Safety Manager Jobs in Minnesota

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Tony Downs Foods Company - Madelia, MN
Job Information Tony Downs Foods Human Resources/Safety Manager in Madelia, Minnesota Summary: The incumbent is responsible for the assigned Human Resources Administers and Safety of the Tony Downs...
1 day ago
Mortenson Construction - Minneapolis, MN
department Review project work plans to ensure safety is adequately incorporated Provide resource of safety related information Evaluate and offer solutions for industrial hygiene concerns Maintain...
3 days ago
Holcim - Eagan, MN
audits on sites/entities as per the groups yearly schedule....
9 days ago
Smithfield Foods - Saint James, MN
Plant Safety ManagerID 2020-14531Job Locations US-MN-St. JamesCategory QA/Food SafetyType Full-TimeFLSA Status ExemptShift 1st Shift Your Opportunity Smithfield Foods is a $15 billion global food...
10 days ago
Cliffs Natural Resources - Silver Bay, MN
Proactively conduct area tours with focus on hazard identification and MSHA citation mitigation....
12 days ago
FirstGroup plc - Minneapolis, MN
Safety Manager Become a part of our First Transit team as a Safety Manager and oversee an operation's safety program....
13 days ago
Hennepin County Medical Center - Minneapolis, MN
Environmental Health & Safety Manager (200280) SUMMARY: We're currently seeking an Environmental Health & Safety Manager to join our team. This full time role will work days....
13 days ago
Smithfield - Saint James, MN
Your Opportunity Smithfield Foods is a $15 billion global food company and the world's largest pork processor and hog producer. In the United States, the company is also the leader in numerous...
14 days ago
Cantel Medical - Plymouth, MN
What we are looking for QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR POSITION Bachelor's degree in Risk Management, Occupational Safety and Health, Environmental Science, Industrial Hygiene, Chemistry, Industrial Engineering...
16 days ago
First Transit - Minneapolis, MN
Safety Manager Become a part of our First Transit team as a Safety Manager and oversee an operation's safety program....
16 days ago
Minneapolis, MN
Public Safety Supervisor assists with the day to day operations of the department by directly supervising the second and third shift officers, indirectly overseeing the first shift officers when...
60+ days ago
Puris Proteins - Dawson, MN
Implement, coordinate, and lead continuous training program efforts including annual training, new hire training, refresher training, toolbox talks, and authorized level training for specific programs...
60+ days ago

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