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HSE Advisor (Health & Safety Environment Advisor)

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Job ID:

1704041

Location:

West Midlands 

Salary:

£35,000.00 per annum
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Job Views:

1

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

09/09/2020

Closing Date:

07/10/2020
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Job Description:

Excellent opportunity for an experienced HSE Advisor with the potential to quickly be promoted to Management opportunity.

The role's primary purpose is to ensure that facilities are operated safely, that a culture of safe working is promoted across the workforce, and that the environmental impact is minimised. Also, the role holder to retain primary responsibility for communicating with regulators, such as the EA and HSE, and third-party auditors of our health & safety and environmental management systems, together with ensuring compliance with site operating permits.

The role will be based at our main site in Coventry, West Midlands, with occasional travel (approx 1 day per week) to a secondary site in Willenhall, West Midlands.

Specific duties include, without limitation, to:

Health & Safety

-Promote safe working practices, working with seven IOSH-trained operational department managers and shift supervisors
-Host and maintain external HS/E/Q audits from regulatory bodies, insurers, customers & other interested parties
-Review certifications and recommend HS&E Training appropriate to meet the needs of the business
-Ensure training records are updated with HR
-COSHH Management, including COSHH and risk assessments for the site
-Ensure all certifications/inspection/servicing requirements are maintained in accordance with current legislation, including Fire certification and compliance
-Carry out assessment and regular reviews of site working practices
-Ensure all accidents and near miss investigations are carried out.
-Support managers to ensure all onsite contractor processes are in accordance with requirements.
-Provide visual KPI's throughout the site to encourage positive trends in safe and environmentally sensitive working practices
Environment
-Managing communication with, and reporting to, third parties, such as the Environment Agency.
-Ensuring compliance with site permit conditions, and all applicable environmental legislation
-Maintenance of Waste Transfer Notes and relevant regulatory notifications for exports of controlled wastes
-Managing information required for quarterly submissions to the National Packaging Waste Database to support the claiming of Packaging Recovery Notes (PRNs)
The Candidate

-The successful candidate will hold a NEBOSH Certificate in Occupational health and environmental management. CMIOSH would be desirable.
-Previous working experience working in a QHSE Management position for a minimum off 3- 5 years is essential
-Previous working experience in a recycling or metals foundry environment is highly desirable
-Internal ISO:9001 auditing accreditation would be essential
-Previous experience of direct dealing with the Environment Agency is preferred
-The successful HSE Advisor will have the ability to communicate at all levels within a business
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HSE Advisor (Health & Safety Environment Advisor)

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Job ID:

1704041

Location:

West Midlands 

Salary:

£35,000.00 per annum
col-narrow-right 

Job Views:

1

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

09/09/2020

Closing Date:

07/10/2020
col-wide 

Job Description:

Excellent opportunity for an experienced HSE Advisor with the potential to quickly be promoted to Management opportunity.

The role's primary purpose is to ensure that facilities are operated safely, that a culture of safe working is promoted across the workforce, and that the environmental impact is minimised. Also, the role holder to retain primary responsibility for communicating with regulators, such as the EA and HSE, and third-party auditors of our health & safety and environmental management systems, together with ensuring compliance with site operating permits.

The role will be based at our main site in Coventry, West Midlands, with occasional travel (approx 1 day per week) to a secondary site in Willenhall, West Midlands.

Specific duties include, without limitation, to:

Health & Safety

-Promote safe working practices, working with seven IOSH-trained operational department managers and shift supervisors
-Host and maintain external HS/E/Q audits from regulatory bodies, insurers, customers & other interested parties
-Review certifications and recommend HS&E Training appropriate to meet the needs of the business
-Ensure training records are updated with HR
-COSHH Management, including COSHH and risk assessments for the site
-Ensure all certifications/inspection/servicing requirements are maintained in accordance with current legislation, including Fire certification and compliance
-Carry out assessment and regular reviews of site working practices
-Ensure all accidents and near miss investigations are carried out.
-Support managers to ensure all onsite contractor processes are in accordance with requirements.
-Provide visual KPI's throughout the site to encourage positive trends in safe and environmentally sensitive working practices
Environment
-Managing communication with, and reporting to, third parties, such as the Environment Agency.
-Ensuring compliance with site permit conditions, and all applicable environmental legislation
-Maintenance of Waste Transfer Notes and relevant regulatory notifications for exports of controlled wastes
-Managing information required for quarterly submissions to the National Packaging Waste Database to support the claiming of Packaging Recovery Notes (PRNs)
The Candidate

-The successful candidate will hold a NEBOSH Certificate in Occupational health and environmental management. CMIOSH would be desirable.
-Previous working experience working in a QHSE Management position for a minimum off 3- 5 years is essential
-Previous working experience in a recycling or metals foundry environment is highly desirable
-Internal ISO:9001 auditing accreditation would be essential
-Previous experience of direct dealing with the Environment Agency is preferred
-The successful HSE Advisor will have the ability to communicate at all levels within a business