(QHSE) Quality Health Safety and Environment Manager United States
Primary Location: North America-US-CA-Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Organization: Ground Handling
The Station QHSE Manager is responsible for the implementation and maintenance of the Company Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental (QHSE) program. In this role he/she supports the management teams and various internal departments as required and report to leadership on the overall QHSE performance, including any improvement needs.
Lead cultural change within the business to ensure continuous improvement.
Implement and maintain programs, policies and procedures to ensure full compliance with company, client and governmental QHSE requirements.
Prepare and maintain required QHSE records and reports.
Lead auditor and facilitator of Quality performance improvements.
Audit company facilities and workforce in the assigned region.
Keep abreast of current QHSE industry trends, new legislative impacts and customer requirements.
Develop and facilitate project HSE risk assessments (e.g. HAZID, safety cases).
Communicate lessons learned from incident or other opportunities for improvement by performing or facilitating;
* Non-conformity reports
* Root cause analysis Investigations
* Incidents, near misses and damages
* Customer complaints
* Key Performance Indicators.
Develop local improvement plans and monitor performance and progress.
Prepare and deliver professional presentations.
Monitor insured case management from any on the job injuries, equipment damage, property or environmental claims utilizing the Risk Management Team and appropriate Third Party Admins (TPA’s).
Align with region leadership to develop QHSE Goals & Improvement plans both targeted and strategic.
Report directly to the Regional Manager of QHSE.
Key Performance Indicators
Safety Performance index
Qualifications and Competencies
2+ years’ experience in QHSE leadership role.
Bachelor’s Degree in any of the QHSE disciplines preferred/not required
CSP, ASP, or CIH Certification preferred/not required.
ISO Lead Auditor preferred/not required
Self-Starter, able to prioritize and organize targeted and strategic projects or assignments.
Able to deal with a wide range of situations and personalities, good interpersonal skills.
Able to work well under pressure and maintain a team spirit and cooperative attitude.
Able to conduct public speaking, good presentation skills.
Detail-oriented, excellent organizational skills and consistent.
Open minded, committed to continual improvement, a change agent.
Ability to move back and forth between the strategic and tactical aspects of the role, set priorities and produce results under challenging conditions with tight deadlines.
Strong verbal, auditory & written communication skills.
Computer literate, with proficient skills in MS-Office suite of programs.
Team player and leader
Occasional Travel required, less than 5% a year.
Other duties as identified in support of the QHSE function.