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Job Title

EHS Lead

Employer

CPL

Location

Tipperary

Description

On behalf of our Pharmaceutical Client based in Co. Tipperary, we are currently sourcing an experienced EHS Lead to join their Team. Job Duties and Responsibilities : • Responsible for Development, monitoring and implementation of Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) & energy policies; to ensure the organization is compliant with health and safety legislation and corporate standards; and to reduce or prevent hazards, dangers and accidents. • Responsible for preparation and maintenance of SOP’s related to EHS & Energy Management Systems.  Reporting of site EHS metrics & delivering on key targets. • Develop, implement and maintain an effective EHS program and ensure compliance with the requirements of Irish/EU legislation and corporate standards. • Develop systems to ensure all employees/contractors comply with all relevant legal safety requirements. • Identify training needs, organise and co-ordinate training courses and prepare training material where appropriate. • Identify unsafe acts, conditions, and hazards, investigate root causes and identify corrective and preventative actions and report to management. • Liaise with on-site contractors to ensure their compliance with company safety regulations and adherence to safety standards. • Conduct surveys and audits as required to identify and minimise the risk to company and employees. • Assist with the preparation of emergency/contingency plans, review and update emergency procedures and carry out training with key staff. • Carry out risk assessments in conjunction with colleagues and identify control measures. • Lead in-house training with managers and employees about health and safety issues and risks. • Ensure the safe installation of equipment. • Advise on a range of specialist areas, e.g. process safety, fire regulations, industrial hygiene, noise etc. Qualifications required: • Primary Degree in Engineering, Science or equivalent, in conjunction with a recognized Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety. • Experience working in a highly regulated environment such as Pharma or medical device. • Experience and proven capabilities in developing and implementing world class health and safety management systems to ISO45001, 14001 and 50001 standards in a manufacturing environment. • Experience in developing and implementing behavioural safety programmes. • Strong verbal and written communication skills; strong influencing and negotiation skills. A demonstrated ability to communicate and influence at management and operator levels within a manufacturing organization. If you have the above skills & experience, please contact catriona.duggan@cpl.ie / Tele: 087 2419644.

Date Added

274 days ago

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