EHS Manager​(30-50万/年)


Work location:Omuta,Japan 



​1 Ensure Environment, health and safety compliance with Japan regulatory requirements and 

Dystar global/regional requirements. 

2 Ensure HSE training plan in place and ensure its implementation. 

3 Lead risk assessment (HAZOP/JHA) for entire DSJ site and take actions to mitigate the risks. 

4 Document performed work, all check sheets completed in timely manner and track the action 

to ensure timely closing. 

5 Facilitate the HSE programs (e.g. 0 accident, 5S, Healthcare, HIYARIHATTO, HSE patrol, tool 

box meeting) in DSJ and carry-out routine HSE meeting with documentation 

6 Keep all incidents investigated, Root Cause analysed and the action tracked. 

7 Get prepared for the emergency response and crisis management 

8 Setup the Process Safety Management system in DSJ site and take the actions to mitigate the process safety risks. 

9 Monitor the environmental/health aspects to make sure the environmental and health facilities are in good condition. 

10 Communication and report to external / local authorities / associations like city fire department, labour office, labour standard association, inspection companies etc. 

11 Continuously improve the HSE Standard Operation Procedures and HSE management 


12 Well motivate and develop the people in DSJ, e.g. HSE specialist and HSE coordinators. 




​1 Minimum of 10 years’ experience in HSE manager area within a large chemical manufacturing 

site, in which at least 5 years of team management experience 

2 Knowledge about Japanese national and local laws and regulations 

3 University degree or equivalent diploma in HSE or Chemical engineering 

4 Fluent in Japanese, English communication both verbal and written is preffered 

5 Proven leadership and teamwork skills with demonstrated abilities to both work collaboratively and to influence those with whom no formal hierarchical relationship exists. 

6 Strong ownership and performance driven, high integrity and transparency 

7 Stu Highly developed interpersonal communications skills