Health, Safety, & Environmental Manager

Health, Safety, & Environmental Manager

POSITION OBJECTIVE: Manage all programs, policies, and procedures which ensure compliance with Environmental Safety and Health requirements.  Develop and/or coordinate safety and health programs and Teammate training activities, which help ensure a lower incidence of on-the-job accidents and promote overall safety and health.

RESPONSIBILITIES: A summary of the essential functions of the position includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  1. Environmental Compliance:
    • Complete the timely reporting of necessary documentation pertaining to SARA Title III, V, Tier II, and related environmental requirements. 
    • Develop plans and procedures on handling hazardous waste and emergency spills; train Teammates on plan implementation. 
    • Obtain the necessary documentation to obtain permits in relation to environmental issues. 
    • Coordinate the disposal/transport of waste products and complete paperwork.
  2. Employee Health:
    • Coordinate and complete all Industrial Hygiene and Employee Health testing; maintain records and notify Teammates of test results.  
    • Implement procedures pertaining to use of protective equipment. 
    • Develop and promote Teammate Wellness programs. 
    • Maintain interface with Teammates and Doctor’s on work related injuries. 
    • All issues and procedures that are related to South Dakota Workers Compensation.
  3. Workplace Safety:
    • Review all Teammate injury reports and maintain OSHA-300,301,300A logs. 
    • Develop safety rules and interface with Supervisors on their implementation. 
    • Administer Hazardous Communication Program. 
    • Assist in Teammate forklift training.
    • Organize activities of Safety Committee.
    •  Interface with OSHA representatives on all compliance issues. 
    • Prepare necessary corporate and division Safety Reports.
    • Develop and administer annual safety budget. 
    • Assist with other duties as assigned.


A.   Education:        Bachelor's degree in Safety or Environmental Science. Must remain current on position responsibilities through participation in continuing education workshops, seminars, etc.

B.   Experience:       Minimum 3-5 years of background in assisting an industrial Safety and Health program.  Experience in a highly labor-intensive environment preferred.  Must possess effective interpersonal and communications abilities.

To apply please email your resume and cover letter to Mary Grund at