Schofield, WI, US, 54476
Company: Greenheck Group
Date: Jul 6, 2022
The EHS Manager role supports the overall objectives of the Greenheck Group EHS strategic business plan, aids in providing focused guidance for reducing risks from incident trends and may assist with regulatory compliance for applicable environmental, health, and safety regulations at federal, WI & MN state, and local levels. Responsible for continuous improvement oversight of assigned location initiatives by frequently collaborating with facility leadership and or safety teams to help address risk management concerns by leveraging key elements of a sustainable safety culture. Collaborates on incident investigation root causes with supervisors, safety team leads, and plant managers for corrective action implementation plans. Performs work under minimal supervision, handles multifaceted issues and refers only the most complex matters to Director of EHS. Commonly provides guidance, coaching, and/or mentoring to others.
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:
- Establish and maintain effective relationships with operations leaders, plant managers, supervisors, and production personnel
- Focus on continuous improvement as well as new implementations of EHS programs within the region
- Develop, deliver, and or coordinate and help track various EHS training
- Conduct routine safety observations to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies, company EHS/Facilities policies, Safety KPI’s, procedures, policies, and best practices
- Stay informed of safety, environmental, law or regulation changes that impact the organization
- Primary contact for applicable EHS regulatory agencies, ensure the company meets regulatory compliance obligations with OSHA, EPA, at Federal, State and local levels
- From time-to-time, conduct EHS focused training for onboarding of new hires or new procedures to ensure regulatory compliance, and consistency with Greenheck Group P&P’s
- Assist in conducting EHS/Facilities annual or periodic audits, identifying violations, and partnering with facilities to apply abatement or continuous improvements corrective actions
- Participate in the investigation of incidents, and ensure CAPA’s are completed to minimize future exposures from reoccurring, and proper records/documents are maintained
- Provide direction to Greenheck Group Facilities or Plant Leadership for safe outside contractor work and must be able to clearly explain the contractor safety needs of projects or building construction
- Handles and or collaborates with EHS or Human Resources team members on confidential matters
- Work in partnership with EHS Risk Analyst for effective WC Carrier and Greenheck Group Finance for routine WC expense management and forecast when relevant based on program relevance
- Manages projects or processes by working independently with limited supervision
- Analyze historical incident data that is requested by BU or other leadership for focused initiatives that effectively reduce risk for Greenheck Group team members
- Perform special projects as required including support of day-to-day facility operations and provide direction to our internal team members as well as outside contracted services
- Coach and review work of lower-level professionals, may manage an EHS Specialist
- Support and help oversee development and delivery methods for EHS training materials and continuous improvement of the EHS portion for new hire onboarding process.
- Assist Director of EHS for ad hoc projects and support with regulatory agencies (OSHA/DNR/EPA), assists with revisions of Greenheck Group EHS policies, procedures, and practices
- Participate in meetings to discuss workplace safety & regulatory concerns as well as from time-to-time assist informing plant managers & supervisors of opportunities to help influence safe behaviors
- Collaborate with team members regarding loss drivers and assists with supporting functions targeting controlling and containing BU associated risk mitigation costs.
- Bachelor’s degree in EHS, Risk Management, Occupational Health, Business, or related field with minimum of 10 years’ experience in manufacturing environment or similar with Safety, Health, and Worker’s Compensation application required or
- Associates degree in EHS, or equivalent military years of service within Risk Management, Occupational Health, Business, or related field with minimum of 15 years’ experience in manufacturing environment or similar with Safety, Health, and Worker’s Compensation application plus any of the following applicable current licenses/designations/BCSP certifications as an OHST, ARM, RN, ASP or equivalent required
- The preferred candidate has one or more of the following OHST, ARM, CSP, CIH
- Expert computer skills in; typing, Outlook Email, SharePoint, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and various Cloud-based applications required
- Ability to infrequently be on call for work off hours as needed for unexpected crisis or off shift needs
- Self-motivated to work independently with attention to detail and strong organizational skills
- Capable of positively contributing to employee relations at all levels within the organization
- Effective verbal and written communicator to all levels of the organization and with vendor partners
- Ability to work productively in a team while demonstrating openness to change
- Possesses strong problem-solving skills
- Able to deliver quality work products in a timely manner maintaining focus for extended periods of time
- Ability to foster a culture that influences and helps enhance overall EHS performance
- High degree of confidence & ability to gather and analyze data, think independently and willing to learn
- Capable of exceeding at a variety of tasks/projects with accuracy at once & commonly on short notice
- Must possess a valid driver license with an acceptable Greenheck Group driving record
- Multi-site responsibilities within region – occasional travel up to 20%
The Schofield based EHS Manager reports to the Greenheck Group Global EHS Director and may have direct report EHS Specialists.
The preceding statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people in this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills of the Greenheck Group Environmental Health & Safety department.
We are an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
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