Job Description for Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Coordinator

Environmental health and safety (EHS) coordinators work to create and enforce a culture of safety within their organizations. They implement programs, policies, and assessments to ensure their company is in compliance with all federal and internal health and safety rules. They may also review reports and findings to monitor performance and detect trends related to health and safety.

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Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Coordinator Tasks
  • Develop, implement, and administer safety and health programs.
  • Coordinate with Human Resources to maintain policies and procedures.
  • Conduct job exposure analyses to ensure safe work environments according to EHS standards.

About Escanaba, Michigan

Delta County, Michigan
12,529
Male:
5,775 (46.1%)
Female:
6,754 (53.9%)
Escanaba (/ˌɛskəˈnɑːbə/ ESS-kə-NAH-bə) is a city in Delta County in the U.S. state of Michigan, located in the banana belt on the state's Upper Peninsula. The population was 12,616 at the 2010 census, making it the third-largest city in the Upper Peninsula after Marquette and Sault Ste. Marie. It is the seat of government of Delta County. There is also Escanaba Township, which is north of the city and is not adjacent to it, although a portion of the urban area around the city extends into the township. Both are named for the Escanaba River that flows into the Little Bay de Noc of Lake Michigan just north of the city at 45°46′37″N 87°03′30″W. The word "Escanaba" roughly translates from various regional native languages to "land of the red buck" although some people maintain that it refers to "flat rock". Escanaba was an Ojibwa village in the early 19th century. As an...
Escanaba:
$26,808
Michigan:
$49,087
$518
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$80,100
Michigan:
$120,200
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Key Stats for Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Coordinator

5-9 years
100%

Years of Experience

5-9 years
100%