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Precision Castparts - Henderson, NV
Conduct periodic safety audits. Report findings. Take action to address findings....
3 days ago
Maersk - Los Angeles, CA
Complete incident investigation reports when necessary....
3 days ago
ECC - Chico, CA
Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) designation HAZWOPER Supervisor Certification USACE Contractor Quality Management (CQM) Training Equal Opportunity Employer...
2 days ago
Fresenius Medical Care - Concord, CA
Develops and oversees company training programs for employees in areas such as compliance training, lab/plant inspection, hazardous material handling, emergency response, industrial hygiene, and life...
2 days ago
Gulfstream Strategic Placements, Llc - San Francisco, CA
Construction Site Safety Manager Company: Gulfstream Strategic Placements, LLC Location: San Francisco Posted on: February 14, 2019 Job Description: Job Duties:Visit multiple job sites to ensure federal...
3 days ago
US Foods - Fort Mill, SC
Leads assigned SHE incident investigations as directed by Corporate leadership and internal counsel. Investigates Ethics Line concerns as requested....
2 days ago
Konecranes - Denver, CO
Ensure the effectiveness of day to day safety compliance and procedures....
2 days ago
Silver Spring, MD
Please follow all instructions carefully) Overview Open & closing dates Opening and closing dates 02/15/2019 to 03/04/2019 Service Competitive Pay scale & grade GS 14 Salary $114,590 to $148,967...
2 days ago
Konecranes - Denver, CO
Ensure the effectiveness of day to day safety compliance and procedures....
2 days ago
Swinerton Inc. - Dallas, TX
Safety Manager Assist in the development of environmental and industrial hygiene training and educational programs Assist Operations to develop division safety and cost budgeting to be included in annual...
1 day ago
Accenture Inc - New York, NY
Finance & Risk Regulatory & Compliance Manager Join Accenture Consulting and you will work alongside fellow industry experts to lead transformational projects, and define cutting edge solutions,...
1 day ago
SYSCO - Plainfield, IN
Attained or is working toward certification as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Other pertinent safety certification or designations are desirable as well....
1 day ago
Talentstorm Recruiting - Newark, NJ
Quality & Safety Manager- Program Development & Training centered around Workers Comp....
1 day ago
Aerotek - Hillsdale, NJ
Perform frequent safety compliance inspections of "active" internal and subcontractor work locations. Locations will be identified every day prior to work activities....
1 day ago
Lowe's - Odessa, TX
Position DescriptionThis position implements loss prevention and safety programs, overseeing and coordinating processes to minimize loss while maintaining a safe working and shopping environment....
16 hours ago

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