Health & Safety Advisor
Gi Professional are working with one of the UKs largest Renewable energy and waste management organisations. Due to continued success and growth, we are now looking to recruit an Health,
Safety, Security & Assurance Advisor for our clients team covering All of Scotland, working 37.5 hours a week.
In return for your hard work as an Health, Safety, Security & Assurance Advisor, we
can offer a salary of £30,000 - £45,000 per annum plus excellent benefits.
The ideal Health, Safety, Security & Assurance Advisor:
- NEBOSH National Certificate or equivalent level 3 qualification in Occupational
Safety and Health
- Experience in a specialist Health & Safety role advising a business on systems
and processes and/or have had a front line Health & Safety responsibility.
- Full UK driving licence.
Health, Safety, Security & Assurance Advisor Responsibilities include:
- Provide professional advice to the business on all matters relating to HSSA.
- Assist the Head of HSSA to plan, produce, implement, monitor and
review the organisation's H&S management system.
- Assisting with the preparation of Health & Safety strategies and ensuring the
management system reflects the stated H & S policy document
- Ensuring that the management system are risk focussed and implemented
- Identifying, from findings relating to incidents, near misses, hazards and
inspections, where improvements and/or modifications to the management
system are required
- Support the business to investigate incidents, including technical advice and
guidance to identify root cause and practical actions to prevent reoccurrence.
- Monitor, review and recommend system improvements driven by information
using leading indicators, leadership skills and core values and competencies
- Ensuring that the functional managers within the business understand their
responsibilities for managing the Health & Safety of their teams
- Keeping up to date with new legislation and maintaining a working knowledge
of all Health & Safety legislation, Health and Safety Executive (HSE) documents
and any developments that particularly affect the waste industry