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All our innovations and accomplishments begin with the work of talented people. At Post Holdings, we give our employees the resources they need to grow a career, no matter where they’re starting from. We’re seeking innovative thinkers, ready to take on everyday challenges and realize their own potential. And it all happens in an environment that respects the relationship between work and life.

Manager of Safety, Security & Environmental Compliance

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supports all manufacturing locations Senior Site Managers, Plant Managers, their staff, and site Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Leaders to implement and institutionalize changes to continuously raise EHS performance and to integrate superior practices and high expectations into culture.
  • Provides visibility of EHS progress, performance, and issues to executive management through:
  • Conducting and/or assisting with internal and external audits of all Production facilities with benchmark scores to ensure execution of company policies. Supports a continuous improvement EHS management system with EHS action planning to ensure compliance with, federal, provincial, state and local regulations.
  • Visit all office locations to ensure execution of company policies and safety action planning to ensure compliance with, federal, provincial, state and local regulations.
  • Direct and counsel on activities of Senior Site leaders, Plant Managers, and Safety Coordinators/HR members to ensure compliance with Post policies, international, federal, state and local regulations, in areas to include OSHA, EPA, Ministry of labour (‘the ACT”), Ministry of Environment (MOE), ANSI, and ADA.
  • Supports the EHS risk assessment process and partners with Division Engineering on capital budgeting prioritization for environmental, safety, and loss control projects including a comprehensive insurance strategy to reduce catastrophic risk. Provides hazard assessment guidance for injury loss prevention, property protection, and business continuity planning efforts.
  • Implements change management tactics to ensure the organization is able to embrace and implement the EHS strategy and associated actions plans effectively. Subject matter expert for proposed plant layout modifications, management of change requirements, and safety design protocols.
  • Create, support and implement strategies to improve Process Safety Management (PSM) Compliance. Work with plant personnel to manage all aspects of PSM. Act as primary coordinator and interface for PSM third party auditors.
  • Establish and assure adherence to PSM auditing schedules, PHA reviews and Mechanical Integrity testing.
  • Support/lead root cause analysis and preventive/corrective action follow-ups in the event of an upset condition or release of NH3 at a business unit location.
  • Assist with the professional development of EHS leaders, monthly EHS calls, and design and execution of an annual EHS conference using adult learning concepts that include;
  • Various hazard recognition skills learning for effective safety inspection execution related to food manufacturing for improved workplace conditions and behaviors. Develop and share these techniques with others to develop a team approach for numerous required audits and inspections required in a food manufacturing operation.
  • Leads the planning and implementation of training programs necessary to meet environmental and safety regulatory requirements and established voluntary and international safety, security, and environmental standards.
  • Act in an advisory capacity to hourly and salaried employees on matters involving EHS compliance throughout the entire organization.
  • Coordinate with the Risk Management team and monitor workers compensation claims across the Post network along with guidance for difficult or complex case management with claim adjusters.
  • QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

    EDUCATION:

    Bachelor degree preferred or relevant environmental health and safety experience in manufacturing. Major in Safety, Environmental Health, Engineering, or other technical degree is preferred.

    EXPERIENCE:

  • At least 7 years of applied progressive EHS experience in a manufacturing environment with demonstrated professional expertise and accomplishments leading safety change initiatives, preferably with multi-plant experience.
  • The ability to communicate effectively with people of all levels of education/experience and collaborate with cross-functional teams to reach joint decisions.
  • Capable to identify and resolve problems. To be a value-added business partner.
  • Must have proven experience developing and implementing EHS policies and procedures.
  • Applied knowledge of environmental, health and safety laws and regulations, preferably including Ontario, British Columbia, and Manitoba Provincial rules.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office applications.
  • Must possess excellent organizational and analytical skills.
  • Must be persuasive, diplomatic, and possess good problem solving skills.
  • Able to effectively delegate and get work done through others.
  • Able to inspire passion for safety by delivering impactful key learning’s to drive conformance with legal requirements and influence safe behavior.
  • Action oriented and the capacity to drive for results
  • Must be available to provide support for 24/7 manufacturing operations, including weekend and off shift hours
  • Ability to travel up to 50%, including Canada.

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    Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

    The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.

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