Health & Safety Advisor

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Location: Ipswich, Suffolk, England
Salary: Market related
Job Type: Temporary / Contract
Date Posted: 21 May 2018
Recruiter: Resourcing Solutions

Health & Safety Advisor, J2756992
6 month renewable contract basis
£300 + per day Ltd / umbrella Company

I am currently looking for a Health & Safety Advisor to be based in Suffolk to work on a cabling project on a 6 month renewable contract basis and excellently rates of pay via Ltd / Umbrella Company.

You will be:-
- Managing Health & Safety activities on site within a HV environment
- Monitoring & managing non conformances
- Liaising with work force and understanding challenges at site
- Ensuring Project Management Teams are kept up to date with any site issues.
- Family with writing communications for site documentation

You will have:-
- NEBOSH General certificate
- Experience working in an advisory role on a large £5million + utility construction project
- Managed safety in a High Voltage cabling installation environment

To have a confidential discussion about your suitability for this role, please contact Gemma Duff on 01189 320 100 or apply online

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