SJS Executives is currently seeking an occupational health and safety industrial hygienist.
Assist SJS’s Certified Industrial Hygienist/Program Manager with all technical and administrative activities pertaining to the Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Safety and Health program SJS is executing for a federal agency in Los Angeles
Coordinate, plan, or teach government employee training sessions about workplace safety, ergonomics, and related topics; these sessions should be scheduled regularly as needed to meet OSHA and California state requirements as well as government agency-specific requirements
Perform services such as ergonomic assessments and related ergonomic consulting, investigation of alleged unsafe/unhealthful working conditions, general Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Services, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Services and sampling, Health Risk Workplace Assessments, Site Surveillances of the occupational workplace and the physical environment, and related tasks
Perform Noise Assessments, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Inspections Training, Laser Safety Assessments, Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) assessments, Confined Space Entry Review and Training, Lockout/Tagout procedures and training, Employee Air Monitoring, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Assessment and air sampling, Portable Eyewash and Emergency Shower Evaluations and Assessments, Health Risk Assessments and related activities
Collect samples to send to third party laboratories pertaining to Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), mold air and wipe samples, formaldehyde, xylene, asbestos, waste anesthetic gases and other stressors as necessary. Other tests include ventilation air flow, air changes, wipe, grab or surface sampling for various constituents as needed
Investigate reports of increased illnesses, such as colds, flu, asthma, weakness, burning eyes, itching skin, rashes, sore throats, allergies, lethargy, headaches, etc. Additionally, test, evaluate, and make recommendations to correct indoor air quality problems such as ventilation, air circulation, temperature, mold, bacteria, chemicals, allergens, asbestos, and lead. Review and report any suspected errors in reports received from laboratories.
Assist in the development and execution of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) programs
Prepare and submit reports and health risk assessments clearly identifying the findings, including health risks associated with the workplace, deficiencies found in the workplace, and all recommended control measures for each task assigned
Perform other related duties and responsibilities as required by the Certified Industrial Hygienist/Program Manager, the contract and the SJS executive management team.
Minimum of two (2) years of experience providing Occupational Health & Safety and/or Industrial Hygienist services, preferably within a medical, hospital or healthcare setting
OSHA 30 Certificate
40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) Training Certificate