£38,000 to £42,000 Per Annum
Health & Safety Manager – Workington, Cumbria
Salary: £38,000 - £42,000 per annum dependant on qualifications and experience
Our client is an Ofsted ‘outstanding’ training organisation, based in the North West of England providing high quality further education.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to recruit a Health & Safety Manager to ensure the company is compliant with all the relevant health and safety legislation in line with the national and international standards and to actively promote health and safety improvements across the whole organisation.
- Advise on planning, implementing and maintaining an accredited Integrated Management System (IMS).
- Carrying out independent, monthly IMS Monitoring Audits and reporting performance to the Head of Quality & Compliance.
- Ensuring that the Company is aware of all new developments in Health & Safety legislation.
- Providing information and advice on Health & Safety issues and acting as the ‘competent’ person in liaison with external bodies under the requirements of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations.
- Organisation of, and attending, any Health, Safety and Environmental Meetings.
- Ensuring arrangements are in place for employee consultation at all levels.
- Reviewing and maintaining the Company’s Health & Safety policies.
- Maintaining procedures for the reporting, investigating, recording and analysing of all accidents and incidents.
- All other reasonable duties as may be required by line management.
Essential Skills & Requirements:
- Member of IOSH or similar professional body.
- Holds a NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent.
- IOSH Chartered status (or GRAD working towards CMIOSH).
- A minimum of five years’ experience as a Health & Safety Practitioner.
- Familiarity with the requirements of ISO Standards and Management Systems.
- Hold a full UK driving licence.
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.