Currie & Brown is currently looking for a full time Health & Safety manager for our client in Weybridge. This is a key role to help lead safety functions across the site and ensure compliance with all aspects of health and safety legislation and best practice at Weybridge. We are looking for a Health & Safety Manager that will have autonomy and be a trusted and valued member of the team. We are looking for an experienced, collaborative and autonomous Health & Safety professional who holds passion and enthusiasm for Health & Safety and has significant experience within the Construction Industry,
The successful candidate(s) must live within commutable distance to Weybridge/Woking area. The role is primarily managing Health & safety performance on the site, supporting the client in raising the standards of Health & Safety of the incumbent contractors, achieving successful outcomes for our clients, enhancing their culture and reinforcing our reputation as a preferred service provider.
Responsibilities for the successful candidate will include: Building relationships with key stakeholders and operational staff to deliver safe working practises on site. Drive the best-in-class H&S culture and be the catalyst for change` Liaising regularly with site teams Contribute to the development of the strategic and operational H&S objectives of the site Responsible for ensuring that risks in the workplace are controlled and that the organisation is successfully meeting safety standards. Maintaining Health & Safety performance Check policies and procedures are being properly implemented. Provide monthly reporting to the client and stakeholders Develop the system and processes necessary from procurement / tendering through vetting, induction, permits, RAMS etc. to supervision, monitoring and de-brief Develop the construction standards working closely with the H&S team at Defra. Provide suggestions and strategy for improvement and advise on H&S initiative and run with it Create KPI’s for all the contractor and provide a monthly report. Contractor liaison (engagement) – working with everyone on site to improve standards through various interventions. Providing health & safety training and presentations Induction, training and competence development and delivery
Requirements: NEBOSH qualifications or equivalent at degree level SMSTS, various other construction-based H&S courses Proven experience of managing operational and strategic health and safety. A keen eye to spot and adequate knowledge to advise on Health & safety non-compliance. Must understand CDM 2015 regulations and its application. Experience of driving a good H&S culture developing and running H&S safety initiatives. Up to date with new legislation and maintains a working knowledge of all Health and Safety Executive (HSE) legislation and any developments. Can advise and lead on a range of specialist areas, e.g., H&S strategy to raise standards, incidents & near misses, noise, excavations, temporary works, demolition and mental health. Experience of providing training. The person we are looking for should be affable, amicable and firm if required with good organisational skills, ability to work without supervision but still deliver excellence. Promote a positive health and safety culture. Good technical writing, client-facing and communication skills The individual needs to be proactive and take pride in his work. Well-organised, diligent, proactive, assertive, well-disciplined and commercially astute A team player with a ‘can-do’ attitude, Diplomatic, respectful and flexible The successful applicants will be subject to CTC Clearance check as part of our recruitment process.
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