PSM Coordinator 7 in Omaha, NE at Tyson Foods

Date Posted: 6/28/2018

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Career Description

SUMMARY: This position is responsible for building, implementing, organizing and maintaining the facility's OSHA Process Safety Management (PSM) and EPA Risk Management Programs (RMP) as required by the Tyson EHS PSM Program Manual. Responsibilities include: Written and verbal communications with refrigeration operators, facility management, corporate EHS, corporate Engineering Services, and others as required in communicating the status, needs, and any necessary information regarding PSM and RMP programs. Tracking the status of compliance audits, mechanical integrity, hazard analyses, incident investigation and other EHS generated action items and recommendations, as well as keeping facility management and Tyson EHS (through the PSM/RMP Area Manager) aware of and regularly informed of compliance status are some key roles of this position. This position shall initiate and lead monthly PSM committee meetings involving managers and team members including but not limited to the facility manager, refrigeration manager, maintenance manager, safety managers, refrigeration team members, and appropriate production management personnel; maintain the PSM bulletin board for communication of the PSM committee meeting minutes, be informed of refrigeration projects, facilitate management of change (MOC) process of applicable projects, conduct incident Investigations and collect, maintain, and organize all information related to the 14 elements of the Tyson PSM and RMP Programs. This position shall support refrigeration management with budgeting related to PSM covered processes and support refrigeration management in the development and implementation of training related to PSM covered processes. Other responsibilities include: Developing, tracking and scheduling of Preventative Maintenance (PM) activities for equipment, piping, valves, etc. as well as development of training for routine and non-routine PM tasks specified by the Mechanical Integrity Program to ensure labor use optimization. The position may maintain electronic data systems such as SAP-PM or MMS for reporting and data storage integral to mechanical integrity for PSM/RMP covered processes. Analysis of maintenance data, review of PSM required work orders and equipment history may be required to recommend repair or replacement in accordance with recognized and generally accepted good engineering practices (RAGAGEP) to ensure equipment and facility optimization. REQUIREMENTS: Education: High School diploma or GED required; Vocational school or other course work beyond High School preferred. Experience: Must have experience with spreadsheets and be able to learn basic software; Ammonia Refrigeration Specific positions - Three years documented experience in operation / maintenance of Refrigeration Systems, or must successfully complete Tyson Operator I, II and III training within three (3) years of taking the position. Computer Skills: Spreadsheets, Microsoft based software, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and developing templates for use by other employees, publications or promotional materials. Knowledge of SAP-PM and AutoCAD software is a plus. Communication Skills: Must possess excellent verbal and written skills. Need to understand priorities and make appropriate calls to EHS and Engineering Services. Special Skills: Must have the ability to handle sensitive information with confidence and discretion; participate in OSHA and EPA audits and be capable of handling professional communication during audits. Communications will include understanding overall PSM/RMP federal code requirements and being able to relate Tyson and plant program specifics to these requirements; strong organizational skills; understanding priorities and making appropriate calls to Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) and Engineering Services.
Travel: Limited travel may be required.
Team Members with 6 pts (6 instances) or more will not be considered. Team Members with a written warning or a suspension in the last 6 months will not be considered.