Subsidium has an opportunity for two bioenvironmental journeymen to join our team at Whiteman AFB, MO. This will be a one year project.
The goals of this project are:
• Plan, and implement bioenvironmental engineering activities, for garrison activities and in support of deploying/returning personnel, to meet the requirements of Air Force and government requirements.
• Maintain industrial hygiene and environmental monitoring programs in
accordance with Air Force standards.
• Conducts surveys to identify chemical, biological and radiological
contaminants to protect military and civilian personnel and the public.
• Maintain the occupational health program to meet the requirements of
Air Force, OSHA, and other government requirements.
BIOENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING TASKS:
The contractor shall conduct the following tasks necessary to achieve the stated objectives of this project. Deliverables from these tasks will consist of technical reports/memos, with the completion of Air Force forms, input of data into the appropriate databases, and updating of case files. Analyzes and interprets data from various sources. A minimum of three years of experience in the field or a related area is desirable. Must be familiar with Bioenvironmental Engineering concepts, practices, and procedures. May direct or lead the work of others. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.
Initiate, organize, and conduct industrial hygiene programs:
Industrial Hygiene Evaluations:
• Perform industrial hygiene survey studies to determine workplace monitoring requirements and control of industrial hazards
• Work with BEE in conducting detailed engineering assessments at Whiteman AFB facilities by collecting industrial hygiene data on chemical exposures, noise, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation hazards, ventilation, air quality and thermal stress to assess the degree of hazard and determine controls.
• Input the data into the ESOH-MIS database ensuring all shop-process-controls-hazards are included for all Category 1, 2 and 3 workplaces.
• Build on previous efforts including the developed Occupational Health Templates, the ESOH-MIS transition tool, and local ESOH databases (DOEHRS and AF-EMIS).
• Knowledgeable in the usage of all BE equipment
• Prepare a technical report for each evaluation conducted when directed by the Bioenvironmental Engineer or his designee.
Program Management, Administration, Radiation Protection Program:
• Assist in performing radiological health functions by developing or maintaining an inventory of all radiation sources, both ionizing and non-ionizing on the installation.
• Survey facilities, equipment, material and operations for ionizing and non-ionizing radiation hazards and monitor radioactive shipments to ensure compliance with current radiation licensing, health and permit standards.
• May be required to assist in the investigation of suspected over exposures and assist base activities in implementing the radiation protection program and correcting program deficiencies.
Monitor Environmental Protection and Respiratory Protection Program
Monitoring and Evaluations:
• Assist the BEE staff in monitoring environmental conditions on the installation. This includes evaluating drinking water quality for the installation water supplies as well as bathing areas such as swimming pools.
• Assist in conducting water pollution surveillance and sampling. This monitoring shall include evaluation of facilities, equipment, and sanitary practices to assess compliance with public health standards.
• Provide training and fit-testing on respiratory protection devices to include gas mask fit-testing for both peacetime and wartime scenarios.
• Use qualitative and quantitative procedures to provide fit-testing to installation personnel.
• Input data from training performed into a database to track training certification and status.
Maintains Occupational Health Program
Occupational Health Programs:
• May be required to participate in BEE occupational health programs to include providing survey data, technical advice, and individualized instruction.
• Present technical data from assessments performed and provide input to recommendations for the Occupational Health Working Group (OHWG).
• Responsibilities include investigation of workplace hazards in order to determine protective measures for the fetal protection program.
• Provide technical data and completed AF forms/case file documentation on AF Forms for inclusion into the bioenvironmental Engineering case files.
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