Loading...

@

  • jobs
  • 3 weeks ago

jobs description

Position Title: SHEQ Manager/Officer/Coordinator/Advisor

Overview

The SHEQ Manager plays a pivotal role in overseeing and managing all aspects of Safety, Health, Environment, and Quality within the organisation. They are responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining comprehensive SHEQ programs to ensure compliance with regulations, standards, and best practices, while fostering a culture of safety, health, environmental sustainability, and quality excellence.

Duties to include

· Policy Development and Implementation: Develop, implement, and continuously improve SHEQ policies, procedures, and programs to align with legal requirements, industry standards, and organisational objectives.

· Risk Assessment and Management: Develop and implement appropriate controls and measures to mitigate risks and ensure a safe and healthy working environment.

· Day-to-Day Filling of Forms: Ensure that all required forms related to SHEQ are completed accurately and filed... appropriately.

· Operatives’ Daily Work Sheets: Ensure that daily work sheets completed by operatives are accurate, filled out correctly, and returned to the office daily. Inform operative and operations manager of any non-compliance and liase with HR if verbal or written warnings to be issued.

· Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs): Review, update, and create SOPs for all works conducted by the organisation.

· Quality, Environmental, and Safety Forms: Create, update, and review forms related to quality, environmental management, and safety.

· Site Audits: Conduct audits of sites to ensure compliance with SHEQ standards and regulations.

· Training Courses: Arrange and coordinate training courses for employees on relevant SHEQ topics.

· Compliance of Legislation: Ensure that the organisation complies with all relevant legislation related to quality, environmental management, health, and safety.

· Yearly Objectives and Targets: Set objectives and targets for the company related to health and safety and environmental performance.

· Safety Statement: Review and update the company's safety statement regularly.

· Method Statements: Review, update, and create method statements for various work activities.

· Policies: Review and update policies related to environment, quality, health and safety, etc.

· Controlled Documentation: Update and manage controlled documentation related to SHEQ.

· Non-Conformances: Address non-conformances, investigate why they occur, implement corrective actions, and develop plans to prevent recurrence.

· Toolbox Talks: Conduct toolbox talks to raise awareness of safety issues and promote a culture of safety among employees.

· Job Descriptions: Develop and update job descriptions for roles related to SHEQ.

· Equipment Testing: Schedule and oversee testing of equipment to ensure safety and compliance.

· Supplier and Contractor Approval: Approve suppliers and contractors by reviewing their health and safety documentation and conducting site inductions.

· SWOT Analysis: Conduct SWOT analysis to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to the business.

· PESTEL Analysis: Conduct PESTEL analysis to identify political, economic, social, technological, legal, and environmental threats to the business.

· Waste Management: Manage waste generated by the organisation, including disposal and recycling.

· Vehicle Inspections: Schedule and conduct inspections of company vehicles to ensure safety and compliance.

· Vehicle Tracking System: Control and update the vehicle tracking system to monitor vehicle movements and ensure efficiency and safety.

This comprehensive list covers a wide range of responsibilities for managing quality, environmental, health, and safety aspects within our organisation.

Qualifications

· Bachelor's degree in Occupational Health & Safety, Environmental Management, Quality Management, or a related field. Advanced degree or professional certification (e.g., NEBOSH, ISO 45001 Lead Auditor, ISO 14001 Lead Auditor) preferred.

· Proven experience in HSEQ management, preferably in a similar industry or environment.

· Strong knowledge of SHEQ regulations, standards, and best practices.

· Excellent communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills, with the ability to influence Safety performance.

· Analytical mindset with the ability to interpret data and make data-driven decisions.

· Strong problem-solving skills with the ability to identify issues and implement effective solutions.

· Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment.

· Attention to detail and a commitment to accuracy and quality.

· Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and SHEQ management software.

· Clean driver licence.

Job Type: Full-time

Schedule:
• Monday to Friday

Education:
• Bachelor's (preferred)

Experience:
• Health & Safety: 1 year (preferred)

Work Location: In person
Cavan Ireland

salary-criteria

Apply - EHS Officer Cavan