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Georgia-Pacific is seeking a self-motivated and driven individual for our Process Safety Engineer/Leader
opening at our Brunswick, GA facility. The selected individual will drive and support value-based strategies, provide technical direction, and influence leadership for process safety.
Brunswick Cellulose LLC is a world-class manufacturing facility where team members use innovative technologies to produce specialty and market fluff pulp for a variety of high-end uses across the globe. Our Brunswick facility is one of six mills in the GP Cellulose business that employs more than 540 individuals. GP Cellulose is a leading producer of high-quality fluff pulps, meeting the needs of the personal hygiene industry and disposable absorbent products manufacturers around the globe. We create real, long-term value in our business by anticipating our customers needs and working with them closely to help them achieve their business goals. Our Global Technical Service team is an important part of the company s commitment to delivering real value to our customers. GP Cellulose is also committed to environmental sustainability and stewardship through every stage of our business, using environmentally conscious production practices to maximize the use of renewable raw materials throughout our process. To learn more about GP Cellulose, please watch the video here.
A Day In The Life Typically Includes:
- Providing process safety influential leadership for the site, working with a peer process safety engineer, providing specific focus to ensure that mill process safety systems reduce risk and assure compliance
- Fostering process safety ownership within the organization through leadership, coordination, and coaching in keeping with risk-based process safety and Market-Based Management (MBM )
- Providing routine communication to mill management regarding process safety issues impacting the mill
- Facilitating process safety ownership by the line organization through integration of the S&H Management System
- Serving as a mentor for technical and hourly employees to make process safety an everyday mission for continuous improvement in daily operations
- Assisting leadership with the development of short and long-term process safety objectives, targets, strategies, and measures that prioritize and mitigate risks
- Ensuring management systems effectively address the facility s Process Safety (PS) risk profile and aligning PS strategy according to the Facility S&H plan
- Providing technical direction to achieve the Process Safety vision using both new and existing management systems
- Leading risk assessments at the facility for anticipating, identifying and evaluating hazards as well as more formal PHAs
- Applying the principles of Process Safety Competency to make process safety an operating discipline within all affected roles at the mill
- Partnering with corporate process safety and compliance IT groups to develop and improve training, tools, and policies that support the mill
- Providing analysis of process safety incidents and near misses to assure sustainable corrective actions are implemented
- Reviewing training systems for effectiveness and making recommendations for improvement
- Ensuring and providing metrics to monitor process safety compliance
- Reviewing and validating of the following: process equipment design specifications, safeguard specifications, and operating procedures
- Providing either leadership and/or technical guidance for process hazard analyses (PHA), management of change (MOC), and pre-startup safety reviews (PSSR)
- Leading process incident investigations and developing effective corrective actions to prevent recurrence
- Providing oversight for the mill's process safety information including: P&ID's, PFD's, chemical compatibility matrix, etc.What You Will Need:
- Bachelor s Degree or higher in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering, safety, or related engineering or technical field
- Two (2) or more years of experience in a process engineering, mechanical integrity, or reliability role within a PSM regulated operation
- Experience and working knowledge of Process Safety regulations, specifically 29 CFR 1910.119 and 40 CFR 68
- Experience with Process Hazard Analysis (PHA)
- Experience and proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPointWhat Will Put You Ahead?
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- Supervisory experience within a chemical, petrochemical, or pulp/paper mill in operations, technical, or mechanical integrity role
- Five (5) or more years of experience in a process safety role or equivalent engineering experience within a PSM regulated operation
- Five (5) or more years process safety experience specific to manufacturing
- Professional Engineer (PE), Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) or equivalent certifications
- Experience in the pulp & paper industry
- Experience and knowledge of how manufacturing processes work and basic equipment operation within the processes
- Experience leading Occupational Health / Industrial Hygiene programs at a manufacturing or chemical facility
Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.
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