Title:  Environment Health and Safety Manager



The EHS (Environmental, Health, and Safety) Manager is responsible for overseeing and implementing health and safety programs to ensure compliance with all relevant regulations and standards. Develops and maintains policies, procedures, and practices to create a safe and healthy work environment for employees. Manages the company's environmental programs, ensuring compliance with relevant environmental laws and regulations.


  • Regulatory Compliance- Ensuring the company's compliance with local and national health, safety, and environmental regulations by implementing and maintaining policies and procedures that meet or exceed these requirements.​​​​​​
  • Risk Assessment and Management- Conducting regular risk assessments to identify potential hazards and implementing risk management strategies, such as implementing control measures and defining emergency response protocols.
  • Performance Monitoring and Reporting- Developing and maintaining a system to monitor and track EHS performance indicators to evaluate the effectiveness of safety programs, identify areas for improvement, and report key metrics to management and regulatory agencies.
  • Training and Education- Developing and delivering effective training programs to educate employees on safety procedures, hazard recognition, and proper use of protective equipment. Ensuring that employees are appropriately trained to minimize workplace accidents and incidents
  • Incident Investigation and Analysis- Investigating accidents, incidents, and near misses to determine root causes and implementing corrective actions to prevent recurrence. Analyzing trends and identifying opportunities for improvement in safety performance.
  • Certification Compliance- Ensuring adherence to certification standards and requirements, and successful completion of certification audits. This includes maintaining and updating documentation and processes to align with certification standards (e.g., ISO 14001, ISO 45001, FSSC, QMS, GMP and others).



B.S. Engineering, Occupational Health & Safety, or related field. Master's degree preferred.



Minimum of 10 years of experience in EHS management, preferably in an industrial or manufacturing setting.


Training /License/Certification

Pollution Control Officer (PCO) Accreditation

Safety Officer 3 (SO3) Certified

Trained in ISO 14001 and 45001 standards


Essential Traits

Strong leadership skills, excellent communication skills, In-depth knowledge of health, safety, and environmental regulations, analytical and problem-solving abilities, detail-oriented mindset, expertise in EHS program development and implementation, strong ethics and integrity, collaboration and teamwork, adaptability and continuous learning, and crisis management skills


Job Assignment: Danao, Cebu