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Health & Safety Manager

A Health & Safety Manager is sought by a growing Engineering and Technology company in Nottingham.

As the Health & Safety Manager you will report directly to the Senior Management Team, and you will be responsible for:

  • Maintaining and improving H&S management systems and driving adherence to external as well
  • as internal standards
  • Ensuring risk assessments, including Fire and COSHH, are completed/reviewed in line with defined schedules and/or when required
  • Undertaking facility checks and inspections at the required frequency, for example fire safety systems and emergency lighting
  • Ensuring that there are sufficient Fire Wardens and First Aiders in place and training is kept up to date
  • Implementing and updating all H&S policies and procedures
  • Investigation of all accidents, incidents and near misses, ensuring corrective measures are put in place to mitigate risk in the future
  • Advising and supporting the management team on all H&S matters
  • Playing a key role in supporting the achievement and maintenance of ISO accreditation’s
  • Supporting event recording, investigations, analysis, and remedial actions in relation to ISO
  • Supporting internal audit programmes
  • Procurement and contract management, as well as contract negotiation for relevant FM contracts
  • Ensuring all planned preventative maintenance and reactive maintenance takes place in a timely manner
  • Project management, supervising, and coordinating the work of contractors
  • Preparing and submitting all planning applications including listed building consent
  • Preparing and submitting grant applications as well as proactively identifying grants available to the company
  • Ensuring appropriate insurance policies are in place and kept up to date
  • Planning for future developments in line with strategic business objectives
  • Managing and leading change to ensure minimum disruption to core activities

As Health & Safety Manager you will need a wide range of skills and personal qualities including: –

  • NEBOSH General Certificate or equivalent
  • Up to date knowledge of current HSE legislation ideally including ISO45001
  • Proven experience working in a standalone H&S role
  • NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety or equivalent is desirable
  • Experience and knowledge of ISO9001 and / or ISO27001
  • Proven line management skills and experience
  • Experience in procurement and tendering FM contracts
  • Excellent negotiation, communication skills
  • An enthusiastic team player with the ability to foster good working relationships
  • The ability to lead and motivate others
  • The ability to work well under pressure
  • Drive and self-motivation
  • A flexible approach to work
  • Commercial and business acumen

Our client offers a flexible, and enjoyable working environment where you can truly make an impact with your work. You will have the opportunity to develop your skills, share knowledge and work as a

team to drive continual improvement.

To apply please contact Adam Jones for a confidential chat or click Apply Now to send your CV

Asset Compliance Officer

Asset Compliance Officer
Permanent – 37 hours per week
Hybrid working
£31,394
Northamptonshire

Hamilton Woods Associates are currently recruiting for an Asset Compliance Officer to assist the Asset and Development Team and lead on the collection, validation, and analysis of data necessary to achieve compliance.

Duties and Responsibilities of Asset Compliance Officer:

  • Provide accurate data coordination support for delivery of responsive and planned maintenance services within the Repairs and Maintenance Team
  • Support the procurement and administration of contracts within the repairs and maintenance service, ensuring compliance of statutory and regulatory requirements and updating registers
  • Produce accurate reports and data to ensure the organisation is compliant with housing related legislation
  • Provide asset information and reports in a variety of formats, obtain information from contractors, and provide performance information for monitoring purposes
  • Ensure all legislative compliance adhered to within the repairs service including but not limited to; Electrical Testing, Asbestos, Gas, Legionella, Fire risk Assessment, Lifts, Fire Alarms and Emergency Lighting; administration of compliance
  • Liaise with tenants
  • Carry out pre and post contract administration

To be considered for this exciting role, please contact Lucie Houston – Senior Recruitment Consultant at Hamilton Woods on 01509 276158 or apply online with a covering note of your experience and suitability referencing the job ID number. Due to the exceptionally high level of applications if you have not heard back from HWA within 7 – 10 days, it is regrettable that we cannot respond to all applicants, and please assume your application has been unsuccessful.