Clean Harbors LDAR Compliance Auditor in Norwell, Massachusetts
Provides environmental and health and safety compliance support to management and staff across North America. The role includes supporting Company operations, auditing the regulatory compliance performance (with a focus on LDAR requirements) of facilities and reporting findings to executive management. Work with management in operations, environmental compliance and health and safety to communicate and implement leading practices to improve regulatory compliance in support of the Corporate “Zero Deficiency” goal.
Ensures Health and Safety is the number one goal by following policies, processes, and always acting in a safe manner;
Plans and conducts audits of LDAR monitoring including calibration, testing, repairs, and review of documentation at company facilities;
Prepares audit reports and corrective action plans. Monitors the execution of corrective actions;
May be tasked with planning and execution of audits of internal controls covering a broad range of the company’s operations;
Examines records, documents, methods, policies, and other factors to determine if functional areas are conducting operations in accordance with established guidelines, policies, procedures, and governmental and legal requirements;
Leverage technology to source information, data and evaluate environmental compliance risk areas;
Makes recommendations regarding corrective action and reviews audit findings with managers;
Communicate significant findings/issues to management and the VP of Compliance Audit as necessary;
Coordinates the preparation of reports summarizing audit results;
Provide follow-up and ensure that regulatory compliance is achieved in a timely manner.
Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) in environmental and/or science discipline, or similar related experience, or 2-5 years equivalent combination of education and/or experience;
Knowledge of LDAR testing requirements and related regulations;
Superior organizational management, administration, and communication skills;
Strong time management, multi-tasking, problem solving and decision-making skills;
Computer literate and have proficient written and oral skills;
CHMM (Certified Hazardous Materials Manager), CEA (Certified Environmental Auditor) and OSHA certifications are a plus;
Knowledge of Federal, State and Provincial regulations, including EPA (RCRA, SARA/CERCLA, TSCA, CWA, and CAA), OSHA and DOT are a plus;
Must wear PPE as necessary (hard hat, safety glasses, steel toe boots, Tyvek, etc.);
Must be able to walk up to 5 miles daily, stand, climb, stoop, bend, and lift;
Must be available for travel (including overnight) to facilities, meetings and assigned tasks as needed;
Ability to travel frequently 60%+.
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