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Lorcan Friel

Ref No: 47121

Date Posted: 30-Nov-22


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Health & Safety Manager

North Dublin

Health and Safety

Competitive salary


O’Neill & Brennan are currently recruiting for a Health & Safety Manager for our Client, a well-known international company with various ongoing projects across Ireland and Europe.

The appointed Candidate will work in Dublin.  

Health & Safety Manager Responsibilities include:

  • To lead Quality (ISO9001), Environment (ISO14001) and Health & Safety (ISO 45001/OHSAS 18001) management within the company
  • Must be experienced in the development and implementation of project specific Plans, through all project phases (design, procurement, construction and commissioning), which align with ISO9001-2015 requirements.
  • Will monitor and report on the implementation of the Quality Program through surveillance and formal audit activities.
  • Will monitor and report on the implementation of the Environmental Plan
  • Will ensure that the facility provided is fit for the purpose for which it is designed for and meets both external and internal requirements, including legal compliance and customer expectations.
  • Coordinates the activities required to meet quality standards.
  • Advises on the performance of the Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental management system, produce data, and report on performance, measuring against set indicators.
  • Liaises with other managers and staff throughout the project team to ensure that the control systems are functioning properly.
  • Preparation the audit schedule and assign appropriate resources to fulfil the program (internally and with supply chain, if necessary)
  • Identify relevant related training needs and delivering training where required
  • Assessing the product specifications of the company and its suppliers and comparing with customer requirements.
  • Work with purchasing staff to establish quality requirements from external suppliers
  • Ensure compliance with national and international standards and legislation.
  • Set-up and maintain controls and documentation procedures.
  • Collate and analyse performance data and charts against defined parameters and manage monthly reporting;
  • Ensure tests and procedures are properly understood, carried out and evaluated and that modifications are investigated if necessary.
  • Write technical and management systems reports.
  • Identify HSEQ Contract requirements as well as laws, regulation requirements and permits needed
  • Report and investigate all environmental incidents, including complaints from local communities or other interested parties
  • Ensure legal compliance on HSEQ matters

Health & Safety Manager Requirements include:

  • Degree in Construction, Architectural or Civil Engineering or similar, preferably Chartered Status.
  • Diploma in Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) (NFQ level 8) or similar
  • Chartered member of IOSH or on route to become a Chartered member of IOSH.
  • Must be suitably qualified with a minimum of 7 years’ experience, with 5 years in the role of HSEQ Management for large building construction projects with proven record of accomplishment.
  • Demonstrate ability to act as a competent PSDP within the meaning of the Safety, Health & Welfare Act 2005 and Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2006
  • Training and experience on relevant ISO standards 9001 and 14001.
  • Experience in residential and commercial projects
  • Strong IT skills: Microsoft Office packages, Aconex, ASITE, CDE’s etc
  • Flexibility to travel between sites
  • Eligible to work in Ireland / EU

If you are interested in this role, please send your CV to or call Lorcan on 087 920 0905 for a confidential conversation.



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