EHS Officer

Location UK / Antrim

Job Type Not disclosed

Salary Not disclosed

Updated 5 days ago

Reference 1402543

 Job Description

Excellent opportunity for a EHS Officer based in Monsktown.

CDE Global Ltd is a progressive and award-winning company supplying the Global recycling, quarrying and mining industries with innovative aggregate processing solutions. 

EHS Officer

Job Purpose & Responsibilities:

Job Purpose:

To ensure company compliance to the most recent Health and Safety Legislation and assist in promoting and world class EHS Safety culture.

Outline Responsibilities:

  • Assist the CDE Global EHS Manager to meet the EHS objectives set by CDE Directors.
  • Support the business requirements in all EHS aspects for manufacturing, assembly operations and support functions within the CDE Group.
  • Ensure the risk assessment process is compliant with all statutory requirements for all company activities both on, and off site.
  • Monitor project operations to ensure compliance with CDM regulations and make process improvements to suit.
  • Undertake site visits during the installation and commissioning of projects.
  • Develop & implement EHS Policies and maintain the EHS arrangements for compliance with ISO 14001 & OHAS 18001.
  • Review and audit the EHS Management process as per ISO 14001 & OHAS 18001. 
  • Seek to enhance the ‘Culture of Safety’ throughout CDE by implementing key initiatives to reduce injuries & incidents.
  • Assist in investigating all injuries, incidents and dangerous occurrences using best practices to achieve company’s goals and objectives.
  • Collate and present information on all EHS aspects on a routine basis.
  • Ensuring all new personnel receive an EHS induction before commencement of work.
  • Evaluate and implement EHS training in accordance with the employee training matrix and ensure any expiring qualifications are renewed in a pro-active manner.
  • Provide EHS awareness of all staff through communication, training and engagement.
  • Ensuring all identified safety meetings are attended and minutes taken.
  • Update EHS communications, i.e. Notice boards, Tool Box Talks, etc.
  • Ensure adequate first aid and PPE equipment is reviewed, available and persons competent for their use.
  • Constantly seek to update individual competence against legislative changes and best practice through a personal development plan. 

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Closing date 30th April