|– To act as the sites’ lead competent person for Health, Safety and Environment (HSE)
– Set the strategic framework for the management of Health, Safety and Environmental standards, engaging stakeholders to ensure that these standards are understood and embedded.
– Develop, review and monitor SHE objectives and targets across the site.
– Provide guidance and advice to the senior team to ensure that the site complies with statutory obligations and best practice.
– Make recommendations, propose options and develop implementation plans to ensure that the site maintains compliance in all areas of HSE.
– Communicate to and influence the senior management team
– Audit high consequence areas such as isolation & lock off, legionella controls, permit implementation etc.
– Work closely with the engineering manager to help them discharge their responsibilities and make sure the right checks and balances are in place
– Liaise with external enforcement agencies where applicable, in a productive, respectful manner
– Promote good practice across the group where applicable
– Provide coaching, specialist advice and practical support on all HSE matters to all levels of the site.
– Implement and oversee the site HSE committees/working group – with Chair of the committee by a Director.
– Keep up to date with new HSE legislation and best practice developments that affect the site, ensuring that when necessary, policies, procedures and processes are appropriately updated.
|– Responsible for the periodic Group HSE performance KPI report.
– Assist in the identification of HSE training needs for employees across the site. Develop, deliver or facilitate this training as required.
– Lead investigations and assist others to investigate incidents / accidents.
– Ensure the effective management of corrective actions, reporting internally and externally if required.
– Ensure the effective communication of lessons learned.
– Develop themselves and ensure their continual professional development (CPD) is up to date
– Work with the personnel teams to ensure a competency framework is implemented to ensure key stakeholders at all levels understand their responsibilities and accountabilities for SHE
– Advise the Managing Director on the RIDDOR Regulations and report incidents on behalf of the site
– Inspect and audit standards (especially high consequence areas) and reporting findings to the Senior Management team
– Advise and support projects and new machinery purchase to ensure our legal requirements are met and we get it ‘right first time’
– Work with the personnel and occupational health teams to ensure that health issues are well managed and risks are reduced
– To complete any other duties and responsibilities when requested
– To carry out the duties and responsibilities of the post at all times
Qualifications & Experience
NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent (European Qualification Framework (EQF) Level 6) Acceptable qualifications – CMIOSH preferable
National / professional qualification (preferably degree level) in Environmental Management
IEMA Associate Certificate
Previous HSE experience (preferably 3-5 years)ideally gained within a manufacturing environment
Experience in planning and implementing projects
Experience of working with and developing partnerships
Experience of giving presentations and/or facilitating workshops
Experience in report writing
Knowledge of ISO14001:2004 and 2015 standard
Up to date knowledge of environmental legislation, such as packaging regulations,