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May 26, 2011
"There are no foreign lands. It is the traveler only who is foreign." - Robert Louis Stevenson, Scottish author, (1850- 1894)
Travel safe this Memorial Day weekend!
- EPA suspends chemical reporting until strict changes finalized
- Steven Chu discusses the future of energy and cleantech
- What's the solution for the curse of conflict minerals?
- MasterCard launches carbon reporting for travel expenditures
- The 100 most creative people in business 2011
- A new generation of Jewish delis embraces sustainability
- Job Opportunities
Webinar: Water Risk Management
June 21, 2011 - Register today!
Assess the physical, regulatory and reputational risks associated with your water footprint throughout the supply chain.
Conference: EHS Compliance Excellence & Best Practices
July 27-28, 2011, Minneapolis, Mn. - Hosted at Best Buy Co. - Register today!
Gain a comprehensive look at how leading companies are ensuring global EHS compliance through a variety of peer case studies.
Conference: 19th Annual EHS Management Forum
October 19-20, 2011, Tuscon, Ariz. - Register today!
With over 500 attendees, this conference is the largest gathering of EHS and Sustainability decision-makers in the country.
EPA suspends chemical reporting until strict changes finalized
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will let companies hold off on reporting some information about chemicals while it makes changes that will require companies to report additional information and more frequently.
Steven Chu discusses the future of energy and cleantech
Secretary for the US Department of Energy, Steven Chu, discusses the big picture of how the United States uses energy and why innovation in clean technology is the key to winning the wuture.
What's the solution for the curse of conflict minerals?
A provision of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act requires all U.S. public companies which use any of four specific minerals source from the Democratic Republic of the Congo to file an audited report with the SEC to declare whether these minerals support conflict or not. The question is: Will it help resolve the conflict in the DRC?
MasterCard launches carbon reporting for travel expenditures
MasterCard has launched a program for corporate cardholders that will automatically estimate travel-related carbon emissions data based on card transactions. Detailed estimated data on flights, rental cars, hotels and other travel purchases will be automatically processed and will integrate carbon scores with a web-based expense management and reporting system.
The 100 most creative people in business 2011
Creativity and innovation can come from anywhere. Check out this list of people who have applied unique solutions to common problems. Click on the ‘Process’ and ‘Inspiration’ links in each profile to find out the backstory.
A new generation of Jewish delis embraces sustainability
From the pastrami to the pickles, this isn’t your grandfathers deli. Don’t worry the knishes are still delicious.
Have an open position that you would like to include in the next E-News? Send it to Mike.
Safety/Environmental Specialist, Sims Metal Management, Inc., Houston, TX
Key responsibilities will include maintaining compliance to all local, state, and federal safety and environmental laws for Southern Region facilities. Assist managers and supervisors in the systematic method for improving safety and environmental training programs. Collect and distribute safety statistics. Candidates must have verifiable experience 5 to 10 years working in a safety and environmental position in a manufacturing environment. Also be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, Candidate must be degreed, preferred in the field of Science. Must be able to speak, read, and write English, the ability to communicate in Spanish will be considered a plus. All candidates should be excellence driven, work independently with minimal supervision, be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously, adapt to a changing environment and most of all be a team player. Regional travel is a requirement for this position. Please submit resumes’ to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 253.423.9507.
Safety & Environmental Manager, Gems Sensors, Inc.,Plainville, CT
Reporting to the VP of Operations, this position will lead safety and Environmental initiatives to ensure compliance and drive continuous improvement of safety and environmental metrics including, accident investigation, electrical safety, machine guarding, chemical management and hazardous waste activities. A Bachelors Degree is required, preferably in Engineering or Safety, as well as 5 years work experience in Safety within a manufacturing environment. For more information, contact Stephen Evanoff.
Advisor, Environmental Health & Safety, Cardinal Health, Valencia, California & Auburn, WA
Qualifications include B.S. (occupational safety, industrial hygiene, environmental science or engineering or equivalent) or equivalent experience. Minimum 5 years experience implementing EHS programs, systems and processes in a complex manufacturing or distribution setting. Apply today at www.cardinalhealth.com/careers. Click on Search for Jobs and type in job number 11002163 (California) or 11002164 (Washington) in the “Job Number” search field.
Senior Specialist, Environmental Health & Safety, Cardinal Health, Peabody, MA.
BS preferred Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Chemistry, Biology, Physical sciences, or Environmental/Civil/Chemical Engineering, with 2-4 years experience. Must be detail oriented, have excellent communication skills, proficient in MS word and applications. Flexibility in work hours when required. Apply today at www.cardinalhealth.com/careers. Search for job number 11002157.
Mid-Level Scientist and/or Engineer, Conestoga-Rovers & Associates, Irvine, CA
Minimum of 5 years experience in environmental site assessment (ESA)/due diligence. Prefer past experience or working knowledge of Phase I/II ESAs, regulatory compliance permitting and/or auditing, environmental management systems, and/or environmental compliance monitoring and reporting. Emphasis on completion of a strong collegiate degreed program and quality of past work projects/experience. Visit www.CRAworld.com or forward your resume to Bob Yeigh.
Junior to Mid-Level Engineer, Conestoga-Rovers & Associates, Irvine, CA
Minimum of 2 years experience in air quality management, water quality, and waste water management and minimization, and/or sustainability. Prefer past experience with a diverse applied background within the air and water sectors in California with the Southern and/or Central Valley districts/areas. Emphasis on completion of a strong collegiate degreed program and quality of past work projects/experience. Visit www.CRAworld.com or forward your resume to Bob Yeigh.
Health and Safety Advisor, Danaher/ Linx Printing Technologies, St. Ives, UK
The Health and Safety Advisor will provide support to service, manufacturing and ink production facilities at Linx as well as other Product Identification companies throughout Europe. This position will also lead Safety and Environmental initiatives to ensure compliance and drive continuous improvement of safety and environmental metrics including, fire safety, accident investigation, risk assessments, chemical management and hazardous waste activities. Formal HSE qualifications – IOSH, NEBOSH, and IEMA is desired. For more information, contact Stephen Evanoff
Have a safe, healthy and environmental week!
Carol Singer Neuvelt
NAEM Executive Director
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