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Posted: March 17, 2017
Safety Project Manager
Gundersen Health Systems, La Crosse


Are you a highly motivated and organized individual? Would you enjoy taking lead in planning, designing and directing safety programs? Have you ever been a part of process improvements while collaborating with other individuals? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then we want YOU!

Gundersen Health System delivers cutting-edge medicine to people in the Tri-State Region. We also believe that medicine is about people and that’s why our outcomes are among the nation’s best; making this a place you’d be proud to work.

Duties & Responsibilities

The Safety Project Manager will be responsible for budgeting, planning, designing and monitoring safety programs for Gundersen Health System. They will be responsible for ensuring Gundersen Health System meets the appropriate regulatory and safety standards. The Safety Project Manager will also be tasked with collaborating with multiple departments along with providing training and education for all levels within the organization.


  • Required: Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety or Engineering or Chemistry or Environmental Sciences or a related field or
  • Required: 3-4 years of related experience in interpretation and application of safety codes and regulations
  • Required: Valid Driver’s License (DL)
  • Desired: Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Certification in Project Management Six Sigma Certification
  • Candidates with 1 year of experience in a health care industry and experience in construction and design management a plus!

How to Apply
Interested individuals should visit our website and fill out an online application at

Posted: March 14, 2017
Safety Manager
Masonite Corporation, Marshfield, WI

The Safety Manager will partner with the plant leadership team in order to reach the organization’s most important goal of keeping employees safe. The Safety Manager will also be responsible for guiding the team to ensure compliance with Health and Safety regulatory requirements and Masonite corporate EHS policies and guidelines. The Safety Manager will establish and maintain an effective system of communication within the organization, developing effective working relationships with the safety committee, department managers, plant manager, and employees. This position has a direct reporting relationship to the Plant Manager, with a dotted line to Corporate EH&S. The Safety Manager must develop a strong cooperative relationship with the Plant leadership team.

Duties & Responsibilities
• Execute Masonite’s safety programs
• Identify, scope, and facilitate execution of safety improvement projects
• Schedule and implement safety training for all employees
• Focus on injury and worker’s compensation cost reduction
• Design and direct a program to achieve world-class safety performance
• Ensure compliance with governmental and company Environmental, Health and safety regulations and policies
• Evaluate, assess and alter safety procedures and policies for the benefit of employees
• Lead injury and incident investigations and root cause analysis

• BS/BA in a related field – Safety Engineering, Occupational Safety/Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Health, Engineering, Management
• Five years related experience in a manufacturing environment, or proven experience deemed to be equivalent
• Must possess strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and delegate
• Must possess effective written & verbal communication skills
• Must possess strong working knowledge of Microsoft software
• Working knowledge of worker compensation, Federal, State & Local Environmental Regulations, OSHA, NFPA, NEC, ACGIH
• Experience with Lean Operating Systems
• Experience influencing, training, and leading teams
• Some travel required

How to Apply
Email your resume to:

Posted: March 14, 2017
Safety Specialist
Georgie-Pacific, Green Bay, WI

Georgia-Pacific Green Bay Operations is seeking to hire a Safety Specialist. This is a salaried position that will report to the Manager of Safety & Health Services. Specifically, this position would assist in mill risk assessments, contractor safety activities, loss prevention, machine safe guarding, Lock Tag Verify and other safety compliance standards as assigned. The employee that aligns with our company values will find fulfillment in being a role model and coach for other employees in regards to compliance and achievement of mill and corporate safety objectives.

Duties & Responsibilities
• Develop systems/methods for identifying hazards and evaluating risk in existing or future equipment, processes, and operations
• Enhance the Mills capability in the development and implementation of fundamental safety programs. Fundamental programs include, but are not limited to Confined Space, Emergency Response, Electrical, Safe Work Practices, Lock Tag Verify, Fall Protection, Incident Investigation, Mobile Equipment, Cranes and Rigging, Personal Protective Equipment, and Safe Work Permits.
• Assist the Safety & Health Services department with aspects of the Safety & Health programs for the mill, including continuous improvement of safety & health programs.
• Provide leadership and direction for the mills contractor safety management program, machine safe guarding, safety design standards, Lock/Tag/Verify and others as assigned.
• A Compliance Standard Owner and Subject Matter Expert in different safety disciplines
• Assist in the development and delivery of required regulatory training
• Ability to perform Hazard Identification Risk Assessments (HIRA) and other risk assessments at the facility
• Develop the mills capability to conduct effective incident investigations to identify root causes and implement corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence
• Provide coaching and mentoring to facilitate ownership for safety at all levels
• Provide support to the development of our Facility Risk Assessment (FRA) and Department Risk Assessments (DRA)
• Lead, coach and develop employees utilizing the MBM® Guiding Principles
• Ability to lead the facility through safety audits and inspection
• Manage safety teams related to Life Safety Rules and Critical Procedures
• Ability to work independently with vendors on finding solutions to safety opportunities
• Other duties to support the Manager of Safety & Health Services as needed

Basic Qualifications
• A Bachelor’s degree or higher in Safety or a safety/engineering related field
• A minimum of 3 years’ safety-related work experience in an industrial environment
• Experience demonstrating effective verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
• Ability to produce accurate, high quality work in a time sensitive fast paced environment
• Knowledge of OSHA 1910 compliance regulations to include recordkeeping, as well as relevant industry safety standards such as ISO 13849, ANSI B11, NFPA 79, and ANSI Z244.1
• Experience with Microsoft Office Suite including Excel (spreadsheet creation/ editing, pivot tables, formula creation, etc.), PowerPoint (Presentation creation/editing), and Word (creating and modifying documents and tables)
• Experience and knowledge in recognizing and mitigating hazards

Preferred Qualifications
• Certified Safety Professional or equivalent certification
• Certificate or Certification in Safety or a Safety Related Field
• A minimum of 5 years of Safety & Health work experience in paper manufacturing, converting or packaging
• Demonstrated ability to establish sustainable systems for compliance and continuous improvement

How to Apply
Apply online at our website:

Posted: March 10, 2017
HACCP Coordinator and Safety Specialist
Landmark Services Coop, Cottage Grove

Leads the development, implementation, maintenance, and validation of the Animal Nutrition division’s HACCP compliance and Quality Control Programs as well as training and compiling statistical reports for comparison of requirements.
Assists in managing cooperative-wide safety programs and procedures that reduce injuries and their associated costs, as well as ensuring Landmark meets all applicable local, state, and federal regulations.

Duties & Responsibilities
HACCP Compliance
1. HACCP (Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points). Provides training and customer information to Plant employees in support of Quality and Plant objectives, clarifying standards and monitoring compliance using SOP’s within the QMS ensuring changes meet FDA, ISO and other regulatory requirements. Maintain a cross functional internal audit program/team and be the divisional point person on outside audits.
Safety Management
1. Supports continuous improvement in loss control through the development of robust safety programs, systems and practices for all product divisions.
2. Develops, coordinates and presents safety training for all staff on site and/or off site.
3. In conjunction with the Safety Manager, ensures all Landmark locations are in compliance through regular internal program assessments and monitoring for ongoing compliance with regulatory requirements and all Landmark policies to ensure regulatory inspection and/or audit ready preparedness.
HACCP Consulting (Verity Business Solutions)
1. Develops and maintains current relationships with customers for consulting.
2. Develops relationships with potential customers of HACCP consulting.
3. Completes special consulting projects per request from current customers.


• Associates Degree in Business and/or Safety related field required.
• Bachelor of Science Degree in Business and/or Safety related field preferred.
• Minimum five years of safety, compliance and consultation related experience in the agricultural industry.
• Clear understanding of OSHA standards applicable to agribusiness.
• Clear understanding of HACCP standards.
• Familiarity with other local, state and federal regulations applicable to agribusiness.
• Knowledge of reporting requirements and ability to complete in an efficient manner.
• Technical knowledge of the feed industry or related field.
• Comfortable with numbers and office procedures.
• Strong verbal and written presentation and communication skills.
• Proficient with the use of computer software to manage data and training materials.
• Ability to ensure that safety program meets applicable regulatory requirements.
• Ability to identify safety deficiencies and report to management for correction.
• Ability to prioritize safety activities to ensure that areas that present the greatest risk are addressed first.
• Continually evaluate the effectiveness of employee training programs.
• Proficiency in entering and analyzing data.
• Critical thinking and analysis skills in order to determine trends in quality of production and to assist Location Management with decision-making capabilities.

How to apply

Apply online at: www.visit

Posted: March 9, 2017
Corporate Safety Director
Neenah, WI

The QTI Group has been retained by a municipal castings company based in Neenah, WI to recruit for a Corporate Safety Director. Due to established and mature safety programs and policies already in place, primary functions are to provide technical safety and health support to production and corporate personnel, develop corporate safety and health programs and objectives and coordinate safety training programs, monitor safety and health regulations and provide technical support to plant and corporate personnel to ensure compliance with Federal and State safety and health regulations.

Duties & Responsibilities
• Provide leadership and direction around all safety regulations, policies and procedures.
• Assure continuity and consistency of safety policies and procedures.
• Assist in controlling hazardous working conditions and unsafe employee activities through interface with supervisory personnel.
• Participate in developing and conducting safety training programs that are specific to the work environment and including the OSHA standard requirements.
• Work with the Operations Management to drive the need for safety awareness and safe work practices by implementing safety programs and procedures.
• Steer and coordinate the plant safety committees in conjunction with all levels and areas of the organization. Committees should participate in safety audits, injury reviews and safety issues and concerns.
• Review and recommend the requirements necessary for safe practices during the implementation or modification of equipment or processes.
• Assist in calculating and communicating safety performance metrics and goals for the operations and regularly track and report on account and business unit progress against safety goals.
• Evaluate and analyze injuries and related trends at plants, and work directly with those operations to establish root causes and corrective actions.
• Work to develop and implement action plans to improve site safety performance.
• Use data to track and measure corrective action and improvement.

• Bachelor’s degree in occupational safety or related field
• 5-7 years’ hands on plant environment experience in a safety role
• Safety related certification
• Strong analytical skills to evaluate performance metrics and outcomes.
• Ability to adapt to changing organizational and operational needs; ability to lead others through change.
• Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Skill in organization and prioritization, and attention to detail.
• Strong team player and leader with the ability to work across multiple functions and disciplines.
• Ability to select, coach, develop, engage and retain a team of employees.
• Excellent verbal and written skills.
• Computer proficiency in Microsoft Suite.

How to apply
Apply online at:

Posted: March 6, 2017
Environmental Health and Safety Associate
HellermannTyton – Milwaukee WI

Do you want to join a fun and growing team? Do you have the desire for a people oriented, fast-paced career? Then our EHS department would like to hear from you. You will need to apply your skills, ingenuity and resources for ensuring our employees are safe on and off the job. The ideal candidate will be bright, motivated and possess a strong work ethic, attention to detail, ability to meet ever-changing deadlines and a commitment to the environment and employee health and safety.

This position, reporting to the EHS Manager, plans, directs and implements environmental and safety activities to promote the health and safety of all associates at our three Milwaukee locations and warehouse in Illinois. You will drive continuous improvement in ISO14001 certification and workplace safety through program development, implementation and training.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Working knowledge of OSHA rules and regulations along with 2 or more years experience in a manufacturing setting preferred.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft applications, ability to maintain confidentiality and a strong attention to detail.
  • Be a self-starter, organized and friendly


  • High School Diploma or equivalent required, degree or certification in EHS related field preferred.
  • 2 or more years experience in administrative role in a manufacturing environment preferred.
  • Working knowledge of OSHA rules and regulations preferred.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize and self-manage workload
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint required.
  • Ability to work non-standard hours as needed to meet the needs of our internal customers
  • Attention to detail and the ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, with an acceptable driving record, along with adequate insurance

How to Apply
Apply online at:
Deadline: April 1, 2017


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