Regional SHE Advisor (Cambridgeshire)

  • Permanent
  • Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
  • £45,000 to £47,500 per annum

Regional SHE Advisor – Cambridgeshire

Permanent – £45,000 to £47,500 + 10% Bonus, £6500 Vehicle + Comprehensive Package

Here we have a fantastic opportunity to join a leading 5* developer in one of their very busy regions, they take their H&S very seriously so this is going to be a position that comes with responsibility and a chance to influence their site management teams. We have been supporting this company for years and have people working presently within many of their UK regions.

There’s a lot to like, totally hybrid working, decent package, all expenses paid weekly and up to 41 days holiday (inc BH) per year, in return my client need someone who is passionate about H&S, a strong character that can build rapport, has an eye for detail and a diplomatic approach to site based problem solving.

What you get?

  • Salary + Comprehensive Package
  • Vehicle or allowance
  • 28 Days Holiday + 8 Bank Holidays (Purchase extra 5 if needs be)
  • Private Healthcare
  • Matched contributory pension
  • Share Incentives

About You?

  • Experienced H&S professional, ideally New Build Construction, Civils, Groundworks or similar remits
  • NEBOSH Construction, applicants working towards L6 / Diploma will be of real interest)
  • Member of IOSH, someone on a path to becoming chartered is of particular interest
  • Strong communicator, able to build relationshis with site teams and sub-contractors
  • Working independantly, you’ll be quite autonomous so we need someone very self sufficient and able to adapt to anything

The role

  • Identify the roles and responsibilities of the group in respect of the CDM Regulations for each project and agree a course of action with the Business Manager and Site Manager to satisfy these requirements.
  • Facilitate the implementation of policies and procedures within business units to help reduce risk and support a positive SHE culture.
  • Proactively drive and promote the Group’s behavioural approach through site visits, management meetings and forums.
  • Support the successful implementation of the Group’s ActivSHEQ database through promotion and of the system at site level and input of data required by an SHE Advisor in accordance with company guidance and timescales.
  • Support SHE line management in the implementation of all Group SHE Standards and report any issues arising on site or within business units which may have an impact on SHE compliance and/or SHE resource requirements.
  • Support the business in measuring and monitoring performance against the Group and Divisional Sustainability Route Maps.
  • Maintain a dynamic and driven approach to promoting and supporting SHE across the Group.
  • Assist site management in preparing the construction SHE Plans prior to a project commencing and review them at each monthly safety, health, and environmental review to plan for future activities.
  • Where working practices pose a significant risk to safety, health, or the environment, ensure that the unsafe operation is stopped, that site and business unit management are informed immediately and provide the appropriate support, advice, and assistance in identifying and implementing the necessary remedial actions.
  • Provide suitable safety, health, and environmental information to the business in the form of staff briefings, annual update forums, workshops, presentations, etc. and support and participate in any company induction programmes, as appropriate.
  • Identify areas/operations that require specific safety, health and/or environmental instructions and organise and undertake this instruction on site, as required.
  • Provide information in the form of instructions, Best Practice Guidance, Codes of Practice, Information Sheets etc., and ensure site teams are provided with Group communications on safe working practices and alerts.
  • Ensure induction instructions are reviewed every month for relevance to current operations and ensure they are effectively carried out on each project.
  • Assist project teams in the review of high-risk contractors’ method statements, provide any assistance required in assessing other method statements and monitor the implementation of the same on site.
  • Assist business units in the performance management of subcontractors.
  • Assist business units in closing out all incident investigations promptly and completely. Ensure all investigation recommendations are implemented.
  • Liaise with Business Unit Managers on a project’s safety, health, and environmental standards.

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