MSA is seeking an exceptional communicator with both broad and deep technical and scientific knowledge to serve our customers as a Certified Industrial Hygienist. Self-motivated that can complete work assignments following through MSA’s and MSA’s clients’ directives. This role requires a moderate amount of travel.
Health, Safety & Industrial Hygiene: Reporting to the Manager of Safety and Industrial Hygiene. The IH professional will assist in the implementation of and assess compliance with The U.S. Government Accountability Office’s Safety and Industrial Hygiene needs.
The Industrial Hygienist anticipates, recognizes, evaluates, and recommends controls for all physical, chemical, ergonomic, and biological agents encountered on the site and other outlying facilities. The objective is to ensure employees are safe from hazardous exposures and that all worksites are within current government and corporate regulations.
Duties of the Industrial Hygienist include, but are not restricted to:
Conduct research to provide information on possible harmful/hazardous conditions.
Develop techniques to anticipate and control potentially dangerous situations in the building.
Collaborate with all disciplines to institute controls for potentially hazardous conditions.
Assisting and/or completing sample collection, testing, and analysis.
Implement innovative sampling strategies in compliance with the U.S Government Accountability Office services requirements.
Investigate and examine the site for exposure-related hazards.
Conduct scientific workplace surveillance and monitor workplaces to provide data on possible harmful conditions in the worksite.
Conduct evaluations and sampling to possible exposure of lead in various building locations.
Collects samples of dust, potable water, non-potable water, and other potentially toxic materials for analysis.
Perform indoor air quality investigations and making recommendations for improvement.
Using results of monitoring data, prepare reports that include observations, analysis of contaminants, and recommendations for control and correction of hazards to eliminate or minimize employee exposures, thus maximizing their protection.
Instruct employees in matters pertaining to their roles and responsibilities in occupational health.
Issue written reports to management summarizing findings, recommendations and corrective actions using the Hierarchy of Control.
Make recommendations in response to hazards findings.
Train and educate the workforce about exposure-related risks in their worksite.
Oversee safety and health programs for lead, bacteria, respiratory protection, and hazard communication.
Interface with facilities and operations personnel to establish safety and industrial hygiene controls.
Possess a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Hygiene, environmental health, safety, engineering, chemistry, or physics or a bachelor’s degree in a closely related biological or physical science.
5 years of Industrial Hygiene and Safety experience.
Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) status by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) or CSP – Certified BCSP Board of Certified Safety Professionals
Must be available to work variable shifts and able to work extended hours and weekends as business needs dictate.
Travel as necessary.
The applicant must be able to qualify for security clearance
Must comply with our drug-free policy and pass drug tests, as well as pass a background check.
Work as a very proactive Industrial Hygienist.
Effective written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to effectively work both independently and as a part of the team.
Ability to learn new skills and apply them.
Ability to solve problems in a constructive manner, self-starter, professional work ethic, and good interpersonal skills.
Interface with other safety and health personnel.
Participate in the analysis of samples, as well as safety and health data, and develop recommended actions.
Possess a working knowledge of OSHA Safety and Health Standards.
Interface with all levels of management and regulatory personnel.
Interface with regulators, site inspections and other regulatory activities.
Provide oversight of contractor work both shipboard and non-shipboard and identify and report deficiencies to the contracting organization.
Develop and revise safety and health training lesson plans, provide safety and health training as necessary.
*All applicants from any State are welcome to apply.
About McAfee Safety Analysis
McAfee Safety Analysis (MSA) is a full spectrum of Environmental, Health, Safety, and Quality firm. We provide a wide range of complete program life-cycle support and have assisted our clients to achieve superior performance in municipal, state, and federal regulatory compliance.
MSA specializes in program development and deployment for public and private sector clients in areas such as US DOD EM-385 training and compliance, US DOE Integrated Environmental, Health, and Safety Management System (ISMS); US OSHA Voluntary Protection Program (VPP). and Quality Management System policies, procedures, and processes (NAVFAC and Corps of Engineers).