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PSM (Process Safety Management) Coordinator
Perry, GA

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Responsibilities:  The PSM Coordinator organizes and maintains the Process Safety Management (PSM) program for ammonia refrigeration systems, equipment, and personnel at two poultry processing plants by ensuring compliance with PSM and Risk Management Plan (RMP) and all federal, state, and local regulations that apply to these plants.  Specific duties include:

  • Review system altering capabilities or processes prior to implementation.
  • Organize and provide PSM/HAZWOPER mandated training to all applicable associates and contractors.
  • Review and assist with the Management of Change (MOCs), Pre-Start Up Safety Reviews (PSSRs), and Process Hazard Analysis (PHA).
  • Review all refrigeration action plans for ammonia-related projects to ensure compliance and viability with the PSM program.
  • Organize and provide leadership for all 14 elements of PSM by reading and reviewing mechanical and electrical drawings, procedures and ammonia-related programs and policies.
  • Serve as the contact point for PSM audits.
  • Actively participate in all refrigeration team activities and programs and work to improve their skills by staying abreast of current technologies.
  • Manage and schedule refrigeration operator’s training to include PSM, Confined Space, HAZWOPER, and Hot Work. 
  • Issue and process all PSM related work orders.
  • Participate in local emergency planning committees in Sussex and Kent County, DE.



  • 2 year Degree preferred, High School diploma or GED equivalent will be considered
  • Minimum of 2 years of direct related experience
  • Independent decision-making
  •  Maximo maintenance knowledge
  • Individual must be able to work with minimal supervision in busy, multitasking environment.

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