Health & Safety Advisor – Dublin IFSC
Our client is currently recruiting for a Health & Safety Advisor on a full-time permanent basis to join their growing business. The Health & Safety Officer will assist in the planning and coordination of all activities; be responsible for enforcing consistent standards and help ensure on-time handover of projects to clients.
Implement the company’s health, safety, quality and environmental policy, procedures and management systems. Advising & assisting site management in drafting and communicating Method Statements, Safe Plans of Action and Tool Box Talks. Provide advice, guidance and instruction in all health & safety matters to management, safety representatives and employees (including sub-contractors where appropriate). Delivering Health & Safety induction programmes for new employees or sub-contractors working on site. Conduct regular inspections and site audits, reporting findings to site and senior company management. Strict follow-up is required to ensure that actions are dealt with immediately. Ensure that all accidents are reported, recorded and investigated and that suitable notification is given to the Directors, Health & Safety Authority and Insurers as required. Compiling relevant information for inclusion in the Safety File and preparing for handover to the Client at the end of the project. Chairing EHS meetings on a weekly basis. Promote the Company mission of being a healthy and incident and injury free workplace.
Hold a relevant Qualification. 3-4 years’ experience in a similar role. Excellent IT skills and a strong working knowledge of Microsoft suite. Excellent communication skills both written and verbal. Good time management and organisation skills. Ability and Willingness to work on own initiative but also capable of working as part of a team. Ability to work well under pressure and within a strict deadline environment. Ability to demonstrate building strong working relationships & stakeholder management
For further information please contact Robert Bridgeman.