Health and Safety Manager

We are looking for a new addition to our forward thinking team in a key role in supporting the Directors and Managers on safety, health, welfare and environmental matters to ensure the company maintains and complies with its statutory obligations.  The role would suit an experienced HSE Manager (at least five years industry experience at a senior level) – so they can immediately start to contribute in shaping the H&S function.

Our innovative products are used all over the world within construction, transport and aerospace sectors.  We have decades of experience and technical expertise within bonding, sealants and adhesives industries.

Forgeway culture is built on our values:

Passionate, conscientious and disciplined
Smart with innovation
Respect for our community and it’s ethos
Humility with gratitude
Play by the rules
Positive ‘can-do’ attitude
Continuous learning and development
If these values are also important to you…read on!

The role…

An autonomous varied role where you can impart your knowledge and be involved in all aspects of strategy and implementation and you would be creating your own department.

The skills you will bring…

Knowledge of creating and updating policies and procedures, legislation compliance, risk reduction and management
Training and engagement relating to all work practices
Updating and communicating emergency response plans
Working to environmental regulations
Internal inspections and preparation for audits.
Understanding of LEAN principles and techniques and to shape the H&S function.
Ideal but not essential; PRINCE project management qualification or proven skills in project delivery.

What we offer…

We are committed to development opportunities for all of our team members
A fast paced environment in a growing company.
Pension
Company sick pay
Free eye test
Free ‘deli’ style lunch

For a full job description, list of responsibilities and ideal skill set, please email careers@forgeway.com.

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