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HSEQ Manager

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: : BBBH110499
  • Location: Wales, Newport
  • Sector: Build, Commercial Management, Built Environment
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Date posted: 22/07/2017
This vacancy has now expired.

The client:
Our Client is a large, successful producer within the FMCG sector, based in Newport. They are seeking a talented HSEQ Manager to help build on their success.

Primary purpose:
As part of the site leadership team, develop and implement industry best practice for the UK Health, Safety, Environmental & Quality Assurance functions. Deliver improvements across the functions with particular focus on the health and safety culture across the site and the development of the process safety management system.

Key Aspects of Role:

  • Manage the UK based Health, Safety, Environmental & Quality Assurance functions and provide leadership by defining standards and programmes in line with legislation

  • Develop the site's sustainability plans encompassing: energy and water management, waste management, environmental impact, biodiversity enhancement and community engagement.

  • Lead the development of the site's Process Safety Management system working alongside the UK Engineering Manager.

  • Provide advice on implementation of HSE policy to ensure compliance with the company's values and policies and appropriate legal requirements.

  • Manage the provision of training and awareness to staff in all aspects of HSE and QA. Includes monitoring the training systems used and carrying out regular reviews on staff competency.

  • Communicate data on HSE and QA performance throughout the company and where performance is not at the required level, lead initiatives to improve performance.

  • Represent the company in the relevant trade associations as well as the local and wider community.

  • Develop, implement and maintain the Company Security Policy

Key Skills

  • Experience of developing HSEQ policies and procedures.

  • Knowledge of Process Safety Management systems within a COMAH facility

  • Ability to create effective policies & procedures to achieve appropriate accreditation.

  • Ability to prioritise and organise a demanding workload, adapting to changing business needs

  • Knowledge of how to effectively work within cross functional teams.

  • Significant IMS experience for ISO9001, 14001 and 18001.

  • Experience of developing team members to their full potential.

  • Track record of successful change management and delivering an improved H&S culture.

For more information about this role please contact our Manchester office