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At Berry, we are committed to our mission of ‘Always Advancing to Protect What’s Important.’ With $13 billion in revenue, we are a leading global supplier of a broad range of innovative nonwoven, flexible, and rigid products used every day within consumer and industrial end markets. We operate over 290 manufacturing facilities worldwide, on six continents, and employ over 48,000 individuals.

Are you looking for an inclusive organization with a fast-paced environment? We work with many of the world’s leading brands to bring them value-added protection solutions. We foster an environment of team players who embrace our strong ties to the communities in which we work and serve. Become part of a place where your work is valued. Join our growing team today.


Essential Functions and Basic Duties:

Actively leading the safety program to promote safety, health, and industrial hygiene awareness. Conducting annual employee training on OSHA regulations and safe work behaviors. Maintaining SDS files in each department and master file. Ensure SDS's are on file for all products. Conducting safety training for new employees, temporaries, and contractors. Managing SDS inventory to ensure comprehensive for all chemical products and available in work area and master files. Providing annual employee training on all chemical products utilized and associated health hazards. Maintaining training records for regulatory compliance. Responsibility for the completion of all regulatory reporting requirements. Ensuring all environmental files are current and up to date. Assisting with tracking new regulations and assessing impact to operations. Developing and implementing plan for facility industrial hygiene program according to company guidelines. Conducting industrial hygiene air and noise monitoring for all applicable processes. Completing annual hearing conservation program for all employees. Coordinating scheduling of medical monitoring for all applicable employees. Preparing incident and other EHS related metric reports. Identify hazardous conditions/actions within the plant and recommend corrective measures. Review, approve and write Risk Assessments.


Education: Knowledge normally acquired through completion of a 4-year degree in safety, environmental health, industrial hygiene or engineering, or equivalent work experience.

Experience: 2+ years of directly related experience in the EH&S field or in a related area preferred. Experience working in a manufacturing environment preferred. Requires CSP (Certified Safety Professional), CIH (Certified Industrial Hygienist) or other comparable certification or ability to obtain.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.


Job ID 2020-8221

Position Type Regular Full-Time

Category Environment/Health/Safety