Job vacancy!

Come and join the EVE team as Operational Health and Safety Manager!

Salary and Benefits: Dependent on Experience + Car Allowance

This is new role reporting to the Director responsible for Health and Safety. The Health and Safety Manager will be responsible for ensuring the implementation of the operational health and safety requirements for the company’s managed sites. The role will be diverse in nature, working across the organisation, requiring travel to multiple sites around the U.K. Some overnight stays may be required. The ideal candidate will be approachable, self-motivated and determined to maintain high standards of operational safety.

A good environmental awareness and understanding of environmental management and EA permitting will also be an advantage.

The role will include, but is not limited to;

  • Undertaking health and safety audits, inspections and provision of advice and guidance on operational sites and those under construction
  • Contributing at process safety meetings, including HAZOP
  • Development of Standard Operating Procedures and site documentation to ensure documented safe systems of work
  • Risk assessment reviews with site staff
  • Leading H&S meetings with site H&S reps to ensure performance reports are accurate
  • Accident and Incident Investigation
  • Continuous improvement of Health and Safety Management and Compliance Systems to with the aim of achieving 45001 certification
  • Manage the organisations training and competency matrix
  • Liaise with external bodies as required to ensure health and safety compliance

You will need 4+ years in a health and safety advisory or management position within a regulated industry, such as construction or the energy sector, preferably with experience of working in a multi-site environment. A good understanding and experience of HSG65 or ISO health and safety management systems, COSHH, CDM, PSSR, process safety, auditing and inspection is required to be successful in the role.

Experience of delivering training is desirable, though not essential.

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