A Better Future for Surplus

Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator

Company Overview


Every organization has surplus – assets or inventory no longer required. Liquidity Services (NASDAQ: LQDT) works with clients to ensure surplus is intelligently transformed from a burden into a liquid opportunity that fuels the achievement of strategic goals. Our superior service, unmatched scale, and ability to deliver results enable us to forge trusted, long-term relationships with over 10,000 clients, including Fortune 1000 and Global 500 organizations as well as government agencies. With $7 billion in completed transactions, over 3 million registered buyers, and reach into almost 200 countries and territories, we are the proven market leader in delivering smart surplus solutions.


Liquidity Services operates in an entrepreneurial, collaborative, and vibrant workplace. We’re looking for team members who enjoy working in a fast-paced, relaxed environment – a place where you'll be challenged and empowered to perform. Our core values – which include integrity, customer focus, relentless improvement, innovation to support leadership, and mutual trust and accountability – drive our individual and corporate success.


General Overview


This position will provide full time environmental health and safety support to the company field operations and will ensure that all practices are in compliance with the Liquidity Services Safety Mission of zero harm to people, zero incidents and zero damages to the environment. The position will work to create and enforce a culture of safety. The EH&S Coordinator will support the development and coordination of training programs and will work with the EH&S Manager, HR, Operations and the Learning Program Manager in support of these programs.




• Travels to and inspects the work sites and work procedures and makes environmental, health, and safety recommendations accordingly.
• Coordinates and maintains company policies adhering to local, state, and federal, and DLADS environmental, health and safety regulations.
• Develops, maintains, and updates, environmental, health, and safety policies and procedures USA and International manuals. Manages incident reporting and tracking system.
• Provides remote and on-site training to employees on environmental, health, and safety regulation, including as refresher training as needed.
• Monitors and keeps abreast of any changes to federal, state and local laws and regulations that impact the organization for all 50 states.
• Annually compiles and submits reports required by OSHA, DTSC, EPA, DOT, BLS, ISNetworld, PECSafety, Avetta and FPAL.
• Works with the Learning Program manager with the follow develops, monitors EH&S metrics, tracking trends, and make evidence-based recommendations regarding policy changes and procedure implementation.
• Work with the EH&S Manager and provides guidance and support during incident and root-cause investigation; provides hazard mitigation recommendations accordingly to prevent future occurrences.
• Maintains corporate safety files and records, internal tracking systems and updates to OSHA 300 log.
• Develops monthly safety training modules for all CAG USA and International.
• Attends and supports employee and management on Safety Programs/Meetings, including monthly meetings.
• Other duties may be assigned.




Education/ Experience:
• High School Diploma or GED required. Four-year degree in Environmental, Health and Safety or closely related field preferred.
• 2+ years of experience in Environmental Health and Safety
• Warehousing safety experience strongly preferred
• OSHA 10 hour or OSHA 30 hour certification preferred
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
• Must have strong interpersonal skills
• Must be highly organized with attention to details

• Ability to write reports, correspondence, policies and procedures.
• Ability to effectively manage time conflicts and deadlines.
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Work Conditions/ Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift/or move up to 50 pounds. Employees must have physical ability to respond in an emergency that requires safety/environmental expertise.