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Global Transport Training Services USA, Ltd.

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REGULATORY SPECIALIST - INSTRUCTOR FOR DANGEROUS GOODS TRAINING SCHOOL

 Full / Part Time Position

Global Transport Training Services USA located in Blue Bell, PA, a highly recognized and Accredited Dangerous Goods Training School is looking for qualified Regulatory Specialist to provide training seminars in the public and private sectors.

Instructor Qualification:

 

  • Certified in the transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations - IATA, IMDG, 49CFR, with comprehensive knowledge regarding all aspects of their respective dangerous goods regulations.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and CRM software.

  • Excellent written and oral English communication skills (Spanish an asset).

  • Ability to effectively deliver classroom PowerPoint presentations to clients.

  • Must be available to travel (Extensive Overnight - approximately 32 to 38 weeks per year).

  • Have a minimum of five (5) years in Cargo Operations, but must not have less than three (3) years of working experience specifically in the handling and acceptance of Dangerous Goods.

  • Communicate effectively with corporate clients in a public environment and have a proven track record in the Dangerous Goods transportation industry in order to help organize, maintain and grow in this dynamic but challenging arena. Our company specializes in dangerous goods training, and support services.

  • Applicants are required to provide proof that their proposed qualifications meet the foregoing criteria by providing copies of all certificates and diplomas, and at least two current professional references relative to work experience.

To apply: Interested individuals should submit resume and detailed cover letter explaining why their experience is a match for the job along with salary requirements to: rways@gttstraining.com

 



Total Petrochemicals & Refining USA, Inc.

Transportation Safety Coordinator

BASIC FUNCTION:
 
This position manages activities relating to all aspects of safe transportation of hazardous and non-hazardous materials.  It coordinates the distribution and hazardous material transportation programs for the company by developing policies and procedures that promote compliance with regulations and company policies related to all modes of product transport including road, rail, pipeline, air and certain marine activities.  The position monitors industry activity, conducts internal auditing, and advises LBU’s and BU’s.  This position is an active team member of the Crisis Management Incident Support Team (IST) and supports the Responsible Care® effort, and in particular, Product Stewardship and RCMS for the Corporate office.
 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
• Manage activities relating to all aspects of safe transportation of company products, including hazardous materials.  Promote compliance with U.S. and International regulations through monitoring of industry activity, internal auditing, and providing assistance and advising sites, business lines and corporate departments concerning transportation projects and issues.
• Support Responsible Care activities. Responsible for the implementation and certification of the Responsible Care Management System (RCMS) at the Corporate Office. 
• This position participates with Product Stewardship activities, especially in the areas of Community Outreach and Value Chain Audit programs. Also supports efforts on company product reviews and distribution.
• Responsible for monitoring of inclement weather, including tropical weather activity for all sites, and providing decision-making information when appropriate.
• This position initiates and develops sustainable program documents adhering to the Maestro Management System framework. Seeks approval of documents and supports LBU implementation.
• This position actively participates on the IST and is an active Incident Support Coordinator
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Rocky Meza

HR Advisor

REFINING & CHEMICALS

 Human Capital

 

Tel:  713-483-5436

Cell: 832-461-5983

Fax: 713-483-5429

rocky.meza@total.com