Salter Grange is currently recruiting an EHS Lead to join a prominent Data Centre builder for high-profile projects in Europe, which will be a great addition to a career conscious EHS Manager.
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My client is open to the candidate's background if they can demonstrate cradle-to-grave experience on high-value construction projects in different sectors with reputable Main Contractors.
They have a proven track record developing people, but ideally, the successful H&S Manager will be in the sector and looking for that step up or step forward if you have hit a glass ceiling.
You will be working under a highly regarded Business Unit Director with great clients, a strong pipeline of work in a robust sector and a turnover reaching £2 billion; it is a great time to join the business.
Please note that you would be employed under the host country employment law. On offer is a competitive salary + Accommodation + flights + travel + bonus.
EHS Lead Responsibilities:
Client EHS System Adherence: Comply with client's Safety Management system.
Statutory Compliance: Follow relevant EHS laws and regulations.
EHS Plan Adherence: Ensure compliance with client's and PSCS EHS Plans.
Project Execution Compliance: Meet project execution plan requirements.
COSHH Assessment & Control: Assess and control hazardous substances.
Site Audit & Corrective Actions: Conduct audits, document results, and take corrective actions.
Toolbox Talk Execution: Conduct necessary Toolbox talks.
EHS Liaison: Communicate with site Project Management on EHS matters.
Updated Safety File: Include current documentation in the Safety File.
EHS Lead Requirements:
Relevant EHS Qualification: Possess a recognized qualification in Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) that aligns with the responsibilities of the position.
5+ Years' Experience: Demonstrate a minimum of 5 years of practical experience in managing EHS programs and activities, preferably in a similar role or within the construction industry.
Current Legislation Knowledge: Stay updated and maintain a thorough understanding of current EHS legislation, regulations, and industry standards to ensure compliance and effective implementation.
Flexible Working: Display flexibility in working arrangements, adapting to changing project requirements and timelines as needed while maintaining a strong focus on EHS objectives.
NEBOSH Certificate: Hold a valid NEBOSH (National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health) certificate or an equivalent qualification, demonstrating a comprehensive understanding of EHS principles and practices.
If you are interested in learning more about the EHS Lead role please get in touch with Darren at Salter Grange on (phone number removed) for a confidential chat
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