ABOUT THE ROLE
The Safety & Training Coordinator position exists to assist in sourcing, co-ordinating and documenting all training and development courses / activities in line with individual requirements for all employees, as decided by Management and to ensure compliance with all HSE legislation and H&S / Company policies.
The Safety & Training Coordinator will liaise and work closely with the Speciality Steels Training Department and local Health and Safety Function.
Ensure co-ordination and consistency across RSB through cooperation with other H&S personnel, providing assistance and support to other areas within the business unit as required.
The Safety & Training Coordinator will provide Health, Safety and training support within areas of responsibility and provide support to ensure deployment and compliance with the Health & Safety Management System aligned to ISO 45001.
The postholder will ensure compliance of all employees, contractors and visitors within the Health and Safety legal framework by ensuring all equipment and working practices are utilised and applied correctly.
The role will involve the provision of a complete training and competence development function to employees. Must also be flexible to assist in the training and competence development within the RSB framework.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Safety & Training Coordinator will undertake the following duties and responsibilities;
Deliver specific hands-on training
Identify training needs and skills gaps and source / co-ordinate appropriate internal or external courses and assist in development of plans to ensure compliance
Meet with Managers and Employees to evaluate the success and effectiveness of completed training and make recommendations
Deliver and continually improve where needed, new starter’s induction programme
Update individual training records on the matrices & INFOR training system
Implement the training requirements identified from appraisals
Update and maintain the local Training Plan
Ensure training requisitions are completed and authorised for all training
Complete weekly / monthly training reports
Ensure all mobile plant operator’s licences are kept in date
Deal with any training queries from employees
Any other ad-hoc Safety and Training duties, as requested by the Line Manager
Within competence, give advice on Health and Safety issues within the scope of control
Assist in the investigation of all accidents, injuries and near misses as appropriate, attending all relevant meetings / inquiries and assisting with subsequent claims.
Analyse incident statistics to help assist with the reduction of future incidents by the identification of trends and root causes.
Produce action plans and suggestions to ensure future incidents are avoided or significantly reduced.
Carry out planned and ad-hoc Internal Audits to ensure H&S policies and procedures are being adhered to
Monitor the Hazard Near Miss database for accuracy and ensure reports are closed out in a timely manner
Assist in the development of materials and actively participate in relevant Health and Safety meetings, PDCA, departmental etc, offering guidance and advice as well as reporting on incident statistics and other appropriate data
To monitor risk assessment quality and safe systems of work and to advise on Health and Safety issues within scope.
To liaise and cooperate with any external authority, e.g. HSE, in any investigation or inspectorate visit to the area and provide any relevant information as requested
To assist Company Insurers / Solicitors in gathering evidence relating to accident claims against the Company
Assist in the development, deployment and tracking of improvement activities such as the H&S improvement plan aligned to the local and business risks and needs
Ongoing coaching on safety matters for employees and managers
Assist in development of Employee representatives (TU Safety Reps)
Ensure accurate tracking, development and analysis of required business and local key performance indicators
Communicate the findings of incident through relevant mechanism to ensure sharing and learning across the company
The Safety & Training Coordinator must hold the following skills and experience;
NEBOSH General certificate essential
A relevant training qualification, i.e. PTLLS, would be advantageous
Experience of delivering training in a classroom environment
Ability to communicate at all levels and good presentation skills
Experience in Steel or Heavy Industry background desirable
Ability to identify improvement opportunities through analysis of data.
Effective interpersonal skills, person must be able to interface across all areas of the company
Good level of computer literacy and a willingness to undergo further IT training as required
Good organisational skills with the ability to maintain adequate records, able to operate under own initiative to required deadlines and as part of a wider team.
35 days holiday
Up to 16% combined pension contribution
Access to Occupational Health