Construction Specialist Safety Practitioner
Our client in the Nuclear & Defence industry are looking to recruit a Construction Specialist Safety Practitioner to work on an Infrastructure Project they are currently working on over at Devonport Royal Dockyard. The workload is high and although this role is on a contract basis, the work is currently forecasted to last approx. 2 years.
You will report to the H&S Manager & Head of Department, working in a team of 20, where there will be room for development and upskilling throughout your time with the client.
To proactively support in the implementation key elements of the Site Safety plan and to proactively manage and reduce construction health and safety risk.
Assist the H&S Manager in co-ordinating project construction safety implementation.
Implementation of the Company CDM and Safety, Quality and Environmental policies in the HS&E area of the business ensuring that assessment of risks is carried out which lead to safe
working attitudes and practices.
Compile and or review CDM core documentation, including the following: Construction
Phase Plan compilation and updating where the Principal Contractor is Babcock. In the case where an external Principal Contractor is appointed the role will be to review, and comment and ensure update occurs.
Provision of competent professional construction health and safety advice across Major Infrastructure Projects.
Undertake construction project workplace inspections to identify hazards, determine ways of reducing risks, ensure adherence to risk assessment and best practice. Feedback this information to the project teams and the business by defined routes for action and closure.
Participate in the site audit program including the management of corrective and preventive actions.
Provide active monitoring – by both scheduled and unscheduled health checks and inspections to ensure compliance with health & safety policies/processes/standards.
What you will need:
Conventional H&S Knowledge essential
Experience working in high-risk construction environments
Membership of professional body (e.g., IOSH, IEMA) Scaffold Inspection, Confined Spaces, Lifting and or Asbestos qualifications
Dockyard knowledge would be ideal
What’s in it for you?
Longevity of work
Opportunity to upskill & develop
Competitive hourly rates
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