EH&S Manager


Tremco Construction Products Group brings together Tremco CPG Inc.'s Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing and Roofing & Building Maintenance divisions; Tremco Barrier Solutions Inc.; Dryvit, Nudura and Willseal brands; Prebuck LLC; Weatherproofing Technologies, Inc.; Weatherproofing Technologies Canada and PureAir Control Services, Inc.

Altogether, Tremco CPG companies operate 21 manufacturing facilities, 6 distribution sites, and 3 R&D/technology sites, and employ more than 2,700 people across North America.

GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE JOB: The EHS manager is accountable for the development and implementation of programs in the Environmental, Health, Safety and Security areas of manufacturing.


  • Embodies the company's core values of transparency, trust, and respect by demonstrating integrity, commitment, responsible entrepreneurship, and moral courage.

  • Applies the company's policies and adheres to processes to ensure compliance and organizational best practices.

  • Demonstrates a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in all areas of responsibility such as hiring and promotion decisions.

  • Effectively and efficiently onboards new employees.

  • Conducts annual performance evaluations and provides ongoing performance feedback, maintaining clear and timely documentation.

  • Coaches and manages employees using the company's philosophy and tools to ensure talent is developed and retained.

    Constructs succession plans to ensure sustainability and continuity of area of responsibility.


  • Investigate and document adverse effects of product use on humans and the environment, for both personal and commercial applications.
  • Communicate product usage standards to ensure safety and mitigate risks, ensuring understanding among all stakeholders.
  • Lead and implement regulatory compliance programs in occupational health, safety, hazardous materials, environmental management, and materials transportation.
  • Interpret regulations, develop compliant programs, and provide training across North America, focusing on legislative compliance and organizational appropriateness.
  • Conduct safety audits, manage Environmental, Health, & Safety (EH&S) compliance statistics, and recommend annual safety program updates.
  • Act as the primary contact with regulatory bodies, provide litigation support, and potentially serve as an expert witness.
  • Maintain and update knowledge on EH&S regulations, particularly in hazardous materials management across various jurisdictions.
  • Research and advise on best practices in chemical manufacturing, distribution, disposal, policy gaps, and program improvements.
  • Prepare for legislative changes with proactive program options and contingency plans, focusing on chemical products and regulatory updates.
  • Serve as a key resource on occupational health, safety, and environmental management policies and standards.
  • Collaborate with Human Resources in workplace injury case management and return-to-work programs.
  • Lead the development and implementation of EH&S compliance codes and training programs, identifying and correcting non-compliant processes.
  • Ensure employee training and awareness in EH&S procedures, analyzing financial implications of program and regulatory changes.
  • Establish regulatory guidelines in chemical hazard identification, safety risk assessment, and conduct ongoing compliance audits.
  • Provide guidance to ensure operational plans are in compliance with EH&S requirements, and act as an advisory resource on regulatory compliance and best practices to the management team.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENT: 4 year College or University degree in Natural Sciences (Chemistry, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, or Safety Sciences).


  • 4+ years' experienceleading and contributing to compliance and regulatory policy and program development in a materials processing environment.

  • Formal training in occupational health and safety.

  • Process Safety Management (PSM) and Class 1 Division 1 (C1D1) are highly preferred.


  • Certified Safety Professional preferred.
  • Ability to travel across North America approximately 10%.

  • Broad understanding of regulatory compliance requirements, risk assessment and mitigation programs in multiple (particularly North American) jurisdictions.

  • Ability to inspire others to commit to and achieve EHS&S program goals and performance measures in a production environment with varying levels of literacy and educational background.

  • Ability to develop a business case for new EHS program development/program modification.

  • Ability to manage program administration requirements across multiple, disparate (production, distribution, warehousing, sales, and marketing) divisions.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Incumbent must be able to stand, walk, sit, use hands, reach, climb, balance, kneel, talk, hear, taste, smell, and lift up to 25 lbs.


The base range for this position is $87,000.

to 110,000.

plus a 15% bonus opportunity.

The Company offers a variety of benefits to its employees, including but not limited to health insurance, paid holidays, paid time off, 401(k) Savings and Trust & Plan with company match, Company Pension Plan, Performance Based Bonus/Commission, and continuing education.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
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