The EHS Manager provides common support to local operations (sites, functions, regions) to help ensure programs are meeting local EHS requirements and are aligned with corporate goals. Working with site managers and local EHS professionals, programs are implemented to maintain compliance and improve performance. In this role, the EHS Manager may supervise and ensure technical competency of select EHS staff as well as provides direct support and leadership of certain operations. The EHS Manager may be a generalist or focus on a particular discipline (e.g. auditing, regulatory tracking, supplier assessments, process safety management, etc.).
The successful candidate will conduct safety evaluations and investigations, take enforcement action in a broad range of workplaces to ensure employer compliance with the Oregon Safe Employment Act, conduct technical training and provide abatement assistance for employers and employees.
Ensuring compliance to all regulatory, customer, and corporate programs
Leading and participating in regulatory, customer and internal audits;
Knowledge and understanding of quality control/assurance programs and concepts
Strong knowledge/understanding of food regulations (FDA, USDA, etc.,) and the ability to interpret and share this information with others
Working knowledge of GFSI approved standards including SQF
Plans, promotes, and organizes multi-plant training activities related to product quality and food safety.
Provides necessary training materials to plant and corporate personnel on Quality and Food Safety topics when required.
Supports plant QA team to become technical resources for facilitating issue resolution on the production floor.
The Office of International Affairs (OIA) works to make the University of Oregon a more global university. In 21st century higher education, international engagement is not an optional extra: as noted in UO's Academic Plan, it is a core mission, essential to a thriving, socially salient, intellectually robust, academic community. It is part of the normal functioning of every school, college, department, and center. OIA works to support and integrate the wide range of international engagements, global-scale projects, and transnational partnerships launched and maintained in our many academic units. Units within OIA consist of International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS), Global Education Oregon (GEO), Global Studies Institute (GSI), and the Mills International Center. More information is available on UO’s International Affairs website at intl.uoregon.edu.
Educating and promoting best safety practices and enforcing safety policies and procedures, organizing safety training, complying with OSHA requirements, identifying hazards and develop plans to correct problems before injuries can occur. This position requires the candidate to be a self-starting leader who enjoys the challenges of daily involvement with projects, the safety committee and the management team.
The successful candidate will serve as an expert for the division and provide technical guidance on safety and health rules. Responsibilities included developing and drafting rules, rule interpretations, providing technical guidance on the adopted rules, report and letter writing, and provision of technical information and training.
Support companywide HR functions by performing a wide variety of tasks relating to the recruitment, employment and onboarding processes; maintenance of employment records; promotion of safety; compliance with employment regulations, policies, and procedures; development and implementation of training programs; and analysis, reporting, and tracking of HR-related processes and tasks in alignment with the departmental and organizational strategies.
Leading manufacturer is looking to hire a 3rd Shift Production Supervisor. This position will be located in the Medford, Oregon area. The ideal candidate must possess at least 3 years of production supervisory experience in a non-union manufacturing environment. Experience with Lean Manufacturing or Continuous Improvement along with with clear communication skills and excellent decision making skills and an excellent safety track record is required, This role comes with an excellent compensation plan commensurate with experience ranging from a base salary of $60-$65k plus a 5% shift premium and an opportunity to earn quarterly production bonuses. Excellent relocation package for this willing to relocate to the Medford, Oregon area. All candidates must be legally authorized to work in the US.
At Asante, the Patient Safety Coordinator contributes to the achievement of the system's mission through the coordination and oversight of patient safety and process improvement initiatives at Asante. This position is responsible for assisting staff with compliance, regulations and accreditation standards related to the overall culture of safety at Asante. This position is essential to the establishment of a strong culture of safety, working in collaboration with Patient Care Services, ancillary departments, and other departments.
In this role you will take responsibility for system-wide risk assessment, development, coordination, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of an employee safety program for Asante. Collaborates with leadership, managers, and staff to meet goals of employee safety program, working closely with Workers Compensation and Employee Health. Ensures compliance with government regulations (OSHA, etc.). Reports to Chief Quality Officer.
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