What is the role about?
This is an exciting opportunity to join Herbert Parkinson manufacturing as a Health, Safety & Environment advisor. You will be responsible for leading and advising the branch in all matters related to Health, Safety and Environmental & the relative standards.
This role requires someone with a passion & commitment to keeping Partners safe & setting exemplary standards. You will use your knowledge, skills and experience to promote, manage and embed a positive Health and Safety culture within the workplace.
What will you be doing?
As a Health and Safety Environment Advisor you will be:
Responsible for all Risk Assessments on site
Developing and maintaining method statements for safe working practices
Reviewing and understanding data and metrics
Reviewing machinery to ensure compliance
Responsible for the Health and Safety of staff on site
Developing and training the branch Health and Safety reps
Delivering Health and Safety training
Developing plans to reduce risk of accidents
Creating and maintaining Health and Safety policies and procedures and ensuring these are embedded on site.
Ensure sufficient reporting mechanisms are in place & accurate in relation to activity not limited to Near Misses, Accidents, RIDDORs
Manage and organise the safe disposal of hazardous substances
What you’ll have:
Entry level Health and Safety advisor role with some academic or working towards professional qualifications, eg. NEBOSH General Certificate.
Experience working in a HS&E role in a similar manufacturing industry
Sound knowledge of ISO standards 9001, 14001 & 45001
Demonstrable record of driving significant change through an operation
Ability to understand and analyse complex information and present to relative audiences
What else can you bring?
A NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent (or working towards) and may hold either GradIOSHor equivalent status.
We occasionally close vacancies early in the event we receive a high volume of applications. Therefore, we recommend you apply early
As a business we encourage flexible working. We have a number of different ways to work flexibly, so at your interview feel free to talk about what flexibility means to you. There are no guarantees, however, examples of how our Partners already work flexibly include part-time, job share, home working and compressed hours.
We positively celebrate Diversity & Inclusion in the John Lewis Partnership. Our aim is to become the UK’s most inclusive business - for our Partners and for our customers, reflecting and connecting with the diverse communities that we serve. We want people from all walks of life to feel valued for their individuality, thrive in our business and share a sense of belonging. To find out more about D&I in the John Lewis Partnership click here - https://www.jlpjobs.com/about/diversityandinclusion/