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Quality and Environmental Manager

Location: Coventry | Salary: £40-48K + Benefits.

Our client is one of the UK’s largest packaging distributors and are seeking an experienced QE Manager to join their head office team. The role will include travel nationally, supporting over twenty regional distribution centres and four manufacturing sites with Quality & Environmental best practice and compliance. Your responsibilities will include:

Ensure Quality procedures are […]

Fire Advisor

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

An international Property and Construction Consultancy are currently looking for a Fire Consultant to join their Central London team on delivering Fire Safety Consultancy services to their large and varied client base. This is an excellent opportunity for you to apply your Fire Safety experience to a number of different environments covering residential […]

Health and Safety Manager

Location: Watford | Salary: £40-45K + package.

As Health and Safety Manager you will be responsible for putting suitable systems in place for the management, monitoring and review of health and safety for a national retailer with 200+ stores, associated warehousing, distribution and office space. Your key responsibilities will include:

Advise the business on changes to any legislation and its impact […]

Senior CDM Consultant

Location: City of London | Salary: £45-60K + car allowance + package.

We are looking for a Construction Health and Safety Professional who is able to work independently on projects typically throughout London and the South East. Projects can be in any location in the UK so a willingness to travel is also required. You will also be required to work […]

Head of Health and Safety

Location: London | Salary: £70-75K + Benefits.

We are currently recruiting a Head of Health and Safety for a rapidly expanding and innovative product development company based in London. We are looking for a creative and engaging Health & Safety professional with energy and passion. Behavioral Safety and Wellbeing is a key focus of this role and the successful candidate will […]

Senior Acoutics Consultant

Location: Manchester or Peterborough | Salary: £38K + Benefits.

A large international project management and engineering consultancy are currently looking for a Senior Acoustics Consultant to join their Manchester or Peterborough Office. As the acoustics Consultant you will project manage the delivery of acoustic workstreams in support of small, medium and large-scale projects and project teams. This position will work closely […]

Regional Trainer

Location: South West (Bristol based) | Salary: £35K + company car + benefits.

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A leading tool and equipment hire firm have an opportunity for a Regional Safety Training Instructor to join their established and successful team. You will join some of the most dynamic trainers in the UK who pride themselves on being the UK’s leading provider for PASMA training. Following […]

Health and Safety Manager

Location: Birmingham | Salary: £50-60K + package

We are currently recruiting a Health & Safety Manager to work on a major civil engineering / infrastructure project based in the West Midlands. Working within a team of experienced Health and Safety professionals, you will work closely with the project teams to ensure the highest standards of health and safety are maintained during […]

Construction Health and Safety Consultant

Location: London | Day rate: £300-400 (3 days per week for 3 months).

Excellent opportunity for a Construction Health and Safety Consultant to work with a major international consultancy to provide professional Health and Safety advice to a corporate client. You will be working closely with the end-client to advise on Health and Safety strategy, their client-side construction Health and Safety […]

Health & Safety Consultant

Location: London | Salary: £300 day/£350 nights – 3 months.

A leading UK transport infrastructure contractor requires a Health and Safety Consultant to work on a major electrical project at Gatwick Airport. You will be responsible for day-to-day site safety, working closely with the site team to maintain consistently high standards of Health & Safety. Your key responsibilities will include:

Monitoring […]

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