Wastren Advantage

OSH Engineer

5 months ago
# of Openings


Under limited supervision, performs Occupational Safety (OS) functions as assigned by management. Typical job responsibilities are to assist and support OS Management in the development of the OS Program by reviewing regulatory requirements/interpretations, identifying improvement opportunities, evaluating industry best practices, and providing programmatic support to OS field teams. Other duties include the review of OS training modules to ensure that they align with applicable FBP procedures and contractual and regulatory requirements.


  • Participates in monitoring the company's safety standards in accordance with applicable laws and regulations; evaluates and interprets current regulations and assists in compliance.
  • Provides technical and/or functional guidance to the OS team.
  • Evaluation of the OS training materials.
  • May provide leadership to less experienced OS Technicians.
  • Provides interpretative guidance regarding OS procedures and recommends appropriate controls.
  • Assist with evaluation of the OS Program through assessments and surveillance.
  • Assist with development of communications regarding clarification of existing requirements or implementation of new procedures.
  • Contributes to the revision of policies and procedures to enhance the OS Program.
  • Identifies hazards and recommends control to mitigate hazards.
  • Assists others in developing and implementing programs for hazard identification.
  • Assists in generating reports, charts, spreadsheets as needed.
  • Perform duties general/routing to moderately complex in nature.
  • Actively participates in Safety Work Groups.


Minimum qualifications:

  • BS Degree in Occupations Safety or a closely related field and 3 years of relalted experience, or an equivalent compbination of education and experience is required
  • Active DOE clearance or the ability to obtain
  • Radiological training is required or the ability to obtain



Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
Share on your newsfeed