Interim HSE Manager
To co-ordinate and monitor Safety, Health & activities which impact on the environment across the site to ensure compliance with legislation
To regularly review health and safety policies and procedures and ensure that risk assessments and follow up actions are carried out in a timely manner.
To Coordinate and/or carry out accident and incident investigations as required. And to report RIDDOR accidents within the legal timescales
Liaise with legal representatives and company insurance providers pro-actively to respond to employee or third party accident claims, providing a robust and detailed defence. Communicate and agree level of financial settlement provision, on recommendation and discussion with Insurers.
To actively research and communicate developments in health and safety and/or environmental legislation and provide proposals for any required changes in policy or procedure procedures. To educate and support operational managers in making changes to working practices that are safe and comply with legislation
To advise on a range of specialist areas as required e.g. fire regulations, hazardous substances, noise, safeguarding machinery, LOLER regulations, occupational diseases, disposal streams and waste management.
To record, analyse and communicate health, safety and environmental statistics whilst bench marking against industry and group standards.
To collate accident, hazard, "near miss" and waste stream data. Identify trends and make recommendations as appropriate.
To liaise with the HSE and environmental bodies as required.
Co-ordinate source, and/or deliver health and safety related training and briefings as required, and to organise and co-chair bi monthly health and safety committee meetings,
To support the Operations Director at group health and safety meetings and the employee relations forum. To provide management reports as appropriate.
To liaise with and appropriately delegate health and safety and environmental tasks and responsibilities to the office manager.
To coordinate and monitor( frequency and quality) of departmental health and safety audits by nominated individuals, and to ensure actions are completed by the relevant department head, and policies and procedures are being adhered to.
Work with departmental managers to reduce the overall operational impact on the environment, focusing on reducing waste, water usage and energy
Relevant qualification, HNC or Degree.
NEBOSH H&S Diploma
NEBOSH Environmental Certificate
Demonstrable knowledge of working as a manager or Advisor within a FMCG, preferably food manufacturing environment
Understanding of the Retailer service requirements.