We engineer success. Tokyo Electron U.S. Holdings, Inc. is the holding company of TEL’s U.S. subsidiaries. We oversee the intensely innovative development and production of cutting-edge products that are used globally in the electronics industry. Our employees work closely with chip manufacturers, material suppliers, and other equipment suppliers to pursue common goals and learn collectively in a professional manner, ensuring timely solutions to the technology roadmap of the semiconductor industry.
An ideal candidate will possess technical knowledge in various disciplines related to regulatory and industry requirements for health and safety. The desired candidate will have the ability to see a big-picture view while possessing a strong grasp of the details. Working in a team environment to find mutually agreeable and effective solutions in the safest manner possible, while supporting personnel, business needs, equipment, and the work environment.
Champion workplace safety and provide leadership through communication, education and actions
Conduct EHS training including, but not limited to: respiratory training and fit testing, fall protection, hazard communication, control of hazardous energies and ergonomics
Perform detailed ergonomic analyses by collecting and interpreting data from employees and work environments; use various tools to evaluate risk and collaborate with teams to propose and develop realistic solutions
Research and apply regulatory and industry safety codes, such as OSHA, NFPA, NEC, SEMI, and ANSI
Perform PPE, industrial hygiene and other risk assessments, make recommendations and report on results
Conduct incident investigations using root cause analysis to drive system improvements
Chair and contribute to site safety committee meetings, including manage closure of related action items
Support the development of engineering and administrative controls to mitigate risk to target levels
Cultivate internal and external customer relationships that drive implementation of safety systems or improvements that promote safe work habits
Review and update EHS policies, procedures and best known methods (BKMs) throughout the organization
Provide safety coaching for employees and leadership for regional safety activities and initiatives
Support other facilities throughout the US as required; travel up to 25%
CSP, CIH, CHMM, CPE or Professional Engineer certification is a plus
5+ years’ experience in EH&S, with a Bachelor of Science in engineering, chemistry, biology, industrial hygiene, safety or closely related field (up to 4 years of additional relevant experience may be substituted on a year for year basis bachelor's degree)
Strong preference for EHS experience at a semiconductor equipment manufacturing facility
Experience with industrial hygiene characterizations, working knowledge of ergonomics, performing root cause analysis, and implementation of EHS compliance systems
Knowledgeable in federal, state and local regulations
Must have the ability to work independently and have excellent interpersonal communication and written skills
Dependable, stable under pressure and can easily adapt to change
Job duties may be performed in a clean room environment, in awkward positions and/or in high places. Mechanical aptitude, manual dexterity and ability to lift/carry objects up to 35 pounds may be required. May require bending/stooping/crawling/climbing and use of PPE. Occasional overnight travel to TEL factories, training facilities and customer locations may be required.
Internal Number: 6132BR
As a leading global company of semiconductor and flat panel display (FPD) production equipment, Tokyo Electron Limited (TEL) engages in development, manufacturing, and sales in a wide range of product fields. All of TEL's semiconductor and FPD production equipment product lines maintain high market shares in their respective global segments. TEL provides outstanding products and services to customers through a global network of approximately 75 locations in 16 countries in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. www.tel.com