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Posted: September 23, 2017
EHS Manager
Rice Lake Weighing Systems, Rice Lake

For 70 years Rice Lake Weighing Systems has been a successful, growth-oriented company known as a leader in the weighing industry and our community. Located in scenic northwestern Wisconsin just 90 miles from Minneapolis, RLWS offers big city careers in a small town atmosphere. We have an incredible opportunity for an EHS Manager to help create world-class environmental, health, safety and security programs.
The EHS Manager is responsible for determining, planning, coordinating, scheduling and directing environmental, Health and Safety activities for 650+ employees in six locations. The selected person will partner with key internal and external constituents to deliver effective EHS programs and systems to protect human health and the environment. They will participate on the RLWS Leadership Team, lead the Safety Committee, develop and deliver effective training, manage contractor and vendor relationships, ensure regulatory compliance and be the driving force for continuous improvement in EHS.

Duties & Responsibilities

•Assist in planning, directing, and coordinating EHS compliance activities through cross-functional teams.
•Develop and implement organization-wide and location specific EHS policies, procedures and programs to achieve and maintain compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
•Prepares required air, water, and land disposal applications for operational permits from the federal, state, and local authorities. Insures appropriate air, water, and land disposal permits are complied with and current.
•Manage the OSHA employee and community Right-to-Know program in conjunction with Human Resources.
•Prepares required air, water, and land disposal applications for operational permits from the federal, state, and local authorities. Insures appropriate air, water, and land disposal permits are complied with and current.
•Manage ergonomic assessments, evaluations, and continuous improvement processes to reduce work/job-related trauma while keeping within production requirements.
•Designs and implements training programs required by federal and state EPA, ISO-14001, and OSHA regulations.
•Supplies analytical support to manufacturing operations, including leading process change implementation related to work/job design.
•Assist the organization in the development of manufacturing processes through the use of lean concepts.
•Manage the fire protection program for all facilities, lead and contribute to capital projects & due diligence.
•Manages WC-related injuries/illnesses, focusing on workplace safety prevention and ergonomics program, while utilizing and enhancing light-duty program; manage third-party WC administrator.
•Address unsafe acts, unsafe conditions, and hazards in your respective work area(s) and evaluate the ensuing correction(s).

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering or related field required.
  • Minimum of ten (10) years’ experience working in Environmental, Health and Safety in a manufacturing environment required.
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or other nationally recognized credentials would be desirable.
  • Excellent Leadership qualities and ability to communicate effectively (interpersonal and written) to all levels of the organization are essential.
  • Planning, project management, time management and efficient administrative skills are key competencies for the EHS Manager.

How to Apply

  • You must create a profile in the RLWS Career Center; no paper applications will be accepted.
  • If this is your first time applying using our on-line Career Center, select “Log In/Create a Profile” (above) and fill in as much information as possible.
  • If you already have a profile, you can click on the “Apply Now” button below. You can only apply once per position.
  • In addition to the requested information, please upload your resume and a cover letter with salary requirements.

If you need assistance with your application, please contact Rice Lake Weighing Systems at (800) 472-6703

Posted: September 2, 2016
Safety Manager
Visu-Sewer, Inc. – Pewaukee, WI

Visu-Sewer, Inc. is nationally recognized for its excellent corporate safety record which results from all employees at all levels, in all positions adhering to established policies and procedures. Reporting any and all safety violations to your immediate supervisor is a prerequisite for continued employment. Safety diligence by all results in a safe work environment for all.

Duties & Responsibilities
•Coordinate all aspects of the project Safety and Health program.
•Establish procedures and guidelines for the Safety Program, and keep those updated.
•Develop safety recommendations for specific operations.
•Study and provide current information on government regulations for Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA), Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and keep Management and Supervisors advised of revisions of new regulations applicable to company actives.
•Conduct safety inspections of the jobsite, public areas, adjacent thereto, take necessary and timely corrective actions to eliminate unsafe acts or conditions.
•Establish, maintain and implement a safety-training program for supervisors and employees as applicable to their specific jobs and assist in weekly safety huddle meetings and Task Hazard Analysis development.
•Collect reports required for records and evaluations of performance of Safety and Accident Prevention Programs.
•Complete and review Incident, Injury reports as required to assure timely submission and to initiate corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence.
•Conduct accident investigations and preparation of required forms for timely submission.
•Insure all employees receive medical treatment for all injuries and required drug and alcohol tests.
•Ensure that all sub-contractors employees comply with jobsite safety rules and regulations.
•Conduct training to ensure compliance with the all Federal, State, and Local regulations along with company safety policies.
•Coordinate insurance visits.
•Maintain safety records, OSHA 300, and coordinate with human resources.

•Minimum of 3-5 years of construction safety management experience.
•Bachelor degree in occupational safety and health.
•OSHA 500 construction.
•Bilingual is a plus but not required.

How to Apply
Interested candidates should submit resume to:
Visu-Sewer, Inc.
W230 N4855 Betker Drive
Pewaukee, WI 53072
Phone: 262-695-2340
Fax: 262-695-2359

Posted: August 5, 2016
Loss Prevention Representative
West Bend Mutual Insurance, North Eastern  WI

West Bend Mutual Insurance Company currently has an immediate opening for a Loss Prevention Representative serving the North Eastern portion of the state (from Wausau/Stevens Point to Green Bay/Door County. It is preferred that the ideal candidate reside in the Green Bay/Fox Valley area.

Duties & Responsibilities
Primary responsibilities include surveying of commercial risks for underwriting staff and risk improvement services for commercial risks. The position will be a home based position.


  • Bachelor’s degree in safety and health, risk management or equivalent with 3-5 years of insurance experience preferred.
  • At least 3-5 years’ experience in a Loss Prevention role (outside of a retail setting) conducting physical surveys, investigating risk exposures/accidents, analyzing risk experience and making recommendations to assist insureds in maintaining their loss control programs.
  • The ability to work in the field with limited managerial direction but also able to work effectively with underwriters to determine risk and acceptability.
  • An aptitude for finding the “silver lining” in complex and sensitive situations.
  • The willingness to gain additional knowledge and experience.

How to Apply
Interested candidates can go to our website at for a complete job description and application to submit expressing interest.


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