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January 19, 2021
Senior EHS Specialist
Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations – Onalaska, WI

As a Safety Engineer at Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations you will serve as the technical expert for many of Dynamic’s safety programs including powered industrial trucks and mobile elevated work platforms, permit-required confined spaces, lockout/tagout, electrical safety, hot work, and fall protection. Additionally, in this position you will work closely with operations to perform job hazard assessments, incident investigations, corrective actions, and continuous improvement activities.

Responsibilities
• Management of safety programs
• Asses trends/issues and implement continuous improvement activities
• Investigate the safety of work environment and implement corrective action
• Provide technical support, analysis and consultative services
• Design and develop training programs
• Coordinate and train on EHS policies and programs
• Teach safety standards
• Perform formal and informal training
• Apply in-depth knowledge of regulations to determine compliance within program areas
• Ensure proper certifications are obtained and maintained
• Participate in audits of facility and safe work practices, ensuring compliance with all local, state and federal regulations
• Confer with front-line leaders and operations managers to design and prepare safe operational plans
• Confer with team members to resolve operational safety problems
• Interpret standards and programs
• Communicate inspection results and recommendations
• Represent EHS at company meetings
• Input data and provide reports regarding the status of safety metrics
• Participate in presenting the status of safety to all levels of the organization

Qualifications
Qualified candidates must possess an Associate’s Degree in occupational Health and Safety, or a business field, and three years of relevant experience. However, additional experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.
• Knowledge of OSHA standards and relevant industry-specific standards
• Knowledge of safety risks
• Mechanical and engineering concepts
• Training design & development
• Critical and analytical thinking
• Strong problem solver
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Converting technical concepts for end users
• Program development
• Decision-making
• Change management
• Ability to work independently and prioritize tasks
• Establish relationships and influence change
• Ability to develop and deliver training modules
• Ability to travel up to 10%
Outstanding candidates may also possess these bonus qualifications
• A Bachelor’s degree in occupational health and safety
• Experience with material recovery/recycling
• Experience with ISO 45001 management systems and audits
• Knowledge of ANSI, ASTM and NFPA standards
• Skilled in risk assessment, program management and conflict management
• Ability to develop strategies
• Ability to lead and organize small projects

How to Apply
Please visit our careers page to apply for the Senior EHS Specialist opening.


January 15, 2021
Safety & Loss Control Consultant, Dane County/SW Wisconsin
Rural Mutual Insurance Company, Madison, WI

Responsibilities

  • Provide consultation services including safety training, safety and loss control inspections, loss history evaluations, and program development to medium and large size commercial policyholders.
  • Assist the commercial lines underwriting process by evaluating client operations, risks and controls. This includes safety and loss control pre-surveys of large commercial prospects and annual surveys of existing accounts.
  • Prepare technical safety and loss control reports, develop appropriate safety and loss control recommendations, and issue recommendation letters to policyholders.
  • Provide technical training and guidance to agents and underwriting staff on safety and loss control topics.
  • Provide public training to trade organizations, conferences, seminars, and continuing education classes in support of Rural Mutual’s focus on protecting Wisconsin employees and businesses.
  • Develop safety and loss control resource materials that can be provided to our agents, underwriters and policyholders.
  • Assist in the continued development of the safety and loss control material library and website.
  • Improve processes within the company to increase the level and quality of service provided to internal and external customers.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Engineering, Occupational Health and Safety, Insurance or equivalent degree or work experience.
  • Minimum of five years of safety and/or loss control experience in insurance, manufacturing, construction or agriculture.
  • Knowledge of OSHA, MSHA, DOT, NFPA, FMCS, DSPS, DNR and other relevant safety and regulatory standards.
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficient personal computer and mobile technology skills with the ability to use MS Office Suite and learn a variety of proprietary technology platforms.
  • Self-motivated and the ability to work independently.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Available for overnight travel (<5%)

How to apply

Send resume with salary requirements in confidence to: mschuster@ruralins.com


 

TO POST AN OPENING

Please email job overview, in word format, to Barb Deans. Your posting will remain on our site for 6-8 weeks, unless a specific deadline is included. If you have questions, please contact the Wisconsin Safety Council at 608.661.6914. This service is free.

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