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Arkema - King of Prussia, PA
Degree in relevant field of study (e.g. engineering, chemical engineering, chemistry, occupational health & safety) and 15 years minimum industrial experience or MS degree in relevant field of study...
4 days ago
Palmer Group - Des Moines, IA
We are in search of a Safety Manager to drive the safety program for our world class manufacturing client here in Iowa....
8 days ago
Charlotte, NC
Type: Permanent Industry: Manufacturing & Dist / Packaging Function: Quality Assurance / Safety Job Level: Standard Management (Manager/Supervisor of Staff) Education: Some College Salary: $55-65k SUMMARY...
23 days ago
The Weitz Company - Des Moines, IA
Qualified women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Weitz is a drug and alcohol free workplace.
30+ days ago
Weitz - Cedar Rapids, IA
The Safety Manager is responsible for leading safety initiatives over the Industrial bus iness unit....
30+ days ago

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Professional Firework Safety Essentials

This course introduces a set of interlocking courses that form preparation for a practical course on planning, rigging, and firing firework shows. This in turn is a pre-requisite in New Zealand...


Understanding Confluence for users, managers and admins

This Introduction to Confluence course is intended to be to get you up to speed on how to be more productive and effective in Confluence. With almost 5 hours of content, we'll focus on...


Effective Communication Skills for Managers

Learn key communication techniques and strategies needed by managers in any business or organisation by studying the course Effective Communication Skills for Managers. The course begins by...


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