Job Description

Health & Safety Lead – NEBOSH, IOSH, Fibre/Cabling projects   PART-TIME ROLE

Location: Northern Ireland (remote)

Rate: c£300 per day

 

A new field-based requirement has arisen for a Health & Safety Lead in the Northern Ireland region.

This is a part-time role, 2.5 days per week.

 

The successful candidate will be responsible for all Health and Safety related requirements for the provision of fibre/cabling services delivered by the client - a Global Telecoms provider. The purpose of the role is to ensure a safe environment for employees, operational compliance with environmental regulations, and fostering a safety culture.

 

Key accountabilities:

 

Ensure and demonstrate all Health, Safety and Environmental requirements of the Managed Services Contract are fully delivered by the Managed Service team:

  • Lead on Procedure, Process, Documentation and Risk Assessment.
  • Lead site audits & inspection regime
  • Lead on risk data capture, control and trend analysis to support Performance Indicator and continuous improvement process
  • Undertake any Health, Safety or Environmental, noncompliance Investigations
  • Lead on the team competence requirements assessment and adherence
  • Assess Sub Contractors working on, or seeking to work on the contract

 

Knowledge and experience required:

  • Expert knowledge of Health Safety, Environment Law, including the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations
  • Practical experience of Safety Management System creation, delivery and monitoring.
  • Ability to work with the minimum of supervision, while able to build and maintain positive working relationships with team members, suppliers and customers.
  • Sound written, verbal and digital communication and sound diplomacy skills are required in order to exchange complex information.

 

Qualifications:

  • NEBOSH diploma or equivalent
  • Chartered membership of IOSH
  • Full UK driving licence.
  • Good knowledge and understanding of Microsoft office suite and other tools for authoring, data collection, analysis, training and presentation delivery.

 

Flexibility to travel across Northern Ireland is required