Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) Lead

Occupational Health and Safety Adviser
Pacific Industrial Company
collapse description expand description Pacific Industrial Company (PIC) is a highly regarded private company and a recognised leader in the Australian steel fabrication and construction industry. We provide steel design, fabrication and construction services to the construction, mining, oil and gas sectors Australia wide.
PIC is currently seeking an experienced and hands on HSE Lead to join our team to provide advice and support on all matters relating to Health, Safety, and Environment across our workshop and various project locations. 
This role is based in our Naval Base office and is responsible for the overall management of the corporate HSE function, as well as assisting our site-based teams to deliver project HSE objectives for our clients.
Key Duties include:
  • Proactively driving the implementation and continual improvement of our Health, Safety and Environmental culture, strategy, plan and performance.
  • Managing the Company and Projects HSE Systems.
  • Identifying Industry Standards and best practice according to legislation.
  • Advising, assisting and implementing best practice safety strategy to assist project management to ensure a safe, healthy and accident-free work environment.
  • Providing specialist HSE advice and technical support to the Management Team.
  • Supporting the business to manage and maintain the HSE risk profile, risk assessment and risk management process.
  • Ensuring all operational activities comply with applicable laws and regulations and our codes of conduct.
  • Managing the internal auditing process and maintaining compliance with HSE certification requirements.
  • Conducting and leading incident investigations where required.
  • Exhibiting strong proactive leadership and commitment to HSE throughout all facets of the business.
  • Developing strong relationships with Senior Management, Project Management, and client personnel whilst delivering strong business outcomes in the area of HSE.
  • Mentoring and assisting to build the capacity of HSE Advisors across the business.
  • Actively leading and promoting HSE to all personnel.
  • Conducting regular HSE audits to ensure compliance with processes and procedures.
  • Provide HSE reporting on a monthly and as required basis.
Key Requirements:
  • Minimum Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) or higher.
  • 5+ years in an HSE Management/Lead role, or in a Senior HSE Advisor role who is looking to take the “next step”.
  • A strong commitment to HSE and a pragmatic approach to safety.
  • Strong communication skills across all levels of the business.
  • Strong time management and organisational skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities and work within tight deadlines
  • A strong commitment to continuously apply and influence best practice standards
  • A hands-on approach to this Management role
 If this is a role where you believe you can make a difference and are keen to join a passionate and dedicated team then please click the “Apply Now” button below.

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