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Health, Safety & Environmental Manager

Redruth

  • Ref: NTXIL535194
  • Closes: 2020-08-06

Title: Health, Safety & Environmental Manager

Site: Redruth

Shift/Working hours: Mon – Fri 7.30AM – 4.00PM (flexible depending on the needs of the business)

Tulip Ltd is the UK’s leading food solutions business, supplying all major food retailers, wholesalers and foodservice companies with a wide range of quality meat products. If you have an appetite for more, this could be the role for you.

Delivering business success through our people

We have a fantastic opportunity to join our Team as Health, Safety & Environmental Manager at Redruth. As Health, Safety & Environmental Manager you will ensure all health, safety and environmental management systems are in place and fully adhered to.

Your job role:

Undertake risk assessments in all areas of the business, when required.
Carry out regular internal and external audits.
Ensure legal compliance in all areas of operation.
Define site level roles and responsibilities for all HS&E tasks; brief to those accountable and obtain sign off for training records.
Identify site level HS&E training needs and work with the Training Team to deliver.
Define required operational controls / SOPs for the site and work with all functions necessary to ensure operational controls are adopted.
Investigate all accidents at work, non-conformances, incidents and near misses; develop resulting action plans to reduce risk.
Keep up-to-date with changes / case outcomes in health, safety and environment and update site systems accordingly.
Compile weekly reports detailing key KPIs, produce action plans to improve performance and communicate results to the Senior Leadership Team and wider group HS&E team as appropriate.
Track adherence to budget for utilities and waste and flag over / under performance.
Lead the development of an intrinsic health and safety culture across the site, working with all key stakeholders to develop and maintain a positive HS&E culture, helping them to understand their role in health and safety management.
Maintain active communication with all relevant regulatory bodies and ensure any associated changes, as well as legislative changes, are thoroughly communicated and fully implemented.
Liaise with Occupational Health to ensure that the necessary assessments, health surveillance and monitoring is in control.
Prepare documents and evidence as appropriate for the determination of liability in respect of employer’s liability claims.
Understand key customer environmental requirements and sustainability issues and work with the site team to deliver against.
Prepare reports for statutory bodies as required.

You will need:

Knowledge of implementing and managing ISO14001.
Auditing experience, both internal and external.
Demonstrate a continuous improvement mind-set.
Excellent communication and influencing skills.
Possess analytical and problem-solving ability.
Competent Microsoft Office user, particularly Excel.
Group H&S Strategy
TFMS
BRC
IEMA
GRAD IOSHH
Confined Spaces
Hazard Awareness with Ammonia Workshop
Basic Legionella Awareness and Control

Qualifications Required:

NEBOSH diploma, or equivalent (NVQ Level 6). NEBOSH Fire Safety Certificate.
Institute of Environmental Management (IEMA) qualification to affiliate level.
Degree (desirable)
Food Safety Level 3 (4 desirable)
Professional trainers’ certificate
ILM level 3
Essential HACCP
COSHH
PUWER Machine Assessors Certificate
Internal Auditors Certificate Level 3

The company is willing to provide training and support with qualifications to the successful candidate.

Our people really make the difference

• Determination • Simplicity • Availability • Humility • Sincerity • Discipline • Ownership

What We bring to the table

As an international organisation, we pride ourselves on creating high quality food and exceed many recognised industry standards. We care about our people and offer an excellent package including:

• Life insurance and pension to all of our employees

• Wellbeing activities and support, including mini health MOT’s, fruity Friday and more

• Learning opportunities

• Competitive holiday entitlement

• Long service awards

• Subsidised restaurant or vending machines at the majority of our sites

• Discounted staff shop at many of our sites

• On site free parking

• Discounts on retail, food, cinema, travel and much more

If you are as serious about food as we are and ready to help us make a difference, we would like to hear from you.

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