Overview

Salary: Depending on Experience

Shift hours: Full Time

The Post Holder will undertake the role of Safety Advisor, acting at the direction of the LHUK HSE Manager with secondment to the HSE Technical Safety Manager as required and in accordance with the centralised ‘tasking-by-skill set’ system, to carry out generalist Safety Advisor duties and Safety project work as required, across all depart-ments and for all user groups at LHUK Yeovil and Off-Site locations.

 

To support the LHUK Safety Management System at the direction of the Technical Safety Manager by undertaking a selection of the following activities: Carry out defined tasks as allocated through the centralised ‘tasking by skill set’ arrangement, giving focus to the following while additionally fulfilling the role of a generalist Health & Safety Advisor:

  • Undertaking the development, review, delivery, and evaluation of HSE training (Yeovil & Off-Site locations)
  • Undertaking risk assessment reviews or developing new assessments as directed.
  • Undertaking SSoW reviews or developing new SSoW as directed.
  • Undertaking accident and near-miss investigations
  • Reviewing working methods and proposed changes / projects in terms of HSE legal requirements.
  • Provide pragmatic advice to LHUK or Contract staff in relation to inquiries over the application of the SMS.
  • Assist in the course of normal duties with the development and maintenance of a comprehensive HSE management control system
  • Assist in the implementation of Health, Safety & Environment Policies, Procedures, and controlled documentation in line with the requirements of the LHUK Safety Manual.
  • Assist in the implementation and future use of the HSE Electronic Management System from an ‘end user’ perspective.
  • Co-ordination of the production of HSE reports & KPIs.
  • Participate in HSE internal audits in line with the HSE audit programme and assist in the development of analysis and interpretation / presentation of findings.
  • Attend and participate in local and corporate Health and Safety meetings as required
  • Support the implementation of future standards and accreditation approvals in line with Company objectives.
  • Support the HSE Systems Manager in the practical development of new systems, processes, and procedures from an end-user perspective.
  • Deliver HSE Training within their level of competence

Undertake special tasks (where skill set matches requirement) at the direction of the LHUK Health, Safety and Environment Manager.

  • Health & Safety Management qualification at NVQ Level 3 or above, ideally possessing Technical Membership of the Institute of Occupational Health & Safety (via the IOSH Certificate) and/or Associate Membership of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (via IEMA Cert) and willing to work towards holding both qualifications.
  • A recognised national framework training qualification, e.g,,  PTTLS/CTTLS/DTTLS/PGCE with experience of delivering complex HSE training
  • Knowledge of UK statutory regulations in respect of health, safety & environment.
  • Practitioner experience of any or all of the following –online safety systems & processes, manufacturing methods; factory services, construction, maintenance & facilities requirements.
  • The Post-Holder will possess a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a manufacturing / engineering environment with responsibility providing professional business support services.
  • Interpersonal and team skills to the extent of being able interact and communicate confidently at all levels across the Company.
  • Budgetary awareness
  • Computer literacy across company systems and software to undertake analysis and the generation of professional reports.
  • Successful candidate will be asked to undertake a basic disclosure check

Reference: SDX/TP/RF7700/CS

Location: Yeovil, England

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