Full time 8:30-5 Mon - Fri
£28,000 - £31,000
Are you a HSE Officer looking for a new opportunity? Do you have experience in manufacturing and hold an IOSH/Nebosh certificate or HSE related qualification/degree? If so, then read on to find out more.
I am currently working with a market leading company based in Derby to recruit for a HSE Officer on a full time basis with an early finish at 3pm on a Friday! This is a standalone role, so the successful candidate will manage the Health & Safety Process for the business.
You will provides daily support for site activities by monitoring performance against Company and HSE designated standards, overseeing site security and ensuring a safe, secure working environment while protecting company assets and supporting Crisis Management Coordination if required. You will also offer ongoing support for the business on all Covid-19 prevention activities.
Role & Responsibilities:
Build and implement programs to achieve the company's goal of target zero and to drive continuous programs towards a sustainable operation.
Achieve, sustain, and improve upon regulatory compliance with regional, country, and local environmental, health & safety (EHS) regulations.
Prepare and update system standards and procedures relevant to HSE activities and maintain them in the controlled documents.
Carry out audits and sample surveys on work activities to provide certainty that correct methods of work are being used.
Participate in individual incident investigations and manage the incident investigation and reporting system for personnel.
Ensure adequate number of trained First Aiders on site as well as Fire Marshals.
Manage the annual visit by insurers to conduct the annual insurance site safety risk assessment.
Chair and lead the Safety Committee.
Ensuring the site complies to REACH regulations and COSHH requirements for handling and management of chemicals on site.
Be focal point and Company representative for all matters for HSE.
Prepare programmes and participate in Safety Training Sessions for employees and employee inductions for HSE topics.
Conduct the Annual Fire Risk Assessment as required for the insurers.
Preparation of key performance indicators for HSE activities.
Assist and provide support to the Engineering Manager to enable the successful introduction of engineering projects and improvements to current equipment.
Maintenance of technical skill profile to meet site and business needs.
Maintain and improve preventative audits/systems and ensure that recovery plans such as business continuity and emergency procedures remain up to date.
Supporting the management on any claims to our insurers.
Providing training to employees no day-to-day safety requirements and activities, e.g., PPE, working at height, manual handling, DSE, and other machinery safety as required.
Facilities management tasks: fire safety and servicing (including server room pressure testing, LOLLER and PUWER, security alarm servicing and day-to-day monitoring, Legionella inspections, and emergency lighting.
Managing routine health surveillance as required, e.g., hearing tests, etc.
Supporting the GM and HR Manager issue and enforce all Covid-19 policies, tracking of infections, and general support for the Hands, Face, Space prevention efforts.
Essential candidate requirements:
Relevant degree qualification in an HSE related discipline (or equivalent experience in an HSE leadership role)
3+ years site level experience directly overseeing HSE
Experience in manufacturing
Understanding of ISO 14000
Experience conducting risk assessments
Technically astute and numerate
Strong interpersonal skills and able to motivate others
Able to communicate at all levels
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