SHE Manager - Southampton

Full time

Southampton, United Kingdom

Project support

Trant Engineering Ltd has a long history of engineering and construction excellence, delivering high quality EPC engineering and construction services throughout the UK and overseas. We successfully deliver complex turnkey engineering projects in sectors such as Process & Water, Energy, Defence, Oil & Gas and Nuclear.

We offer clients a range of services including design, manufacturing, installation, construction and commissioning. Our in-house design and offsite manufacturing teams’ work closely to develop technology-based solutions with a strong focus on innovation and value engineering.

Our in-house multi-disciplinary services include civil, process, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, control and automation, supplemented by the design and manufacture of Control Panels, MCC’s, PLC’s, SCADA and automation systems. We also provide a range of bespoke modular and containerised water & wastewater treatment and fuel conditioning systems.

We have over 800 employees and with a healthy forward order book with a projected turnover of £180m this year, it is an exciting time to join the business.

We have an immediate requirement to appoint a SHE Manager to be based from our Head Office in Southampton. Working within all sectors of The Trant Group (including Process & Water, Energy, Oil & Gas and Petrochemical), the SHE Manager will be responsible for managing SHE Advisors and Environmental Advisors within the business and will report directly to the Head of SHEQ. This role will involve travel to various site and regional Trant offices within the UK.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to;

  • Manage and mentor a team of Health, Safety & Environmental Engineers across all sectors who are based of various sites and regional office throughout the UK.
  • Lead on the implementation, development and improvement of the Business Management System (BMS) relating to safety, health, environment and quality.
  • Develop and maintain health, safety and environmental standards and ensuring that they are achieved on-site.
  • Find potential hazards that are not captured in the safe system of works, ensuring suitable and sufficient control measures are introduced to enable a safe working environment for all.
  • Monitor environmental aspects and impacts within the working environment.
  • Advise and guide all personnel working on projects with regards to the implementation of the SHEQ policies and procedures.
  • Liaise with client representatives to establish good working relationships in relation to SHEQ management of sites.
  • Undertake and review high severity accident and incident investigations, as appropriate, advised by the Head of SHEQ. Implement and monitor preventative measures to mitigate against recurrence.
  • Develop and monitor key performance indicators across the business.
  • Set the highest standards of professional conduct, including SHE compliance whilst performing their duties.
  • Promote and brief the company Cultural Development Programme (CDP) aligned with the CDP procedure as well as the principals of continual improvement within the business.
  • Provide support and guidance for all 3rd party audits including BSI, ROSPA, Achilles and client driven audits.
  • To develop and ensure certification to an integrated management system for ISO45001, ISO14001, ISO50001 & ISO9001

Qualifications/Skills;

Essential;

  • NEBOSH National Diploma or equivalent
  • IEMA Level 3 Environmental Management
  • CSCS card
  • Detailed knowledge of ISO9001 : 2015
  • Recognised accident and incident investigation qualification
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Organised & effective planner
  • Excellent manager of people
  • Knowledge of working within National Grid projects

Preferred;

  • Working knowledge of ISO14001
  • Working knowledge of ISO45001

We are keen to receive applications from individuals who are currently working in the position of SHE Manager within a civil engineering or M&E environment. Having a background in working on water and petrochemical contracts would be advantageous but not essential.

Company Benefits;

At Trant, we offer the opportunity for career development within a safe, professional and friendly working environment. We value our employee’s and strongly support and encourage individuals to gain professional qualifications, whilst offering the opportunity to work on projects of differing sizes within a variety of industry sectors.

Our company benefits package includes;

  • A competitive salary
  • Company car or car allowance
  • 24 days holidays + 8 bank holidays (increasing with service)
  • The opportunity to buy more holiday via the salary sacrifice scheme
  • Company Pension scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Free parking
  • Bike to Work Scheme

 Equal Opportunities & Diversity:

Trant Engineering Limited is committed to equal opportunities for all and we do not discriminate on the grounds of race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, sex, disability or age

To apply for this position, please e-mail your CV to lynne.crawford@trant.co.uk or call 02380 665544       

*Please note, due to the volume of applications we are not always able to contact each applicant individually. If you have not heard from us within 10 working days of application, please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion                                                        

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