To ensure through overseeing the correct application of the relevant company Health, Safety & Environmental management systems and practices, the effective implementation and maintenance of safe and legally compliant places of work in respect of all LHUK activities.
The Post Holder will give particular focus to those activities associated with Construction and infrastructure project work including new builds; refurbishment and repairs; maintenance and the management of Project-related Contractors.
The Post Holder will carry into effect such HS&E strategies and objectives that are established by the LHUK Health, Safety & Environment Manager as part the wider development of LHUK Safety Management Systems.
The Post Holder will undertake the role of Principal Designer and work closely with the Site Facilities Project Manager and wider Engineering Team to provide appropriate advice, guidance and oversight to all projects.
The Post Holder will also undertake any relevant activities in support of the acquisition and maintenance of such external standards and accreditations as the company may seek to attain.
The Technical Safety Manager (Projects) will by exception deputise for the Technical Safety Manager where the need arises.
Key Responsibility Areas
Manage and support the activities of a dedicated team of Specialist Safety Advisors in relation to Construction & other infrastructure projects including the management of contractors, and as required - mechanical engineering; assembly; repair and chemical processes within the strictures imposed by the LHUK S.M.S.
Manage and support as required Specialists from other disciplines in line with projects and the 'tasking by skill-set' arrangement.
Ensure the provision of an appropriate level of advice to LHUK Managers in relation to the execution of their duties within the SMS.
Support the introduction and maintenance of the centralised 'tasking by skill set' arrangement.
Support the LHUK HS&E Manager in the course of all external audits; inspections and visits.
Support the LHUK HS&E Manager in the development of policy, procedures and practices
Liaise with and support the general activities of the LHUK Safety Management team.
Engage with and support the 'Safety Protects' initiative in all respects including Aircraft Safety
Co-ordinate & ensure the delivery of the following in respect of 'Projects'
Oversee and advise on construction and infrastructure project safety, with particular emphasis on the application of legislative CDM requirements and Contractor Management.
Manage the LHUK Contractor Approval process.
Deliver Project and Maintenance related training as required.
Risk Assessment programmes, including generic and change-related updates.
Timely Accident Investigations iaw company policy.
Robust Management Safety Audits and Monthly Safety Inspections.
Suitably structured and informed project safety meetings.
Local development of safety improvements pursuant to the annual Objectives iaw company policy.
Oversee and report on the manner of the application of company HS&E policy to the extent of ensuring legal compliance and satisfying the requirements of all external examining bodies and the enforcing authorities.
Through the use of the appropriate company processes, procedures and protocols report to managers on deficiencies in the application of the SMS where found and provide pragmatic assistance in resolving the issues at the earliest opportunity.
To oversee the effective and compliant delivery of safety services to (approx.) 4500 employees and contract staff.
Responsible for up to 5 personnel (permanent / contract).
The role is primarily intended to cover the activities at the Yeovil site, however where directed, the Post Holder will assume temporary or permanent responsibility for similar activities at any premises within the LHUK portfolio.
Skills, Qualifications & Knowledge Required
NEBOSH Diploma or Health & Safety Management qualification at NVQ Level 4 or above, ideally holding chartered membership of IOSH or equivalent supported by the NEBOSH Construction Certificate or an equivalent ideally with a construction related chartership (engineer, surveyor, architect).
Associate membership of the IEMA is desired.
Detailed knowledge of UK statutory regulations in respect of health, safety & environment but specifically CDM.
Detailed technical knowledge and experience of manufacturing methods; factory services, maintenance & facilities requirements and construction projects.
The Post-Holder will possess significant experience in a construction environment with responsibility for providing professional support services.
Interpersonal and team skills to the extent of being able interact and communicate at all levels.
Negotiation skills to the extent of being able to deal effectively with managers; employees; customers; suppliers and the enforcing authorities.
Project Management skills.
Possession of a suitable Safety Training qualification such as 'PTTLS'.
Possession of specialist 'site-related' skills such First Aid; Banks-Man; C.A.T process etc.
Be fully conversant with AutoCAD software for the preparation of detail drawings.
Basic computer literacy to the extent of using company systems and soft-ware to undertake analysis and the generation of professional reports.