Collins McNicholas

Role Responsibilities:

  • Be a leader in the Behavioural Based Safety Programme.
  • Advise and liaise with project construction team and PSPD regarding on site Health and Safety issues and overall commitment to improving safe conditions in the workplace.
  • Update the site company safety file for both statutory compliance and company compliance with Safety Management System.
  • Issue Weekly H&S Progress Report. 
  • Inspection of WAH equipment such as Mobile Towers, Ladders, MEWP. 
  • Ensure compliance with HSA and Statutory obligations, cooperate policies and procedures and legislation.
  • Ensure compliance and continuous improvement for all elements of Health & Safety.
  • Carryout accident and incident investigations and corrective actions and follow up effectiveness of these actions. 
  • Conduct regular internal audits and report and close out findings with project team.
  • Compile method statements/ risk assessments for various tasks and ensure compliance with same. 
  • Communicate Tool Box Talks and carryout site inductions. 
  • Strict management and assessment of all onsite subcontractors including reviewing RAMS.
  • Chair PSCS HES meetings and communicate minutes to Leo Lynch project team and ensure issues are closed. 
  • Attend internal HES meeting and ensure relevant issues are reviewed and closed. 
  • Ensure all regulatory and in-house safety training/refresher training is completed.
  • Assisting the Group Health & Safety Manager in ensuring all Safety requirements are met in a timely manner.
  • Present weekly safety performance reports to senior management

 

Role Requirements:

Essential:

  • A third level qualification in Health & Safety
  • At least five years’ health and safety advisory experience gained within the PSCS role in process, semi-conductor, chemical or mechanical engineering environment
  • Excellent communication skills / Team player with hands on approach to resolving issues.
  • Be methodical, logical, efficient and highly organised.
  • Strong IT and communication skills (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and excellent document control.

Desired:

  • CIF PSCS Training or similar
  • FETAC Manual Handling Instructor (Advantage)
  • Occupational First Aider (Advantage)
  • Membership of Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (Advantage)
  • WAH and Abrasive Wheels Instructor (Advantage)

Experience Required:

  • A proven track record with a minimum of five years PSCS’ health and safety advisory experience gained within a process, semi-conductor, chemical or mechanical engineering environment

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Aisling Lane on 021-4320675 or email aisling.lane@collinsmcnicholas.ie

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