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Posted: May 5, 2016
Safety Specialist
Badger Liquor, Fond du Lac

Duties & Responsibilities
Responsible for developing and maintaining the Company Safety Program across all Company locations. This position is responsible for coordinating efforts surrounding the following: organizational safety, safety compliance, safety inspections, accident investigations, employee training, DOT compliance, monthly reporting and additional projects as needed.

  • Develops and implements safety programs to effectively prevent, reduce and eliminate risk related to occupational injuries and illnesses.
  • Works with management to implement and maintain safety policies, procedures, programs and effectively establish a safety culture at each location.
  • Conducts routine safety audits, identifies risks and works with management to implement an effective solution.
  • Actively participates in accident investigations including documentation, performing root cause analysis, providing solutions for accident prevention and works with management to ensure implementation and corrective action.
  • Maintain highest level of confidentiality and integrity.
  • Update monthly/quarterly safety metrics. Audits and reviews monthly driver logs including violations per the Department of Transportation.
  • Responsible for maintaining up to date records of federal medical cards, vision examinations and driving risk reports per the Department of Transportation.
  • Reports all workers’ compensation claims to the insurance company and notifies insurance company of any red flags.
  • Coordinates return to work and light duty assignments for employees with restrictions.
  • Serves as a resource through participation in the Company’s Risk Management Team, notifying employees of safety information, answering employees’ questions and providing technical guidance and expertise.
  • Partners with sales management to complete Job Hazard Surveys at customer accounts and uses the data as a tool for training and accident prevention.
  • Partners with workers’ compensation insurance and broker to reduce claims, build safety culture, job shadows, etc.
  • May be required to travel to other locations as needed.


  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Safety, Environmental Health & Safety or related field required.
  • Experience of two (2) to three (3) years in a safety and/or Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) role is preferred.
  • Experience in a distribution or sales environment desirable.
  • Basic Decision Making, Problem Solving, Analytical, Organizational, Interpersonal, and Verbal/Written Communication Skills
  • Must have knowledge of safety and compliance regulations under OSHA.
  • Ability to balance multiple tasks simultaneously is essential.
  • Attention to detail and mental concentration are necessary for accurately performing tasks and tolerating frequent interruptions.
  • Must be able to interact with employees on all levels. Equipment/Software/Materials or Physical Requirements

How to Apply
Apply online

Posted: April 26, 2016
Safety Representative
Alliance Laundry Systems, Ripon, WI

Leads management & employee’s alike, on safety and OSHA related opportunities; by providing support and technical assistance in the administration of and compliance with federal, state, local, and company Safety requirements. Recommends, develops, and implements programs that maintain safe working conditions. Promotes protection against accidents, illnesses, and injuries and assists in the communication and implementation of safety & health procedures. The Safety Representative applies technical principles, knowledge and communication to contribute to all the companies’ safety programs as directed by the EHS Manager.

Duties & Responsibilities

• Serves the primary point of contact and resource for facility OSHA and safety related issues
• Develops and provides safety and OSHA training programs to ensure employee knowledge and understanding of safety and OSHA regulations and requirements
• Develops, writes, and implements safety policies and procedures
• Provides leadership, direction, and prioritization for safety objectives
• Provides technical expertise to manufacturing, engineering and facilities personnel in evaluating the safety and OSHA aspects of manufacturing processes, chemical use and building design
• Participates in OSHA audits and inspections, assists in tracking corrective action plans and ensures completion with EHS Manager
• Participate in the acquisition, relocation, modification, closure and decommissioning of any affected equipment or process through the Management of Change; MOC Process
• Mentor and develop facility safety teams and program champions
• Provide assistance in the investigation of significant incidents and follow-up on corrective actions ensuring information is shared throughout the Company to prevent re-occurrence
• Conducts risk assessments on current practices, machinery, and tools and analyze accident data to identify potential safety concerns taking action to reduce or mitigate the risk
• Coordinates with EHS Manager on Industrial Hygiene tests; air, noise, as required by OSHA Standards specific to the work & process performed
• Promptly addresses enforcement issues, accidents and control device malfunctions with the assistance of the EHS Manager and legal
• Ensures monthly reporting of Safety & Health Metrics by Supervisors, task tracker implementation, and action plans to improve facility performance
• Assists in the progression of facilities toward various benchmarking programs such as the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP), International Standards Organization (ISO 14001, 18001)


• Bachelor’s degree in Safety, Health or Environmental sciences is strongly preferred
• Minimum 5 years safety experience in a manufacturing setting
• Minimum 3 years OSHA compliance experience, with strong working knowledge of OSHA regulations and standards
• CSP certification preferred
• Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
• Leadership skills including ability to maintain confidentiality
• Decision making and prioritization skills

How to Apply

Apply online

Posted: April 6, 2016
Safety Coordinator
Johnsonville Sausage, Sheboygan Falls, WI

To help Johnsonville reach our goal to be the “Best Company in the World”, a successful candidate will strategically plan, direct, and lead the implementation of safety and environmental programs and guidelines through member ownership to drive best in the world safety culture.

Duties & Responsibilities

•Lead the Human Safety effort through implementing, creating and driving processes and programs to meet operational needs and maintain and manage compliance to world class safety standards
•Educate and Coach the membership on safety in ways that make it part of the day-to-day thinking to get to ZERO Injuries/Illnesses
•Lead efforts to create a safety culture that leverages member ownership, involvement, and personal accountability
•Take part in the Company Safety Leadership team and facilitate the sharing of ideas between facilities as it relates to protecting our members, assets and brand
•Lead the facility Safety Committee, Process Safety Management Team and other teams to drive compliance to safety programs
•Coach the Safety Leader of the Countryside facility. This person is a Direct report to the Safety Coordinator and provides facility safety support and is a developmental role for Safety Coordinators in the company
•Facilitate Johnsonville’s compliance with all safety regulations, procedures, guidelines and best practices
•Facilitate the development and attainment of all safety metric goals
•Create the “Safest” Company in the World through innovation, ownership, involvement and drive
•Conduct safety compliance evaluations for facility specific requirements
•Manage Workers Compensation Claims and Property Insurance recommendations


•Bachelors Degree required.
•4 years of experience leading safety in a manufacturing environment preferred
•Strong verbal and written communication skills
•Ability to prioritize and balance multiple ongoing tasks in a high pace work environment.
•Strong technical knowledge of regulatory programs in safety
•Passionate for safety
•Requires travel (15%) to work with other facilities /monthly safety mtg’s /conferences /seminars etc.

How to Apply
Apply online

Posted: April 6, 2016
Safety Supervisor
Clasen Quality Coatings, Inc., Madison, WI

Clasen Quality Coatings, Inc. (CQC) is a world-class manufacturer of chocolate and confectionery coatings. CQC supports a professional, supportive work environment where teamwork is the key to our success. Working for a privately-held company provides you with the opportunity to wear many different “hats,” make a difference every day, and have fun doing it! We are committed to being an Employer of Choice in Southern Wisconsin and offering our employees a variety of traditional and unconventional benefits. The position requires 40-80% travel between the Watertown, Middleton, and Madison, WI facilities and reports to the Safety Manager.

Duties & Responsibilities

•Develops and maintains safety policies and procedures to ensure compliance with regulations and guidelines. Manage process to review policies on a yearly basis
•Assists with accident investigation, ensures completion of the accident report paperwork and follow-ups as necessary. Develops and implements accident data analysis and recurrence prevention programs and procedures
•Conducts and coordinates on-site reviews and audits of all CQC facilities, as well as on-site audits of construction and capital activity
•Monitors all current safety-related information on regulations and requirements via outside resources
•Leads the Safety Steering Committee meetings. Develop agenda for biweekly meetings and completes any follow-ups
•Assists with the safety meetings at both production facilities. Acts as a liaison between the Safety Steering Committee and the plant safety teams
•Develops safety training presentations, ensuring the training meets OSHA requirements and are consistent with our policies. This includes Safety Champion training, new employee training, contractor training, supervisor- or department-specific training, and employee training
•Organize and maintain the safety intranet site to ensure ease of use
•Leads safety assessments on an annual basis, or as needed, which includes: hazards, fall protection, machine guarding, PPE, etc.
•Manages the Safety Data Sheets (SDS) inventory, hot work permits, confined space permits, and hands on certifications, including periodic audits to ensure all are up-to-date
•Works with maintenance and engineering regarding new equipment to ensure it is OSHA compliant and ergonomically correct
•Investigates and evaluates new safety equipment or work practices to make the workplace safer
•Advises the engineering group on safety-related design issues with equipment, processes, and facilities
•Oversees and manages the contractor safety program. Ensures contractors are in compliance with our standards and ensures appropriate paperwork is completed
•Travel to our Middleton, Madison, Watertown, and Cottage Grove locations
•Perform all tasks assigned by the supervisor, while following all company, safety, and quality policies and procedures
•Maintain regular attendance at work


•Bachelor’s degree (in Engineering, Applied or Basic Science, Environmental Science, Industrial Hygiene, or a related field) with a minimum of 1 year of experience leading and enforcing safety in a manufacturing environment, or if no degree, a minimum of 5 years of experience leading and enforcing safety in a manufacturing environment
•Experience in a food manufacturing is preferred
•Strong understanding of OSHA regulations and policy implementation
•Broad knowledge and experience with manufacturing and engineering
•Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Outlook
•Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel
•Must have acceptable driving record and valid driver’s license
•Good written and verbal communication skills
•Well-developed interpersonal skills
•Good analytical and decision making abilities
•Strong organizational skills
•Attention to detail
•Honesty and integrity
•Leadership skills
•Ability to work unsupervised

How to Apply
For more information or to apply, please go to our website at

Posted: March 16, 2016
Environmental Health & Safety Associate
Broan-NuTone LLC, Hartford, WI

Responsible for the support and administration of employee safety programs and company environmental programs as directed by the Environmental, Health and Safety Manager. Establish, promote and maintain safe working programs and practices.To identify, recommend and implement measures to reduce industrial health and accident hazards. To carry out assigned tasks that maintain compliance with safety and environmental regulatory statutes and permit obligations of the company. 

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Under the direction of the Environmental, Health and Safety Manager, work with Safety and Production Managers to ensure the effective application of established safety practices, utilization safety equipment and devices and to investigate and eliminate hazardous conditions and unsafe practices
  • Participate in the development and implementation of department specific safety goals and procedures as required by regulatory requirements
  • Review and update policies and training programs as directed by the Environmental Health and Safety Manager
  • Select and propose the purchase of standard manufactured safety devices
  • Develop effective accident investigation techniques through the review of First Reports of Injury and Supervisor Accident Investigations. Review shall include follow-up activities with Production Managers to ensure reports are properly completed and that potential corrective measures are thoroughly reviewed and implemented when/where appropriate
  • Participate in pertinent worker compensation claim handling practices and procedures. Develop detailed loss figures as a measure of the effectiveness of the overall company safety program
  • Perform environmental inspections as instructed by the Environmental, Health & Safety Manager
  • Review and update permits, policies, and training programs as directed by the Environmental, Health and Safety Manager
  • Assist Environmental, Health and Safety Manager with compilation and completion of regulatory reports (air emissions, hazardous waste, storm water, waste water, emergency management, etc.)


  • Four year degree in Safety, Environmental, or other technical science.

How to Apply
Please apply online

Posted: March 11, 2016
Safety Specialist
Crystal Finishing Systems, Schofield, WI

Crystal Finishing Systems, Inc. is an aluminum extrusion, fabrication, and finishing company headquartered in Schofield, WI. We have 7″, 8″, 10″ and 12″ aluminum extrusion capabilities as well as numerous of fabrication services. Our company also provides several coating applications including liquid paint, high performance architectural paint, specialty coatings, powder coating, and anodizing.

Performs a variety of Safety functions at a professional level focused in safety training, industrial hygiene and maintenance of safety equipment and documents. Functions as an employee advocate striving to continuously improve working conditions and compliance with applicable state and federal health and safety regulations.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assist in development and 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 personal that utilizes equipment
  • Conduct hands on training and orientation for newly hired and current necessary personnel in confined space entry, lockout/tagout, forklift safety, NFPA 70E, etc.
  • Assist in facilitation of safety functions such as the 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 of Crystal Finishing Systems 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 Crystal Finishing Systems, Inc.
  • Maintains confidentiality of business and employee information
  • Works independently in an office environment
  • Will be required to have a presence in manufacturing plants on a regular basis
  • Occasionally attends outside meetings or off site job fairs


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

How to Apply

Apply in person or via mail to: 2714 Ross Ave, Schofield, WI 54476
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