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The Assistant Manager of Environment, Health & Safety, will primarily support the RSN’s, SportsEngine and Remote Events. This role will support the EHS Director, management and production teams, as assigned, to ensure compliance with all Company, federal, state, local and/or international environmental, occupational safety and health policies, rules and regulations as applicable. Support is provided via regular on-site attendance at each location as well as remotely from Stamford, CT.
Develop, implement and maintain appropriate safety programs e.g., Injury and Illness Prevention Programs, policies and procedures as necessary to ensure a safe & healthful work environment for all personnel
Provide EHS-related support both in-person and remotely to all locations, which includes frequent travel throughout the year
Review production plans to identify potential EHS issues, e.g. hazardous conditions or locations, unusual activities, etc.
Participate (on-site / in-person) in events, surveys and production meetings, as needed, to understand scheduled production activities and provide guidance on safety-related issues
Attend remote productions / events to provide input from the EHS perspective and be on-site when higher-risk activities may take place, as necessary
Support the EHS Director during investigations of accidents, incidents, significant events and emergencies promptly in accordance with company policies and/or applicable laws and regulations
Track, review and analyze all injuries/illnesses and accident investigations for each production to determine trends, root cause, regulatory compliance & follow-up actions
Assist operations with preparation and coordination of regularly scheduled audits and reviews
Develop materials and provide safety training to crew members, supervisors and management in safety awareness, safe work practices, documentation requirements and general regulatory compliance, as necessary
Work with EHS Director to realize established short and long-term departmental EHS goals
Work with the EHS Director and other EHS Managers to ensure consistent application of Company policies across all productions and evaluate whether these policies are effective
Actively participate in meetings and be prepared to discuss issues related to assigned events, shows and sites
Interface with outside regulatory agencies as required, e.g., Fire Department, Occupational Health & Safety (OSHA) representatives
Participate in the ongoing review of existing EHS programs and creation of new programs
Represent NBC Sports Group to external professional organizations, peers and employees in a professional manner
Minimum two (2) years’ experience in the Environmental Health and Safety field
Bachelor’s degree in a safety, occupational health or industrial hygiene field or related field, or equivalent work experience
Interested candidate must submit a resume/CV through Company website to be considered (note job #: )
Willingness to travel, work overtime, work weekday nights, and on weekends with short notice
Must be willing to work in Stamford, CT
Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States
Must be 18 years or older
It is the policy of Company and Company’ s affiliated businesses to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy) sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
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