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EHS Manager

Kinder Morgan Fairless Hills, PA

This role will be that of an EHS Manager assigned to maintaining and managing day-to-day health, safety, emergency response, environmental…

30 days ago

Regional Manager - EHS Gulf

Kinder Morgan Galena Park, TX

include but are not limited to the following: - EHS management, oversight, and strategic plan development; - EHS budget; reports; communica…

19 days ago

EHS Specialist

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners Houston, TX

• Promote the Company's EHS philosophy and culture. • Assist the project management tea… Glassdoor

19 days ago

EHS Specialist/Senior Specialist

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners Trinity, AL

This position is responsible for providing in-plant support for the EHS department to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, local… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. EHS Specialist

Kinder Morgan Grand Rivers, KY

• Assist bulk Terminals with implementation and compliance with safety and environmental programs, procedures, and reports, associated with federal… Glassdoor

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Kinder Morgan Chairman and CEO Rich Kinder
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    A Family Affair

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX

    I worked at Kinder Morgan full-time for more than 3 years


    Rich Kinder is obviously a solid business man. He is strategic with assets and the company continues to grow. Job security seems high as the workload is intense.


    Recent management has been allowed to fill the company with friends and family. Under the old management, things seem to run with relative integrity. Now, positions are filled with unqualified candidates and directors are pressured to hire the "recommended" applicants. Unfortunately some have taken it too far and even gone so far as to hire a former basketball coach as a Safety Consultant. These decisions have an effect on the morale of the people on the team who do value safety and all that KM claims to hold valuable. It was disheartening to watch the steady and then rather rapid decline in the integrity of upper management.

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    Think about the integrity of the company when making hiring decisions. Allow people to earn their time and experience by putting them in roles they are qualified for. Actions speak louder than words...always...

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