The Health and Safety Manager is responsible for developing, maintaining and improving company programs and training for compliance with regulatory health and safety requirements, Federal OSHA, State and Local Relations, and AMVAC corporate objectives.
The Safety Technician serves as a safety resource for all AMVAC personnel to administer a proactive program to assure facility wide compliance through company, Federal OSHA and Local and State Relations.
QAD ERP application end-user support and administration.
Work at manufacturing environment, reporting to the designated Lead Person and Unit Supervisor.
Makes adjustments to the process as required either manually or through automatic remote means to keep the plant safe and operating at peak efficiency.
At least two years experience of progressive experience in handling of hazardous materials in bulk quantities to include loading and unloading of tank trucks and tank cars. Preferably one year of experience in handling of hazardous chemicals in packaged quantities to include moving and sorting of palletized goods and loading and unloading of trailers.
Perform a range of professional clinical Paramedic practices on site in the assistance of overall medical care of injuries and exposures.
The Utility Crew position is responsible for the safe and environmentally sustainable packaging of various products at the Axis site and other tasks as directed.
Assist supervisors with health and safety compliance, for achieving the organizational goals of No Accidents and No Emissions. Provide necessary individual training to ensure front line employees understand and comply with health and safety policies and procedures.
Installs, repairs, maintains, adjusts and overhauls pumps, gearboxes, centrifuges, chemical plant equipment, pipe fitting, etc., by performing the following duties. Receive directions from assigned management and supervisory personnel.