Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
State: North Carolina
Country: United States
The major purpose of this job is to assess, track, analyze, and communicate complex, multimedia (air, water, waste, safety, OSHA, EPA, DOT, FMC, asbestos, lead, hexavalent chromium, commercial electrical safety, battery, and gas cylinder, etc.) environmental, health and safety regulatory guidance for GOs employees, Real Estate Services (RES)/IT/Duke Net vendors, and contractors including any other departmental support as needed.
This typically involves effectively integrating information to meet regulatory requirements, yet minimizing the impact on Duke Energys costs and reputation.
JOB DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
Ensure employees, Real Estate Services (RES)/IT/Duke Net contractors, and vendors work practices are in regulatory compliance with OSHA, EPA, DOT, etc. regulations, as well as with Duke Energy standards and policies.
Demonstrates functional and technical knowledge and skills in areas such as RCRA, TSCA, DOT, FMC, SPCC (FRP), NPDES, OSHA, asbestos, lead, hexavalent chromium, commercial safety, electrical safety, ergonomics, chemical management, MSDSs, storm water, battery, gas cylinder management, pesticides, and lamps.
Works closely with project managers to understand the scope of work for each project being performed.
Works closely with project managers to develop a weekly assessment schedule for Real Estate Services (RES)/IT/Duke Net vendors and contractors.
Performs walk-throughs / assessments of contractors work activities and promptly documents assessment findings, observations, and recommendations.
Effectively communicates to a contractors project manager safety and environmental concerns so that alternate courses of action may be taken.
Supports Real Estate Services by attending pre-bid, pre-construction, weekly / monthly project, as needed.
Analyzes chemical inventory data, (MSDSs, lab analyses) to determine potential impact of water, hazardous waste, air, health and safety regulations. Takes a lead role in the mitigation of environmental, health and safety incidents and problems.
Supports enterprise activities that require in-depth/breadth of knowledge and experience in order to provide a customer-oriented focus and cost-effective approach to solution of problems.
Audits facilities and teams for compliance with EHS requirements.
Ensures accomplishment of work unit goals and company reputation through effective planning, organizing, communicating, and scheduling of environmental, health and safety work activities.
Develops and maintains positive working relationships with department personnel to ensure work unit goals are EHS compliant.
Maintains high standards of professionalism in all contacts with customers, contractors, regulatory agencies, teammates, and the general public. Conducts effective technical presentations, meetings, and training.
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