Initial 3 month contract
Pay rate - £24.03/hr Limited
Through the application of Best Practice Health and Safety Management Techniques assist the Senior Management Team in working towards a positive Health and Safety culture within the site.
Ensure that all levels of Management recognise and implement the necessary activities and actions to ensure compliance with legislative requirements.
Manage and develop the Health, Safety and Environmental function of the business to ensure that it has the right skills, processes, materials, information and procedures to consistently meet legislative requirements, Customers requirements and the standards established by formal management systems (e.g. ISO 14001 / ISO 9001 / ISO 50001 / OHSAS 18001 and BRC).
Be the appointed responsible person for HSE issues within the site and provide support as required.
Provide specialist advice on safety, health and environmental issues to all staff.
Support the Operations Manager in developing the annual HSE Plan and ensure that objectives and targets are monitored monthly.
Identify areas of risk within the business and develop measures to reduce and control.
Ensure the site complies with all Divisional Policies and Procedures.
Assist in the development of new procedures and guidance to enable the business to remain compliant with legislation and industry standards.
Develop and mentor the employees to ensure understanding, competence and compliance with the rules of H&S.
Liaise with Statutory Authorities such as HSE, legal bodies, Head Office and Clients representatives.
Ensure all accidents, incidents, near misses and property damage are appropriately reported and investigated whilst assisting Managers in continually improving on safety targets.
Arrange regular meetings with the site Safety Committee to discuss performance and progress of HSE issues.
Ensure HSE data is recorded and undertake analysis of results to determine risks to the business and trends and produce reports as required.
Be a persuasive communicator, able to express views to diverse groups both internally and externally.
Ensure all employee safety competences are recorded and visible to the Management Team via a matrix.
Drive a safety improvement culture, ensuring that all employees are engaged and participative in this process.
Ensure that the site is compliant with all current and future legislative requirements.
Innovation of new processes and procedures to ensure continued development of on-site safety programmes.
Education & Certifications
Essential: Membership/qualification from a relevant professional body (NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent)
Desirable: Environmental qualification (IEMA or equivalent)
Job Specific Essential Requirements
*Problem solving techniques
*Customer relations skills
*IT literate in spreadsheets, word and emails etc.
*Industry standards/guidelines (e.g. Pharmaceutical Code of Practice/Hygiene Regulations).
*Strong Numerical and Verbal skills.
*The candidate needs to be capable of a multi-site role to give us the flexibility if and when required.
Essential: A minimum of 2 years' experience in a manufacturing environment.
- Health Safety Environmental Manager manufacturing NEBOSH Management systems Operations
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