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Assistant Radiation Protection Officer

London: London | Salary: £31-41K.

A prestigious London university has an opportunity for an Assistant Radiation Protection Officer to join their large, well established Health and Safety Team. Drawing upon your excellent communication skills you will assist the Radiation Protection Officer in the development and promotion of radiation protection policies through:

Assisting the Safety Training Manager in the development and presentation […]

Health, Safety and Fire Consultant

Location: East Grinstead | Salary: £30-35K + car + benefits.

Are you looking for an opportunity to join a specialist Health and Safety consultancy business? Our client provides a range of professional Health, Safety, Fire, and Asbestos services to an established client base and they currently have an opportunity for a Health, Safety, and Fire Consultant to join their team. We […]

Health and Safety Advisor

Location: London | Salary: £35-40K + company car.

A London-based building and civil engineering contractor are currently looking to expand their team by hiring a Health and Safety Advisor. As the Health and Safety Advisor you will be responsible for a wide range of construction and civil engineering projects up to the value of £10m. This will be a site based […]

Health and Safety Advisor

Location: Central London | Salary: £40-50K + pension + benefits.

One of the world’s most respected universities has an opportunity for a Health & Safety Advisor to join their established Health & Safety team. Drawing upon your excellent communication and interpersonal skills, you will promote a positive Health & Safety culture and work to raise the profile of Safety across the […]

Health and Safety Engagement Lead

Location: London – Salary: £70 – 100K.

We are currently recruiting a Health and Safety Engagement Lead for an International construction and property company based in central London. The purpose of this role is to lead on behavioural change and drive health and safety forward through engaging H&S communications and initiatives.

The ideal person for this role needs to be a strong […]

Fire Safety Consultant

Location: London | Salary: £250-£300 (4-6 Months – PT or FT).

A leading Education Institute in London are currently looking for a Fire Safety manager to provide competent technical advice to the University on all aspects of fire safety. Working closely with the University Fire Safety Adviser, this role is particularly focussing on reviewing and updating existing fire management systems to […]

Construction Health and Safety Consultant

Location: London | Salary: £38-42K + car allowance.

A large, international property consultancy have an opportunity for a Health and Safety Consultant to join their Construction Safety team, delivering professional Health and Safety services to clients in the construction and property sector. You will also be responsible for advising client organisations on CDM and acting as CDM Advisor on certain projects. […]

Health and Safety Auditor

Location:  Birmingham | Salary: £35- £42K

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced H&S Auditor to work client side on one of the UK’s largest infrastructure projects. Based from the Birmingham office you will provide assistance and support to the corporate health and safety audit programme and help to promote continuous improvement. You will also support the planning of first, […]

Health and Safety Consultant

Location: South Woodford | Salary: £30-33K + Benefits

Our client, a Health and Safety Consultancy who have been established for 40 years, are currently recruiting for a Health and Safety Consultant to join their team based in East London. They offer a wide range of services including Risk Assessments, Management Plans, Health & Safety Training, advising on Compliance within UK Legislation […]

CDM Consultant

Location: Sutton | Salary: £50K + package.

A structural and civil engineering consultancy have an opportunity for an Senior Health, Safety and CDM Consultant to join their Sutton head office. The company provides a wide range of professional services, working on high-profile, technically challenging projects. The health and safety team are responsible for supporting internal and external clients on all aspects […]

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