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HSE Manager

Job Description and Requirements
  • *Job Summary**

As a HSE Manager you will advise and support to managers and engineers on HSE at all stages of a construction project. 

Job Duties: 

The HSE Manager is responsible for: 

+ SH&E support to construction projects to ensure compliance with AECOM and legal requirements including CDM compliance, Safety in Design, SHE Plans, contactor management, RAMS, etc. 

+ Provide advice, support and training on compliance with relevant (legal and company) SH&E requirements at all stages of a project. 

+ Develop a culture where all individuals and teams provide positive input into SH&E management in their workplace. 

+ Assess, communicate and monitor SH&E performance and compliance. 

+ Report and investigate SHE incidents. 

+ Prepare and deliver SH&E training modules to staff to continually improve knowledge of SHE matters relating to the business, e.g. construction risk, SH&E law, procedures, etc. 

+ Conduct SH&E audits of projects and management systems and concisely asses levels of compliance with current company and legal requirements. 

+ Conduct incident investigations and reviews to ensure root causes are identified, and corrective actions are agreed and implemented to control risks and improve standards. 

+ Implement policies, procedures, documents and best practice to effectively and efficiently manage change in the business following introduction of new legislation, change in company risk profile. 

+ Provide and analyse SH&E incident data and information (including alerts and lessons learnt), using company systems (SHEQ Improvement Database, Industry Safe and Lifeguard to ensure continuous improvement and development of best practice. 

+ Develop and apply technical knowledge relevant to the specific SH&E risks associated with our activities.

  • *Minimum Requirements**

+ An ideal candidate should have a minimum of 15 years of related work experience

  • *Preferred Qualifications**

+ Bachelor Degree in Science/Engineering or equivalent with additional professional qualifications in HSE and Fire, Safety and Environment Management Systems.