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Division
Morgan Sindall Property Services Limited
Ref
66534
Vacancy title
Health & Safety Manager
Function(s)
Commercial, Social Housing/Repairs & Maintenance
Contract type
Full time permanent
Region
London
Location(s)
London
Description

Benefits  26 days holiday plus bank holidays, Enhanced Pension Plan, Private Health Single Cover, Life Assurance, Car/Car Allowance – job need if required for the role, Career progression with our Training and Development programme, Cycle to Work Scheme, Oracle benefits; including Cashback, voucher codes, shopping vouchers, reloadable cards, discount holidays etc., Eye Care Vouchers, Share Save schemes, 1 Professional Subscription per annum., Paid voluntary work

About the company

At Morgan Sindall Property Services (MSPS) we believe that talented people are key to our success. There’s nothing that excites us more than finding and developing talent and empowering people to be the best they can be.

We are the leading provider of building maintenance services within the public sector; providing repairs, planned & void refurbishments and compliance services to over 200,000 properties nationwide.

As a company we love pushing boundaries, challenging the status quo and doing things differently to provide the best possible outcomes for our employees and customers. Whether it’s investing in new technology, developing the careers of our people or creating last legacies within the communities we work; we love knowing that we keep moving forward.

About the team

MSPS operates a decentralized philosophy. This means that while we maintain a strong and consistent approach to the way we work, our teams and contracts have the flexibility to tailor and adapt their delivery to meet the needs of our customers.

With over 30 different contracts nationwide, our teams are empowered to make decisions based on what is right for the project, ensuring our customers always comes first.

 

About Us

Morgan Sindall Property Services provides integrated property maintenance services to both the public and private sector, with particular expertise in housing and public building maintenance.

We are the nation’s complete housing solutions specialist with over 30 years’ experience within the affordable housing sector. We provide planned and reactive maintenance to over 200,000 domestic properties nationwide and have a significant portfolio of large-scale framework refurbishment programmes. Our main areas of expertise include: building management systems, day-to-day responsive repairs, void property refurbishments, programmed maintenance, and electrical and gas installations, servicing and repairs.

 

About The Role

The Health and Safety Manager will advise on regional operational compliance (with input nationally) of all relevant Health, Safety and Environmental legislation and standards/guidance. Key responsibilies:

  • Engage with sub-contractors to promote and instil best practice, in line with company policy and procedures.
  • With assistance of operations/procurement department, seek out and trial potential products or procedures that will reduce risk to all those involved.
  • Ensure iMS and the business management system is fully adhered to and ISO registration is maintained.
  • Mentor and provide on hand assistance to employees in understanding requirements of the HSE policy, procedure and legislative requirements. Instil and drive a positive safety culture in line with business expectations
  • Proactively implement improvement, drawing on findings from internal audit reports and industry best practice.
  • Attend and actively contribute to various meetings i.e. safety meetings.
  • Ensure project quality control audits are undertaken by the project team and corrective actions are completed in appropriate timescales.
  • Contribute to the development and delivery of the national / regional training (including plans), to ensure operational and office employees have appropriate training and competence.            
  • Working with the operational teams, provide support on processes and technical problems raised, ensuring suitable resolutions.
  • Liaise with external organisations such as the HSE, Local Authorities, Social Housing Organisation, Fire Authorities, etc. in respect of regional work activities or incidents.
  • Promoting positive HSE culture to prospective clients during presentations and other formats.
  • Train, develop and assist employees to ensure compliance
  • Liaise with other regional HSE managers to ensure uniform approach is delivered throughout the business.
  • Produce and issue annual and monthly audit/inspection safety reports
  • Vet contractors documentation for vendor registration and identify updates if required
  • Review project method statements, risk assessments, and ensure that any non-conformances are rectified.
  • Undertake regular project and office audits to assess compliance and verify accuracy of project team audits and provide documented report on findings.
  • Working with the Project management attend site location and undertake accident investigations and document in a report the findings.
  • Ensure contracts are compliant with all health & safety matters, company and legislative / non legislative electrical requirements.
  • Create and deliver actions within regional HSE plan in line with business plan and contract documentation to drive targeted continuous improvement across the region.
  • Provide technical knowledge at adjudication and pre-start meetings on best practice adherence to achieve compliance with policy or legislation prior to contract award and start on site.

About You

  • The NEBOSH Construction Certificate is required as a minimum and ideally working towards Diploma or equivalent.
  • Graduate Member of IOSH is essential, but working towards to Chartership.
  • Hands-on, relevant industry experience and knowledge of the construction industry is required, as well as experience in back-end construction e.g. refurbishment, fit-out, or general construction projects.
  • You will have a positive and proactive approach to H&S management, with the ability to build strong relationship in order to influence and engage at all levels of the business to ultimately deliver a strong HSE culture.
  • Ability to produce factual, clear and concise reports
  • Full UK driving license is required as you will be expected to be an active presence on site and office locations throughout the region.

 

To be part of a successful team and build your future career with Morgan Sindall please apply now.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the leading industry sector companies where we recognise the value of diversity, flexible working and that talented people are key to our success.

Closing date: 11th January 2019

 

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