|Job Ref:||204672943||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Gloucestershire||City:||Gloucestershire||Address:||Post Code:||GL9||Salary:||£30000 - £40000/annum||Post Date:||14/10/2016 03:18|
Safety Engineer |
Cheltenham / Bristol
£30,000 - £40,000 DOE
To support the business functions of the provision of safety and environmental assessment services to my client's clients, specifically in the development of all aspects of safety and environmental artefacts provided.
Incumbent is expected to demonstrate and apply both the knowledge and skills required to provide these services independently.
The Safety Engineer is expected to:
• Follow the procedures in my client's Safety Management System to the level of quality described in the Quality Management System. Lack of precision or quality undermines confidence in the product.
• Attend and lead safety meetings.
• Prepare for Project Safety and Environmental Panels (PSEPs) with agendas, meeting arrangements and precursor hazard reviews.
• Facilitate and deliver PSEPs and respond to outcomes.
• Write Minutes from Safety Meetings extracting the key changes for updates to the Safety and Environmental Case Reports (SECRs).
• Undertake the Hazard Management Process.
• Update SECRs to reflect changes identified in design updates or during safety meetings.
• Write new SECRs.
• Create Bowtie Diagrams.
• Use eCassandra for hazard log management.
• Advise on aspects of Complex Functional Safety within their experience level.
• When sufficiently experienced the Safety Engineer will be expected to lead small teams in the delivery of assessments and artefacts in preparation for the more senior role of Senior Engineer.
The Safety Engineer is expected to deliver all outputs and artefacts to a high level of quality and to meet the time deadline.
More experienced Safety Engineers are expected to lead (with support) small teams and act increasingly as a task manager for specific tasks in preparation for the more senior role of Senior Engineer.
The engineer is required to develop knowledge and familiarity with the following aspects:
• MOD Safety Management processes
• Defence Standards, regulations and guidance
• UK Legislative statues
• System safety engineering and associated practises
• Functional safety engineering and associated practises
• Risk Assessment, evaluation and management
• Safety Management Systems
• Hazard Identification, Analysis and management
• Environmental management
• Cost Benefit Analysis
• Fault Tree Analysis
• ALARP Principles
• Risk Acceptance
• Engineering Background Academic qualification eg. HND / BEng / MEng level qualification and/or relevant defence engineering experience.
• Capable of achieving a minimum of Security Cleared
• Computer literate / proficient with MS Office tools, Word, Excel etc.
• Safety experience - Hazard analysis, ALARP, Safety Case development at a system / system of systems level.
• Experience in the use of Risk Management software e.g. eCassandra, ASCE, BowTieXP.
• Professional Registration / Membership
• Defence sector experience / High risk industry experience e.g. Oil and Gas, Precision Engineering, Explosives, Nuclear etc.
• Ship Safety Management Training
• Some task leadership experience would also beneficial
The engineer is required to possess high levels and understanding in the following areas:
• Facilitating good communications between company and clients
• Communications and Influencing skills
• Improvement / Change Management
• Analysing Technical Evidence
• Risk Management
• Systems Engineering