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Biosafety Specialist

Posted: Jun 18, 2020

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The University of Maryland, Baltimore’s Office of Environmental Health and Safety has an opening for a Biosafety Specialist. The Biosafety Specialist responsible for contributing to the design, development, implementation and maintenance of the comprehensive Biological Safety Program.

The Biosafety Specialist will work in the Office of Environmental Health and Safety at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. The Office of Environmental Health and Safety is responsible for the design and implementation of programs to enhance safety at the University of Maryland Baltimore. The department provides consultation and services to research laboratories, clinical areas, facilities, and offices in the areas of chemical, biological, and radioactive materials safety; occupational safety and industrial hygiene; fire safety; environmental and hazardous waste management; and workers compensation and insurance. The department’s offices are located in downtown Baltimore near the Inner Harbor area.

This Exempt, Regular offers a generous benefits package that includes 22 vacation days, 14 floating and holidays, 15 sick days; comprehensive health insurance and retirement options; and tuition remission for employees and their dependents at any of the University System of Maryland schools.

Industrial Hygienist (IH)

Posted: Jun 18, 2020

Windjammer Environmental 

Job Description

 The IH will identify all hazardous materials in proposed construction/demolition/alteration project areas, will prepare a report summarizing the field activities, detailing the laboratory results (i.e. lead based paint (LBP) asbestos,) and conclusions, list with number and type of hazardous materials identified, including photographs and site diagrams documenting the work, tabulated tables comparing sample results to appropriate regulatory standards, these will be noted and quantified. Samples will be collected as needed and sent to a National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP)/National Lead Laboratory Accreditation Program (NLLAP) accredited laboratory. Reports will be submitted for each assessment conducted prior to a renovation/demolition project within 10 business days of receipt of laboratory results. Results will be uploaded in OSCAR data base against appropriate Building Permit number (BP) or Work Order number (WO).

IH will perform periodic inspections to ensure project compliance with health and safety directives, SOW, and applicable Federal facility guidance. Serves as the technical expert for facility related issues and assists the Client with any project questions, related to any identified hazardous material

The IH will conduct IAQ assessments on an as needed basis. Performs room/suite sampling and analysis of organic and inorganic material and physical phenomena; reviews and maintains records; interviews employees, takes photographs and collects environmental samples using a variety of sampling equipment and techniques; makes computational analysis of test results. Presents data and makes recommendations to Safety Manager on actions to be taken. Drafts brief reports of moderately extensive investigations or surveys and analytical results.

The IH will be directly responsible for ensuring the accuracy, timeliness and completion of all tasks assigned under this contact.

Contacts federal employees essentially for the purpose of obtaining advice, discussing investigations or surveys, obtaining data, and reporting on findings. Contacts workers and supervisors during investigations and surveys for the purpose of attaching sampling equipment to the workers to monitor hazardous exposures, and for observing and asking questions about work operations.

Provide technical support in identifying and drafting reports of moderately extensive investigations or surveys and analytical results.

Works with Management staff and agencies facility coordinators to clearly identify all preparation, cleanup, disposal and post abatement clearance testing activities associated with repair and alteration projects, like paints solvents and glues.

Provide technical support to analyze, identify, and measure workplace hazards or stressors that can cause sickness, impaired health, or significant discomfort in workers through chemical, physical, ergonomic, or biological exposures in construction or rehabilitation efforts.

Conduct site inspections and evaluations to validate that safety recommendations are being followed.

Perform mold inspections of facility HVAC, and related mechanical systems, and equipment when needed to address employee concerns.

Inspect construction abatement projects for compliance with construction documents.

Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)

Posted: Jun 18, 2020

Windjammer Environmental 

Job Description

 The CIH will identify all hazardous materials in proposed construction/demolition/alteration project areas, will prepare a report summarizing the field activities, detailing the laboratory results (i.e. lead based paint (LBP) asbestos,) and conclusions, list with number and type of hazardous materials identified, including photographs and site diagrams documenting the work, tabulated tables comparing sample results to appropriate regulatory standards, these will be noted and quantified. Samples will be collected as needed and sent to a National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP)/National Lead Laboratory Accreditation Program (NLLAP) accredited laboratory. Reports will be submitted for each assessment conducted prior to a renovation/demolition project within 10 business days of receipt of laboratory results. Results will be uploaded in OSCAR data base against appropriate Building Permit number (BP) or Work Order number (WO).

CIH will perform periodic inspections to ensure project compliance with health and safety directives, SOW, and applicable Federal facility guidance. Serves as the technical expert for facility related issues and assists the Client with any project questions, related to any identified hazardous material

The CIH will conduct IAQ assessments on an as needed basis. Performs room/suite sampling and analysis of organic and inorganic material and physical phenomena; reviews and maintains records; interviews employees, takes photographs and collects environmental samples using a variety of sampling equipment and techniques; makes computational analysis of test results. Presents data and makes recommendations to Safety Manager on actions to be taken. Drafts brief reports of moderately extensive investigations or surveys and analytical results.

The CIH will be directly responsible for ensuring the accuracy, timeliness and completion of all tasks assigned under this contact.

Contacts federal employees essentially for the purpose of obtaining advice, discussing investigations or surveys, obtaining data, and reporting on findings. Contacts workers and supervisors during investigations and surveys for the purpose of attaching sampling equipment to the workers to monitor hazardous exposures, and for observing and asking questions about work operations.

Provide technical support in identifying and drafting reports of moderately extensive investigations or surveys and analytical results.

Works with Management staff and agencies facility coordinators to clearly identify all preparation, cleanup, disposal and post abatement clearance testing activities associated with repair and alteration projects, like paints solvents and glues.

Provide technical support to analyze, identify, and measure workplace hazards or stressors that can cause sickness, impaired health, or significant discomfort in workers through chemical, physical, ergonomic, or biological exposures in construction or rehabilitation efforts.

Conduct site inspections and evaluations to validate that safety recommendations are being followed.

Perform mold inspections of facility HVAC, room CI units and related mechanical systems, and equipment when needed to address employee concerns.

Inspect construction abatement projects for compliance with construction documents.

Regional Safety Manager

Posted: Jun 15, 2020

Company:          Helix Electric

Department:       Safety

Reports To:        Corporate Safety Director

Salary Range:   $120,000-$130,000. Open based on experience, certifications, etc.

Send Resumes To DLadrech@RoadRunner.com and call me at 803.727.8302. Apply Here

SUMMARY

Responsible for providing safety support to a group of projects in a geographic area.

Safety Specialist

Posted: Jun 11, 2020

Position: Safety specialist is responsible for performing daily inspections of both surface and underground operations to ensure compliance with OSHA and contract requirements and reviewing Job Hazard Analysis’. This is primarily a field position that requires a strong and independent safety leader to perform hazard assessments of contractors’ construction operations to ensure compliance and use of “best practices”.

Experience: Minimum of 10 years’ experience as a safety professional in the heavy civil and tunnel construction industries. Excellent communication skills, including proficiency in writing detailed reports. Excellent knowledge of OSHA and applicable consensus standards.

Degree/Certifications: Degree in safety preferred, CHST or CSP credentials required.

Interested parties can contact Eric at eric.coates@mckinc.com