Health Safety and Environmental Co-ordinator
The purpose of the role is to provide efficient and effective Health and Safety support to the business ensuring the maintenance, implementation and development of Health and Safety systems and processes.
Working hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm, Monday-Friday
Main duties include (but not limited to):
- Carry out workplace H&S Assessments ensuring that they are carried out in line with legislation and updated and reviewed when necessary.
- Manage the records relating to the above assessments ensuring that they are complete and up to date at all times.
- Organise and assist in the reviewing of risk assessments after accidents/incidents.
- Deliver in-house training and inductions ensuring all relevant areas of H&S are conveyed via an appropriate medium i.e. language, handbooks, presentation etc.
- Liaise with the Group H&S Coordinator in respect of updates and changes in the H&S policies and procedures.
- Conduct a full and thorough investigation of accidents that occur on site.
- Ensure all accidents or near misses are recorded correctly and in their entirety in the appropriate books and documentation.
- Assist in carrying out internal H&S audits and inspections.
- Proactively promote awareness of H&S issues throughout the site.
- Liaise with Departmental Supervisors and Human Resources regarding new starters.
- Set and maintain task matrices for all areas of the factory.
- Liaise with the Technical department to ensure that production records are correct.
- Implement the Company’s Quality, H&S and Environmental policies.
- To deal with any queries or issues in the absence of the HS&E Manager and the Training Supervisor.
- Deliver on key performance indicators
- Mentor and coach people
- Carry out activities with full awareness of their impact on the environment, in terms of people and the local area
- Objectively assess the team’s performance
Requirements, experience and person specification
- Previous experience of FMCG manufacturing (preferably food related)
- Proven track record of managing teams
- Knowledge of continuous improvement tools and techniques
- Computer skills (Microsoft Office) ideally with knowledge of FOPS, Innova & Traksys systems
- Ability to interact with high profile customers
A full job description is available upon request. Salary to be discussed at interview stage
If you are an internal applicant, please ensure you have made your line manager aware before applying and confirm this when submitting your application.
To apply, please submit your covering letter and CV to: CCF.Careers@Cranswick.co.uk
Closing Date: 11th May 2021
Please note that if a suitable candidate is found, this closing date may be brought forward