Title:  Health and Safety Advisor



Our Safety and Wellbeing Team support our business leaders in providing safety and wellbeing support, solutions and preventative actions. A career opportunity is now available for a Safety and Wellbeing Adviser to join our NSW Team on a permanent basis and ensure best practice, compliance and consistency across a portfolio of various sites.  Supporting our Collections business you will lead the implementation of Veolia Safety Management systems, ensuring our organisation meets its legal and ethical obligation to provide a safe workplace so every worker returns home each day safely.



Key responsibilities include:



  • Plan and implement the Veolia Safety Management System to all members of line management
  • Interpret, support and advise all line managers and workers on relevant workplace health and safety legislation, Company policies and procedures
  • Support operational personnel in dealing with specific WHS issues including workplace risk assessments and workplace hazard mitigation (JSEA and SWMS)
  • Provide oversight of critical incidents and supporting the site with incident investigation, root cause analysis and corrective action closure and appropriate controls have been implemented
  • Prepare Project Safety Management Plans for tenders and projects in line with the management system and project requirements
  • Support the establishment of project specific safety management system, procedures and tools
  • Champion a positive safety and wellbeing culture including development of wellbeing programs
  • Provide support in the return to work of injured workers and workers suffering ill-health conditions through the provision of a safe workplace and wellbeing programs
  • Consult relevant legislation and other legal requirements, government regulations and other emergency response agencies
  • Contribute to the continual improvement of safety management systems through regular planned and unplanned workplace inspections, safe work observations and site safety audits
  • Monitor and review contractors to ensure safety and wellbeing provisions such as inductions, education awareness, safety leadership activities are in place and actively being completed.



About you



With at least 5 + years’ gained in a WHS Specialist role, your industry experience may include transport, logistics, waste or even the water industry. You have extensive understanding of WHS legislation and a collaborative approach to driving health and safety business improvements across an organisation.



Your relevant qualifications include:


  • WHS Diploma or Degree
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • ICAM
  • Senior First Aid Certification
  • Internal Auditor Certification