The EHS Director will develop and implement policies and procedures for environmental, safety, and health topics for employees working in high risk positions. Provides advice and recommendations for maintaining team safety and environmental protection for all assets. Manages EHS audit schedules and requirements to ensure internal and government standards on environmental health and safety are met. Responsible for compliance with environmental, health, and safety policies. Analyzes audit results and develops new policies and changes to existing internal policies to ensure compliance. Reviews issued EHS reports to identify data inconsistencies and trends concerning employee incidents.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of ten (10) years’ experience in a Environmental, Safety and Health leadership role with a Midstream company. Specific experience and expertise in the following is required:
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You'll be working for a great, stable organization with a strong parent company backing them. The company is focused on gas gathering, processing and treatment of natural gas, along with other midstream services. You will be part of a very impressive team with various backgrounds from the midstream and upstream industries.
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