Health & Safety Officer

Contact Conor Whelan
  • Salary: €60,000 - €65,000
  • Location: IrelandMunsterCork
  • Sector: Construction
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Sonas Technical is currently seeking an experienced a Health & Safety Manager to join a market-leading Irish Mechanical Contractor with projects based in Cork. The successful candidate will receive an excellent remuneration package and a clear path for career progression.

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Key Responsibilities 

  • Provide appropriate H&S training on site as required
  • Development of a strong safety culture onsite
  • Sign off on work ensuring it meets company standards
  • Responsible for fault reporting and taking necessary corrective action in conjunction with engineering teams
  • Completion of relevant documentation outlining progress etc
  • Accident investigation and identification of corrective and preventative actions
  • Organizing the fire safety plan for the company
  • Assist the H&S Officer when liaising with client’s representatives while on site including attendance at meetings
  • Issue and develop performance reports and policies to Construction Director
  • Provide H&S advice and support to departments

Key Requirements 

  • 3rd level Degree in a relevant discipline
  • Degree qualification or its equivalent in Health & Safety
  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills.
  • Ability to use time productively, maximize efficiency and meet challenging work goals

To apply please email your CV to conor.whelan@sonastechnical.com

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