Analyst, Product Safety Communications 8/9/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONAPPLY Analyst, Product Safety Communications
Salary: 110000 to 115000
Other Compensation Bonus Eligible
ANALYST, PRODUCT SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS - THE WOODLANDS
Immediate opening for a dynamic individual with proven capability as a/an Analyst, Product Safety Communications for the EHS Division located The Woodlands,Texas. Essential responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to the following:
With no/minimal supervision and much decision-making:
To be responsible for providing an advanced level of support
addressing issues that are escalated by Advisors and Senior Advisors,
to interpret these issues and provide counseling and advice to
ensure timely business resolution. To act as a point of contact for
all businesses globally to identify and propose effective solutions.
To be responsible to identify deficiencies in SDSs and labels by
performing self-audits, analyze root cause issues, propose and
implement corrective actions. To liaise with other PEHS functions to carry out in depth impact analysis. To communicate impacts to relevant business departments and functions and recommend appropriate preventive or corrective
actions. Guide the Advisors and Senior Advisors in communicating with
businesses and ensure all the targeted stakeholders have full
knowledge and understanding of the impact of classification changes,
SDSs and labels with agreeing to take necessary actions.
Actively follow regulatory changes and participate as necessary in
lobbying activities and liaise with government officials to influence
regulatory changes. To provide advanced GHS classification, SDS and labeling training to internal (PSC Advisors, Senior Advisors, Businesses) and external
Follows instructions and performs other duties as may be assigned by
Assists other employees in accomplishment of company goals.
Participates in and completes company-required training programs.
Participates in Environmental, Health and Safety initiatives as set
forth by the company.
Education and Work Experience Requirements:
Bachelor Degree in Science / Engineering with 10+ years specific
experience or Advanced Technical Degree with 5-8 years of
professional experience preferably in an international industrial
Special Qualifications (Training, Technical skills, etc.):
At least 10 years of experience in a PEHS role. Previous experience
preferably in R&D, product management or EHS professionalism.
Expert knowledge of product safety communication regulations (i.e.
GHS) and comprehensive knowledge of chemical control legislations
Expert knowledge on Dangerous Goods transport classification
Excellent IT skills (i.e. EXCEL) and solid working knowledge of SAP
Good understanding of chemical processes and products
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Superior skills in English and business writing are essential
Comfortable working with different cultures and multiple time zones
Occasional travel may be required