The Leidos IEH&S Manager will establish and implement an Aviation and Industrial Environment Health and Safety Plan to perform all duties of environmental, safety, health and hazardous material control
When operating Domestic or Foreign, the Leidos IEH&S Manager will ensure adherence to all Federal, State and Local safety and health regulations, including the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), Department of Transportation (DOT), and the Applicable Standards and Regulations. When operating Foreign, the Leidos will comply with all host country laws and regulations and adhere to OSHA guidelines to the fullest degree practicable. If no host country regulations exist, U.S. Federal regulations apply to the fullest degree practicable.
The Leidos IEH&S Manager will be responsible for ensuring all work, including contact with and handling of hazardous materials, the disturbance or dismantling of structures containing hazardous materials and/or the disposal of hazardous materials generated and used at the OA- waste Generating Site(s) complies with the applicable requirements of Country, Federal, State and Local Environmental, Safety and Health Regulations, Ordinance, Policy and Procedures.
The Leidos IEH&S Manager will assure compliance with the requirements of this contract. This includes, but is not limited to: observing and inspecting to detect and correct unsafe practices, reviewing and maintaining mishap reports and statistics, implementing corrective actions, advising and assisting in accident investigations, training personnel in safety related subjects, ensuring accountability of responsibility for all personnel performing on this contract and conducting reviews and rehearsals for pre-accident planning.
The Leidos IEH&S Manager performs all operations in a prudent, conscientious, safe and professional manner. Leidos' Aviation and Industrial Environmental Health and Safety program will ensure policies, procedures and evaluation plans are implemented to include, but are not limited to: Personnel Safety, Flight Safety, Ground Safety, Safety Inspections/Surveys, Incident/Accident Reporting, Pre-Accident Planning, Deployment of Off-site Personnel Immunization requirements, Drug Testing and continuous evaluation of program requirements to ensure all applicable Country, Federal, State and Local Environmental, Health and Safety
Regulations, Ordinance, Policy and Procedures are followed.
The Leidos IEH&S Manager ensure the program is utilizing the most efficient and cost-effective means to meet all requirements. The Leidos IEH&S Manager establish Hazardous Material Control procedures, in conjunction with the EH&S Plan, that will minimize or eliminate the risk of environmental pollution.
The Leidos IEH&S Manager will perform the requirements of this contract in a manner consistent with applicable environmental laws and regulations, operating policies/directives outlined in Executive Order 12114, entitled "Environmental Effects Abroad of Major Federal Actions," and the Applicable Standards and Regulations.
The Aviation Industrial and Environmental Health and Safety Plan ensures all "duties of a generator" of hazardous waste are completed on behalf of OA and to properly manage the hazardous waste at the Alliance Facility, generated by OA and designated OA-waste generating sites. At the direction of OA, the Leidos IEH&S Manager will be responsible for the remedial cleanup and disposal of residual waste that may remain after the removal of gross contamination. Safeguard both life and property by establishing and implementing Hazardous Material procedures to include, but not limited to, the following:
• Hazardous Communication
• Permits and Certificates
• Hazardous Waste Transportation
• Hazardous Waste Storage
• Hazardous Waste Disposal
• Hazardous Waste Inspection/Audits
• Hazardous Waste Recordkeeping • IEH&S Training
• Recycling Support
Requires BS degree
The Industrial and Environmental Health and Safety Manager shall have a minimum of ten (10) years' experience in developing and implementing safety and health programs in an industrial setting.
Demonstrated experience in developing worker exposure assessment and air monitoring programs and techniques with a working knowledge of Federal, State and Local industrial and environment health and safety and regulations.
The IEH&S Manager shall be responsible for ensuring compliance with all IEHS related regulations, policies and procedures in all aspects of contract performance. This position is a full time responsibility and must be located at the main on-site Alliance Facility.