Position Title: EHS Manager
Pay Range: Salaried based on Experience
Shift: 1st Shift
Drug screen/background: yes/yes
- Develop and maintain safety, environmental, and health programs and policies that drives a
- safety culture and environment.
- Ensure all proper MIOSHA and environmental testing/reporting requirements are completed
- on time.
- Oversees worker’s compensation, ensuring the proper paperwork is complete. Work with
- providers to assist employees back to work.
- Maintain and complete OSHA 300 logs.
- Carry out risk assessments and considering how risks could be reduced.
- Outline safe operational procedures which identify and take account of all relevant hazards.
- Carry out regular site inspections to check policies and procedures are being properly
- Make changes to working practices that are safe and comply with legislation.
- Lead in-house training with managers and employees about health and safety issues and risks.
- Train crane operator, Hilo, and scissor lift operator classes.
- Perform accident review and follow-up on corrective actions for all accidents and near misses.
- Conduct and schedule annual hearing tests.
- Maintain H&S Employee Handbook.
- Assemble and report MIOSHA reports for accidents and injuries.
- Review and assist in taking employees to Medical Center as required.
- Establish a safety committee and conduct monthly meetings.
- Maintain Safety Metrics chart and establish actions plans to reduce negative trends.
- Maintain MTD’s MSDS sheets and monitor compliance
- Schedule Consultation, Education, and Training visits and audits of MTD’s Safety programs
- Attend continuing education thru MIOSHA seminars and other related courses
- Provide annual Supervisor/Management training on safety observation and enforcement
- Keep ear plugs in stock on MFG floor
- Send in monthly arsenic water analysis and administer testing of water
- Consistently adhere to, and support, policies and procedures, including ISO, and safety regulations; assist in investigating and documenting potential infractions.
- Bachelor’s degree in EHS preferred or 5 years within an EHS role or public safety
- Experience leading and developing EHS programs and policies within a manufacturing environment
- Must be diligent and thoughtful when reviewing the safety environment and programs