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Murray & Roberts: Construction Health and Safety Officer

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  • Post published:Sep 16, 2021
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Job description

Key Performance IndIcators: 

·       Ensuring the organization’s activities comply with local health and safety regulations and the best practices in the industry
·       Working in close relation with site management and set safety standards in workplaces
·       Carrying out risk assessments and identifying hazards
·       Carrying out safety inspections and internal audits and reporting to site management the  corrective actions
·       Ensuring preventive measures, hazard control and personal protective equipment are implemented and used
·       Assisting to enforce health and safety policies
·       Maintaining the occupational health and safety system, policies, procedures, manuals and arrange for awareness and training.
·       Assisting Site Management to improve all safety aspects of the workplace
·       Recordkeeping of all safety related events
·       Investigating and reporting all accidents and near misses
·       Implementation of MAP system (Major Accident Prevention)

Minimum requirements


·       Diploma or similar qualification in the Management of Health and Safety
·       Registered with a statutory body approved by the Chief Inspector (SACPCMP)
·       First Aid level 2/3
·       Basic Fire Fighting
·       Working at Heights (229995 and 22998)
·       Fall Protection Plan Developer
·       Evacuation Marshal
·       Root Cause Analysis Training (incl. Incident Investigation)
·       OHS Act
·       Construction Regulations

·       Minimum of 3 years relevant experience as a Health and Safety Officer in The Renewable Energy and Construction Industry
·       Good Administrative skills 
·       Knowledge and experience in ISO 9001:2015; ISO 45001; ISO 14001
·       Computer literate
·       Valid Driver’s License
·       Must be able to work independently as well as within a team
·       Validation of Registration Status with SACPCMP

Closing date: 20 September 2021