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Health & Safety Manager - Ayrshire

Date Posted: Monday 18 October 2021

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Health & Safety Manager - COMAH

Ayrshire

An exciting time to join an innovative and rapidly expanding manufacturing organisation who have created this position as an additional support to the business as it continues to grow. This is a key role to join the established team and be responsible for various sites across the group. 

It is a great time to join as systems and processes are being developed to support their growth and the appointed individual will have the autonomy to build and improve on any HSE systems in place. They are looking for someone who is passionate about developing HSE systems and who enjoys working with people to develop safety behaviours into their culture. Some of their sites are COMAH sites so having experience in this would be a distinct advantage as well as having a background in process safety. 

This company are looking for individual personalities who can bring flair and creativity to their role, who are able to adapt as the business continues to grow. These roles do not come along often and you will have the support of other safety leaders in the business. This will not be a desk position and candidates will be expected to understand what each department does, identify any risks and work with the people to develop processes and procedures that improve safety performance

They are looking for the following skills and experience:

  1. Experience of working as HSE Advisor or Manager in a manufacturing environment
  2. The ability to create a strategy and implement
  3. Have experience of working in a lean structure 
  4. NEBOSH/IOSH certificates
  5. Ideally hold a degree in a technical discipline (although experienced individuals will be considered)
  6. Experience of COMAH regulations
  7. Have experience in process safety
  8. Be an excellent communicator 
  9. Be comfortable working across different manufacturing plants 
  10. Have experience in working with external bodies