Industrial Equipment Safety Engineer
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An excellent career opportunity is currently available for an Engineer – Machine Safety Systems on the Safety and Productivity Solutions (SPS) Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Team. The Machine Safety System Engineer will provide global leadership for driving machine safety excellence for SPS, focused on implementation of effective operating mechanisms that assure regulatory compliance and management of machine safety risk across the SPS portfolio.
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Developing owning, and leading the implementation of machine safety programs and practices consistent with national and global regulatory standards and Honeywell Corporate procedures and processes.
Leading and providing expert hands-on technical involvement on issues, programs, and processes involving compliance with machine safety standards and policies and interpretation of local and national and global requirements and regulation
Reviewing, interpreting, and communicating new Honeywell Corporate and governmental requirements regarding machine safety systems
Co-leading and driving machine safety system improvement plan across all businesses within SPS
Managing consultant and other machine safety system services used for needs that occur across the business (assessments, design, validations, etc..)
Leading or participating in significant machine safety system related incident investigations and root cause analyses
Assisting in resolving potential machine safety system non-compliance and enforcement actions, and claims, disputes, and litigation regarding machine safety system matters
Training new manufacturing engineers on machine safety systems/processes
Coordinating with NRTL recognized Field Evaluation Bodies and machine suppliers for new capital installations as needed
Evaluate safety function components (field inputs, final elements, and controllers/logic solvers) to drive optimization and standardization across SPS
YOU MUST HAVE
High School Diploma
5 years progressive experience in leading & managing machine safety systems programs and activities
Advanced degree in engineering and/or professional machine safety system certifications
Excellent knowledge of US and global machine safety system regulations (ANSI, ISO, EMD, etc.)
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Familiarity with ISO 13949-1 Safety of Machinery- safety related parts of Control Systems
Familiarity with Safety devices and components such as Light curtains, Lidar safety scanners, Door Interlocks, Lock out tag out hardware
Strong understanding of hydraulic and pneumatic components and controls (stack valves, valve blocks, check valves, and pressure monitoring)
Understanding of sound engineering principles including ergonomics and noise control
Exposure to robotics and automated manufacturing within high volume manufacturing
Exposure to both industrial and collaborative robots