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Occupational Safety Hygienist



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Responsibilities include oversight and implementation of the Contractor's Health and Safety Program and plans. Minimum experience and qualifications include the following: - Demonstrable expertise in air monitoring technologies and in development of personal protective equipment programs for working in potentially toxic atmospheres; - Working knowledge of applicable Federal, State, and local occupation health and safety regulations; - Formal education and training in occupational health and safety; and Responsibilities include ensuring the elements of the approved safety and health program and site accident prevention plans/safety and health plans are implemented and enforced. The SHM should be an Industrial Hygienist certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene or a Safety Professional certified by the Board of Certified Safety Professional. The qualified individual for this position should have as a minimum: (1) Three years experience in developing and implementing safety and health programs at hazardous waste site cleanup operations, or equivalent. (2) Documented experience in supervising professional and technician level personnel, developing worker exposure assessment programs and air monitoring programs and techniques, and managing personal protective programs. (3) Working knowledge of state and federal occupational safety and health regulations and statutes.








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