£200.00 - £250.00 per day depending on experience
We have a new and exciting opportunity for a part time Health and Safety Advisor to work with us carrying out site health and safety inspections across the North West and Midlands. Our sites mostly consist of construction / demolition and factory environments.
Most importantly, we are looking for a driven and enthusiastic individual who has experience working within high risk environments. We are also looking for somebody who has experience in ISO / Achilles standards and completing online assessments such as CHAS / SMAS and ConstructionLine.
You will be an excellent communicator with the ability to build robust relationships with key stakeholders at all levels.
Travel / Flexibility
You will be required to travel to multiple sites from your base. Occasional weekend work will be available at an increased rate.
Conduct regular site HSE inspections / audits at agreed times / dates using Smart Safety's mobile app.
Promote a positive safety-first culture.
Provide competent advice and guidance on Health and Safety issues, driving best practice for the principal contractor.
Represent Smart Safety Services and our company ethos correctly at all times.
Oversee Health & Safety on Projects to meet the contract and business needs and objectives.
Lead ISO audits and assist with client preperations.
Co-ordinate incident investigations, establish and provide advice on the root cause.
Provide all accident reports and inspections or audit findings in a timely manner.
Ensure that the Construction Phase Plan and RAMS are created and reviewed before they are issued for Construction.
Create CDM files for projects.
Assist the project managers with any additional safety documents where required.
Review third party safety documents including subcontractor documentation and RAMS.
Carry out company inductions of new personnel at site when required.
Attend site progress and client meetings.
Manage all aspects of SHEQ for allocated projects and report/update Smart Safety Services weekly.
Skills and Experience Required
NEBOSH Construction or General certificate
IEMA Environment Certificate (preferred)
LOLER Inspector (preferred)
CDM 2015 knowledge and understanding
Good communication skills
Hours of Work
8 hours per day at the agreed rate. Overtime available (increased).
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