The Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Manager is responsible for managing, maintaining and improving safety in the workplace. Is also responsible for ensuring that legislation is adhered to and complied with in order to manage the planning, implementing, monitoring and reviewing of the health, safety and environmental strategies. In addition, the HSE Manager is responsible for undertaking inspections, carrying out accident investigations, keeping records and writing safety case reports. The position reports directly to the Managing Director.
" Ensure that all personnel are fully aware of HSE policies and procedures. This will include site induction for the business.
" Be aware of new or existing safety legislation, approved codes of practice, guidance notes, and government reports and implement best practice.
" Promote guidance, advice, understanding and compliance across the company with requirements in COSHH, Manual Handling, PPE, DSE, Environmental, Waste Management and Health and Hygiene standards and objectives.
" Implement corporate safety training policy as applicable to the needs and requirements of the business.
" Monitor minor and major modifications to ensure that risk assessments have been undertaken to the required standard.
" Plan and ensure that audits are carried out to establish that the company meets current legislative requirements, and its own HSE targets.
" Plan, assist and participate in safety audits of contractors employed by the company and submit written reports.
" Investigate and report all accidents and near misses.
" Partake in disciplinary investigations for the business that relate to HSE issues.
" Chair and minute regular site HSE meetings.
" Perform induction training for new staff and contractors in HSE related matters.
" Develop and implement ISO14000 compliant Environment Management System.
" Act as the key site person for all activities associated with the permit to operate including data capture and annual reporting of the solvent management plan to the local Council.
Qualifications & Experience
Degree in an Engineering discipline (or other related discipline).
Extensive experience in health, safety and environment.
L3 NEBOSH General Certificate in Health and Safety.
Chartered Health and Safety Practitioner (IOSH).
Strategic management skills
Occupational safety, health and environment awareness
Performance management skills
Management & leadership skills
Good communication and reporting skills