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Inspection Assistant
ID: SGA-105 Location: Atlanta Program: SEE
Wage/Hr: $12.72 Hours/Week: 40 Minimum Age: 55
Qualifications:

BA/BS Degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Physical Science, Industrial Hygiene or related field OR Minimum of 4 year(s) of experience in scientific related field Previously completed training in Environmental Regulation and Chemical Emergency Planning, Prevention and Preparedness

  • Experience in fire and explosion investigation and analysis
  • Experience required with Windows, Fax, Copying Machine, MS Word, WordPerfect, MS Excel, MS Access
  • PowerPoint, scanner
Duties:

Perform accident investigations to determine the origin and cause of fires and explosions involving industrial chemical processes pursuant to Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act (CAA). Perform general inspections to ensure compliance with CAA 112(r) and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) and assist in processing enforcement actions accordingly. Participate in compliance assistance and Chemical Emergency Planning and Preparedness (CEPP) outreach activities with the public, states, local first responders and affected facilities

  • Conducts on-site inspections to verify compliance with regulations, writes inspection reports    40%
  • Reviews inspection reports and assists in preparing enforcement actions as necessary.    25%
  • Provides technical and administrative assistance to the regulated community    10%
  • Conducts general information and outreach activities; provides general support to EPRA/CAA/CEPP programs    5%
  • Provides technical/administrative assistance to EPCRA Enforcement Section for other duties as assigned    5%
  • Perform accident investigations to determine the origin and cause of fires and explosions involving industrial chemical processes    15%

Other:
  • EPA Order 1500 (Training for EPA Enforcement Inspectors)
  • EPA computer applications
  • Overnight travel: Minimum of one week per month
  • Health Safety Training: OSHA Hazwoper, CPR
  • Health and Safety Considerations: Classroom training
  • Climbing ladders or stairs, walking on uneven terrain, working in extremely hot, cold or inclement weather conditions
  • Potential exposure to toxic substances during EPCRA/CAA enforcement inspections
  • Required Safety Gear: hardhat, steel-toes shoes, safety goggle/glasses,etc., may be requiredcoveralls, gloves, hard hat, steel-toed shoes and safety goggles/glasses.
  • Safety Gear Use: while conducting EPCRA/CAA inspections
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