About the Company: The company we represent has been an established name in industry now for over 25yrs, currently turnover £160m and are a privately owned specialist sub-contractor with expertise in Groundworks & RC Frames projects to the value of £25m. They operate mainly in Southeast of England, predominantly London based, and have become well known as being one of the most professional and technically strong sub-contractors in the UK, with good safety regulations in place, their own plant, and a strong senior management team that have all been there for over 10 years now.

About the Role: As a Health and Safety Advisor, you will be providing guidance, support, and advice to site teams, to ensure the monitoring and compliance and Health and Safety legalisations and to promote a positive safety culture. You will be responsible to drive the standards and Safemode.

  • Undertake planned & unplanned inspections and audits on site.
  • Produce formal reports on findings and communicate these to the project and senior management.
  • Ensure items raised in the auditing process are closed out collaboratively with the site team and management.
  • Promote positive safety culture and injury/illness awareness. Provide site with H&S advice and guidance.
  • Complete accident / near miss reports following occurrences onsite.
  • Ensure items raised as a result of the above are closed to prevent similar occurrences, including the development of education/awareness strategies and review of processes.
  • Work collaboratively as a member of the health and safety department.
  • General administration tasks related to the HSMS.

About the Requirements;

  • You will hold a Health and Safety qualification and preferably have 2+ years’ experience within the construction industry.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to develop positive working relationships.
  • Be computer savvy with the ability to work onsite.
  • Have strong communication skills both written and verbal; you must be able to communicate with all levels of staff.
  • Be forward-thinking and across industry changes, standards and initiatives to bring to the table to continually improve systems of work and the impact of safety on site.
  • Be willing to ‘chip in’ where required and assist other members of the team.
  • Confident with Risk Assessments and Method Statements.
  • Competent in incident & accident investigation reporting

About the Benefits: You will be working for a leading subcontractor with a strong safety culture. You will receive excellent training and development opportunities as well as being rewarded with an excellent salary and package.

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