Handling, Storage and Disposal. 49 CFR 171, 172, 173. Ability to read, write and understand the English language.

Education/Training: 16 hr. RCRA Initial Certification with annual 8 hour refresher certifications, 40 hr. OSHA Hazwoper Certification with annual 8 hour refresher certifications, 24 hr. Hazardous Materials Transportation, Federal Hazardous Materials Regulation 49 CFR DOT/IATA, Hazardous Waste Site Supervisor.

Recommended training:

OSHA Train the Trainer, Hazard Communication Instructor.

Experience: Minimum of 3 years experience.

Description

I. JOB PURPOSE

Maintain company compliance with Code of Federal Regulations. Specifically, 40 CFR Parts 262 & 263, - Hazardous Materials Handling, Storage and Disposal, 29 CFR1910 and 1926 OSHA / Hazard Communication, 49 CFR 171, 172, 173 Haz Mat Transportation.

II.WORKING CONDITIONS

Physical Demands: Bending and reaching. Requires squatting, carrying, pushing and pulling weight in excess of 200 Lbs. Requires heavy lifting (capable of 80+ lbs.), frequent walking and climbing.

Equipment Operated: Various size forklifts, 2 ½ Ton flatbed truck, floor jacks, hand dollies, motorized fluid transfer pump, and various hand tools.

Work Location: Interior and exterior base facilities.

Potential Hazards: Exposure to hazardous materials and heat stress.

III.JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Essential Hazardous Materials Job Functions:

Ensures the following in reference to all waste accumulation sites.

· Hazardous waste is accumulated in DOT approved containers.

· All containers are in good condition (no leaks, bulges, damage, etc.)

· Containers are marked with appropriate labels “Hazardous Waste” and “Haz Class” labels. “Non-Hazardous Waste”, “Universal Waste”, etc.

· Areas are free of trash and debris.

· All waste is compatible with its container and/or liner.

· Containers are kept tightly closed.

· Containers holding incompatible waste are kept apart by physical barrier or sufficient distance.

· Determine if heat generation has occurred from incompatible waste in containers, or decomposition.

· Separates and confines ignitable or reactive wastes from sources of heat or ignition.

· Posting of safety signs (“No Smoking”, NFPA fire diamond, etc.) used to alert employees and public of hazards.

· Spill prevention and containment. Coordination of clean-up processes in accordance with Marana Aerospace’s SPCC.

· Ensure on a weekly basis that the Communication and Fire suppression equipment is operational.

· Ensure that the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is available at Waste Accumulation Areas.

· Inspections of the 90-Day Waste Accumulation Area for containment, structure and security are completed.

· Instructs the Marana Aerospace “Hazard Communication Course”. This course is for new and recurrent training needs.

Marginal Job Functions:

· Moves all containers full of hazardous waste to the 90-Day Accumulation Area.

· Replaces full containers with empty DOT approved containers.

· Facility wide removal and containment of hazardous waste (spills, solids) from ground environment.

· Coordination of hazardous waste transportation with authorized vendors.

· Confirms and signs hazardous waste manifests.

· Provides “On-The-Job” training to personnel who generate hazardous waste. This helps ensure compliance with regulations involving the handling and disposal of Hazardous Materials and Waste.

· Revises the Marana Aerospace Hazardous Communication Standard as needed.

· Coordinates budget requirements with upper management and suggests opportunities for cost reduction.

· Coordinates special “Lab Packs” for transportation and disposal.

  • Ensure that all work performed is done in a safe manner. Directs activities to protect employees from harm and maintain safe working conditions.

Essential Environmental, Health and Safety Related Job Functions:

  • Waste Water Flow Monitoring – Battery Changes – Data Downloads – File Distribution
  • Drinking Water Sampling – Numerous Sites – Monthly, Quarterly, Annual. Obtains samples, routes samples to laboratory, receives and reviews lab reports, submits results to ADEQ, initiates repeat sampling and posting of notices when exceedances are found.
  • Obtains and ensures input of Daily Air Quality Emissions Data into MS Access database – Analyzes new paint products for Hazardous Air Pollutants and determines percentages of constituents using CAS numbers and specific gravities. Creates new tracking for new products. Calculates monthly emissions and develops semi-annual Air Quality Permit reports and submits to Pinal County DEQ.
  • Performs monthly fire extinguisher inspections for the entire facility.
  • Conducts respiratory protection mask fit testing and coordinates medical evaluations with the Human Resources department.
  • Conducts safety indoctrination training for new hires.
  • Stocks first aid kits for the entire facility.
  • Performs weekly inspections of emergency eye wash stations.
  • Performs weekly inspections of emergency showers.
  • Develops reports for well water usage reports and submits to ADEQ.
  • Monitors well water treatment system for proper treatment (chlorine system)
  • Receives and distributes MSDS sheets.
  • Performs Incident Investigations for personal injuries.
  • Performs safety surveillance and provides a point of contact for safety concerns.
  • Performs hazard assessments and develops appropriate procedures.
  • Conducts safety committee meeting, assigns tasks, etc.
  • Makes new hire safety kits. Coordinates purchase of safety supplies.
  • Updates the safety sign at the front gate.
  • Develops and administers safety incentive programs.
Qualifications

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Maintain company compliance with Code of Federal Regulations. Specifically, 29 CFR1910.1200 Hazard Communication and 40 CFR Parts 262 & 263, - Hazardous Materials Handling, Storage and Disposal. 49 CFR 171, 172, 173. Ability to read, write and understand the English language.

Education/Training: 16 hr. RCRA Initial Certification with annual 8 hour refresher certifications, 40 hr. OSHA Hazwoper Certification with annual 8 hour refresher certifications, 24 hr. Hazardous Materials Transportation, Federal Hazardous Materials Regulation 49 CFR DOT/IATA, Hazardous Waste Site Supervisor.

Recommended training:

OSHA Train the Trainer, Hazard Communication Instructor.

Experience: Minimum of 3 years experience.

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