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Health & Safety Advisor – Operational Services

Addlestone, Surrey | £38,000 – £46,500+ Local Authority benefits

An opportunity has arisen to join our operational team as their Health & Safety Advisor. You will lead on shaping the continuous training needs, creating and reviewing policies and procedures, auditing and creating a safety culture throughout the operations services of the Council.

If you have experience in delivering cultural change and service […]

Safety, Health, Environment and Quality Advisor

Location: Battersea, London (60%) home (40%) | Salary: £35-40K + 25 days holiday + bonus + benefits

Reporting to the Managing Director, you will have full ownership of our company compliance. You’re responsible for ensuring our company’s operations fully comply with regulations and procedures; maintaining and improving our integrated management system; promoting understanding of our company objectives for SHEQ aspects; providing […]

Health and Safety Advisor

Location: Harwich, Essex with travel | Salary: £28,819+ civil service pension

Our client delivers reliable, efficient, and cost-effective aids to navigation such as lighthouses, light vessels, buoys and radio navigation, ensuring thousands of mariners navigate their way safely around the UK’s busiest waters. They are a forward-thinking organisation, and it is their ability to meet new demands and the changing requirements […]

Safety Advisor – Infrastructure

Location: London / Home | Salary: £45-53K + generous benefits package

World leading university with over 200 buildings in central London have an opportunity for a Safety Advisor to join their central health & safety team. The main purpose of the role is to provide advice, assurance and assistance on safety matters to departments across the university, with a particular […]

Safety Advisor – Biological (UNDER OFFER)

Location: London / Home | Salary: £45-53K + generous benefits

Working as part of the central safety team at a world leading university, you will be responsible for providing health & safety assurance, advice, and guidance to academic departments.

Delivering safety training and coaching
Conducting audits and inspections
Investigating accidents and incidents
Promoting a positive safety culture
Liaising with HSE, […]

Health and Safety Advisor 12 months (UNDER OFFER)

Home-based – Bedfordshire | £34K (12-month FTC)

Here in the Corporate Health and Safety Team, we give guidance on occupational health and safety to staff across the council. By keeping our workforce safe and well, we’re making sure they can give residents 100%. As a Corporate Health and Safety Advisor, you’ll be at the heart of our work, helping our […]

University Health and Safety Advisor

Location: Central London | Salary: £40-50K + excellent benefits package

An internationally renowned London-based university have an opportunity for a Health and Safety Advisor to join their established Health & Safety team. You will be responsible for providing advice and guidance on safety matters to a range of academic departments, working closely with the facilities and property team to deliver a […]

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