SHE Advisor

England, London
£40000 - £52000 per annum
24 Nov 2016
24 Dec 2016
Phillip Muston
Contract Type
Full Time

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced safety professional to join a leading multinational infrastructure and engineering company working on a large civil engineering framework (valued £100 million) in West London. The ideal candidate will have experience working on projects from start to finish and have worked on complex civil engineering projects in the past, with some build/construction experience being a distinct advantage.

The Role:

To support the development of a strong Health and Safety focused culture across the project and promote good safety behaviours

To be an expert in Health and Safety legislation and best practice to assist with compliance and continuous improvement

To support the development of measurement systems to ensure that Health and Safety performance are accurately monitored

To liaise with employees, subcontractors and suppliers on Health and Safety matters as required

To identify possible operational risks or opportunities and work with central Health and Safety Team to ensure an appropriate and effective response

To support the development of briefing and communication strategies to ensure that the Health and Safety plan and important information is understood and operated by all employees and subcontractors

To promote company values in all dealings with other employees, clients, subcontractors and other external contacts

The Candidate:

5 + years health & safety experience

NEBOSH Construction Certificate as a minimum

CMIOSH or working towards

Must have relevant Civil engineering experience

Experience managing individual project

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