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Global EHS Manager


Job Description



The Global EHS Manager with Baltimore Aircoil, Inc. is responsible for all environmental, health, safety (EHS) program execution for all BAC sites. The position also provides guidance to all site EHS leaders and influences site, region and global business partners to drive prioritization of regulatory compliance, continuous performance improvement, and integration of EHS performance objectives into standard work processes. Models strong compliance mind set, develops strategies to achieve EHS&S objectives in alignment with company business goals and values.



  • BAC Corporate
    • Accountable for EHS Management and compliance of the Corporate site.
    • Function as the BAC Corporate liaison for AMSTED and sister companies
    • Mediate regulatory activity for all sites to negotiate optimized outcomes
    • Full understanding of business strategies in order to conceptualize, recommend and effectively implement EHS business processes that ensure alignment with corporate strategy.
    • Business Owner of Injury/Incident Reporting systems.
    • Monitors the company’s environmental and safety performance and develops/distributes regular comparative performance trending reports.
    • Lead EHS integration process of new sites/acquisitions.
    • Prepare regulatory compliance reports to management that fairly and objectively detail the inspection results and recommended action. Review capital projects for environmental impact; provide leadership in obtaining specific permits needed to ensure capital projects can be completed within budgetary and time constraints.
    • Direct change management for all Local and Federal regulations
    • Provide leadership and participates in Risk Management practices such as Crisis Management.
    • Participate in BAC international and cross functional teams as assigned
    • Perform all other duties as assigned


  • BAC Global
    • Responsibility for the development and implementation of Global EHS strategy and policy direction.
    • Implements and executes a comprehensive Global EHS Audit program to detect existing or potential environmental and/or safety risks; determine corrective or preventative EHS measures where indicated and ensure protective measures have been implemented.
    • Develop and maintain Environmental and Health/Safety management systems capable of achieving ISO 14001 and 45001 certifications.
    • Ensures all incidents are properly reported, investigated and corrective actions developed and implemented to avoid repeatability. To be able to develop synergies to share experiences and knowledge among the different EHS organizations.
    • Provides leadership for the development, implementation and user support of safety performance metrics data collection, systems and reporting.
    • Provide direction to facility managers for resolution of environmental issues.
    • Support sustainability through coordination of departmental waste reduction and stewardship programs
    • Develops new and innovative programs to motivate the workforce to participate and engage in EHS.


  • BAC Americas
    • Interface with regulatory agencies including OSHA, EPA, and DOT in order to maintain a strong collaborative environment. Analyze the potential impact proposed and impending changes may have on operations
    • Lead EHS Management Reviews and Steering Committees.


  • Under the general direction of the Director Plant Operations, NA, the Global EHS Manager is responsible for the development, leading and sustaining of global policies and programs to drive a culture of Environmental, health, and Safety Excellence throughout the organization as well as aggregate information from across the organization.   This position works closely with the facilities, production and human resource functions related to continuous improvement.  The local site EHS Managers will have dotted line reporting to this role.


  • B.S. degree in Public Health, Environmental Studies, Occupational Health & Safety or Engineering
  • 8 -10 years of experience EHS global management experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Technical/practical knowledge of OSHA, EPA, ANSI and NFPA regulations, ISO 14001, safety management systems, international regulations a plus
  • Demonstrated expertise in records management, data analysis, and process analysis
  • Strong business writing and verbal presentation skills are required
  • Demonstrated skill in leading teams and managing projects
  • Demonstrated ability to employ analytical techniques and conduct root cause analysis


The working conditions are those typical of an office environment with some manufacturing plant exposure.  The regular working hours are Monday through Friday - dayshift but require availability for all shifts and weekends for periodic meetings, trainings, or incidence response.  International and Domestic Travel up to 30%.  Additionally, the position will require an individual to occasionally lift up to 25 pounds, work in a variety of positions including sitting, standing, and kneeling to perform inspection and training activities while working in both an office and manufacturing (plant) environment.  Walking up to 50% of the time