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Environmental Health and Safety Co-op Student
Job ID 9717
Job Type Community and Industry
Employer Toyo Tires
Date Posted Feb 22, 2018
Category Community / Industry
Job Description

The environmental Health and Safety Co-op Student is responsible for assisting the TNA Environmental, Health and Safety (ESH) Department with promoting and maintaining safe working programs and practices and identifying, recommending, and implementing measures that reduce industrial health and accident hazards. This includes carrying out assigned tasks that maintain compliance with safety and environmental regulatory statutes and permit obligations of the company.


Job Responsibilities


  • Work with the ESH Department; plant management personnel; and other support entities to ensure the effective application of established safety practices, utilization of safety equipment and devices to investigate and eliminate hazardous conditions and unsafe practices.
  • Participate in the development an implementation of department specific safety goals and procedures in accordance with regulatory.
  • Actively participate in employee safety committee meetings, inspections, and activities to promote and increase employee engagement in TNA's safety program
  • Participate in accident investigation techniques through the review of first aid, employee, and supervisor accident investigations and reports. Review shall include follow-up activities with production managers/supervisors to ensure reports are properly completed and that potential corrective measures are thoroughly reviews and implemented when/where.

SDS/MSDS Updating/Review

  • Organize, update, and standardize the SDS/MSDS program in accordance with OSHA standards.


  • Perform environmental inspections as assigned; Assist with ISO 14001-2015 procedures; edit/update chemical data base in compliance with TSCA,SARA
Job Requirements
  • Working towards EHS or other technical related degree: Junior or Senior status of Bachelor's degree program or equivalent.
  • Coursework in ergonomic human factors, environmental management, manufacturing, OSHA/regulations, six sigma or lean tools, and/or chemical management
  • Experience in lockout/tag out programs, machine guarding, industrial hygiene, confined space work, powered industrial trucks, and project management is preferred
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office; Word, Excel, PowerPoint including Share Point
  • Previous experience in an EHS organization is preferred
  • Good presentation, speaking, organizational, and problem solving skills
  • Excellent written communication skills and ability to document technical information in an easy to understand and straightforward manner
  • Willingness to work flexible hours when needed to accomplish training and attend


Anyone hired during academic semester would agree to work 30-40 hours per week during summer of 2018. Ideal candidate would then transition back to school and be a part-time employee during the 2018-2019 academic year.

Reliable transportation to and from work.

Available Openings 1
Hours 10.0 to 16.0 hours per week
Hourly Rate $14.00/hour to $16.00/hour
Time Frame Academic Year
Contact Name Mark H Kozera
Contact Email N/A
Work Location 3660 US-411, White, GA 30184; 36.7 miles from campus
Phone 404-245-1937
Fax N/A

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