Publication date 2020/06/9
Ibaraki,8.0M ～ 11.0M
- The essence of this role requires a highly motivated, people-oriented person for the proactive, practical application of HSES commitment to the operation and to the day-to-day behaviors of all employees and contractors.
- Report to Global HSES Director, and working closely with Japanese leadership team, provide support in developing, implementing, improving and managing HSES policies, procedures, practices, and projects to nourish a culture in which HSES is the highest priority
- "Provides technical support for on-going HSES projects, problem solving, investigations including site inspections and audits, and activities."
- Assist in developing an effective HSES communication process to make HSES priorities and performance visible;
- Partners with AMCJ Operations, R&D, Engineering, as well as company's teams to ensure safe and compliant operations;
・Develops and provides contractor, visitor, and new employee training and other training.
・Assists with completion of Safe Work and other Life Saving Permits.
・Facilitates and participates in experimental run plan, job safety analysis, job hazard analysis, process hazard analysis, management of change and pre-startup safety reviews including the driving of inherently safer technology, preference for engineering solutions and "doing it right the first time" concept;
・Organizes and maintains HSES performance, compliance, policy and procedural information including electronic backup of critical information.
・Manages local site security requirements and improvements;
Paid vacation system
4～12 days/1st year,
15 days/2nd year
20 days/6th year
Additional 3 days of summer holiday
DC pension system
Commuting allowance: pay every 6 months
Vacation: Year end (December 29 to January 4th)
Summer vacation: 3 days
Bonus: 6 months of salary
10 years working in chemical manufacturing environment which involves hazardous materials
5 years of applicable HSES work experience in chemical manufacturing or high-hazard environment
Familiar with management of change and risk assessment tools (e.g. HAZOP)
Familiar with HSES related Japanese regulation (e.g. Fire Protection Law, Labor Standard Law, Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law)
【Skills and Knowledge】
(Mandatory) Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or above
(Mandatory) Class A Hazardous Materials Engineer
(Mandatory) English communication skill
(Mandatory) Business level Japanese communication skill (for non-Japanese)