Our client is a leader in the installation of M + E works, HVAC systems and Ducting into high tech facilities such as the nuclear, pharmaceutical, power, W2E and life science construction. Due to expansion within the business they are looking for a Health & Safety Manager to join their nuclear division at Sellafield.
You will ideally have experience of gold a senior EHS Advisor’s role in an M + E or construction environment, with the nuclear industry background not an essentiality
Uou will be required to maintain injury free workplaces where everybody goes home safely
Ensure safe working in company workplaces without harm to people, property or the environment
Provide company management with EHS advice and guidance
Be a proactive member of the EHS team
Ensure the continuous Improvement of safety, health and the environment
Core responsibilities are: –
Implement company ‘Core Values’
Actively encourage implementation of company ‘Best Practice / Best Known Methods’
Implement company, client and legislative EHS requirements
Provide EHS advice and guidance
Ensure company EHS policies and procedures meet legislative requirements
Gauge legislative compliance of the Project site
Undertake health, safety and environmental audits
Notify all adverse events in compliance with company Policy
Undertake accident & injury incident investigation and reporting.
Collate adverse event data (including near misses, first aids, incidents, diseases, dangerous occurrences) and attendance hours worked (contractors, freelance personnel and company employees) from all company workplaces on a monthly basis and produce safety statistics and analysis. Provide data to EHS department, where requested to parent company.
Prepare monthly safety reports for Lead EHS Manager identifying key issues, initiatives and safety performance.
Provide EHS advice, coaching, training, information and guidance to all levels of the company
Facilitate the company safety objectives, promoting active safety awareness and ownership.
Assist in the development and implementation of safety programmes to prevent or correct unsafe working conditions, utilizing knowledge of engineering technology, industrial processes, mechanics, chemistry, psychology, industrial health and safety regulations, standards, and best practices where practicable.
Remain knowledgeable of current legislation, initiatives and best practice within the field of manufacturing and construction health, safety and environmental management.
Ensure legally required notices are displayed in company premises
Liaise with contractors, clients and relevant government bodies to improve safety standards as necessary
Identify safety related training requirements for company employees and liaise with the lead EHS Manager / HR dept. to compile training programmes, training budgets and sourcing of training providers
Maintain and safeguard all required statutory records and reports.
Skills Certification Scheme card holder
Construction safety experience
Manufacturing safety experience
Safety management experience
Knowledge of UK health, safety and environmental legislation
Computer literate, as minimum Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint
Ability to influence others at all levels of the company
Able to deliver training
Fully conversant with recognised EHS management systems – OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001
Highly Desirable (but not essential)
British Safety Council Level 6 Diploma or NEBOSH Diploma
IOSH / IEMA Membership
Our client is offering a salary of up to £45k per annum to be based on site at Sellafield. However, they will also offer the role to someone based close to their head office in Bury, Lancashire, which then include a 15% uplift (up to £6,750 plus a living away allowance.
If you have the aforementioned skills and experience, we are keen to hear from you.
Please contact Clare Golding on 07799 886594 for more details or email a copy of your CV to prompt a callback.