Health & Safety Officer
AA Euro Recruitment Group
HSE & Training Administrator
Main Purpose of Role:
Provides administrative support to the Companys HSE team and to the Training & Development Manager.
Key Responsibilities & Duties
Health, Safety and Environmental:
Maintains accurate paper and computer-based records and filing systems.
Maintains HSE related registers and documentation e.g. document registers, accident & incident registers, client and HSE documentation and the quality observation register.
Assists the HSE team by maintaining Companywide HSE Management Systems.
Positively promotes the Companys HSE culture, including initiatives.
Attends and engages fully in learning and development activities.
Training and Development:
Assists with the planning, organisation and delivery of Companywide training programmes with a focus on Health and safety training.
Point of contact for management and staff for organising the various training courses, in-house and external.
Manages training schedules, registers and databases and maintains current and new accreditations and funding applications.
Liaises with training providers and other external third parties.
Notifies management and staff when certificates are set to expire and organises refresher training.
Facilities and materials (head office training room or site based) management, including handouts, training room layout and equipment, food/refreshments, attendance sheets and evaluation/feedback surveys, etc.
Assists with LinkedIn Learning platform and other on-line learning tools.
Participates and engages fully in company appraisal/performance review process.
Produces correspondence, documents, reports and presentations to specification using a variety of media.
Undertakes other duties as required, such as processing invoices, requisitioning stationary/equipment and tracking costs.
Prepares Training Room and other areas (excluding IT equipment), ready for courses/meetings.
Coordinates arrangements relating to training courses/travel, accommodation, etc.
Assists with tender submissions and other business development activities.
Qualifications and previous experience:
At least 3 years experience in a general administration support role
Demonstrable knowledge of operating office equipment and IT (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and other office applications).
Good interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written).
Proactive, energetic approach with the ability to work on own initiative. Organised and efficient.
Ability to work cross functionally.
Interested in expanding and updating professional knowledge.
Previous experience of construction advantageous but not essential.