Applied Materials EHS Safety Engineer III (E3) in Kalispell, Montana
Working under general supervision, specifies, provides and manages Safety support on specified projects in accordance with AMAT policies and government regulations in order to control hazards to personnel and equipment and limit liability to the company. Develop and/or implements programs to minimize risk to employees, customer and the environment. Responsible for one or more of the company's EH&S functions (Product Safety, Site Safety, Lab Safety, Field Service Safety, Environmental, I.H., Ergonomics, etc.) as it relates to a specific division products, processes or work methods
Coordinates the safety aspects of operations and engineering within the company, with customers and other organizations which are related to operations and products and their design. Develops and maintains a thorough knowledge base regarding safety in accordance with area of specialization and expertise in one or more EH&S disciplines that include: Occupational Health and Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental, Facilities/Industrial Safety, Product Safety, Lab Safety and Sustainability.
Develop skills to report and present safety related status and issues to EH&S team and business groups. Implements focused, effective programs aimed at resolving customer concerns and complaints regarding safety designed into new products, and ensures that products meet safety requirements at time of shipment. Report and present safety related status and issues to EH&S team and business groups. Participates in the evaluation and analysis of concept and feasibility studies. Implements focused, effective programs aimed at resolving customer concerns and complaints regarding safety designed into new products, and ensures that products meet safety requirements at time of shipment
Develops and/or implements programs to minimize risk to employees, customer and the environment. Gathers EH&S information and evaluates results. Knowledgeable in understanding of EHS standards and policies.
Participates in compliance evaluation of products, programs, and facilities per company and governmental requirements. Participates in the evaluation and analysis of concept and feasibility studies. Performs product/system safety analysis on components, subsystems, and systems. Prepares periodic and special reports in connection with engineering studies and projects and from liaison with other companies and outside organizations. Investigates accidents and specifies corrective action programs
Manage 3rd party Product Safety tool assessments and drive corrective actions within the various internal organizations.
Evaluates and specifies work methods, design requirements, procedures and policies. Gathers EHS information and evaluates results. Administers EH&S safety training programs.
Participates in compliance evaluation of products, programs, and facilities per company and governmental requirements.
Investigates accidents and specifies corrective action.
Able to use 8D, FMEA, PHA and other investigation and assessment methods.
Has working knowledge and understanding of regulatory requirements, codes and standard in their EH&S discipline. Evaluates and specifies work methods, design requirements, procedures and policies.
- Demonstrates conceptual and practical expertise in own discipline and basic knowledge of related disciplines
- Has knowledge of best practices and how own area integrates with others; is aware of the competition and the factors that differentiate them in the market
- Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience; may lead small projects with manageable risks and resource requirements
- Solves complex problems; takes a new perspective on existing solutions; exercises judgment based on the analysis of multiple sources of information
- Impacts a range of customer, operational, project or service activities within own team and other related teams; works within broad guidelines and policies
Explains difficult or sensitive information; works to build consensus
Position will report to the Director of North America for EHS, whom oversees R&D Operations as well as Manufacturing Sites across the United States. Position will work closely with site management in RD&E and manufacturing and other EHS staff to drive environmental programs, ensure regulatory compliance and promote continuous improvement.
Responsible for the Program Management of the health and safety function for the Applied Materials’ RD&E and manufacturing operations.
Liaise with Business Unit leadership to keep them updated on changes, safety and health issues facing their organization, provide safety-based content to them to help drive safety culture.
Performs a wide range of health and safety compliance duties including equipment and facility permitting, compliance auditing, management of change and chemical authorization approvals, record keeping and reporting, liaison with the local authorities
Ensure health and safety programs and management systems in place and effective to minimize the risks to employees, the environment and the community. Including being the subject matter and support to manage the databases behind these programs. Some of the Key Health and Safety programs for the site include:
New chemical review
Management of Change (MoC)
Control of Hazardous Energies
Working at Heights
Design Review for tool installation
Code Review: Fire and Building
Years of Experience:
7 - 10 Years
Yes, 10% of the Time
Applied Materials is committed to diversity in its workforce including Equal Employment Opportunity for Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.
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