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ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH & SAFETY (EHS) MANAGER - WI

Company: Dutchland Plastics
Location: Oostburg
Posted on: May 16, 2022

Job Description:

Job Description Why Work at Dutchland We take pride in making Dutchland a fun place to work while on the clock and off. We are committed to providing you and your family with the tools, support, and encouragement you need to lead a healthy and productive life. At Dutchland, we offer an inclusive compensation and benefits package for all full-time employees: Competitive Wages Up to a $1,000 Referral Bonus 11 paid holidays Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance HSA Company Contribution- $500 Single Plan, $1,000 Family Plan PTO - Starting at 2 Weeks Company Paid Life & Long-Term Disability Insurance Gym Reimbursement Tuition Reimbursement 401k with Company Match Career Advancement Opportunities Company Events & Happenings - Picnics, Giveaways, and cookouts Comprehensive Training Provided Job Summary: The EHS Manager position works with the Director of EHS to develop, direct and implement Tank Holding's EHS programs and protocols to ensure a positive, safe and healthy work environment for all employees. Travel: Required, routine travel of between 30% and 50% throughout the United States and Canada, to support the Tank Holding facility network. Essential Duties: Communicates closely with and receives direction from the Director of EHS to ensure completion of regulatory EHS requirements and program goals and objectives Provides leadership and support in the development and effective implementation of Tank Holding EHS Programs and protocols. Review and update EHS programs annually Develop a working knowledge of the Tank Holding manufacturing processes and the integration of protocols to ensure a safe and healthy work environment Conduct regular facility audits and inspections to assure regulatory compliance and that company programs and protocols are effectively implemented and enforced Coordinate the development of corrective actions and establish priorities that will provide increased safety without significant impact on the integrity of operations, intended purpose, or efficiency of the company equipment and process whenever feasible Create, maintain and facilitate performance of an action plan to ensure all EHS requirements are performed in a timely manner Provide advice and practical help to ensure that plant managers are well placed to accept and fulfill their facility EHS management responsibilities. Assist the Director of EHS in the training of plant managers and their delegates to ensure thorough and effective delivery of internal training materials to employee. Coordinate internal and external resources to ensure all employees are properly trained and comply with regulatory requirements and Tank Holding programs and protocols, including the development of training materials and schedules Oversee the joint health and safety committees, support the committee chairperson and directing activities as needed Evaluate unsafe working conditions and practices in conjunction with the Director of EHS, operations team and plant management; develop, implement and enforce controls. April 2020 Participate in all incident investigations and carefully analyze reports to ascertain root causes and corrective actions. Organize and maintain incident investigation records Manage all facility OSHA 300 logs, 300A summaries and corresponding incident reports, ensuring thorough and accurate completion Assist Director of EHS and the human resources department with the management of workers' compensation claims Prepare and distribute EHS metrics and accident recap reports on a scheduled basis. Other related duties as may be assigned Required Skills and Abilities: Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) and excellent interpersonal skills Self-motivated and disciplined with ability to handle detail work and multiple tasks Possess good planning and organizational skills Proficient computer skills (Word/Excel/PowerPoint) Willing to spend up to 30% of time in the plant environment with exposure to heights, humidity, heat, noise, dust, vibration, moving mechanical parts and equipment traffic Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Environmental, Health & Safety or related field required; Master's degree desirable 5-7 years of EHS management in a manufacturing environment Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Associate Safety Professional (ASP) from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals is desirable ACCOMMODATIONS: Applicants with disabilities may contact Dutchland Human Resources via telephone, fax, e-mail, and other means to request and arrange for accommodations. If you need assistance to accommodate a disability, you may request an accommodation at any time. Please contact the Human Resources Department at 920-564-3633 or HRDutchland.com. About Dutchland Dutchland has been manufacturing high quality plastic products for nearly half a century at our state-of-the-art facilities in Wisconsin and New York. We're proud to be named one of the top 5 manufacturers of custom rotational molded plastic products in North America. At Dutchland Plastics, we are known for making BIG products. We're capable of producing products from 1-500lbs and up to 17 feet in length. From furniture to slides, and kayaks to coolers, we can handle it all. We're a contract manufacturer with rotational molding at its core. Going 'BIG' is what we do. Dutchland is an Equal Opportunity Employer and uses E-Verify; satisfactory completion of a drug screen for all new hires is required.

Keywords: Dutchland Plastics, Milwaukee , ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH & SAFETY (EHS) MANAGER - WI, Executive , Oostburg, Wisconsin

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