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Berry Global Group | Chippewa Falls, WI
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About Berry Global, Inc. We are proud to be a leading global manufacturer of plastic packaging products and protection materials serving multiple markets including food and beverage, personal care, pet care, household chemical, foodservice, healthcare and industrial. Serving more than 16,000 customers, including some of the world's largest consumer packaging (CPG) manufacturers, we are strategically expanding internationally to serve the needs of the rapidly growing global markets. With a history of acquisitions, we have grown to account for over 120 manufacturing locations and employ over 20,000 individuals around the world. Our Chippewa Falls, WI location specializes in blown and cast film production. Internship Program Join us this summer in an internship assignment. Our mission is to foster an environment of learning and application. Our commitment is to provide you with a real-life, meaningful experience where you will manage projects from start to finish, network with cross-functional teams, and give a final presentation to showcase your excellent work. We strive to challenge you and reward you for good work. JOB TITLE: Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) Intern DIVISION: Engineered Materials LOCATION(S): Chippewa Falls, WI STATUS: Hourly (paid) Internship Summary The EHS Intern provides support to the overall EHS program and assists the EHS Manager as well as working with other departments to achieve desired EHS goals. The EHS intern will work directly with the EHS Manager in a hands-on position with assigned projects and deliverables. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: * Develop and conduct safety communication and training aimed at reducing exposure to workplace hazards and compliance with applicable standards. * Support location assessments (e.g. audits, inspections, ergonomics evaluation, incident investigations, etc.) with site management. Recommend and assist in the execution of corrective actions. * Promote site safety engagement through activities such as safety committee participation, safety suggestion program, behavior based safety, etc. * Assist with various document and record-keeping requirements including data entry, database maintenance and archiving. * Track and analyze key safety performance indicators to determine appropriate countermeasures. Core Projects/Responsibilities * Reformat and document all current Lockout-Tagout current energy control procedures. Assist with identifying, developing, and documenting any other new/required energy control procedures. * Completion, documentation, and prioritization of machine guarding audit. * Interface with Value Stream Managers, Team Members and senior management to drive EHS continual improvements. * Develop and present a final presentation to showcase you internship projects and work. Basic Qualifications: 1. Students pursuing a degree in Risk Control/EHS or Manufacturing Engineering 2. Graduate students preferred 3. Good interpersonal and written communication skills 4. Ability to work in teams, set priorities, and multi-task 5. Ability to solve problems, draw conclusions, and make recommendations 6. Ability to travel when required 7. Familiarity with Microsoft Office suite software 8. Follow all company safety, environmental, and department of health requirements ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDS Frequency Key: Rarely 1-5% of work day or >30 minutes/day Occasionally 6-33% of work day or 31 min to3 hrs/day Frequently 34-66% of work day or 3 hrs to 6 hrs/day Continuously 67% + of work day or <6> Critical Demand Overall Frequency Sitting Occasionally Standing Work Frequently Walking Occasionally Forward Bending (repeated) Occasionally Forward Bending (sustained) Rarely Crouch, Kneel, Half Kneel (repeated) Occasionally Crouch, Kneel, Half Kneel (sustained) Occasionally Rotation, Standing Frequently Climbing (ladders/stairs) Occasionally Exposure to Environmental Conditions (noise, fumes, odors, dust, hazards) Continuously Lifting (up to 10 lbs) Frequently Lifting (10 - 25 lbs) Occasionally Lifting (25 - 40 lbs) Rarely