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Health & Safety Manager

  • Location: Liverpool
  • Salary: £55000 - £60000 per annum + Company Benefits and Pension Scheme
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 7 months ago

  • Sector: Engineering & Manufacturing
  • Function: HSE Manager
  • Contact: Adam Davies
  • Contact Email:
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Expiry Date: 06 February 2022
  • Job Ref: 29612/001_1641571722

HSE Manager

Global Manufacturing Business

£60,000 + benefits/ industry leading Pension scheme

My client is an industry leading manufacturing company and their goal is to create a manufacturing centre of excellence at their facility in the North West with a strong emphasis on World Class Health & Safety systems.


The HSE Manager will manage a small team and will liaise with multiple business functions seeking to optimise HSE resource deployment and optimise performance through the creation of strategic objectives.

  • Review internal H&S policies and practices to ensure they are current and appropriate
  • Ensure hazard and risk assessments are conducted and change existing, or develop new recommendations from these assessments, ensuring that employees are properly informed..
  • Responsible for establishing, implementing and maintaining H&S management system keeping up to update with all relevant legislation
  • Address specific reporting and record keeping requirements, as well as other pertinent safety/regulatory compliance matters and to ensure project sites are in compliance
  • Reporting on the performance of the Management System and continuous improvement objectives
  • Identify, review and assess relevant legislation and other requirements
  • Advising the Plant Leadership Team on information pertinent to Health & Safety and Environmental issues


The business are looking for a career focused, highly diligent Health & Safety Manager. Key criteria for the role will inclide;

  • 5 years+ experience working within H&S
  • understanding of OSHAS 18001/45001 operating standards
  • Must be experienced in fast paced manufacturing/ Engineering environments (FMCG/ Automotive, for example)
  • Excellent communication skills with a proven ability to influence challenging stakeholders
  • Excellent understanding of current applicable legislation
  • Experience delivering through people and developing staff
  • Relevant qualifications/ training would be beneficial


The successful candidate will be joining a global organisation. This company have a fantastic track record for developing and investing in their people, facilities and systems. The business will support your personal development in this is newly created role and there are already plans in place to for promotion opportunities. If you are interested, then please apply now!