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Regional Manager HSE - Northern NSW

  • Based Newcastle
  • Circa $145K Package per annum, based on experience
  • Regional Northern NSW multi site responsibility
  • Regional NSW

About the Company
You will be working for an industry leader in the transport and logistics industry, servicing contracts within the Mining, Government & Defence sectors.

About the Role 

Reporting to the Senior HSE Manager be a leader striving to advance strategy through enabling a unified culture of safety, people, customer focus and operational excellence, the role is responsible for providing practical HSE advice and support to the team and delivering initiatives that continually improve the HSE culture and performance in line with the company strategy and values.

Some of your duties will include:

• Support and assist in the consultation and successful implementation of the HSEQ Global Management System, liaise with key stakeholders to action HSE matters ensuring continual improvement
• Develop, review and implement Site HSE Plans, in partnership with key business stakeholders ensuring alignment with Business Unit HSE Plan and assist the business in achieving all objectives and targets
• Communicate and promote the Company HSE strategic plan and assist site management in facilitating HSE consultation processes
• Review the quality of information submitted by the region into TRAC, including but not limited to safety conversations, hazard identifications, corrective actions, incidents and investigations
• Attend and develop materials/ provide data for HSE Meetings/ HSE Toolbox (Pre-start) Meetings
• Coordinate and deliver HSE training programs that enhance the understanding and effectiveness of the HSEQ Global Management System, risk management, safety leadership and hazard reduction
•Support and coordinate the regional HSE audit program, including preparation and facilitation of audits relating to the needs of customers, regulators and accreditation schemes
• Conduct regular site HSE inspections with business stakeholders to drive improvements on-site conditions 
• Conduct incident investigations using appropriate methodologies to ensure the determination of root cause and timely corrective action; review all other incident investigations and assist business stakeholders as required
• Review and assist regional stakeholders with the development and maintenance of the Site/s HSE Risk Registers
• Undertake safety conversations as per KPI and record in TRAC
• Assist with the development/ review of risk assessments
• Support the HSE Bids and Tenders process providing information
• Review contractor HSE performance and pre-qualification process
• Travel required to sites, within comfortable driving distance (day trip)

To be great in this role you:

  • 5-7 years of practical experience in a HSE role with a focus on warehousing and dangerous goods transport
  • Strong relationship management of both internal and external stakeholders
  • Experience with Major Hazard facilities & compliance with Safety Case
  • Experience in third-party audits and corrective action planning
  • Knowledge of HSE legislation, AS4801, OHSAS18001 & ISO14001
  • Excellent written and communication skills, and write high-quality reports
  • Experience in conducting incident investigations using ICAM or similar methodologies
  • Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with others including legislators, external auditors, accreditation bodies, industry experts
  • Competent computing skills, advanced Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Superior problem-solving capability
  • Ability to work flexible hours to support the business operational requirements
  • Experience with Dangerous Goods transport or storage (desirable)
  • Experience with Heavy Vehicle National Law and accreditation schemes (desirable)
  • Experience with safe Transport of Ammonium Nitrate to mine sites, Onsite coal haulage operations & container handling and rail siding operations
Qualifications – Education and/or professional
• Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety
• Certificate IV (or equivalent) in Environmental Management (desirable)
• Dangerous Goods qualifications/ training (desirable)
• Chartered/ Certified HSE professional (desirable)
• Internal Auditor qualifications - IRCA, Exemplar Global or equivalent (desirable)

Be prepared to drive improvements across the business in a manner that is bold, warm and honest.

Apply now. For a confidential discussion, please contact Ken on 1300 28 00 68

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