£40000 - £50000 per annum + staff benefits
over 1 year ago
HSE Advisor Facilities & Mechanical Integrity, Permanent Staff Role
The position of HSE Advisor - Facilities & Mechanical Integrity, reports to the clients Site Manager.
This position shall ensure that identified Health, Safety and Environment [HSE] requirements are implemented by appropriate personnel and contractors in all site work areas. The position shall also ensure that HSE processes are being adhered to (audit / assess) in accordance with Corporate standards and all relevant UK legislated standards for Health, Safety and Environment.
Key Outputs: what will you be doing?
- Responsibility to assist in the development and implementation of the HSE Strategic Plan for the site.
- Lead or support Hazard Identification, Risk Assessments and site facilities inspections to ensure equipment / facilities are installed correctly / safely.
- Assist in conducting Incident Investigations - including any major incidents.
- Participate in Corporate Global HSE networks to develop internal safety policies, strategies and communications.
- Participate / lead HSE meetings, presentations and training to ensure effective and timely communication and responses from senior management/colleagues to Corporate / UK HSE issues and information.
- Notify, liaise and consult with relevant authorities (HSE etc) and outside stakeholders to ensure expectations are met in the area of HSE performance.
- Keep up to date and ensure compliance with current UK HSE legislation
- Work closely with the HSE Leader and Site Operational Integrity Committee [OIC] to enhance the awareness and management of HSE for all colleagues, contractors and the public, with the aim of continuous improvement in site HSE performance.
- Ensure Contractors coordinate appropriate orientation or other training for personnel commencing sub-contract work on site in compliance with UK and HSE policy and procedures
What skills will you gain from this role?
This is an opportunity to work in a varied role with exposure to all areas of the business and work with colleagues at all levels.
A successful candidate is likely to have:
- Demonstrable experience in an industry related Health and Safety role.
- Formally recognised Occupational Health & Safety Qualification
- Practical knowledge and understanding of UK Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 (HSWA) and other relevant legislation e.g. provision and use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER); Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 (PSSR).
- Strong leadership, planning skills and ability to successfully prioritise.
- Ability to collaborate and communicate effectively.
- Experience in delivery of Safety Training [desirable].