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Honeywell

Job Title: Hazardous Materials Compliance Leader

Job available in these locations:

  • Charlotte, NC, United States
  • Groveport, OH, United States
  • El Paso, TX, United States

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Description: Serve as subject matter expert on emerging and existing Dangerous Goods (DG) transportation regulations within Americas Region.

Coordinate and train with HON DG team on global regulations.
Coordinate and contribute to the development of training aligned to the HON DG Global Design Model through use of internal training modules, corporate trainings, or external consultants for sites and respective personnel to meet global regulatory requirements.

  • Prepare and distribute specialized trainings as needed for specific changes in regulations, mode/carrier/country restrictions, or site-specific requirements.
  • Assess function-specific and site-specific training needs for respective transportation personnel and identified dangerous goods employees in region.
  • Provide guidance and regulatory interpretation to all regional sites shipping DG on behalf of Honeywell materials per current DG regulations and HON standards.
  • Perform DG audits and risk assessments with Honeywell and outsourced/Third Party Logistics (3PL) DG sites per corporate assessment criteria, via direct participation or through coordination with third party audit firm.Drive adherence to corrective action plans to mitigate risk.
  • Ensure complete DG information is provided to all 3PL teams per legal requirements, including but not limited to classification, emergency response, and product-specific information.
  • Report transportation regulatory incidents to respective functions, management, and corporate leadership per required process.
  • Ensure regional site compliance with Corporate HSE level 2 standards for dangerous goods and transportation compliance.Develop and distribute training on SBG- or GBE-specific standards as required.
  • Participate in new product introduction/launch processes to validate classification and prepare sites in terms of shipping requirements and potential regulatory constraints for new products.
  • Support Logistics teams working with carriers/freight forwarders, identify mode/lane constraints, train on carrier-specific requirements, and resolve any DG shipment holds/rejections.
  • Gather and analyze transportation safety performance metrics for shipping sites by region in coordination with Logistics/HSE teams to meet corporate DG and compliance goals.
  • Support HON fleet compliance via site and driver employee reviews, using appropriate country regulations and HON fleet standards.
  • Participate in the Honeywell Corporate Dangerous Goods Committee, including cross-business training, best practice sharing, and development of standard written procedures for SBG and Corporate.
  • Maintain current and appropriate DG training certifications in IATA, IMDG, TDG, NOMS, JIT, 49CFR, ADR.

Requirements:

  • Current or prior certifications in Dangerous Goods regulations, such as UN, IATA/ICAO, IMDG, ADR, 49CFR
  • Bachelor's Degree or 5+ years of experience in Health Safety and Environmental, Supply Chain or related field, or equivalent experience at Honeywell
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Basic SAP system knowledge (minimum Material Master, Logistics modules)
  • Be fluent in English

02152024

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Honeywell

Job Title: Compliance Packaging Engineer

Job available in these locations:

  • Charlotte, NC, United States
  • Geismar, LA, United States
  • Groveport, OH, United States
  • El Paso, TX, United States

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DESCRIPTION: 

  • Design and implement global standard for DG packaging testing requirements and create/maintain global repository for testing documentation
  • Ensure compliance with U.S. Department of Transportation and/or international regulations for the packaging and shipment of hazardous materials/dangerous goods (DG)
  • Work as shared resource with SBG and Logistics teams to identify more efficient packaging options
  • Develop and deliver training on packaging testing and regulatory requirements to shipping sites and various functional teams to support packaging compliance
  • Keep informed of the advancement of technology as applied to dangerous goods/hazmat packaging
  • Design packaging, develop scopes of work, and coordinate with outside testing facilities to complete UN Package Testing as required
  • Coordinate on DG site audits to validate packaging compliance
  • Prepare written work instructions for packaging operations
  • Coordinate projects and analyze engineering drawings and specifications.
  • Interact with design agencies, regulatory authorities, and suppliers to assist in resolving design, development, production and acceptance issues.
  • Coordinate data required for submission of DOT packaging exemptions or competent authority approvals

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university with a packaging focus; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Experience in packaging techniques and procedures.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Project management skills
  • Be fluent in English

02152024

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Johnson & Johnson

  • JOB TITLE: Manager, EHS Dangerous Goods Transportation Compliance
  • FUNCTION: Environmental Health, Safety (EH&S) and Facilities Services (FS)
  • LOCATION: Somerset, New Jersey, United States; Memphis, Tennessee, United States; Mooresville, Indiana, United States; Shepherdsville, Kentucky, United States; Jacksonville, Florida, United States
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DESCRIPTION
Johnson & Johnson Services is currently recruiting for a Manager, EHS Dangerous Goods (DG)Transportation Compliance. This function will report into the EHS Director Dangerous Goods & Transportation Safety.

The Manager role consists in providing direct technical DG advice to sites and business partners in J&J's Pharmaceutical and MedTech sector. This role enables continuous strengthening of the enterprise DG knowledge and capabilities through developing technical solutions, delivering training (virtual/onsite), creation of technical standards, guidelines and tools, taking into account the various sector, regional, functional and/or site-specific needs.

Through demonstrating global multimodal supply chain experience, the role collaborates closely with different business functions to identify business process improvement opportunities and provide strategic contribution.

Are you interested in joining a diverse team delivering outstanding results to our customers? Apply now for this exciting opportunity!

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide E2E DG support in J&J Innovative Medicines and MedTech R&D, Supply chain and Commercial. Identify process, standards, strategical and tactical opportunities.
  • Coordinate deployment of EHS transportation safety strategy.
  • Maintain enterprise DG master data and business rules for ERP (SAP S/4).
  • Lead and deliver on global DG compliance projects and/or initiatives.
  • Development and delivery of training materials.
  • Interpret and communicate current and emerging regulatory and J&J requirements at a global level. Continuously monitor the changing regulatory climate to proactively assess and communicate industry trends and emerging areas with potential impact to DG compliance programs.
  • Develop recommendations on technical standards and guidelines for processes and functional requirements ensuring alignment with regulatory requirements.
  • Become member of the EHS Auditor pool.
  • Function as Incident/Accident contact for the 24/7 Emergency Response service.
  • Collaborate with Safety Data Sheet Authoring team on Transportation Safety compliance aspects.
  • Shape the EHS DG Portal & increase the visibility of the program by developing a communication strategy that fits the needs of our internal and external customers.
  • Participate in Key Trade organizations and maintain a strong global external network
  • Technical alignment with external consultants & vendors

QUALIFICATIONS

Education:

  • A minimum of a Bachelor degree is required. Focus degree in Logistics, Engineering, Chemistry or equivalent is preferred. A Master's degree is preferred.

Experience and Skills:

Required:

  • A minimum of 6 years in a multimodal global DG compliance role.
  • Excellent knowledge of multimodal USDOT 49CFR and international DG transportation legislation
  • Profound hands-on experience and knowledge in multimodal shipping processes and transport legislations.

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01222024

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US DOT PHMSA
Job Title: Compliance Investigator (Open to both U.S. Citizens and Federal Employees)

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This position is located in the Office of Hazardous Materials Safety Field Operations, Associate Administrator for Hazardous Material Safety (OHMS), Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), Department of Transportation (DOT). This position will serve in a developmental capacity receiving on-the-job and/or formal classroom training.  

Duties: As a Compliance Investigator, you will:

  • Be responsible for the receipt, review, and proper disposition of all reports involving noncompliance with the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) from all sources.
  • Plan, coordinate, and conduct field surveillance and investigation of packaging manufacturers, re-testers, repairers, rebuilders, special permit and approval holders, shippers, and re-conditioners in the region to enhance public safety in the transportation of hazardous materials by air, rail, highway and water.
  • Participate in DOT hazardous materials enforcement meetings and joint inspection activities with other DOT modal administrations, other federal agencies, and state and local governments.
  • Participate in team activities administering less complex assignments in the program area; assists in discharge of investigative responsibilities; assists in the analysis and evaluation of data to identify safety concerns, and in deciding on appropriate measures to protect oneself and others working in conjunction with them; participates in meetings, briefings, and hearings; assists in the verification of data; Prepares less complex portions of findings and recommendations.
  • Assist in the collection, safeguarding and evaluation of evidence (e.g., case files, reports of the lead investigator, statements, and photographs); violations; and Notices of Probable Violation. Participates in informal conferences with alleged violators and their legal counsel and safety representatives to hear arguments and review evidence on the violators cited.

The Ideal Candidate is an entry level Investigator/Enforcement Professional who is seeking to obtain a Compliance Investigator career ladder position within the Office of Hazardous Materials Enforcement's regional offices. As an entry level position, all duties will be under the advice and guidance of senior level Investigators to guide individuals in obtaining the skills and expertise to advance to the next grade level.

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10302023

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