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Health and Safety Supervisor

Location:
Scunthorpe
Department:
Health and Safety
Salary Details:
Competitive Salary plus Quarterly Bonus
About The Company
Wren Kitchens is the UK's number 1 kitchen retailer! Wren is a privately-owned, family-run business which is passionate about kitchens and delivering a world-class customer experience. In the financial year of 2019 we recorded revenue of £700m.

We’re proud to say that we manufacture all our kitchens out of four, state-of-the-art factories, here in the UK. Wren is famous for having the biggest range of kitchens. We provide tailored kitchens at DIY prices, with the largest range of colours and styles, Wren provide the creative freedom to inspire customers and build their dream kitchens.

In 2020 Wren was proudly named #1 top-rated retail workplace in the UK. In addition to this, The Telegraph recognised us as the fastest-growing bricks and mortar retailer and the Sunday Times ranked us as the 12th largest, privately owned company in the UK.
About The Role
Critical purpose of role:
  • Maintain and develop the HSE internal standards and to control HSE practices throughout the site
Key Responsibilities:
  • Provide managers and employees with information on legislative compliance, advising on ways of meeting statutory requirements and in-house HS&E Policies & Practices as directed by the Site HSE Manager
  • Provide mentorship and stability to the HSE department
  • Ensure that persons under their control are competent and understand the contribution they can make to the department
  • Ensure that risk assessments/safe systems of work requirements are met
  • Proactively work with other areas of the business to develop SHE culture
  • Conduct daily meetings, monthly safety audits and behavioural observations
  • Ensure operational activities on site are carried out safely and legally
  • Challenge unsafe behaviours and recognise areas of improvement
  • Annual appraisals
  • KPI reporting
About You
Must Have Skills & Knowledge:
  • A proven track record of delivering and maintaining Health, Safety & Environmental Management Systems
  • An ability to develop and adapt strategies to encourage performance
  • To provide H&S management reports to agreed deadlines
  • Accident investigation
  • Ability to problem solve without supervision
  • NEBOSH General Certificate (Minimum)
  • Driving licence
  • Must be familiar and capable of working within a high demand, ever changing environment
  • Excellent organisational skills
Desired Skills & Knowledge:
  • Environmental (NEBOSH) Cert (or other Environmental Qualification Considered)
  • Machinery knowledge (would be advantageous)
  • A knowledge of ISO is desired enabling the candidate to undertake management system tasks in line with the requirements of ISO
  • Knowledge of the Polish language (would be advantageous)
  • Knowledge of Environmental A2 Permitting
  • Solvent Management Plan knowledge
  • Chemical training