Our client is a well-recognised and regarded brand, sold both locally and across the world. They are an industry leader in their specialised products. The great success of our client is directly related to its innovative and award-winning leadership team.
They offer a dynamic team environment, backed with stable management structure and are continuously experiencing strong growth.
Our client is looking to appoint an Occupational Health and Safety (OHSE) Advisor to join their team, reporting to the HRD. The role will see you responsible for providing WHSE advise, with a focus on Best Practice and lead the journey to zero injuries and accidents across ANZ.
Having both manufacturing and field based service tech's, safety culture is of high value for the whole organisation, right to CEO level and their employee engagement surveys are testament to this.
As such, the organisation is already in a good place and is looking for the right person to help them continue on the journey and make a real difference, putting in place safety observations and driving Best Practice.
This role will see you responsible for:
- Provide WHSE advice, technical and management support and promote positive WHSE culture.
- Oversee environmental compliance, improvement and reporting
- Manage compliance to AS/NZS4801 and ISO14001
- Support management and staff awareness of WHSE responsibilities and accountabilities
- Establish, develop and implement policies and procedures for safety/risk management and emergencies.
- Monitor compliance with workplace policies and procedures including conducting workplace audits of contractors
- Coordinate and participate in incident and emergency response.
- Conduct/participate in workplace incident investigations
- Conduct WHSE training needs analysis
- Develop WHSE training to address identified needs
- Implement, monitor and evaluate effectiveness of WHS training
- Ensure induction covers staff WHSE accountabilities and new Managers are coached on their WHSE responsibilities
- Build strong relationships with all levels of stakeholders
- Ensure maintenance of appropriate WHSE records
- Compilation, analysis and reporting of work injury/illness statistics
- Lead compliance requirements and conduct regular audits
- Initiate and drive safety programs aimed at prevents incidents from occuring
To be successful in this role, you must:
- Be able to demonstrate at least 5 years of experience in a safety and compliance role, with a background in manufacturing or technical services highly regarded
- Proven in-depth knowledge of WHSE legislation, Acts and Industry Best Practice
- Demonstrable experience in design, development and implementation of WHSE policies and practices
- Highly developed communication and relationship building skills with both internal and external stakeholders
- Experience with injury management, return to work and accident investigation
- Experience in delivering inductions and WHSE training the workplace
Please either send your CV in word format via 'apply now' below. For a confidential chat, please call Karen on 02 8023 5607. #LI-JOBS