EHS Manager

Leading manufacturer of nutrition and health products for over 60 years, has an excellent opportunity available for a Manager of Corporate Environmental, Health and Safety in our Eden Prairie Headquarters.
Company is comprised of three business units that share a singular focus:
to create specialty proteins designed to optimize health and nutrition.
Reasons why this is a great job for the right person:
One of the largest providers of energy boosters and milk replacer products and ingredients in North America.
Customized protein ingredient provider serving the rapidly growing Sports Nutrition and Weight Loss segment of the food and beverage industry Exports basic and high performance nutritional ingredients to a number of international markets, including Asia where there is growing demand for dairy proteins and carbohydrates.
We collectively explore new, innovative ways to enhance product performance and value.
The Manager of Corporate Environmental, Health and Safety has the responsibility for maintaining the Wastewater Treatment plant programs Managing the safety and loss prevention programs at all facilities to ensure regulatory compliance at all levels.
Duties will include:
Develop and implement the Wastewater Quality Assurance Program as outlined in NR149 for all applicable facilities organize and direct required testing for all land spreading activities.
Will manage plant safety and loss prevention program Communicate policies and procedures to ensure that safety measures are implemented Maintain all required safety program records.
Will be a strong trainer and someone who can coach employees to be the best in their field Will travel to various company sites to work with local EHS Managers To be considered for this role:
Bachelor's degree preferably in industrial hygiene, safety or Human Resources 5-7 years' experience managing Health & Safety programs in a manufacturing plant environment.
Working knowledge of OSHA and EPS regulations, worker's compensation Experience in Food Industry Ability to travel - 50% or more

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