Environmental health and safety (EHS) assistant managers support the lead EHS manager in creating, promoting, maintaining, and overseeing health and safety standards for their organization. EHS assistant managers review the standards set by the lead EHS manager to ensure that they meet the requirements at the federal, state and local level. Additionally, they help oversee the implementation of EHS standards and ensure that staff follow the guidelines set by senior management as closely as possible; additionally, they must report any issues that may negatively impact implementation to the lead EHS manager.
Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Assistant Manager Tasks
Look into accident and injury claims company-wide, ensuring results consistent with company goals.
Educate all personnel on health and safety policies and company safety goals.
Research health and safety regulations, such as OSHA laws, and create company safety protocols.
Supervise safety and security staff.