Global EHS Director - UK home based.
Morgan Advanced Materials is a world leader in advanced materials science and engineering of ceramics, carbon and composites. We operate in a series of well-defined markets where our applications expertise offers our customers a valuable differentiator, engineering high-specification materials, components and sub-assembly parts that solve their challenging technical problems.
The Seals and Bearings business of Morgan Advanced Materials makes high-performance self-lubricating bearing and seal components, predominantly used in pumps, industrial and domestic, or other sealing applications.
We use advanced carbon/graphite, silicon carbide, alumina and zirconia materials to engineer lightweight, low-friction bearings and seals. These materials help solve the problems associated with the use of lubricants in extreme temperatures, corrosive or hygienic environments where access is restricted, and are engineered into products which provide customer-specific solutions.
Group Key Figures: Revenue £1b, ~9,000 employees, manufacturing in 30+ countries, and customers in 100+ countries. A UK PLC with head office located in Windsor, Berkshire UK. Listed on London Stock Exchange; Member of the FTSE 250 Index.
- This position is responsible to ensure full implementation of the Seals & Bearings Global Business Unit, 3-year EHS plan for the GBU, Group EHS Framework and Risk Principles. This plan outlines the goals and objectives for engagement of our workforce and continuous improvement in EHS;
- This position is responsible to collaborate with all of the regions within Seals & Bearings to ensure best practices are shared and consistent implementation of the EHS strategy;
- This position will provide leadership, coaching, and auditing of all sites within the Seals & Bearings BU Globally.
- The role responsibilities encompass all aspects of EHS risk and compliance and ensure that all actions are conducted accurately, comprehensively, ethically and on a timely basis, through planning, leadership, building competencies and auditing.
In conjunction with the Site Managers, and the Global Director of Operations, Seals & Bearings, this position is responsible to ensure full implementation of the Seals & Bearings GBU 3-year EHS plan.
The EHS strategy outlines the goals and objectives for engagement of our workforce and continuous improvement in EHS. Additionally, the EH&S Director is responsible to lead the regions within Seals & Bearings to ensure best practices are shared and consistent implementation of the EHS strategy; The EH&S Director will be responsible for monitoring the sites’ progress against these goals and objectives and providing leadership, coaching, and auditing of all sites within the business unit, as well as assisting the global leaders with modifications to the S&B EHS strategy, as necessary. The role’s responsibilities encompass all aspects of EHS risk and compliance, and the role-holder is to ensure that all actions are conducted accurately, comprehensively, ethically and on a timely basis, through planning, leadership, building competency and auditing.
Essential duties and responsibilities
Include the following:
- Acting as the resident EHS expert for Seals & Bearings globally by being current on regulatory and compliance issues and overall trends that may impact EHS matters and performance for the business.
- Implementing the Seals & Bearings 3-yr EHS strategy globally and Group EHS Framework and Risk Principles, address compliance, risk, safety, environment and sustainable resource efficiency with specific goals and objectives identified.
- Evaluating Group EHS and aligning it into Seals & Bearings strategy to develop the annual site plans and objectives.
- Monitoring progress against EHS objectives and communicating progress regularly to the site leadership and employee population.
- Establishing trained, qualified, competent, capable, engaged and motivated individuals within each business to manage to day to day implementation of the required tasks, and to lead EHS activities throughout the GBU on a “dotted basis”.
- Responsible for developing and operating EHS management systems to achieve compliance with all Morgan and local regulatory requirements.
- Participating in the due diligence process for new acquisitions to ensure all EH&S considerations are taken into account.
- Participating in the design of new facilities or major revisions of existing facilities to assure proper EH&S considerations are put in place.
- Assisting GBU leadership with driving thinkSAFE to achieve continuous improvement in the effectiveness of visible safety leadership activities.
- Playing a significant role in the Audit Program: Coordinating and leading facility readiness for 3-year comprehensive compliance audits. Leading the facility through periodic self-audits and conducting on-site focused audits at other regional locations.
Key result areas
- Regulatory and Morgan standards are complied with at all sites across the GBU, delivered through the team this role will be responsible for refining, establishing/developing;
- All EHS related incidents are reported and comprehensively tracked with complete action plans to lower the incidence of injury and illness to support Morgan’s goal of a “zero harm” culture.
- Clearly articulated EHS strategy with an action plan committed to, regularly monitored and reviewed, by the Senior Leadership Team.
Morgan Advanced Materials is an EEO/AA/M/W/D/V Employer
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