HSE Manager

  • Permanent
  • North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
  • £50,000 to £55,000 per annum

A client of mine who is a leading House Builder and Construction Company are looking for a Safety, Health and Environment Manager to join thier team, covering various sites across Newcastle, Liverpool and Yorkshire. The SHE Manager’s main objective is to prevent accidents, injuries and work-related illnesses in the workplace by ensuring the company’s operations are executed at all times in such a manner as to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all employees and others who may be affected by its operations. The SHE Manager shall be responsible for ensuring SHE Advisors undertake their roles and responsibilities as set out in the SHE Advisor’s roles & responsibilities.

What we would like from you:

Key Responsibilities –

  • Keep up to date with legislation and record ‘Continued Professional Development’ (CPD), understand legal responsibilities regarding Safety Health & Environmental.
  • Review current Safety Health & Environmental policy and procedure, carrying out a gap analysis to spot areas of strength an improvement.
  • Monitor frameworks for Safety Health & Environmental, ensuring they are successfully adopted and embedded throughout the organisation.
  • Ensure monitoring and review of SHE management across all sites and premises is being carried out on a regular basis as per company procedures.
  • Ensure relevant escalation if company procedures are not being followed and corrective action is required.
  • Driving engagement with senior stakeholders, providing a clear understanding of Safety Health & Environmental performance through use of data and reporting.
  • Identify areas where recruitment and or training will be required, ensuring that this is embedded within Safety Health & Environmental management.
  • Implement initiatives to reduce the level of work-related accidents and/or occupational hazards.
  • Ensure accidents are investigated to find out their causes and measures are taken to prevent recurrence.
  • Ensure accidents and incidents are reported to regulatory bodies e.g. HSE where appropriate.
  • Review SHE KPI data; leading and lagging indicators, accident and incident information, inspection and audit results and discuss with the SHE Management Team during regular SHE meetings.
  • Attend third party industry related meetings e.g. HBF, IOSH, HSE etc.
  • Manage and lead a team of SHE Advisors.
  • Monitor and ensure suitable and sufficient resource is available at all times.
  • Collaborate with Group Commercial to monitor and review SHE aspects of supply chain & purchasing management i.e. trade standards etc.
  • Collaborate with Group Technical, to monitor and review management of CDM i.e. Client, PD responsibilities etc. pre-construction works, temporary works designs & management.

Competencies –

  • NEBOSH Diploma or Equivalent NVQ (level 6)
  • Must have construction experience
  • Possess good leadership skills
  • Ideal candidate must be comfortable presenting and chairing meetings at senior level management, confident, approachable, organised with good time management skills.
  • Ideal candidate must be comfortable presenting and chairing meetings at senior level management, confident, approachable, organised with good time management skills.

Desirable –

  • Ideally be a member of IOSH at least at Tech level
  • CISRS Scaffold Inspection
  • Temporary Works Awareness/Coordinator
  • CDM Awareness
  • CIRIA/IEMA
  • ISO 45001 Awareness

Benefits

  • Competitive salary and package
  • 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays, and the option to buy or sell up to 5 days per annum
  • Company Contributory Pension Scheme
  • Private Healthcare
  • Sharesave scheme
  • Company car, car allowance or travel allowance (role and geographic dependant)
  • Support with a professional membership

To apply for this position please email an updated version of your CV to chall@strideresourcing.com or call me on 02392322318.

stride is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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