Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Manager
SHEQ Manager role at large carpentry subcontractor, based in West London.
Your new company
On behalf of our client, a large carpentry subcontractor based in Ruislip, West London, we are currently recruiting for a SHEQ Manager in order to expand their team.
Your new role
The main purpose of the role is to to manage and maintain the company's QSHE systems and procedures both on and off site. Reporting directly to the Senior Management, your duties will include: Providing guidance and advice to the business on compliance with statutory requirements and company standards; Undertaking risk assessments and compiling safe systems of work. Working with operational teams to ensure that QSHE is considered at all stages and that relevant control measures are identified. Maintain the business's OHSAS 18001, 9001 and ISO 14001 standards and certification, including CHAS, Construction-line, SMAS, Achilles, etc. Monitor and maintain the company Integrated Management System.
On daily basis your duties will also include: Undertaking 'active' monitoring of company projects using the monitoring system. Highlighting areas where poor practice and/or significant risk have occurred. Investigating accidents/incidents and producing detailed factual reports identifying root causes and recommendations for improvement to management. Liaising with enforcing authorities. Work with senior managers and/or directors on the development and implementation of Health & Safety strategies for improvement. Keeping up to date with new legislation and best practices in the industry. Provide professional support and advice to the Senior Management Team and Staff on Occupational Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality matters.
You will also undertake the role of CDM Advisor on certain projects.
Raise awareness on QSHE & sustainability issues through toolbox talks, briefings & delivering training. Prepare, review and updating of policies and procedures relating to the management of QSHE
What you'll need to succeed
To be successful in this role you will have previous experience in the Construction industry, a NEBOSH Construction Certificate as a minimum and a Technical Membership of IOSH. NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent and Grad IOSH Membership will be a plus. You will also have excellent communication and organisational skills.
What you'll get in return
This is a great opportunity to join a successful and established company with full commitment towards Health and Safety. You will be offered a salary up to £48K (depending on experience) and benefits.
What you need to do now
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