Conducts evaluations, assessments, and inspections to identify, evaluate, control, or eliminate critical health and safety hazards in the workplace which may cause sickness, impaired health, significant discomfort, or inefficiency. These include, but are not limited to, industrial hygiene monitoring, testing ventilation systems, investigating accidents, conducting ergonomic evaluations, performing respirator fit‑testing and training, conducting health and safety inspections, personal protective equipment (PPE) assessments, health and safety audits, hazardous materials surveys, chemical and physical exposure assessments, and safety reviews of construction and renovation plans, specifications, and activities, and responding to indoor air quality complaints. Uses a variety of industrial hygiene sampling and monitoring equipment to document personal exposures and environmental conditions. Develops corrective actions to eliminate or minimize identified critical health and safety hazards in Department workplaces at FASTC. Develops revised work procedures, specifies PPE and engineering controls, arranges or conducts appropriate training, and specifies record keeping and documentation requirements. Collaborates with workplace personnel, supervisors and facility managers to implement corrective actions and provide adequate follow‑up to ensure the hazards have been adequately mitigated. Acts as recognized authority on sustainability programs for DOS facilities at FASTC. Manages, develops and serves as focal point for implementation of strategies and strategic visions for environmental and energy programs that include the development of performance metrics and objectives for the programs. Acts as “program administrator” for certain health and safety programs, and is responsible for the development, periodic update, and occasional internal auditing of the programs. Ensures compliance with new environmental and energy laws and regulations. Coordinates, monitors and reviews reports submitted to outside regulatory agencies regarding FASTC. Oversees permit applications and the reviews and inspections conducted by such regulatory agencies as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as well as those conducted by State and local regulatory and environmental organizations at DOS facilities at FASTC. Responds to emergency situations involving chemical, biological or radiological threats. Response actions may involve the use of personal protective equipment such as disposable clothing, gloves, and respirators. Utilizes appropriate sampling equipment to determine the nature of the threat.
Qualifications- Required BS degree from an accredited college or university in the field of industrial hygiene, occupational safety and health, or other related field of study. Expert knowledge of industrial hygiene, safety, and occupational health concepts, principles, practices, laws and regulations, which provide the capability to identify, evaluate, and control industrial hygiene, occupational health and safety hazards. Incumbent must be able to apply experienced judgment and knowledge to recommend substantive program changes and identify alternative management actions, or resolve critical industrial hygiene management problems.
Knowledge of program management concepts and practices that can be applied to resolve industrial hygiene management problems and implement the Department’s domestic safety program at a complex training campus. Ability to communicate effectively. Ability to prepare written health and safety management programs, detailed standard operating procedures, and accurate technical reports. Ability to develop a variety of training presentations and materials for technical subjects, and deliver the training to technical and non‑technical audiences. Work requires the incumbent to walk, stoop, bend, kneel, climb and occasionally work in uncomfortable positions. The employee may be required to lift or carry industrial hygiene sampling equipment or other supplies weighing less than 50 lbs. Work is usually performed in an office setting, although there may by occasional exposure to industrial hazards during walk‑through inspections or surveys. There may be a need to use personal protective equipment, including respirators, during inspections and emergency response activities.
Resume Requirements-A detailed resume containing, as a minimum the information specified below must be submitted with the Contractor's Offer. These qualification standards apply to both new and replacement supervisory personnel.
List of professional training and any current professional certifications.