Safety, Health, Environmental & Quality Coordinator (SHEQ)

Recruiter
Louise Hewett Recruitment
Location
Kidderminster
Posted
14 Feb 2018
Closes
15 Mar 2018
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job DescriptionThe Company

An established and leading manufacturer of outdoor products, they have a great tradition of supplying a quality range of popular products to both trade and residential customers. The majority of their products are manufactured on site in the UK.

The Role

To support a safe, clean and cost efficient working environment with regard to ensuring compliance with the requirements of Facilities, Health & Safety, Quality and Environmental performance. The primary focus will be health & safety activities.

Responsibilities

Day to day responsibility for site H&S activity at site.
Liaise with management and staff; providing advice and guidance on H&S matters to conform with regulatory requirements.
Provide in-house training with a particular focus on the various departmental specific induction program within the business.
Writing and implementing risk assessments, procedures, safe systems of work and other relevant H&S documentation.
Assist respective departmental managers with internal incident investigations and help to ensure reactive control measures are implemented.
Producing monthly reports and other statistical analysis of various collated safety data.
Undertake spot checks and various audits.
Improve the overall environmental performance of the site.
Assist the site maintenance department in the running of the site facilities management program.
Be responsible for the site Occupational health program.
Chair the site monthly SHE meeting.
Assist in various quality related tasks in compliance with the company's Quality management system, with a particular focus on product safety.

Requirements

MUST have experience in a similar role.
Recognised Health & Safety qualification (NEBOSH Minimum).
Experience of working in a fast paced manufacturing or distribution environment preferable.
Proven experience and competency in providing training.
Self-motivated.
Attention to detail / good observational skills.
Good system skills (Excel and general business systems).
Strong interpersonal skills.
Enthusiasm, drive and a can do attitude.
Excellent communicator across several boundaries.
Strong planning and analytical skills.
Able to work on own initiative and to strict deadlines.
Ability to learn and adapt to situations as they materialise.

Based Near Kidderminster, Worcestershire.
Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5pm.
£20k - £23k.
25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays.

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