I am a motivated, passionate and hard-working Health and Safety Advisor who is NEBOSH qualified and always strives to achieve the best possible. I am well organised, and I embrace new challenges with great enthusiasm. As part of my work, I have travelled to various locations within the UK partaking in numerous projects.
More than three years of work experience
Project Manager on numerous occasions
Provided H&S training to a class of 15 people
2009 – 2012
BSc Safety, Health & Environmental Management
Organisation and Health & Safety Law in Practice
Understanding the Research Process
Food Science and Control
2007 – 2009 Results: English: B Mathematics: B Business: A
Employment and Work Experience
Feb 2012 – Present
Health and Safety Advisor Kingwood College
Main duties performed:
Ensuring compliance with health, safety and fire legislation
Identifying HSE hazards and carrying out risk assessments
Performing routine site audits and inspections
Carrying out incident/accident investigations
Supervising contractors while on site
Amending the organisation’s safety policies & procedures (when required)
Preparing and presenting reports for senior management
Providing advice and guidance to students and staff alike on a range of safety issues such as fire regulations, hazardous substances and noise
Organising training sessions and tool box talks
Attending daily coordination meetings
Assisting the Health & Safety Manager with day-to-day activities
Dealing with visits from the police and the fire brigade
Supporting office staff with record-keeping and data management
Managing the maintenance of vehicles and plants
Nov 2011 – Feb 2012
Health & Safety Officer Selfridges & Co
Main duties performed:
Ensuring all H&S legislation and policies are adhered to on site
Arranging first-aid training for members of staff
Accidents, incidents and claims management
Managing third-party contractors on site
Carrying out routine workplace inspections
Performing COSHH assessments
Assessing contracts and getting quotes from third-parties
Giving expert safety advice to all stakeholders
Maintaining safety equipment (CCTV, alarms, first aid kit, etc.)
General Admin duties (phoning, printing, photocopying, etc.)
May 2011 – Nov 2011
Office Assistant Green Line Ltd
Main duties performed:
Being the first point of contact for customers
Making and answering phone calls
Printing, photocopying and faxing of documents and letters
Inputting data into electronic information systems
Ensuring the office space is kept clean and tidy at all times
Professional Training and Qualifications
Qualified First Aid Mentor and Life Support trained
NEBOSH National Diploma
Level 3 IT Training
Excellent communications skills
Staff Training and Development
Full Clean Driving License + the ability to work across multiple sites
Research and report writing
Understanding technical policies, manuals and blueprints
Hobbies and interests
One of my greatest hobbies is keeping fit at the local gym. I also enjoy swimming, hill walking, camping and spending time with my family and friends.
Mr Sebastian Connolly Health and Safety Manager, Kingwood College Address: 54 Warren St, West Burton, DL8 4ZZ Tel: 000 1058 0377 Email:[email protected]
Mr Josh Power Health and Safety Manager, Selfridges & Co Address: 88 Cambridge Rd, Bellingham, NR13 7RG Tel: 000 2639 6450 Email:[email protected]
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