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US Chemical Safety Board Investigation Team Positions
Do you want to work for a Federal Agency that is a recognized leader in the field of chemical safety?
If you want the opportunity to make a difference in improving the safety of workers, communities and the environment by investigating chemical accidents, then apply for our Chemical Incident Investigator positions to join our team in Washington, DC.
In addition to an outstanding federal government benefits package – the CSB (www.csb.gov) offers cutting edge work and competitive salaries.
If you interested in applying for a CSB Chemical Incident Investigator position, please visit one of the following links:
To qualify, you should have experience in one or more of the following areas:
- Chemical Engineering - Chemical Process Safety - Industrial Hygiene - Safety Engineer - Chemical Accident Investigation - Petroleum - Chemistry - Human Factors - Occupational health/safety - Mechanical Engineering
About U.S. Chemical Safety Board
The U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) is an independent federal agency charged with investigating industrial chemical accidents, headquartered in Washington, DC.
CSB Mission: "Drive chemical safety change through independent investigation to protect people and the environment."
CSB Vision: "A nation safe from chemical disasters."
The CSB conducts root cause investigations of chemical accidents at fixed industrial facilities. Root causes are usually deficiencies in safety management systems, but can be any factor that would have prevented the accident if that factor had not occurred. Other accident causes often involve equipment failures, human errors, unforeseen chemical reactions or other hazards. The agency does not issue fines or citations, but does make recommendations to plants, regulatory agencies such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), industry organizations, and labor groups. Congress designed the CSB to be non-regulatory and independent of other agencies so that its investigations might, where appropriate, review the effectiveness of regulations and regulatory enforcement.