From the
organisers of
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Health, Safety & Wellbeing Advisor x2

May 17 2024 - 3:04pm
Breedon logo
  • Location 1: Midlands Region (Remote)

  • Location 2: Northern England Region (Remote)

Reports to: Regional Health, Safety & Wellbeing Manager

We are seeking two proactive and influential Health, Safety & Wellbeing Advisors to support our aggregates and ready-mixed concrete business in the Midlands and Northern England Regions. This remote role offers autonomy in delivering and supporting each region's H, S & W needs.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support the management and development of the Company IMS and associated databases.

  • Regularly review and improve Management System procedures with operations management and the sustainability resource team.

  • Conduct thorough investigations into accidents, near-hits, incidents, and occupational ill health, providing root cause analysis and recommendations.

  • Liaise with engineers, managers, and contractors to ensure compliance with legal and company standards.

  • Act as the primary contact for local or national health & safety regulatory bodies.

  • Collaborate with employees and contractors to enhance regulatory compliance and H&S performance across all Breedon UK sites.

  • Ensure consistent H&S management across all operations.

  • Monitor and report on H&S performance and promote follow-up actions from audits and incidents.

  • Advise on SHE compliance as outlined in the IMS.

  • Participate in industry bodies and working groups as directed.

  • Attend and advise safety, health & wellbeing committees.

  • Promote sustainable practices on operational sites.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • NEBOSH diploma/certificate or equivalent H&S qualification.

  • Good working knowledge of SHE legislation.

  • Experience in a similar role, preferably in the quarrying/construction materials sector.

  • Working knowledge of ISO management systems.

  • Full clean driving licence.

  • Experience in maintaining a health, safety & environmental management system.

  • Experience liaising with external organisations and regulatory authorities.

  • Involvement in occupational health surveillance programmes and feedback to management.

  • Experience conducting accident and incident investigations.

  • Auditing health and safety procedures and systems.

  • Knowledge of IMS environmental and sustainable best practices.

  • IOSH/IEMA membership (desired).

  • Certified auditor (desired).

  • Training in Root Cause Analyses (RCA) techniques (desired). 

If you are a confident communicator with a passion for influencing and improving health, safety, and wellbeing, we invite you to apply for this exciting opportunity.

Closing date: Monday 17 June.

Interested applicants email: [email protected] or call James on: 07936 349335.