Quality, Health & Safety & Environmental Manager

Job Overview

Currently seeking a Quality, Health & Safety & Environmental Manager to work for our client based in North Dublin

Role and Responsibilities;

  • Manage day to day standards and provide up to date information on compliance gaps and communicate to the highest level both internally and externally.
  • Looking for an experienced Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental Manager to ensure that our products and services meet all necessary requirements before they reach the consumer.
  • The successful candidate will inspect all safety processes from A to Z, to make sure it has been built with compliance and to legal standards and meets customer expectations.
  • The successful candidate must also fully understand the requirements for the company and have a sense of responsibility towards our potential and existing customers, as well as the competition.
  • Provide informed QSHE advice to all managers and staff by advising on matters of associated legislation, best practice, and the correct interpretation of defined standards.
  • Ensure the Company Health & Safety Statement and Policies and Environmental Management System Manual & Policies are developed and implemented consistently across the organization.
  • Manage day-to-day systems integrity and compliance by problem solving, auditing, training and updating documents and records to ensure tight adherence with standards and connection between controls and employees.
  • Oversee all SOP procedures to identify deviations from quality standards.
  • Identify and investigate all Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental issues/incidents throughout the organization and drive corrective and preventive actions (CAPA management).
  • Keep accurate documentation and perform statistical analysis.
  • Log and track internal accident investigations across the organization, working with management team to continuously improve the controls in place and compliance with same.
  • Support Managers and staff to maintain QHSE systems of work and integration of controls across core operations.
  • Solicit feedback from customers to assess whether their requirements are met, if not then determine the areas lacking.
  • Be on the lookout for opportunities for improvement and develop new efficient procedures.
  • Monitor and ensure Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental legislation is complied with and carry out audits to evaluate the effectiveness of the QSHE systems and procedures.
  • Report on all significant non-compliance (accidents/RIDDORS, deviations/ NCRs) and provide monthly updates to T4.
  • Constantly evaluate and work toward Continuous Improvement processes (e.g. Lean Systems; Continuous Improvement) to drive effective processes and procedures.
  • The QHSE Manager will be responsible for the maintenance and attainment of our existing and future certifications for all sites.
  • The role requires active participation at all levels, from strategy through to implementation as well as actively influencing and motivating a variety of people to ensure commitment to the overall QHSE compliance.
  • Preparation of Transport Plans and Traffic Management Plans.
  • Communicate relevant QSHE standards and requirements to site Contractors and sub-contractors and manage Risk Assessment and Method Statement compliance.
  • Lead monthly core QHSE meetings and participate in T3 weekly operations meetings.
  • Facilitate and track relevant Health and Safety Training for all staff such as Fork Truck & PPT Licensing; Manual Handling, Ergonomic Assessments, etc. …and maintain training records for all staff.
  • AEO Ownership and responsibility.
  • Review and action site audit reports completed by Customers.
  • Record QSHE T4 Dashboard covering non-compliance incidents; training progress and audit scores.
  • Managing timely updates and changes to SOPs / work instructions to ensure correct application to standards.
  • Ensure all premises hygiene is kept to the required standards at all times, ensuring regular walks of the warehouse and the external areas/perimeter.
  • Ensure all new staff on site are fully inducted, trained and hold relevant valid certs, prior to commencing work.
  • Have full remit experience and relevant QHSE qualifications - desire at least five years' experience, ideally in a similar sector and with Quality aspect as an integral requirement.
  • Should be familiar with ISO Certifications and successful attainment of same.
  • Be comfortable supporting and developing the Company's QHSE systems and encouraging a culture of excellence and compliance.
  • Be knowledgeable with all aspects of the QSHE standards, relevant legislation and compliance requirements.
  • Have excellent verbal and written English with the ability to communicate effectively across all Staff levels within the Company.
  • Have a high level of competency and accuracy in writing and maintaining clear and professional documentation relating to integrated QSHE management systems.
  • Possess strong planning, organisational, teamwork and presentation skills.
  • Be computer literate with Microsoft Office to a proficient level with good typing skills.
  • Ambitious to achieve high personal standards of delivery based on individual KPI's and an agreed OTE model.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with a commitment, hunger and determination to significantly grow the business.
  • Confidence and ability when dealing with a wide variety of people.
  • Dynamic & dedicated with proven levels of high performance.
  • Commercial awareness for work with corporate clients - an understanding of questioning techniques and active listening skills.
  • Ability to work independently while also working as part of a team.
  • Computer literate including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite

Apply today, by sending your cv and I will contact you for a discussion.

Contact Eimar Galvin on 086 185 2313 or email [email protected]recruitment for a confidential chat

Please note: due to current time constraints and travel restrictions, only candidates located in Ireland with full rights to work will be considered for this position.

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