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Location: Grangemouth, United Kingdom, Scotland

HSE Advisor (Grangemouth)

Grangemouth, United Kingdom, Scotland

Job Description

LOCATION: Grangemouth
YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING: HNC/ Degree, P6 Primavera Planning Experience
IDEALLY YOU ALSO HAVE: Experience working in the Renewable Power Industry

COMPANY INFORMATION: Based at the Power Plant

ROLE INFORMATION: The successful Planner will enjoy working on one of Britain's most notorious energy-based projects. They will be stationed at HPC for the project's entirety.

Having an appropriate level of knowledge of all appropriate legislation, relevant standards, codes of practice and industry practices and company documentation affecting the companies sphere of operations and ensure that they are observed.

Actively sponsor and promote a positive Health, Safety, Environmental culture across all contracts and site based activities.

Advise Management and Supervision on the following:

Prevention of injury to personnel and damage to plant and equipment
Prevention of hazards which could lead to occupational ill health
Protection and prevention of damage to the environment
Specialist information required for the preparation of risk assessments involving hazards out of the scope of normal activities
Improvement of existing safe methods of work (including new techniques and developments)
Legal requirements affecting health, safety and welfare and where appropriate changes in relevant legislation
The suitability, from a safety viewpoint, of new or hired plant and equipment
Provision and use of personal protective equipment
Quality requirements of the business

Conduct and document inspections and audits to ensure that safe and healthy methods of working are being employed and that all relevant regulations are being observed. Also to promptly report to management and supervision any unsafe practices or breaches of legislation.

Liaise with internal & external auditors, the Health and Safety Executive, Local Authorities, Fire Authorities, Environment Agency and any other appropriate safety, health and environmental organisations.

Will represent the Business on matters relating to the HSEQ Management System with Clients, Certification Bodies and other external organisations.

Assist with the enforcement of the Drug and Alcohol Policy.

Ensure that COSHH procedures are being implemented at site level through maintenance of up to date COSHH assessments, review of planned work packs, maintaining a health risk assessment for each project/asset/site and through onsite visits and audits.

To actively monitor the COSHH assessment requirements ensuring that control measures including environmental and biological monitoring are brought to the attention of the Project Managers and Mobilisation Focal Point.

Foster an understanding with all management and supervision that injury prevention, occupational hygiene and damage control are not only cost effective but are also an integral part of the business and operational efficiency.

Proactively monitor, measure and report on HSEQ performance following company and customer policy and procedure.

Act as company's HSE representative at contractor and customer meetings.

Participate in Accident Investigation Teams.

To ensure that actions arising from incidents investigations are captured on the appropriate company systems to enable actions to be tracked to closure.

Assist project teams in timely close out of Corrective Actions.

Develop and upgrade the HSE culture throughout the company including the successful deployment of the behavioural safety programme.

Deliver HSEQ Training as required.

Assist in the development and monitoring of performance / compliance with company annual HSE Improvement Plans.

Develop project interface documents and HSE Plans.

Proactively review of work packs and bring to the attention of the project manager the control measures.
In addition to the duties and responsibilities listed, the position holder is required to perform other duties as may arise in connection with the successful operation of the Company or assigned by the HSEQ Manager.
Since 1978, Rullion has been securing exceptional candidates for a range of clients; from large well-known brands, to SMEs and start-ups. As a family-owned business, Rullion's approach is credible and honest, focused on building long-lasting relationships with both clients and candidates.

Rullion is a forward-thinking recruitment company that specialises in providing a wide range of talent consultancy services to a diverse client base; from small start-ups to large household names.

We are an Equal Opportunities employer and actively encourage applications from all sectors of the community.

We celebrate and support diversity and are committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.

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