Process Safety Engineer (PSM/ OSHA) – Greenville, NC USA

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Excellent opportunity to join a global chemical leader as the Site PSM Engineer, supporting a multi plant operation with program strategy, continuous improvements, and driving site-wide compliance of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 policies/ regulations.  Offering excellent career options with competitive salary, benefits, and relocation to this beautiful, eastern North Carolina area.



— Provide technical support and coordination of site-wide PSM programs for Operations, Maintenance, Engineering, other plant departments

— Advise site management on all PSM issues and recommended solutions

— Participate in strategies and goals for the continual improvement of the multi plant site PSM program

— Support engineering department in the review of all plant process additions, modifications, construction, and operations for compliance with Company PSM policy and regulatory requirements

— Responsible for Management of Change and incident reporting/corrective action tracking software program

— Support site PHA Facilitators in adhering to regulatory and corporate requirements by managing / providing the required training in HazOps, SIL, SRS, and SIS

— Ensure incident investigations are conducted per corporate and site requirements

— Manage PSM corrective actions developed from Incident Investigations, PHAs, and audits

— Provide correspondence, record keeping, and reporting documentation for all site PSM activities, policy changes and revisions

— Identify, develop, and manage PSM program costs for the Health & Safety Department budget

— Work directly with regulatory agencies on all PSM matters including agency inspections, regulation changes and methods of enforcement

— Provide technical expertise to other plant sites with PSM policies and procedures and performing PSM focused audits



— B.S. Engineering required with 3+ years experience as Process/ Safety Engineer in a Process Safety Management chemical plant

— Strong knowledge of OSHA Standards for General Industry regulation 29 CFR 1910.119

— Prior experience with PHAs, HazOps, SIL, SRS, and SIS in chemical manufacturing operations

— Experience with incident investigations and audits

— TWIC card

— Able to work in the USA without sponsorship, now or in the future.

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