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Posted: March 24, 2015
Safety Specialist
Crystal Finishing Systems, Inc., Schofield, WI

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assist in development & implementation of training for new and existing employees regarding safe and proper use of equipment, including forklifts, overhead cranes, hand and power tools, scaffolding and personal fall arrest systems.
  • Maintains safety training records for all employees regarding hands on training and computer based training and notifies managers/supervisors of any updates.
  • Schedule necessary training for powered industrial equipment, overhead cranes, rigging, scissors lifts, fire extinguishers, first aid/CPR/AED, LOTO assessments, confined spaces, hazard recognition, fall protection, NFPA 70E, PPE, respiratory fit-testing, hot-work, etc.
  • Schedule and facilitate industrial hygiene activities and oversee the collection of samples and measurements of hazardous material.
  • Completes annual PPE assessments and LOTO audits company wide.
  • Maintain equipment utilized for the safety department such as sound monitoring devices, 4-gas meters, CO monitors, etc., ensuring proper certification, calibration, and training for personnel that utilizes equipment.
  • Conduct hands on training and orientation for newly hired and current necessary personnel in CS, LOTO, forklift safety, NFPA 70E.
  • Assist in facilitation of safety functions such as safety blitz week and other safety events.
  • Schedule and maintain documentation of facility inspections including sprinkler systems, sprinkler alarm panels, fire extinguishers, fire doors, flammable storage areas
    participate in the safety committee.
  • Maintain certificates of insurance for contractors/vendors and ensure all contractors and visitors have necessary safety orientation regarding safety expectations.
  • Works with the department managers and supervisors to improve work environment and serve as an employee advocate.
  • Assist in maintaining compliance with all state and federal laws and internal company policy and procedures.
  • Presents recommendations for updates to various safety forms, documents, policies and procedures as appropriate.
  • Presents a professional image of company.
  • Maintains confidentiality of business and employee information.

Qualifications

  • knowledge of advanced safety practices and legislation normally acquired through a Bachelor’s degree in Risk Control, Occupational Safety & Health, or related field
  • Three (3) to five (5) years of experience in safety or related field
  • Extensive knowledge of computer software
  • Ability to work independently and be self directed
  • Requires excellent oral and written communication skills

How to Apply
Please send resume to: employment@crystalfinishing.com or
Mail to: Crystal Finishing Systems, Inc.; Attn: Recruitment Specialist, 4704 Bayberry Street, Schofield, WI 54476


Posted: March 23, 2015
Safety Director
Wave Communications, Sun Prairie, WI

Wave Communications is a wireless communications system installer and tower erection company, located in Sun Prairie, WI. Most of our work is performed for the cell phone industry although we do provide services for the Broadcast Industry as well.

We are looking for a Safety Director that is well versed in OSHA and Com-Train regulations regarding climbing and working at heights. This position will be responsible for all safety compliance issues both internal with our workforce and external with our customers.

How to Apply
Please send resumes to mveith@wave-com.com


Posted: March 19, 2015
Environmental, Health and Safety Team Member
Milk Specialties Global- Wautoma, WI and Boscobel, WI

 

 

The Environmental, Health & Safety Manager has the responsibility for managing the Environmental, Health & Safety programs and all Sanitation Programs both the Wautoma and Boscobel Facilities.

Duties & Responsibilities

1. Monitor and assist the facility with compliance of all applicable company environmental, safety and health standards as well as all federal, state and local regulations.

2. Develop compliance plans for air and water permits.

3. Develop and maintain company environmental, health and safety programs at the Wautoma facility.

4. Work with the highest ethical standard for legal compliance and demonstrate a true passion for employee safety.

5. Manage plant safety, health and loss prevention programs. Develop policies and procedures to ensure that occupational safety and health standards are maintained throughout the Wautoma facility. Utilize IH equipment to determine employ’s exposures to noise and air contaminants. Perform fit-testing for respirator users.

6. Maintain all required environmental, health & safety program records and legal documents.

7. Maintain all require sanitation program records and legal documents.

8. Regularly inspect plant for unsafe conditions as they relate to equipment, process, and facility.

9. Actively participate with the plant management team to develop corrective actions for identified risks. Track corrective actions to completion in accordance with the facility corrective action tracking program.

10. Professionally train, counsel and advise personnel on all identified safety risks, and establish a proactive approach to providing a safe working environment for every one at the plant.

11. Conduct new employee EHS orientations. Lead and oversee the monthly EHS training program.

12. Schedule and assist the plant with having monthly safety committee meetings.

13. In cooperation with area managers and first-line supervisors investigate all injuries, environmental releases and serious near misses.

14. Immediately report all injuries, environmental releases and serious near misses to the Plant Manager. Submit a written notification of all injuries, environmental releases, and serious near misses to the corporate EHS department using the RCI reporting program.

15. Complete a first report of injury with Workers Compensation Carrier if required for a workplace injury. Monitor return to work instructions given by health care provider and advise area managers and supervisors on appropriate return-to-work activities. Manage all site workers compensation claims.

16. Under the direction of the Corporate Director of EHS, participate in special assignments as they relate to corporate EHS audits, new facility pre-startup safety reviews, and EHS training programs.

17. Actively participate in all safety activities taking place at the facility including safety observations, inspections, training, audits, and incident investigations.

18. Take personal responsibility to engage in food safety practices to prevent hazards that cause foodborne illness or injury.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Occupational Safety or Health, Environmental Sciences, or related field.
  • 2-5 years’ experience in a manufacturing setting managing environmental, health and safety programs.
  • Working knowledge of WI state and federal environmental regulations.
  • Strong Knowledge of computer software applications
  • Strong Verbal communication skills when speaking with Vendors, Insurance Carriers, Auditors and Government agencies.
  • Experience in delivering training to salaried and hourly employees
  • Certified Hazardous Materials Manager
  • RCI System Experience
  • Wastewater Experience

How to Apply
Please forward resume to recruitment@milkspecialties.com or apply directly at www.milkspecialites.com/careers


Posted: March 17, 2015
Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor
Grede, LLC – Reedsburg Division

Supervise and coordinate the plant safety, health and environmental functions in accordance with Corporate and plant directives to prevent accidents and to ensure compliance with OSHA and all related federal, state and local regulations.

Duties & Responsibilities
• Supervise the safety function to ensure a safe work environment is maintained and practices are in compliance with all Company and government issued regulations.
• Recommend corrective action where necessary.
• Maintain environmental compliance, complete environmental reporting and ensure that waste generation is within allowable limits and waste is disposed of properly.
• Conduct safety inspections and environmental testing on a regular basis.
• Record and report findings and recommend corrective action where necessary.
• Complete and submit necessary governmental reports.
• Investigate, analyze and recommend corrective action to be taken in the case of accidents or near miss situations.
• Ensure complete and timely accident reporting.
• Supervise and coordinate the first aid function and Workers’ Compensation program.
• Coordinate communications with all parties involved and maintain related records.
• Manage return to work and light duty programs to facilitate the safest and quickest possible return to work.
• Coordinate all governmental agency communications, contacts and visits regarding safety and environmental matters.
• Ensure that all personnel are provided appropriate safety training by initiating, implementing and monitoring safety training programs.
• Maintain adequate supply of safety equipment to support continuous operation of the plant.
• Maintain related inventory records as required.
• Ensure proper use of personal protective equipment to maximize protection and reduce costs.
• Oversee the implementation and maintenance of written safety and environmental policies and procedures for plant personnel.
• Coordinate periodic medical examinations of personnel in accordance with Company policy and government regulations.
• Maintain a variety of documents concerning employee benefits and health records.
• Coordinate activities of the plant safety committee to include scheduling and leading period meetings.
• Develop and maintain safety awareness and communication program.
• Prepare and recommend the safety budget and ensure compliance with the approved budget.

Qualifications
Bachelor Degree in related discipline or equivalent
Three to five years’ experience

How to Apply
Please send resume to: gredejobs@gmail.com
Deadline to apply is May 29, 2015


Posted: March 17, 2015
Technician, Environmental
Grede, LLC – Reedsburg Division

 

Duties & Responsibilities
• Exhibit superior safety practices every day evidenced by outstanding housekeeping at all times.
• Extend treatment to all other employees of the Company as individuals with the courtesy and dignity shown to customers.
• Exceed customer quality and service expectations through attention to detail.
• Exercise maximum care to protect the environment by fostering and supporting responsible operating procedures.
• Exhibit superior safety practices and behaviors
• Knowledge of environmental regulations, and how environmental equipment/practices have an impact on the environment. Reporting criteria and permitting experience.
• Ability to identify environmental opportunities and proactively develop processes to improve them.
• Good understanding of materials and recycling.
• Be able to monitor and maintain environmental collection systems. Diagnose equipment malfunctions utilizing blue prints, drawings and utilizing troubleshooting techniques
• Electrical/mechanical troubleshooting aptitude on environmental equipment (pumps, scrubbers, motors, fans, filtering systems, etc…)
• Data recording and evaluation skills using computer databases/spreadsheets
The environmental tech needs to be a hands-on troubleshooter and mechanic for all of the ways that we can impact the environment whether that is air, water, or solid waste. They need to identify issues and then use ability to read schematics and diagrams, use environmental troubleshooting techniques, and understanding of mechanical/chemical processes to identify solutions. Once solutions are identified, the ET is the project manager for completing the necessary work.

Qualifications
• Bachelor Degree in Environmental or Mechanical Engineering
• 3 to 5 years’ experience in heavy industry environmental systems

How to Apply
Please send resume to: gredejobs@gmail.com
Deadline to apply is May 29, 2015


Posted: March 17, 2015
Coordinator, Safety and Environmental
Grede, LLC – Reedsburg Division

Coordinate activities relating to the administration of the safety and environmental programs.

Duties & Responsibilities

• Exhibit superior safety practices every day evidenced by outstanding housekeeping at all times.
• Extend treatment to all other employees of the Company as individuals with the courtesy and dignity shown to customers.
• Exceed customer quality and service expectations through attention to detail.
• Exercise maximum care to protect the environment by fostering and supporting responsible operating procedures.
• Audit and update written safety and environmental programs to ensure compliance to stated objectives and regulations.
• Counsel and train employees on proper safety and environmental practices.
• Perform a variety of administrative duties, including recordkeeping and follow-up activities, in support of the safety and environmental areas of the Human Resources department.
• Conduct inspections of the workplace to identify and abate safety and environmental nonconformance to ensure compliance with governmental regulations.
• Perform research and problem solving activities.
• Monitor and recommend injury reduction and prevention programs and make recommendations for continuous safety improvement.
• Ensure adequate inventory and proper disbursement of safety and first aid equipment and supplies.
• Perform industrial hygiene testing, recordkeeping, and follow-up activities.

Qualifications
• Bachelor Degree in related field highly preferred. Associate degree in related field with related experience required.
• Internship or entry level experience highly preferred.

How to Apply
Please send resume to: gredejobs@gmail.com
Deadline to apply is May 29, 2015


Posted: March 17, 2015
Safety and Emergency Preparedness Manager
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Under general supervision, promote chemical, operational and physical hazards safety
  • Coordinate emergency response planning and Continuity of Operations Plan oversight
  • Ensure compliance with Federal, State, and University guidelines
  • For more detailed position and application information, please visit: https://jobs.uwm.edu/postings/22206

How to Apply
Apply online.
Deadline is April 17, 2015

(This position requires a criminal record review at the finalist stage. The position also requires the ability to travel using one’s own means or via institution transportation as necessary.)


Posted: March 4, 2015
Safety Manager
BelGioioso Cheese, Inc.

North America’s leading producer of award-winning specialty Italian cheeses with 11 state of the art manufacturing facilities throughout northeastern Wisconsin and New York. We are currently seeking a Safety Manager to develop, implement and administer company-wide safety programs.

Duties & Responsibilities
•Developing and maintaining ongoing company-wide safety and health program policies and procedures, including providing safety orientation and ongoing training to supervisors and employees.
•Coordinate safety committee activities at all company facilities.
•Providing programs and guidance to company leadership regarding safety programs.
•Conducting plant audits and following up on issues to improve employee safety.
•Assisting engineering to identify and control workplace hazards for the benefit of employee safety.
•Coordinating accident and injury investigations and the Return to Work program, including assisting with the administration of workers’ compensation claims.
•Collaborating with the workers’ compensation claim carrier and safety consultants on loss prevention services.
•Serving as a liaison with local, state and federal environmental and safety regulatory agencies.

Qualifications
•Bachelor’s degree in safety management or equivalent
•Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment
•Preference will be given to candidates with dairy industry experience
•Successful candidates must be self-motivated and have a passion for continuous improvement

How to Apply
Please apply online at www.belgioioso.com


Posted: February 28, 2015
Site Contract Administrator
Industrial Biosciences, Beloit, WI

Industrial Biosciences is looking for a talented individual to join our Beloit, WI team in the position of Contract Administrator. As a Contract Administrator you are responsible for managing our DuPont Contract Administration program and ensuring the policies and procedures are followed for the activity of contracted work. Works with specific contractors on setting goals and objectives and well as performance around safety, quality, schedule, cost and productivity.

Our site is one of Beloit’s premier employers and is recognized as a leading area manufacturer. We have a unique culture with a work hard, play hard philosophy. As a Contract Administrator at our Beloit location, you will report to the SHE Manager and be part of a team responsible for Safety, Health and Environmental support for the facility. At our Beloit site you will enjoy a fun, relaxed environment that allows you to work to your full potential!

Duties & Responsibilities
• Alignment with the site contracting strategy or Capital Procurement Process
• Development and maintenance of site contract administration procedures and processes
• Adherence to DuPont Core Values throughout contracting process
• Avoidance of and training for others on co-management issues
• Implementation of the six step process for contractor safety
• Contractor prequalification process including variance process
• Bid package development including site conditions and scope development
• Managing the bid cycle and contract award process with Sourcing
• Providing and documenting contractor safety orientation with the SHE professional
• Auditing contractor training including home office audits
• Coordination of work in the field including safety audits, JSA audits, and the work permit process
• Conducting post job evaluations
• Works with sites contracted services suppliers on performance objectives and needed improvements regarding safety, quality, schedule, cost and productivity
• Verifying receipt of services including working with accounts payable to resolve invoice issues
• Assisting with injury management and incident investigations
• Manages the interface between the contractors, legal, sourcing, SHE, accounts payable, tax, the project process and any other party
• Maintains metrics for specific contracts and/or projects
• Model appropriate behavior and hold people accountable for: Safety Health Environment/Project Safety Management and Ethics and Respect for People Core Values.

Qualifications

• BS in Business, Safety or Health or related technical field
• 5 years experience in all aspects of plant operations, SHE managing processes, with understanding of contracting, financial controls, construction, maintenance, temporary staffing, and CA requirements.
• Field Contract Administration or Construction Engineer experience is a plus
• Organizational and project execution skills, ability to handle multiple assignments, setting & communicating priorities and meet deadlines.
• Ability to lead and uphold core values (Respect for People, SHE, Ethics, Environmental Stewardship)
• Self-starter with systematic decisions making, problem solving and troubleshooting skills.
• Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills with the ability present information to all levels of the organization
• Six sigma, 5S, Lean and DPS capable
• Demonstrated ability to work with computers, including Microsoft Office Suite & purchasing systems such as SAP

How to Apply
Please apply online


 

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