$50.48 per hour
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The primary purpose of the HSEQ Advisor is to provide support, education and advice to site personnel and management. HSE Management is one of the key deliverables for the business and to demonstrate to state legislative bodies that they have safety management processes developed and have sufficient rigour to control the business risks and meet the standards established by the states Acts and Regulations.
- Conduct a comprehensive risk assessments, with relevant personnel, of the scope of operations, including working environment, current work practices and procedures.
- Assist with the development of training needs analysis (including gap analysis), including the identification of training needs and the development of a site training plan and training registers. Monitor the implementation of the training plan with respect to critical training.
- Assist site personnel in the development of site and task specific risk assessments, operational procedures and work instruction and conduct ongoing reviews of the effectiveness and compliance to risk control measures.
- Develop the site induction with the respect to our client and owner requirements when working on common user sites and with the perspective of employees potentially coming from a varying range of backgrounds.
- Establish HSE consultation and communications processes, including the establishment of Health and Safety Management Arrangements, HSE Representatives, HSE Committees, and toolbox meetings.
- Provide the site with leadership and assistance in the development of a safety culture and environment which is consistent across all safety-critical functions.
- Develop, implement and monitor the site HSE Management Plans and Security Plans to meet the site performance targets and meet the Business and Corporate requirements.
- Develop, implement and maintain a Safety Management System, Environmental Management System and Quality Management System to the relevant Australian and International Standards.
- Lead site aspects of preparation and maintenance of external certification of above mentioned management systems.
- Manage HSE actions and initiatives of site and corporate business plans. Provide regular formal reports on performance.
- Complete monthly HSEQ reporting requirements as required.
- Establish, implement and monitor an inspection and audit program for the sites including all Maritime, transport, safety, environmental and quality requirements. Mentor staff in the carrying out of these activities.
- Implement the change management standard when processes change on site and ensure that all change management objectives are met and complied with.
- In conjunction with management, develop and implement return to work plans, and liaise with stakeholders in the return to work process.
- Facilitate operational continuity by covering management leave, emergency and incident response as required.
- Manage community aspects (e.g. sponsorships, programs, schools, etc) for the site and in consultation with relevant site and regional personnel.
- Arrange medical examinations of employees, new starters and surveillance.
- Monitor alcohol and drug testing on a random basis, assisting with external testing processes
- Develop and maintain the site chemical register, including Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
- Assist with the investigative and reporting process associated with incidents and injuries sustained by personnel on site. This includes attendance at incident sites during and after normal working hours.
- Conduct Hazard inspections and risk assessments of the work site and work processes. Follow up action plans to ensure that identified hazards are controlled to an acceptable level of risk.
- Ensure the site HSE committee meetings are conducted monthly, correctly and that the minutes are distributed and maintained. Ensure all action points are carried out as required.
Qualifications and Experience
- Minimum 5 years’ experience in a similar role
- Knowledge and understanding of applicable Commonwealth/State Safety and Environmental legislation and standards
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with a variety of people
- Advanced skills using Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPoint
- Ability to work autonomously, using a proactive approach to task resolution
- Ability to be flexible and adaptable to work in a demanding environment
- Ability to work well within a small team environment
- Minimum Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety
- Identification and implementation of effective HSE initiatives
- A thorough understanding of safety within heavy industry
- Ability to undertake large scale risk assessments
- Ability to develop tactical and strategic plans to address safety issues
- Understanding of training principles and their application in addressing HSE issues
- Time management
If you believe you’re the right person for this role, please click APPLY, or contact Sabrina from CELOTTI WORKFORCE on 08 7905 7000 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CELOTTI WORKFORCE is a specialist provider of temporary and permanent blue and white collar staff to the building, infrastructure and resources sectors across Australia. We seek the highest calibre candidates for our assignments which span small to major engineering and construction projects and mainstream operations in our select sectors.
CELOTTI WORKFORCE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe in strength through diversity. We are committed to providing an inclusive, respectful and fair working environment; encouraging applications from women, Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders, and people of all backgrounds and beliefs to apply for our positions.