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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.


Posted: February 19, 2015
Safety, Health, & Environmental Specialist
Phillips Plastics Corporation, Eau Claire

Duties & Responsibilities

• Oversees the safety function for the assigned facility and partners with onsite management and other resources to ensure local program ownership and accountability. Support, implement and maintain the Environmental Management System (EMS) with formal corrective actions to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations as well as Phillips Plastics Corporation policies and procedures
• Implementation of corporate safety and environmental, or equivalent site-specific programs and required written documentation to support these programs
• Complete environmental permits, reports, forms and surveys as required by regulation and/or Phillips Plastics Corporation policy and procedures, and submit them on a timely basis and in a professional manner
• Assist in the development of various programs, policies, procedures and associated training materials
• Assures the appropriate, effective, and timely distribution of all required safety and environmental training programs for the facility and may include performance of training
• Assures compliance with various governmental record-keeping requirements, as well as, Phillips Plastics Corporation metrics, and effectively communicates results to corporate safety and environmental management in addition to Plant Management as needed
• Serve as the sites’ primary interface with government agencies for the purpose of understanding the regulations and to ensure compliance
• Assures coordinated case management for all work related injuries/illnesses through the implementation of Return-to-Work Program and communicate results to plant leadership
• Serves as technical expert with oversight responsibility to ensure the implementation and documentation of sound principles of Industrial Hygiene
• Assist Occupational Nurse with coordinating activities with insurance carriers regarding loss control
• Assists in the progression of facilities toward various benchmarking programs such as the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP), International Standards Organization (ISO 14001, 18001) etc.
• Coordinate the use of and manage the activities of various safety and environmental consultants and outside contractors as requisitioned by Facility Management
• Works closely in a team environment with the facility operations and leadership team to achieve overall environmental, safety operational and business objectives
• Conduct safety, health & environmental compliance self audits, support external audits and hold an annual review of the safety, health & environmental management system with the management team
• Assist with the development, implementation and tracking of specified corrective actions
• Ensure thorough familiarity with policies and procedures relating to standards of business conduct and understand the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies
• Perform tasks in accordance with all Federal, State, and Local regulations and Phillips Plastics Corporation Quality, Environmental, and Safety policies and procedures
• Provide leadership for the plant Safety Committee and various task teams. Assist in the development of various mission/goals and maintain all related documentation for the committees
• Develop, implement, follow-up and follow-through on various professional plans, programs, policies, SOP’s, training materials and presentations
• Provide community leadership in the fields of safety, health & environmental activities
• Provide leadership and direction to establish and sustain a positive company safety, health & environmental culture both on and off the job
• Coordinate and facilitate incident investigations
• Know and understand the impact of this position on the workplace environment and to take all necessary actions to reduce or eliminate negative impacts
• Some programs may have vision requirements
• Other duties as assigned
• Safety/Environmental:
• Where applicable, individual is pre-planning safety into work activities to improve performance
• Proactively identifies safety concerns
• Complies with Environmental Management System program SOP’s/WI, Policy & Program elements and encourages responsible use of resources
• Actively participate in continual improvement/innovation, corrective action and internal/external customer satisfaction
• Completion of one of the following:
– Submission of a continuous improvement idea
– Active participation in a Phillips-Medisize sponsored committee or event
• Examples include a – Rapid Improvement Event, a 5S/Lean event, Safety Committee, Wellness Committee, Recycling Committee, Activity Committee, or other Phillips-Medisize sponsored community outreach project/event (United Way, Junior Achievement, etc.)

Qualifications

• B.S. or B.A. degree or the equivalent in fields of safety, health or environmental sciences
• Five (5) years related experience in the field of safety, health or environment with manufacturing.
• Associated Safety Professional or Certified Safety Profession
• Ability to demonstrate effective leadership, organize, solve problems and educate others
• Ability to utilize appropriate judgment and discretion as they relate to responsibilities.
• Ability to plan and organize work to effectively perform assigned tasks in a timely manner
• Ability to engage in cooperative and responsible behavior, which affects the operation of the facility and the company in positive manner

How to apply

Apply online


Posted: February 13, 2015
Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
Kestrel Management LLC, Madison, WI; Chicago, IL (Lisle); Austin, TX; or Houston, TX

In this role you will provide safety consulting expertise to a variety of heavy industrial clients in sectors such as gas and electric utilities, chem/oil/gas, transportation, pulp and paper,
foods and manufacturing. Job includes travel to client locations for safety assessments, assistance with major incident investigations, compliance audits, development and
implementation of safety management systems, human factors analysis, on-site senior-level compliance support at client facilities, preparation of technical proposals and participation in business development with existing and new clients, as well as other tasks as assigned. Certified Safety Professional with good IT skills and willingness to use new technology/tools. Process Safety Management expertise is a plus.

Duties & Responsibilities

. Manage multiple projects and ensure quality standards on project deliverables
. Provide on-site senior-level compliance support at client facilities
. Perform safety compliance audits and assist with follow-up corrective action at clients’ facilities
. Develop, manage, and implement safety management systems and programs for clients
. Develop and expand client relationships
. Prepare technical proposals

Qualifications

. Bachelors or Masters Degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, Safety, Business Administration or related discipline.
. 10-15 years of safety compliance and/or safety auditing experience
. Expertise in safety management systems
. Ability to market and sell safety compliance services to key clients
. CSP certification
. Process Safety Management experience is a plus
. Excellent communication, interpersonal and analytical skills; experience writing comprehensive technical reports
. Ability to multi-task, maintain flexibility, travel and work independently with minimal supervision
. Some travel is required

How to apply
Contact Chris Tarpey, 608.663.7342 or 608.515.4325 or email at ctarpey@kestrelmanagement.com


Posted: February 13, 2015
EHS Compliance Senior Consultant/Auditor
Kestrel Management LLC, Madison, WI; Chicago, IL (Lisle); Austin, TX

You will perform EHS Compliance audits, develop and implement environmental and safety management systems, provide on-site senior-level compliance support at client facilities, prepare technical proposals and lead business development with existing and new clients, as well as other asks as assigned. Certification such as Safety Auditor or Safety Professional, Environmental Auditor or Professional, CHMM, or similar with good IT skills and willingness to use new technology/tools.

Duties & Responsibilities

. Manage multiple projects and ensure quality standards on project deliverables
. Provide on-site senior-level compliance support at client facilities
. Perform EHS compliance audits and assist with follow-up corrective action at facilities
. Develop, manage, and implement environmental management systems and programs for clients
. Develop and expand client relationships
. Prepare technical proposals

Qualifications

. Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, Safety, Business Administration or related discipline.
. 10-15 years of EHS compliance and/or EHS auditing experience
. Expertise in EHS management systems
. Ability to market and sell EHS Compliance services to key clients
. Process Safety Management experience is a plus
. Excellent communication, interpersonal and analytical skills; experience writing comprehensive technical reports
. Ability to multi-task, maintain flexibility, travel and work independently with minimal supervision; some travel is required

How to Apply
Contact Chris Tarpey, 608.663.7342 or 608.515.4325 or email at ctarpey@kestrelmanagement.com


Posted: January 23, 2015
Safety Supervisor
Appleton Coated, LLC, Locks Mills, WI

Coordinates the development, implementation, and administration of mill safety programs designed to prevent injuries and to assure compliance with all local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Acts as an advisor to Management and a consultant to the line organization.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develops and implements safety processes to meet injury reduction goals
  • Acts as the resource person for employees on all aspects of Health and Safety
  • Develops, implements, and audits procedures for compliance with Federal and State mandated rules and regulations
  • Develops policies to effectively handle disasters like tornados, fires, spills, and explosions
  • Assists in the investigation of injuries and near accidents, recommends corrective actions if needed, and tracks follow-up items until completion
  • Analyze past accident experience, determines problem areas, and recommends a course of action
  • Directs the security activities of the mill
  • Coordinates the activities of the mill Emergency Response Team
  • Develops and presents safety related training to support overall training needs for the mill
  • Performs other tasks as assigned by manager
  • Excellent attendance and punctuality in daily activities and long-term projects

Qualifications

  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The requirements listed below are representative of knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
  • 1-3 years of safety experience. Degree in safety or related field preferred.
  • Must have a good command of the English language, both written and spoken.
  • Ability and interest to obtain ASP highly preferred

How to Apply
Contact: Katie Kwas, HR
920-687-3209
email: kkwas@appletoncoated.com


Posted: January 21, 2015
Safety Manager
The Kraemer Company, Plain, WI

Duties & Responsibilities

The Kraemer Company offers an excellent opportunity for an experienced Safety Manager to oversee all safety functions in aggregate production and highway construction environment, including

  • Job-site safety
  • Noise and dust sampling
  • Haz-com program
  • Risk management
  • Accident prevention and documentation
  • Safety training and evaluation
  • MSHA, OSHA and DOT compliance

Qualifications

  • Requires Bachelor’s degree in Safety/Risk Management/Industrial Hygiene with a minimum of five years experience knowledge of environmental regulations
  • Travel throughout Wisconsin
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
  • Certified Mine Safety Professional (CMSP) designation and familiarity with portable surface mining operations preferred

How to Apply
Mail, fax, or email application/resume, along with salary requirements, to: The Kraemer Company, PO Box 235, Plain, WI 53577, Attn: HR
Fax: 608-546-2266
Email: julieh@tkcllc.com
Or apply online at www.tkcllc.com


Posted: January 14, 2015
Environmental, Health & Safety Coordinator
Weir Minerals, Madison, WI

Duties & Responsibilities
• Advise employees and management on minimizing and eliminating workplace risks. Establish, prepare, implement, revise, and maintain policies and procedures to meet current and known future environmental, safety and health requirements.
• Create, implement, and continually update safety training. Develop and maintain resource information. Provide regular safety training to employees in partnership with team leaders and managers on all shifts.
• Update all safety manuals, orientation programs, and safety guidelines. Conduct new employee safety orientations. Prepare and distribute all safety communications.
• Conduct job safety analyses and risk assessments to develop safe work procedures on all shifts. Compile data to assess existing processes and practices; determine severity and frequency of problems; identify needs and solutions. Design and implement special programs to correct adverse safety performance trends.
• Identify critical safety awareness aspects for each work area and establish a program to train employees who are coming into these areas from other departments to assist with the workload.
• Maintain the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) and OHSAS 1801 Health and Safety requirements. Plan a continual environmental audit schedule to maintain all company property in a safe and healthy condition, to achieve the best working conditions possible for all employees.
• Interpret state and federal regulations and standards, following company policies and safety procedures.
• Coordinate the administration of workers compensation program, including communication with providers and insurance carriers
• Transport injured employees to and from clinic/hospital when medical treatment is necessary. Work with doctors to get employees back to work the same day or as soon as possible after the incident.
• Investigate accidents. Review and analyze accident and incident reports to determine root causes. Report solutions for accident prevention.
• Maintain Hazard Communication policy and procedures, including administration of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
• May plan and conduct facility audits and recommend actions for the correction of hazardous situations. Conduct operational audits of required safety related documentation to ensure compliance. Prepare audit result reports and follow up on remediation required.
• Prepare weekly, monthly, and annual required reports for environmental, safety and health.
• Assist in the monthly Safety Committee meetings.
• Maintain databases and reporting systems for safety training, near-miss records, and other related policies and procedures.
• Ensure compliance of local, state, and federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations. Keep abreast of changes in workers compensation statutes and case law; federal, state and industry occupational standards and codes; and their effect on prevention programs.
• Complete special projects as assigned.
• Some travel required.
• Comply with all Human Resources Department and Company policies, procedures, and programs.
• Follow and comply with all safety and work rules and regulations. Maintain departmental housekeeping standards.
• Promote and maintain a flexible, cooperative, team oriented, and customer focused attitude within and between departments.
• Nothing in this position description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in safety, or equivalent work experience. Minimum of three to five years related experience and/or training.

How to Apply
Please send resume to weirjobs@weirminerals.com


Posted: January 5, 2015
Safety Director
H&H Group Holdings

H&H Group Holdings includes construction companies: electric and solar. Safety is a priority for our company and this position reports directly to the President.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Growing and Facilitating the Company Safety Culture
  • Job Site Auditing
  • Safety Policy Development and Implementation
  • Safety Training
  • Incident Follow-Up
  • New Employee Orientations
  • Regulatory Agency Relations
  • Company Representation on various Industry Safety Committees
  • Worker’s Compensation Claim Management
  • Special Projects, as deemed necessary by Upper Management

Qualifications
The person in this position must work independently and have past Safety Professional training and skills.
Must be able to maintain compliance with OSHA, Company, and customer-specific safety requirements.

How to Apply
Email resumes to hr@hhgroupholdings.com or stop in for an application at 3201 Latham Drive, Madison, WI 53713. No phone calls please.


Posted: January 5, 2015
SR Global Safety Director

I am looking for a SR Global Safety Director for a global shipping firm. This position is critical and highly visible within the organization. Join a fast-paced and growing organization that embraces continuous improvement in everything they do. Are you a proven leader in safety? Do you thrive in implementing global safety directives? Are you looking for the next step up in your career? If so, I have the perfect opportunity for you!

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develop, implement and manage the safety program, policies and procedures
  • Lead and direct department staff to successfully execute all safety initiatives
  • Ensure continual safety improvements and set annual objectives and targets. Monitor results and audit progress
  • Recommend policies and procedures to reduce safety risks and occupational health issues
  • Work with Human Resources to ensure proper execution of workers’ compensation programs
  • Ensure safety program meets legal requirements

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in occupational safety or related field
  • 6+ years developing, implementing and/or managing a safety program in a warehouse or distribution environment
  • Effective leader and strong negotiator with safety professionals, regulatory and/or industry organizations
  • OSHA experience on a state or federal level preferred
  • Workers’ compensation experience a plus
  • Detail oriented with advanced analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Organized with excellent time-management skills
  • Available for domestic and international travel to branches and vendors as needed

How to Apply
Contact Lisa Halstead at lhalstead@kforce.com or 414.454.2011


 

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