Conducts safety audits of laboratories and trade shops, provides
safety training and maintains regulatory records. May also
implement hazardous waste management program.
- Audits campus for assigned safety areas, including laboratory
safety, chemical safety, radiation safety, biological safety, use
of controlled substances, laser and X-ray machine safety, Hazardous
waste material, EPA Compliance and trades shop safety.
- Maintains records of safety programs, in compliance with state
and federal regulations; Document findings on an EHLS audit report,
maintain applicable computer databases.
- Evaluates work area and practices for proper safety controls
and make requirement(s) to develop work practices that reduce the
potential for accidents.
- Implements safety programs in assigned area of specialization
such as blood borne pathogen, radiation dosimetry, hazardous waste
or job safety analysis.
- Develops and trains faculty, staff and students in various
safety programs, including chemical safety, materials handling,
hazardous waste and environmental awareness or customized training
for unique hazardous operations.
- Conducts comprehensive audits to ensure compliance with
Department of Health and Human Services and other safety published
information, regulatory agency regulations. Require improvement
and/or corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence of safety
- Manage waste stream, collection of hazardous waste, moving it
through the Hazardous waste Facility and associated profiles,
document for vendor and regulatory agencies. Have help with bulking
hazardous waste activities, including new potential bulking
procedures. Collect and maintain chemical inventory records for
- Maintains working knowledge of federal, state and local
regulations requirement and ensures proper implementation.
- Responds to, investigates and documents incidents and
emergencies, including spills and potential overexposure to
hazardous material as part of the emergency response team.
- Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Bachelors and 1 year experience.
Requires a thorough understanding of both theoretical and practical
aspects of an analytical, technical or professional discipline; or
the basic knowledge of more than one professional discipline.
Knowledge of the discipline is normally obtained through a formal,
directly job-related 4 year degree from a college or university or
an equivalent in-depth specialized training program that is
directly related to the type of work being performed.
Requires a minimum of one (1) year of directly job-related
Requires technical certification or licensing directly related to
the job, as specified on the job posting details.