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SHEQ Advisor

Job Category:  Other
Contract Partner Company:  Wessex Water
Employing Company:  Turnbull

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SHEQ Advisor

Turnbull / Wessex Water

Hinkley Point C 



The SHEQ Advisor will be experienced and competent in health & safety functions in a construction environment. You will be proficient in working autonomously, capable of developing relationships with the workforce and possess strong influencing skills. In addition, you will be comfortable building credibility to achieve buy-in for change and positively impact an organisation's culture on health and safety. 

You will support strategies, develop systems, monitor performance and provide advice and support to ensure compliance with statutory and company requirements.



To maintain construction excellence, you will operate by undertaking a range of planned advice, guidance and support activities which focus on establishing, promoting, maintaining, and continually improving the management arrangements. A vital part of this role is to positively promote and reinforce standards; monitor/measure the supply chain health and safety performance through the safety management system and routinely report project performance.


You will:
• Provide operational support and assistance to the team on issues related to SHEQ
• Review service providers/contractors' Safety, Health, and Environmental documentation
• Identify cultural and behavioural issues related to the safety management plan and implement mitigation strategies
• Report, communicate, and consult with the workforce on safety and health issues that has the potential to impact the business
• Champion safety programmes to promote a safe working environment for the business
• Undertake & review risk and hazard assessments on projects when required
• Assist in the implementation of risk perception/safety culture models
• Assist with accident investigations and provide recommendations in cause analysis, learning outcomes and actions to improve the business
• Participate in management system audits and focused assurance audits of business activities
• Complete compliance reports based on the business's legal responsibility
• Liaise with our Client/partners when required
• Review the working process to identify opportunities for improvement
• Support quality assurance processes and systems
• Support quality procedures in conjunction with employees/contractors/clients
• Attend and participate in internal and external SHEQ meetings



To be successful, you'll need the following:
•    Health & Safety Diploma - Desirable 
•    A Safety Qualification such as NEBOSH General and/or Construction - Essential 
•    CSCS MAP Test - Essential  
•    Well-developed understanding of Health & Safety systems and processes
•    Good planning and organisational skills; effective decision-making
•    Ability to communicate with a wide range of people, often balancing conflicting requirements 
•    Ability to organise and be self-motivated

•    Health and Safety experience in a similar role(s)
•    Experience working in the Construction, Utility or Nuclear Industry



Are you looking for an exciting new challenge where you can utilise your health, safety & environmental experience within a construction-based environment? If so, this is an excellent opportunity for you!
Location:    Hinkley Point C - Site and office-based role
Salary:    £42,500 - £47,500 plus benefits 
Job Type:    Permanent 
Hours:    40 hrs/week, Monday to Friday



We are leaders in lifecycle construction and operations for the utilities and infrastructure sectors.

From design and build to facility management and maintenance, we provide a single, sustainable, end-to-end solution for engineering projects, saving money, reducing waste and adding long-term value to local communities and the wider economy.

We are proud of how we support professional development, career progression and a wide range of opportunities for everyone. We have a wealth of both financial and non-financial benefits to offer our people and are committed to ensuring we provide an environment that supports health and wellbeing.

Turnbull is an award-winning progressive business, who have won the RoSPA health and safety awards for our work at Hinkley Point C for the last four years.

The services we provide through to our clients include but are not limited too.
•           Project Management
•           Design and Build Services
•           Consent Management and Delivery
•           Contract Management
•           Delivery of Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering services

Expertise in:
•           Low voltage (LV) and high voltage (HV) electrical power distribution systems
•           Sewage systems and pumping stations
•           Biological waste treatment plants
•           Telecommunication networks (copper and fibre)
•           Drinking water distribution networks and booster stations
•           Surface and ground water drainage systems inclusive of borehole delivery and management
•           Roadway and pedestrian walkway lighting networks
•           Management of environmental discharge permit and scientific services
•           Earth works and ground remediation services



We continue to promote diversity and inclusion. With that in mind, we welcome all applicants.

We are delighted to have signed the Armed Forces covenant and are a Disability Confident Employer. Applicants who declare they have a disability or have previously served with the Armed Forces, and meet the minimum requirements for the job, will automatically be invited for an interview.

Please remember you must be able to prove your eligibility to work in the UK and provide evidence of qualifications gained. All offers of employment will be subject to a Basic Disclosure Criminal Records check.

We're happy to talk flexible working - in association with Working Families.

















For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. As a project, we do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.