Job Ref: ENG00020467

ENGIE – Cover North West

Sky Scrapper

Primary Location: Europe-United Kingdom-England-Blackburn with Darwen –
Schedule: Full-time
Nature of Responsibility:Senior operational / administrative role

ENGIE are recruiting for a SHEQ Business Partner to be based in the North West, the main office is based at Blackburn, BB1 2QE. This is a permanent full time role, working 37.5 hours per week. On offer is a competitive salary, company vehicle or allowance, bonus and benefits package.

The normal working hours will be Monday to Friday, 9:00am until 5:00pm.

Reporting in to the Head of SHEQ, you will ensure that assigned contracts within the Business Energy & Services (BES) Division operate to the highest standards of Health, Safety and Environment through being accountable for the delivery of the HSE strategy and engagement to ensure continuous improvement, world class performance and the development of a positive health and safety culture.

Main Responsibilities/Duties Include:

Ensuring that current advisory services are maintained and are available at all times on matters affecting the health and safety of all ENGIE personnel at their place of work.

Ensuring that the application and implementation of CDM2015 is applied throughout the business operational activities, where applicable.

Advising Management on all HS&E occupational health and welfare matters, keep them appraised on the success or otherwise of the measures and advising management of possible alternative arrangements.

Auditing places of work, focusing on provision of safe systems of work, safe places of work and attitudes towards SHEQ. Issue formal reports, recommending corrective actions where required.

Actively promote improvements in attitudes towards health and safety ensuring the provision of a HS&E induction for personnel at all levels covering accident prevention techniques and hazard awareness.

Ensuring that personnel are regularly and properly informed by maintaining a co-ordinated system of HS&E publicity, promotions and adequate level of training, including awareness of the ENGIE Management System (EMS)

Ensuring that personnel at all levels are properly updated on new and revised HS&E legislation.

Carrying out investigations into all accidents/incidents, fires and dangerous occurrences, and issuing reports detailing causes and recommended action. Ensure that Accident/Incident database (AIMS) is updated on a regular basis and that actions are closed in a timely manner.

Liaising with management on the notification of accidents and dangerous occurrences, and the reporting/recording of these incidents.

Attend functional team meetings and SHEQ meetings as required.

The reporting of the monthly SHEQ data to business unit Diretor(s) and Head of SHEQ.

Co-ordinating the development of Construction Phase Plans.

Co-ordinating the delivery of Zero Harm plans.

Clearly understands the standards set in the various management systems for HS&E.

Carries out regular site monitoring of operations to ensure standards and legislative requirements are met.

Demonstrates a good knowledge of H&S, including CDM and Environmental legislation.

Monitor and reports all incidents using ENGIE systems.

Investigates all incidents reported through the Accident Incident Management System (AIMS)

Carry out internal audits to ensure standards are met.


Qualifications or Required Experience:

Level 4 qualification in a relevant discipline
Full driving licence required.

Substantial experience in Health & Safety in a Construction or FM Industry.

We are looking for an individual with experience within the facilities management discipline having a core understanding of risk associated with this environment. In addition the individual should have a working knowledge of CDM2015.

For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. There is no re-location package with this job role. ENGIE do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.


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