Successful growing manufacturer located in the greater Milwaukee, Wisconsin area is looking for a EHS Manager to join their team.
The EHS Manager will be in charge of all safety, quality, and productivity processes and ensure procedures are followed within areas of responsibility. Ensure compliance with OSHA and all related federal, state, and local regulations.
- Manage the safety function to ensure a safe work environment is maintained and practices follow all Company and government issued regulations.
- Maintain environmental compliance, complete environmental reporting, and ensure that waste generation is within allowable limits and waste is disposed of properly.
- Direct and conduct safety inspections and environmental testing on a regular basis.
- Record and report findings and recommend corrective action where necessary.
- Complete and submit necessary governmental reports.
- Investigate, analyze, and recommend corrective action to be taken in the case of accidents or near miss situations. Ensure complete and timely accident reporting.
- Direct and coordinate the Workers’ Compensation program.
- Coordinate communications with all parties involved and maintain related records.
- Manage return to work and light duty programs to facilitate the safest and quickest possible return to work.
- Coordinate all governmental agency communications, contacts and visits regarding safety and environmental matters.
- Ensure that all personnel are provided appropriate safety training by initiating, implementing, and monitoring safety training programs.
- Maintain adequate supply of safety equipment to support continuous operation of the plant.
- Ensure proper use of personal protective equipment to maximize protection and reduce costs.
- Oversee the implementation and maintenance of written safety and environmental policies and procedures for plant personnel.
- Develop and maintain safety awareness and communication program.
- Coordinate periodic medical examinations of personnel in accordance with Company policy and government regulations.
- Maintain a variety of documents concerning employee benefits and health records.
- Bachelor’s Degree in related discipline or equivalent preferred.
- Three to Five years of successful supervisory and safety/environmental work experience.
- Ability to effectively coach, lead, motivate, and develop people.
- Developed problem solving skills and computer skills.