Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
£25,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
Occupational Hygienist Technician - Plymouth
£25,000 - £30,000 pa
My client is the UK’s leading corporate healthcare business, providing occupational health and wellness services to some of the largest businesses across the UK.
They are committed to advancing workplace healthcare to make a positive and measurable difference to the quality of people’s health and wellbeing.
I am looking for a full time Occupational Hygiene Technician, reporting to the Occupational Hygienist in Plymouth.
You will perform occupational hygiene monitoring and surveys of personnel and site activities, for a range of chemical, physical and biological agents (eg; dust, respirable crystalline silica, noise, welding fumes, gases, organic vapours, noise, vibration, thermal conditions)
You will carry out regular workplace inspections / tours to assess occupational hygiene related aspects and to reinforce workplace health themes with the workforce and assist with preparation and delivery of training on occupational hygiene.
You will support the COSHH coordinator and COSHH management function, review and process requests for on-boarding, transfer and removal of chemicals, produce regular reports of chemicals on-site, ensure chemical database is maintained with up to date information and support COSHH assessments
You will have a degree qualification in a STEM related subject area and preferably at least three years’ work experience of industrial and / or construction environments.
It would be ideal if you were an affiliate member of the Faculty of Occupational Hygiene (AFOH) and working towards the Certificate of Operational Competence in Occupational Hygiene (CertOH) of the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS).
25 Days Holiday, Health Cash Plan, Perkbox
Requirements for the Occupational Hygiene Technician: science degree, COSHH experience,
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