Role: Site Safety Supervisor - Major Projects - Decommissioning
Location: Central London
Rate: £250 - £300 depending on experience
Duration: 6 Months +
Start date: ASAP
Candidates must have construction/industrial/demolition background on major projects
My client is looking for a site safety supervisor to join them working with one of their clients in the industrial sector located in West Central London, who are currently going through the decommissioning process at one of their refinery locations.
CDM and Construction Regulations, H&S plan requirements.
Monthly loss prevention indicators
Maintain permit registry for activities undertaken where Vale is the PC (MWP, Admin Pre Works, Decommissioning)
Control & oversight of permits from HSE basis
Monitoring the compliance of the works against the specification, contract and any relevant permissions, consents or licences.
Managing project Health and Safety on site including preparation of project HSSE plans and method statements.
Compliance with Health and Safety policies and procedures and assure the works are being carried out in a safe manner adhering to site specific risk assessments and method statements.
Liaise with and maintain a good working relationship with clients
Identifying technical and / or HSSE related problems on site.
Detailed record keeping including personnel, plant, volumes (excavation, placement, import, export, stockpiles, H&S, safety discussions, testing records, environmental monitoring, discharge flows/volumes etc.
Skills & Experience:
Site based, advising & "policing", walkdown on site & regularly inspections.
Permit to Work controls experience, strong technical/operational background of decommissioning activities
Demonstrable experience in environmental consulting or contracting in a site-based role delivering brownfield remediation / demolition / decommissioning projects on sites in the UK.
Ability to manage HSSE aspects of site work and to lead the HSSE culture of a project.
Ability to build effective working relationships with clients, colleagues and contractors.
Working knowledge of common construction contracts e.g. NEC3 ECC would be desirable.
If you are interested you can apply on online or send your CV and I will call you to discuss
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