Health & Safety Officer
O'Neill & Brennan
Macroom, County Cork
3d ago

O’Neill & Brennan, Ireland’s leading construction recruitment agency are delighted to be recruiting on behalf of our client, one of the country’s leading building contractors.

Our client is currently looking for a Health & Safety Officer to join our team in Cork across a number of Residential Projects .

As a Health and Safety Officer you will be responsible for

  • Providing general support and assistance to the Head of Health & Safety and the Head of Quality & Environmental,
  • Coordinating and managing PPE,
  • Maintaining vital registers such as the accident register and the non-conformance register,
  • Carrying out risk assessments and continually work out ways risk could reasonably be minimized,
  • Support the wider management team with investigating, recording and reporting accidents, incidents and near misses promptly;
  • ensuring any corrective actions are implemented without delay,

  • Offering general Health & Safety advice or referrals for employees and colleagues,
  • Support and drive Health & Safety projects and initiatives across the site to promote Health & Safety awareness.
  • The successful Health & Safety Officer will have

  • Degree qualified in Health & Safety or equivalent qualifications through experience,
  • A thorough understanding of the legislation relevant to Health, Safety and the Environment,
  • 3+ years Health & Safety experience within the construction industry,
  • Extremely organised with a strong attention to detail,
  • The ability to work well under pressure and to meet deadlines.
  • Remuneration package

  • Salary circa €45,000+ DOE,
  • Healthcare Insurance,
  • Pension Cover,
  • Travel Allowance.
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