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KENOSHA BEEF INTERNATIONAL LTD Safety Manager in KENOSHA, Wisconsin

JOB REQUIREMENTS: Education, Training, and Licenses: Minimum 3 years direct related experience safety field required; experience in food or industrial manufacturing environment preferred. Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Associate Safety Professional (ASP) or degree in safety/environmental disciplines or like experience, preferred. Must be certified in CPR and First Aid. Mechanical background, including knowledge of food or industrial manufacturing equipment maintenance, a plus. Must be fluent in English (reading, writing, and speaking); Bilingual skills a plus. Current certification of 10-hour OSHA compliance and 30-hour OSHA compliance required. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Experience with OSHA, EPA, and other regulations and standards (NFPA, NIOSH, DNR, etc.), including technical understanding of these regulations and standards. Continuing education on new federal, state, and local regulations. Management experience in diverse workforces. Working knowledge of 40 CFR Environmental regulations and state and municipalities regulations in WI. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications. Excellent oral and written communications skills with the ability to interact with a wide range of perspectives from leadership to production staff employees. Essential Functions and Responsibilities Policies/Procedures: Stay informed of safety, health and environmental regulation changes at the Federal, State, and local level in order to: Research, develop, implement, and maintain company safety/environmental policies and procedures to ensure continued compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations and ensure recordkeeping requirements are met; provide recommendations as needed. Monitor emergency preparedness programs including evacuation plans, tornado plans, and coordination of EMS responses. Monitor procedures for the handling and disposal of hazardous materials. Monitor and implement safety program trainings for personnel including chemical hazards and use of personal protective equipment. Monitor implementation of safety programs; take action to redirect activity where performance falls short of targets. Compliance Direct contact with OSHA representatives, conduct in-briefs, out-briefs and follow-up actions. Interface with Local, State and Federal regulatory agencies as needed. Maintain Safety Data Sheets (aka MSDS) files Oversee completion of OSHA Log. Communicate all safety and environmental issues in a timely manner. Responsible for implementing established safety procedures, utilization of safety equipment and devices, and eliminating hazardous conditions and unsafe practices. Responsible for preparing and filing environmental reports and interfacing with regulatory agencies in a timely manner. Prepare and secure all necessary permits. Responsible for preparing applications for permits to install, operate, or modify pollution control systems Ensure accurate recordkeeping requirements. File annual reports to DNR, EPA, relating to chemical storage, usage, and release. Worker's Compensation Participate in investigation of serious accidents/ injuries and monitor investigations of all minor accidents and injuries. Review all accident and near miss reports to ensure a thorough investigation was completed; follow up as needed and identify corrective actions. Work to ensure the timely return-to-work or transitional duty of injured employees. Develop and implement strategies that will reduce recordable incident rates below national average. Work closely to manage all workers compensation claims with adjusters and physicians Audits Audit facilities to assure compliance with appropriate Federal, State, and local regulations; analyze workplace safety and health hazards as well as evaluate industrial hygiene testing. Conduct audits: PPE, fall protection, machine guarding, signage, documentation, etc. Participate in division OSHA or other compliance ins pections or audits ***** OTHER EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS: Education, Training, and Licenses: Minimum 3 years direct related experience safety field required; experience in food or industrial manufacturing environment preferred. Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Associate Safety Professional (ASP) or degree in safety/environmental disciplines or like experience, preferred. Must be certified in CPR and First Aid. Mechanical background, including knowledge of food or industrial manufacturing equipment maintenance, a plus. Must be fluent in English (reading, writing, and speaking); Bilingual skills a plus. Current certification of 10-hour OSHA compliance and 30-hour OSHA compliance required. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Experience with OSHA, EPA, and other regulations and standards (NFPA, NIOSH, DNR, etc.), including technical understanding of these regulations and standards. Continuing education on new federal, state, and local regulations. Management experience in diverse workforces. Working knowledge of 40 CFR Environmental regulations and state and municipalities regulations in WI. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications. Excellent oral and written communications skills with the ability to interact with a wide range of perspectives from leadership to production staff employees. ***** APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Apply Online: https://bwfoods.com/job/safety-manager-2/ Qualified females, minorities, and special disabled veterans and other veterans are encouraged to apply.

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