Health, Safety & Environment Coordinator
0 x Direct Report
Safety, Health & Environmental responsibility across Wisbech site.
Formulate, implement and review Safety, Health and Environmental policies and procedures to ensure that they promote desired workplace culture, safeguarding the business and its people.
Formulate a site HSE plan which identifies key milestones through the financial year.
Advise site management on legal compliance and best practice ensuring all current legislation is complied with and future legislation is understood and planned for.
Monitor the workplace to ensure that current control measures are meeting requirements and identifying opportunities to improve employee and/or environmental safety.
Act as lead champion for the sites Safety culture programme.
Review and modify HSE KPI’s and ensure appropriate action plans are developed and implemented.
Liaison with enforcement agencies, insurers, trades union representatives, suppliers, contractors and any other external bodies to ensure that site and/or business requirements are met.
Ensure that risk, safety and environmental management systems are robust, minimising potential financial losses to the business.
Manage the Site Health, Safety & Environmental Management Systems to the relevant standards.
Manage the sites Internal and External health, safety and environmental audit and inspection programme.
Ensure environmental complaints are dealt with in a professional and timely manner.
Ensure all environmental compliance reports and collated and submitted in a timely manner.
These are the key daily tasks, not a comprehensive list of all tasks undertaken by the jobholder. Flexibility is required by the business & this will be agreed with the individual’s line manager.
All employees should carry out their duties in a responsible manner giving due consideration to Safety, Environmental & Quality procedures, which are part of the Integrated management System. Specific responsibilities can be found at section 220.127.116.11 of the Health & Safety Management System.
Act as a role model for health and safety compliance and behaviours.
NEBOSH Certificate (minimum)
IEMA Environmental qualification or similar (desirable)
Extensive experience of working as HSE role within an FMCG business.
Experience of managing people and dealing with trade unions.
Experience of dealing with external bodies such as the Environment Agency, BSI, Local Authorities.
Experience of training development and delivery
Demonstrate excellent decision making ability with strong quality and people management skills
Experience of ISO 45001 and ISO 14001 management systems is essential.
Must have in depth knowledge of HSE law and policy.