Health, Safety & Environment Coordinator
We have an opportunity for a motivated professional, who understands the value of client care, to join our Queensland business as a HS&E Coordinator. You will help ensure safety compliance on our projects and become part of our successful team.
In this role you will:
- Complete the administration and implementation of the Health, Safety and Environmental Plan (HSE) daily on our sites to maintain compliance with the HSE plan
- Conduct site inductions as required in line with HSE Plan
- Perform initial review of completed subcontractor Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) to ensure they are high quality and meet the requirements of the HSE plan
- Conduct regular safety inspection walks to ensure the site meets all the requirements of the HSE and Injury Management policies and procedures
- Present on site safety training to build HSE competency and compliance
- Implement and support sustainability initiatives on projects
- Ensure that HSE performance standards on our sites are met and report back to the HSE Manager
To be considered for this position you will have:
- Relevant HS&E qualifications and tickets including WHOSO
- Working knowledge of State and Federal legislation in regards to Occupational, Health and Safety and Environmental
- Ability to understand and apply policyand procedures that meet legislative requirements in regard to Health, Safety and the Environment
- Ability to conduct thorough workplace inspections and report findings
- Strong influencing skills
- Computer literate and proficient in the Microsoft Office Suite
- Ability to liaise with staff at alllevels of the organisation
An attractive salary package will be offered to reflect the experience of the successful candidate.
If you are interested in applying,please forward your resume along with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
If this sounds like you, please apply today as we are screening now.
Note to agencies: We have preferred recruitment partners in place and therefore do not welcome speculative enquiries