Sunday, September 2, 2012

Safety Engineer-Job Code: CIK-2346

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Seeking an engineer to be responsible for Equipment safety (design through manufacture, implementation in the work place and associated documentation), facility safety and compliance. They will work with the R & D team, as well as with the High volume manufacturing team. The primary focus will be to ensure compliance with the Machinery Directive" and the Safety of workers at work Directive as well as assisting in gaining compliance to other relevant directives; RoHS, REACH, Low Voltage, EMC, ATEX, etc. Duties: This Safety Engineer will take complete ownership of: The safety compliance of the entire factory and R&D facility including Toxic, combustible and cryogenic gas distribution systems Safety aspects of the facility Electrical and cooling water distribution systems Chemical and powder safety, storage and disposal Safety aspects of manufacturing process and tools Fire and explosion procedures All personnel related safety requirements: Ergonomics Health testing and baselining Training Safety protocols Documentation Visitor safety Safety related procedures (i.e. evacuation procedure) Interface with outside compliance authorities Audits and reviews of established safety metrics and performance The safety compliance of manufactured tools including: Ensure valid CE marking of all in-house designed, custom tools Establish and maintain a proper risk assessment program (HazOps, Job Hazard analysis) to ensure that Materials safety due diligence" is performed on all tools and process Assist in creating and maintaining Technical construction files for all custom tools, including risk analysis reports and sufficient technical data to support self assessment of CE compliance for the tools. Requirements Mechanical engineering is strongly preferred (or equivalent combination of education and experience) although other technical degrees may be considered. Experience in a tool design,/building role in a technical environment (Semiconductor tool building or Petro-chemical preferred but others may be considered) Experienced with risk assessments including: safety audits, Haz Ops, and Job Hazard Analysis Solid knowledge of safety and compliance codes German speaking is a huge plus Literary and organizational skills necessary to establish and publish defensible positions on the paths follows to achieve compliance. International travel required Sense of urgency on accomplishing tasks Skilled problem solver (from root cause through effective implementation of the the solution) Able to identify creative solutions Excellent communication skills Effective Project Management skills Does not have to have been in a full time Safety role but must desire to move into that type of role. 
Keyskills:Safety Liasoning