Infrastucture

Health, Safety and Environmental Advisor

Greater London
£45,000 to £50,000
19/06/2024
Permanent

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Overview

Are you tired of feeling unstable in your role? Looking for an organisation with proven longevity and security?

Principal People are working with a construction contractor recruiting for a Health, Safety and Environmental Advisor. The role will be supporting them out in the field on site looking after the safety and health of their site teams.

Joining a team that is made up of new and long-standing members with several members of the team being there for over 10 years. This gives you the support needed to carry out your duties to the best of your ability by having the support network already in place.

Joining the organisation will give you the opportunity to get involved in some of the largest construction projects within London and the surrounding area, contributing to the ever-changing London Skyline.

The organisation also understands the financial burden of travelling into London via public transport and is happy for you to expense back all travel into the city alongside the car allowance!

Health, Safety and Environmental Advisor - £45,000 - £50,000 + Car Allowance/Travel Expenses + Package – London – Construction – ID: 628912

The successful Health, Safety and Environmental Advisor will be responsible for:
  • Carrying out site audits
  • Contributing and supporting accident investigations
  • Delivering toolbox talks and basic health and safety training
  • Work alongside internal and external stakeholders to develop a positive forward-thinking health and safety strategy and plans.
  • Influencing and improving behavioural safety on site.
The Health, Safety and Environmental Advisor will need to hold:
  • NEBOSH General or NEBOSH Construction as a minimum
  • Experience within large-scale construction projects
  • Ability to travel across London and surrounding areas
  • Familiarity with ISO 45001 and 14001
If you are interested in discussing this further, please apply today.