HSE supervisor (m/f/d)

London (UK)
Job vacancy
Company Statement
The new sustainability: want to join a renewable energy pioneer? Our mission is to advance large-scale photovoltaic to meet the growing global demand for clean electricity. Come be a part of our success story!
Your Job
  • Planning safe working practices and making necessary changes
  • Keeping up to date and ensuring compliance with current health and safety legislation
  • Ensuring that equipment is installed correctly/safely
  • Writing internal health and safety policies/strategies, drawing-up safe operational procedures
  • Making regular site inspections, compiling statistics and also making recommendations following accidents/incidents
  • Keeping up to date with developments within the profession
  • Making presentations to groups of employees/managers.
  • Providing health and safety training courses for employees and managers
  • Investigating/recording incidents, accidents, complaints and cases of ill health
  • Undertaking risk assessments and identifying potential hazards
  • Determining ways of reducing risks
  • Liaising with relevant authorities and organizing/attending health and safety meetings
  • Safely handling hazardous substances
  • Onsite monitoring of activities of employees, subcontractors and visitors
  • Reporting to site manager and HSE manager as well as cooperation on the HSE management
  • Monitoring of concepts, rules and regulations related to health and safety measures, health and environmental protection
  • Monitoring and support of critical works
  • Coordination of safety-related documentation (risk assessments, job instructions)
  • Conduction of toolbox-talks, site inductions and assisting the Site Manager with conflict and claim management if required
Your profile
  • A bachelor’s degree in a health, safety, or environmental field of study
  • 3 years’ experience in health and safety.
  • HSE Qualification such as NEBOSH General Certificate or equivalent
  • Good analytical skills and the ability to think critically
  • Good public speaking skills
  • In depth knowledge of legislation (e.g. OSHA/EPA) and procedures
  • Proficient in all Microsoft Applications.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Good organization skills
We offer you
  • A truly international work environment with colleagues from around the world
  • An open-minded and highly motivated team
  • Interesting and challenging tasks
  • We encourage both teamwork and personal responsibility
  • Great opportunities for professional and personal growth
  • Competitive compensation (based on experience)

Interested in joining the team?

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