SHEQ Manager


The SHEQ Manager is responsible for the management and implementation of quality assurance, and ensuring an environment in line with all Health and Safety guidelines. This role will require a proactive approach to manage, support, and enable the improvement of H&S standards and CMD’s requirements.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Investigate all accidents / incidents, ensuring corrective action is taken and documentation updated
  • Implement any new legislation relating to health and safety
  • Facilitate all forms of risk assessment - manual handling, fire risk assessments / fire prevention, COSHH
  • Occupational health and safety surveys - noise, light, chemical substances
  • Ensure all employees receive suitable and required environmental, health and safety training (including new employee induction training) in order to maintain compliance with both the company and legislative requirements
  • Carry out site visits and audits throughout projects
  • Provide HSE and compliance advice and support to the business
  • Co-ordinate and implement a positive safety culture across the business
  • Provide SHEQ support and input for tenders and bids
  • Prepare and undertake regular Toolbox talks
  • To complete prevention inspections on a regular basis and ensure records maintained of same
  • Annual H&S audits and Quality Assurance
  • Ensure the company meets its obligations under the ‘Control of Major Accident Hazards Regulations’
  • Ensure construction accreditations such as ISO and Constructionline are managed, maintained and renewed
  • Devise and improve the training matrix for all staff, carry out H&S inductions and in-house training
  • Evaluate and proactively improve techniques for the control of environment, and health and safety


  • General NEBOSH Certificate
  • CSR Site Card
  • First Aid Basic Certificate
  • NEBOSH Fire Prevention and Risk Management Certificate
  • Environmental Management Systems Qualification
  • General Management Qualification
  • IOSH Safety, Health and Environment for Construction Workers
  • Graduate IOSH Status or CMIOSH status

At least 3 years' experience in a similar management role with full MS Office knowledge and reporting skills and knowledge of the following:

  • Risk Management
  • Method Statement Review
  • Site inspections and investigations
  • Company preparation for audits
  • Compliance and maintenance of relevant standards
  • Risk Assessment experience
  • CDM Regulations implementation

Apply Now:

If you wish to apply for this role, please email your CV to, on or before 31st March 2022.

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