Current Openings

Is there an SH&E position open at your company in Atlanta or the surrounding area? Please contact the chapter secretary to have it posted on the Georgia Chapter website. When submitting a posting, please include the following sections:

  • Contact Instructions
  • Company Name
  • Position Title
  • Duties / Responsibilities / Employment Background
  • Time (Full or Part Time)
  • Salary Range
  • Location (City & State)

Please note: The following positions are listed with the Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Safety Professionals as a courtesy to it’s members. The Chapter does not necessarily endorse the employers listed nor warrant the suitability of a specified position for a member.

Stepan EHS & S Specialist

Posted: Mar 03, 2020

Responsible to provide oversight and support to ensure that all equipment and processes meet business and regulatory requirements

·       Drives continuous improvement in EHS&S activities, programs, behaviors and culture to reduce risk.

·       Responsible for ensuring compliance with all Corporate EHS&S policies, OSHA/EPA/GAPED, and other EHS and all regulations.

·       Supports the facility to insure effectiveness of EHS inspections of facilities, work areas and equipment.

·       Participate and perform ergonomic assessments, job hazard analysis and (PPE) personal protective equipment assessments

·       Identify and address unsafe acts, unsafe conditions, hazards, and environmental risks in work area(s) and evaluate the ensuing correction(s).

·       Perform duties associated with the management of hazardous waste, to include but not limited to: labelling, inspections, and shipment

·       Create EHS newsletters, toolbox, and other EHS publications

·       Lead incident investigations, including follow-up actions as required

·       Develop, manage and maintain EH&S programs, along with the EHS&S Manager, to include improvement, prevention and compliance.

·       Facilitate and lead training events, EH&S activities, process improvements, visual controls and other ad hoc programs as appropriate.

·       Audit outside contractor personnel working on-site are in compliance with all applicable regulatory policies/requirements.

·       Gain knowledge and experience to function in all aspects of Environmental, Health & Safety, as well as Process Safety Management

·       Evaluates Lockout Tagout and Electrical Safety process through audits and compliance evaluation

·       Other EHS&S duties as assigned

·       Identify and/or conduct EHS&S-related training to improve site EHS & S performance

·       Serve as a resource to the production team as EHS questions or issues arise

·       Active member of the Plant Leadership Team including active participation in Council and Committee meetings.

·       Responsible for training programs and development of skills of direct report and all other employees on site relative to EHS&S needs and goals of the site

·       Develops significant influence on site through all functions and is respected at all levels of the organization

·       Identify and deliver cost reduction opportunities for EHS&S areas of responsibility.

Decision Making Authority/Mandates/Constraints

·     Prioritize safety actions accordingly to meet site EHS&S goals.

·     Decide on appropriate EHS&S training and development opportunities for their team and the site as a whole.

Other Considerations – e.g. working environment, physical effort

·     At times must be prepared to work non-standard schedule (evenings and weekends) as well as participate in remote call-ins and advice over the phone/email

Associated working conditions of this position:

·       Working environment:           Indoors/Outdoors

·       Typical Hours of work:          M – F, 40 – 50 hours per work week

·       Travel:                                    Less than 10%

·       Work space:                            Office/Plant

·     Strong understanding and experience (minimum 3 years) of working in large scale industrial chemical process operations.

·     College degree preferred but not required.

·     Good Communicator, both written and oral

·     Proficient in using Microsoft Office

If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to





Solvay (Job ID 10050) located in Alpharetta

Posted: Mar 03, 2020


SPECIALTY POLYMERS belongs to Solvay, a global multi-specialty chemical company with more than 27,000 employees, committed to developing innovative solutions for key societal challenges. With more than 1500 products and over 2 billion EU sales, Specialty Polymers, a core Solvay Global Business Unit (GBU), offers the widest range of high-performance polymers in the world. A portfolio that enables our customers to create advanced customized solutions that extend the limits of metal replacement in a wide range of areas from sustainable mobility, to hyperconnectivity and advanced consumer devices to batteries, electrification and efficient energy production, and many more. JOIN US When our science and innovation blends with your energy and passion, Solvay Specialty Polymers becomes the perfect fit to start your career. Join one of the world’s leading chemical companies in which vast international opportunities, motivating benefits and a fulfilling environment are waiting for you.

Job Overview and Responsibilities:

Acts as the Management Representative responsible for providing leadership and direction within the HSE group. Ensures a HSE management system is established, implemented and maintained in accordance with Solvay standards. Reports to top management on the systems performance and any need for improvement. Drives continual improvements across the Site, while improving safety. Insures a strong focus and awareness on HSE performance.

Works with area managers and all employees to insure we maintain an ongoing safety culture.  Provide site HSE leadership, develop and implement site HSE policies and programs as well as promote the integration in the local community while respecting the company’s values and strategic pillars.


Specific Duties:

  • Provide overall leadership for HSE improvement programs.  Develop effective and efficient HSE standards, policies and procedures as well as insure they are implemented and adhered to.  Responsible for the site HSE training program.
  • Maintain internal and external HSE reports and communications (such as OSHA 300 log, EPA reports, local environmental reports, and internal reports to Solvay groups). Report HSE metrics for management reviews. Coordinate external

HSE support for the site for: health and hygiene services, internal audits, external audits, environmental support, etc.  Collaborate with the GBU and Corporate HSE experts.

  • Coordinates the Occupational health and Industrial hygiene needs of the site.
  • Ensure that HSE incidents are analyzed, shared with other sites and corrective measures developed.
  • Responsible for overall management of, preparation of, and adherence to site environmental (air, water, storm-water, etc) permits.
  • Provides oversight in the area of Risk Control concerning HSE i.e. MOCs /PSSRs/ PHAs / HAZOPs
  • Review CAPEX projects and MOCs for environmental safety and health considerations.
  • Provide support to broader Solvay networks and activities
  • Participates as a member of the Alpharetta Site Leadership Team.  Provide leadership to the site regarding environmental, safety and health issues to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and local regulations.
  • Keep site management informed of appropriate government regulations and corporate policies, and assess their potential impact on site operations and costs.
  • Interact with government agencies, contractors, vendors, and Solvay personnel at all levels on pertinent issues related to Health Safety and Environmental.
  • Identify and participate in professional development opportunities that will benefit the facility and Solvay.
  • Support shipping of outgoing hazardous materials to ensure DOT compliance and file waste profile updates with waste disposer (aka Clean Harbors), file waste manifests.
  • Manage updates to online SDS system, coordinate new chemical forms and approval processes. Handle all aspects of the document control process for HSE documents.
  • Responsible for ensuring the operational readiness of the Alpharetta Emergency Response Team.  Coordinate “Table Top” exercises for ERT.
  • Ensure compliance with overall contractor management program.
  • Sponsor the Alpharetta Safety Council and provide guidance.

Education and Experience:

Education and Skill Requirements

  • 5-10 years HSE experience in an industrial context coupled with an advanced understanding of industry best practices.
  • Expert level understanding of site HSE practices, of federal and local HSE laws, permits, standards and regulations including VPP & RCMS.
  • Strong management skills, oral skills and communication skills.  Outstanding Ethics and Integrity.
  • Able and willing to work non-standard shifts.


Physical requirements of Position:

  • Ability to walk entire facility, climb ladders, stairs and catwalks.  Standard office environment including ability to use a computer.
  • Ability to travel and handle exposure to weather (i.e. cold, heat, rain, etc.). Physically able to conduct hands-on incident response duties.

Interested candidates should contact Rocky Ramirez for information


Rocky Ramirez

Solvay USA, Inc.

Human Resources, Talent Acquisition & Development

Sr. Talent Acquisition Specialist, North America

T: 770-772-8453 – M: 470-403-7752

4500 McGinnis Ferry Road

Alpharetta, GA 3005


Posting as it appears on Solvay website:


Nationwide Insurance – Loss Control Specialist

Posted: Mar 03, 2020

It’s an exciting time to join us at Nationwide as a Loss Control Specialist! Are you a knowledgeable Loss Control Professional who has been working in risk management in the insurance industry for at least 6 years? Are you a proven performer who is ready to make the most of your knowledge and skill set? Furthermore, are you a visionary and change champion? If you answered yes, then we may have just the right fit for you.

This Loss Control Specialist will have responsibilities for  southern Georgia and Atlanta metro. The qualified candidate will reside in the territory.

Here at Nationwide our employees are part of a Fortune 66 company with an award-winning culture that has been named a Gallup Great Place to work year after year.

Why Join Us at Nationwide? It’s simple as 1, 2, 3…

  1. Build your personal legacy.
  2. Be a champion of positive change.
  3. You can make a difference in someone’s life.

Your Impact – What You will be Doing

  • You will be responsible for risk assessment, service delivery and management of middle market commercial accounts with premium size 100k or greater.
  • You will provide technical support services to underwriting, claims, sales, members and agency partners.
  • You’ll have the opportunity to assist with training objectives and conduct training.

What’s Needed for this Role

  • Risk management/loss control experience in the insurance industry with multi-line experience.
  • Strong relationship, marketing and consulting skills to interact with underwriting, agents, members and team.
  • BS/BA degree in safety related field preferrred. Prefer related continuing education such as ARM or CSP.

What’s in it for You

  1. A generous and competitive salary structure
  2. Ability to work from home in the territory and the tools needed to do so including a leased company vehicle
  3. Comprehensive health and wellness benefits including medical, dental and vision coverage
  4. Retirement benefits including automatic enrollment in our 401(k) savings plan and even a 100% company-paid pension plan
  5. Much more, we’ve only just scratched the surface…

A diverse and inclusive workforce is critical to Nationwide’s success. Bringing together the unique characteristics of each of our associates — ethnicity, race, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, nationality, disability, veteran status, as well as many other differences such as thinking styles, personalities and work experience — is an integral part of who we are and how we operate as a company. We are proud of Nationwide’s inclusive culture that supports every associate’s success and encourages an environment where they can feel challenged, appreciated, respected and engaged.   Nationwide, a Fortune 100 company based in Columbus, Ohio, is one of the largest and strongest diversified insurance and financial services organizations in the U.S. and is rated A+ by both A.M. Best and Standard & Poor’s. The company provides a full range of insurance and financial services, including auto, commercial, homeowners, farm and life insurance; public and private sector retirement plans, annuities and mutual funds; banking and mortgages; pet, motorcycle and boat insurance. For more information, visit

You can visit us at and search for job opening ID 59557 to read the entire job description.  Please reach out to Tracy Higley at to learn more about this exciting opportunity.


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