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As of 11-14-18    Positions open in:  California,  Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesoto, South Dakota, Texas and Wisconsin.       New positions acquired daily!

South Dakota       EHS Manager

Excellent national company.  One of mulitple facilities.  Super compensation package and bonus potential.

Position Summary

Lead and do all aspects of industrial safety, health, and environmental systems for assigned facilities. Coordinates all training to meet regulations and internal program requirements, maintain all records in cooperation with other facility resources including operations and human resources, purchase all safety supplies and equipment, manage hazard communication program, conduct or guide injury/incident investigations, track all injuries, reviewing and making recommendations for safety improvements, coordinate safety and ergonomic inspections, and conduct (and train others to conduct) new-hire safety orientations.

Key Accountabilities

  • Provide strategic leadership for safety, environmental and health program development to achieve cultural permanence, and site-specific performance objectives and program implementation goals.
  • Maintain understanding and knowledge of current federal, state, and/or company regulations and policies.
  • Coordinate and conduct injury review process to determine and correct root cause.
  • Lead and manage implementation of injury reduction efforts. Promote “Zero Injury Culture” initiatives.
  • Track and report operational safety performance.
  • Support the environmental functions of the business as warranted/assigned.
    • Maintain reporting requirements for environmental calendar.
    • Conduct training for environmental regulation issues as needed.
  • Conduct safety training programs for all levels of operation.
  • Provide leadership/facilitation and drive for sustained plant safety committees.
  • Function as emergency coordinator and develop/drive emergency response/business continuity initiatives.
  • Lead operation(s) to best practices and best-in-class safety and environmental results (including program development).
  • Assist organization by participating in special taskforce assignments and special projects.
  • Ensure compliance with all Federal, State and local Industrial Hygiene requirements.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Characteristics & Attributes

  • Proficient Collaborator; easily partners with, and gets things done with and through others.
  • Flexibility to support off shifts as necessary.
  • Ability to multi-task and balance priorities.
  • Excellent people skills and professional demeanor; Ability to teach and communicate effectively at all levels of the organization.
  • General industrial Safety, Risk Management, and Environmental experience desired.
  • Good oral and written communication, and presentation skills.
  • Must have analytical reasoning and problem solving capabilities.

Education & Experience

  • BS in Industrial Safety or Hygiene; advanced degree and/or professional certification(s) preferred
  • 10+ years experience in safety, environment and health field in a manufacturing setting, at least three years in a manager role
  • Strong track record for transformative results through programs, training and culture shaping.
  • Demonstrated Success in Leadership EHS position and passionate commitment to safety of others.
  • Demonstrated Program and Practice Development, Implementation and Training success.
  • Certified in CPR and First Aid.



Wisconsin (Wausau)   EHS Manager

Outstanding opportunity with an international manufacturing company.  Excellent advancement potential to corporate or global management position.

General Summary:

The primary focus for this position is to ensure regulatory compliance with all applicable environmental, health and safety regulations at a federal, state and local level and to provide support and resources of client’s goal of providing employees with a safe and healthy work environment. 

Principal D Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

·   Manage the maintenance and implementation of safety programs, regulatory compliance, and pertinent EHS initiatives under the direction of the Global EHS Manager

·   Lead the investigation of incidents and ensure CAPA’s are completed to minimize future exposures and proper records/documents are maintained

·   Conduct routine safety observations to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies, company EHS policies, procedures and practices

·   Provide personnel with comprehensive and relevant information and training on EHS systems and procedures, including advising on equipment purchase and workplace practices

·   Design and deliver training sessions on key areas of production activity in relation to EHS and support the delivery of other training programs, including new hire onboarding and monthly safety meeting topics

·   Maintain internal and regulatory reporting including data collection and reporting including but not limited to air, storm water and surface water discharge

·   Ensure the company meets regulatory compliance obligations with federal and state OSHA/EPA

·   Serve as secondary contact for all regulatory agencies

·   Keep abreast of any safety and environmental law or regulation changes that impact the organization

·   Support client’s mission to provide a safe and healthy work environment

·   Participate in meetings to discuss workplace safety and regulatory concerns and opportunities

·   Actively role model all company environmental, health and safety standards

·   Support regional operations in all aspects related to EHS/Facilities initiatives

·   Establish and maintain effective relationships with Operations, Plant Managers, Supervisors and production personnel

·   Inform plant managers and supervisors on matters relating to, environmental, health and safety and provide possible solutions

·   Contribute ideas, suggestions, and recommendations for the development, progress and improvement of the EHS Department in daily operations and future growth

·   Perform special projects as required

·   Required travel 20%

Job Qualifications:

·   5 - 7 years’ experience in manufacturing environment with responsibility for Environmental, Health and Safety

·   Ability to be on call or work off hours as needed

·   Experience working with local regulatory agencies preferred



Wisconsin    Safety Manager   Madison/Janesville area

Safety Manager for a large, high profile food manufacturing facility located in Wisconsin.  This person will oversee all safety functions at this facility and have one Safety Supervisor direct report.  Position reports to the Plant Manager with a dotted line to Corporate Safety.  Great opportunity for advancement into a multiple plant role in the near future.  4 year Degree preferred but not required.

Competitive salary, bonus and benefit package.  Relocation available



California (Sacramento)      EHS Manager

Excellent national company in the food industry.   Strong compensation, benefits and bonus package.


· Responsible for all aspects of EHS, including OSHA, and environmental record keeping safety audits. And accident investigations and identifying workplace hazards.

· Develop, evaluate and maintain department budget for safety area

· Ensure the facility complies with OSHA and environmental laws and regulations

· Develop, deliver and track participation in health and safety related training and OSHA related certifications

· Lead plant ERT and Safety teams

· Promote, support and develop local safety programs, such as BEAST and Near Misses, as needed

· Provide ongoing support to department managers for safety meetings and department work modification

· Reviews injury report to ensure all incidents are properly reported and appropriate action has been taken to prevent recurrence.

· Prepare and submit environmental compliance reports to regulatory agencies.

· The duties and responsibilities described are not a comprehensive list of all tasks. Additional tasks and duties may be assigned from time to time as necessitated by business needs

Skills, Experience and Education:

· 5+ years in manufacturing environment with experience implementing and managing safety initiatives required

· Bachelor's degree required, in Business Management and/or Safety Management preferred

· Strong working knowledge of EHS regulations and requirements

· Knowledge in the technical fundamentals of safety management and risk assessments

· Ability to work in team environment

· Strong interpersonal and communication skills

· PC Skills: Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and others as neededbmitting Agency


EHS Engineer (Cincinnati-Northern KY)

This is an excellent opportunity with a large internationally owned firm with several facilities in the U.S. providing great advancement potential.

Responsible for establishing, maintaining and monitoring of environmental, health & safety programs to protect human health, the environment and control related business risk. This job requires an incumbent to independently coordinate programs, often managing issues at the Division level and working senior staff.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities

·       Assist and counsel managers, safety council members and area coordinators.

·       Evaluate work environment from the stand point of ergonomics, machine guarding, and any other applicable regulations.

·       Conduct audits, accident investigations, and trend analysis.

·       Lead in cross functional teams for EHS issue resolution or for new equipment/process approval.

·       Consult and assists with initiatives related to EHS projects and programs.

·       Supports corporate and insurance carrier studies.

·       Assists in development of chemically safe work practices, institutes and revises lockout/tag-out procedures, confined space/permit program and, process safety rule procedures.

·       Meets requirements for emergency medical response for blood borne pathogens.

·       Conducts safety audits, supports inspections & maintains OSHA or equivalent local regulatory required documentation.

·       Provides consultation and oversight for the site hazardous waste management system including but not limited to establishing training on proper labeling, handling, documentation and overall guidance to facilitate compliance with all applicable laws and regulations

·       Assists in finding dispositions for off-spec or recyclable, and reporting of hazardous materials. Follows "Approved Vendor List" for e-scrap disposition service providers and may perform e-scrap contractor site audit.

·       Manage development, implementation and maintenance of environmental and safety programs such as: management systems requirements (ISO/EICC/OSHAS…etc), hazard communication, control of change, hazardous waste management, reporting site key performance factors, Green House Gas data, chemical management systems and programs, personal protective equipment, dangerous goods – hazardous materials management, emergency preparedness, regulatory reporting and data collection.

·       Maintains site environmental permits and complies with all reporting and permit application requirements under all related local and regional laws and regulations.

·       Inspects manufacturing operations, office, and shipping areas as well as the facility's grounds. Ensures compliance with EHS policies for implementation of Global and Regional EHS initiatives.

·       Coordinates with process engineering departments and operations management to review and revise process procedures, chemicals and equipment. Works with process engineering to identify lower risk chemical and process alternatives to high risk materials and processes. Evaluates site chemical management systems to assure all required elements required for robust controls are in place to comply with regulations and mitigate to the best extent possible risk to employees, the environment and the business.

·       Develops employee's safety/environmental training and awareness programs.

·       Performs gap analysis and internal audits against global EHS Policy as well as international standards (ISO14001, OSHAS18001, EICC EHS Code Conformance…etc). .

·       Provide environmental, safety and industrial hygiene consulting services to facilities to help assure compliance with federal (for instance applicable NOM-005-STPS-1998, Brazil SUS Article 205 Sections II and VIII, OSHA, SEMARNAT, EPA…etc.), state and local regulations.

Education & Experience Requirements

·       Bachelor's Degree required in chemistry / biology, engineering / mechanical or chemical engineering or related field.

·       3 years of related Health/Safety Engineering experience.

Or an equivalent combination of education, training or experience.


Safety Manager-Sioux City

Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Health and Safety or related field. Minimum of 5 years of industrial experience in environmental, health and safety. Proven track record of successful results. Knowledge of local, state and federal safety compliance and regulatory issues, including the Occupational Safety and Health Act. OSHA 10 or 30 Hour Training (or equivalent) Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or similar quality/EHS certifications desired, but not required. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Strong knowledge of EH&SM standards. Proven teamwork experience in a fast-paced environment. Knowledge of case management procedures and issues relating to workmen’s compensation and other workplace safety issues.

Job Duties:
Supervises and provides work direction to safety staff. Ensures all accidents and injuries are investigated and documented. Organizes and schedules training sessions and provides onsite safety training for employees. Performs onsite inspections to ensure compliance with OSHA and coordinates industrial hygiene services such as noise levels, equipment and air quality, etc. Evaluates and provides guidelines on safety equipment and supplies according to ANSI standard. Maintains high level of safety awareness and ensures consistency of safety program implementation. Assesses and ensures compliance with local, state and federal food safety, environmental, health and safety regulations. Ensures compliance with OSHA standards. Participates in regulatory agency inspections/audits, and develops and implements corrective actions. Monitors active workers compensation files and ensures best possible resolution of the workers compensation claims. Evaluates and continuously improves operational risk prevention process effectiveness. Adheres to safe work practices, follows GMP, maintains sanitary conditions and ensures that product quality is maintained.




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