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Huxley Associates
Salary band: Any
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Scotland
Job type: Contract
Contact: Daniel Brookes
Sector: Health and Safety
Category: Biofuels and Bioenergy Jobs, Carbon Capture and Storage CCS Jobs, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Jobs, Thermal Energy Storage Jobs

Currently looking for a HSE adviser for a 12-18 month contract with petro chem experience for my client in Scotland.

Responsible for monitoring the Company's compliance with health and
safety law and providing advice to both companies and employers on the work

Knowledge & Skill requirements:

NEBOSH Certificate

Strong written and verbal skills, ability to prepare case papers for prosecutions if

Strong internal and external communication skills

Knowledge of Petro Chem Sites

Role-Specific Skills

Detailed knowledge of business and own areas processes and procedures. Recognised as an expert in your own area
Clearly understands and drives KPI improvement under the five pillars
Able to complete competent and workable Risk Assessments and Safe Systems of Work.
Able to develop and train out Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Delivers quality and accuracy in own work
Able to cope under pressure and flex with peaks in personal workload
Able to use and understand management operating systems and IT based packages
Able to anticipate/identify problems and use available resources to provide
effective solutions
Able to act on decisions with the required amount of urgency

The project is looking to go live in the early part of December. If you are interesting in the role please send me your CV.

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