Quality, Safety, Health and Environment Officer
We are recruiting for a Quality, Safety, Health and Environment (QSHE) Officer to join the QSHE department at our UK Head Office in Camberley.
About the job
The QSHE Officer assists the QSHE Manager in the execution of the Department’s responsibilities. These include providing Alfa Laval Ltd with advice and support for quality, health, safety and environmental management systems, serving both internal, external customers and other interested third parties.
The department aims to manage and promote high standards of; quality, health, safety and environmental awareness throughout Alfa Laval UK.
The key elements of this role include;
- Conducting internal and external QSHE audits in compliance with ISO and OHSAS standards
- Participating in Customer questionnaires and tenders
- Conducting in-house and off-site SHE inspections and Safety Tours
- Accident/incident investigations
- Conducting Risk Assessment, Policy and Procedure reviews
- Assisting in the promotion of stronger participation and ownership of QSHE issues throughout the organisation
- Liaising with Department Managers on the needs of the business, legal and compliance requirements, on QSHE matters
- Monitoring and updating QSHE related records, logs and documentation
- Facilitating Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) committee meetings
- Participating in Third Party audits and certification surveillance visits
- Monitoring and reviewing Legal Compliance requirements
- Monitoring and facilitating statutory inspections and tests
- Contributing to the periodic Supplier/Contractor Reviews
- Auditing, assessing and monitoring Contractors/Sub-contractors employed by Alfa Laval
- Maintaining QSHE information to the ‘Shared’ Drive and the Intranet (SHARE)
- Monitoring and administrating the Calibration of Measuring Instruments
- Conducting appropriate QSHE staff training and New Starter Inductions
Successful candidates are required to have a NEBOSH certificate or equivalent, with IOSH membership being desirable.
Proven experience of working in a similar QSHE role within a manufacturing or engineering environment is required.
You will need strong communication skills and be able to actively promote the work of the QSHE department to all levels of the business in a professional and understandable way. You will also have a strong written ability and be able to provide concise and understandable reports for both management and employees. Experience in training and presentation skills would also be advantageous.
A high level of PC literacy, including Microsoft Office are required, with the ability to learn new systems. AutoCAD and Visio are also desirable.
You will have a flexible approach and be able to prioritise your workload to the needs of the business and the department.
A self-starter with the confidence to plan appropriate actions, you will be keen to develop your understanding of the QSHE requirements of Alfa Laval.
There will be a requirement to attend other offices across the UK, as well as attending customer sites on occasion, so you will need to be flexible to travel across the UK as required. A full driving licence would be advantageous for this reason. Some overnight stays will also be required.