The purpose of the EHS Manager is to provide a safe working environment, overseeing the wellbeing of all associates. The EHS Manager also develops, implements, and audits safety programs as well as directing and overseeing the IH testing program, audiograms, and Government required processes. The EHS Manager will make decisions as they pertain to enforcing, implementing, or translating Safety rules and policies … Decisions that may affect production, i.e., the EHS Manager can shut down production if there is a threat to the associates’ safety. Your ownership will champion our Safety Culture.
|Maintaining training records as needed|
|Networking with other WPM sites to share and implement best practices|
|Planning and coordinating CPR, OSHA 10-Hour, and fire extinguisher training as needed|
|Conducting Safety training presentations during pre-shift meetings monthlyConducts forklift training and Lock Out training sessions. Controls certifications in these areas.|
|Reviews all safety incidents reported|
|Collecting, investigating, and managing Near Miss reports daily|
|Assisting in completing New Equipment Release Form (N.E.R.F) as needed|
|Creating Toolbox Talks and visual reminders, and posting them|
|Preparing and presenting Company meeting slides quarterly|
|Entering and receiving Purchase Orders (POs) for supplies and services related to EHS Oversees plant security personnel|
|Maintaining the contractor binder as needed|
|Training and leading the safety committee on all shifts|
Education – Associate degree or equivalent experience required.
Minimum Qualifications – 3 to 5 years experience in a manufacturing safety role and a leadership style that develops a strong focus to coaching, accountability, participation and achieving results.
Preferred Qualifications – BS/BA Degree in Environmental Health & Safety, or another related field; OSHA 30-Hour Certification; First Aid, CPR, AED certified.
For more information contact:
Rick Hoffmann, HR Recruiter firstname.lastname@example.org