The Role Develop and improve management systems. Ensure the site is operated in a manner which meets the sites EHS standards. Manage and report on EHS KPI’s. Coordinate safety committees and safety activities within the plant. Update and maintain all EHS literature. Lead all audit activities on site including annual corporate inspections. Ensure that plant personnel adhere to safe work practices. Develop and lead EHS initiatives across the site. Monitor compliance with all relevant EHS legal and other legislative requirements. Support all projects to integrate EHS requirements during implementation. Participate in incident, accident and near miss management – follow up, investigation and reporting. Continuously reinforce safety on site and ensure it has a high profile. Provide training. The Person Diploma in Environmental Science or Occupational Health & Safety. 3- 5 years EHS experience particularly in the manufacturing industry desirable. Strong communication and problem solving skills. Hartley People Recruitment work to the highest ethical standards within our industry and we value the trust that you place in us when you send your CV. We can provide a full consultation in confidence and we guarantee that your CV will not be sent to any of our clients without your prior consent. For immediate consideration please call Sara on 051-878813 or email your CV in response to this job posting. Hartley People also recruit for similar roles such as Quality Control Manager, Quality Control Technician, Quality Assurance Manager, Quality Assurance Technician, New Product Development Manger, Quality Systems Manager, New Product Development Co-ordinator, Supplier Assurance Manager.
Wexford, Carlow, Kilkenny
111 days ago