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Tri-County Industries Jobs and Careers
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Looking to advance your career? Tri-County Industries, Inc. offers a variety of in-office and on-road positions. We provide our employees with the tools and support they need to do their best work each and every day.

General Information:

Tri-County Industries
159 TCI Park Drive
Grove City, PA 16127

How to Apply:

1. Download the appropriate application PDF.
2. Complete the form with your information.
3. Turn in your application in one of the following ways.

 In Person
Complete an application in person Monday through Friday 9:00AM — 4:00PM.
 By Email
Complete the application form and email it to
 By Fax
Fax your resume and cover letter to (724) 748-3988.
 By Mail
Mail completed application to
Tri-County Industries
159 TCI Park Drive
Grove City, PA 16127

Tri-County Industries, Inc. offers employees the following types of benefits:
1. Full time employment plus potential overtime. Employees are paid at an hourly rate plus time and one-half for overtime hours worked.
2. Work weeks can vary from 5-8 hour days to 4-10 hour days for the  employee’s regular schedule.
3. Health, Eye, Dental, Life, AD&D and short-term disability benefits after waiting period.
4. Eligible for company-provided uniforms after waiting period, if applicable.
5. Eligible for paid time off (PTO) after waiting period.
6. Eligible to participate in 401(k) and receive company contributions after waiting period.

All potential employees must successfully pass a pre-employment drug test and physical if applicable prior to beginning employment and are subject to ongoing random and other drug testing as required through our policy.

Job Opening Details

E.H.S. Specialist
Mars, PA
Vogel Holding, Inc. is seeking an E.H.S. Specialist to perform a wide variety of environmental, health, and safety functions within the organization. The E.H.S. Specialist also promotes understanding and compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local regulatory mandates.


- Train and orient new hire employees; provide routine training for employees in accordance with regulations and approved plans; and develop and customize training materials.

- Implement environmental and safety programs; and enforce E.H.S. policies and regulations.

- Facilitate Site Safety Committee Meetings.

- Ensure compliance with the new standards under OSHA’s Globally Harmonized System for Hazard Communication and meet any established deadlines for implementation.

- Suggest resources and solutions to execute E.H.S. issues’ improvements.

- Compile data and assist in the preparation of reports for submission to various regulatory agencies.

- Enter data and upload files into the Safety Management System (SMS) and the Environmental Management System (EMS). Demonstrate the ability to perform this task with precision.

- Engage in incident investigations; and compile and submit Safety Manager Reports in a timely manner and in accordance with Company standards.

- Conduct routine facility inspections and driver audits; document and maintain these records; analyze data for trends; and prepare reports.

- Gather, organize, and prepare environmental samples for testing according to prescribed standards; organize and record data and prepare summaries and charts for review and analysis.

- Maintain accurate notes, records, photographs, and sketches to describe and certify work performed and provide evidence for legal action.

- Perform similar work as required.


- Bachelors Degree in Environmental or Safety Management, or related field; and minimum 2 years experience.

- Possession of a valid PA Driver’s License and ability to legally operate a motor vehicle.

- Knowledge of DOT, OSHA, and DEP regulations.

- Employee will be asked to provide their own safety shoes.


- Ability to conduct visual inspection of facilities and negotiate uneven and rough terrain in varying weather conditions.

- Ability to provide information verbally, non-verbally, and in writing using language style, organization, and format appropriate to the subject matter, purpose, and audience; read English at a level necessary to examine, interpret, and apply legal, technical, and complex environmental guidelines, documents, records, and reports; speak English at a level necessary to communicate clearly and effectively; and write English at a level necessary to produce concise, accurate, and impartial reports, narratives, summaries, and recommendations.
Environmental, Health, Safety, OSHA, DOT, DEP
Vogel Holding, Inc.
Mars, PA

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