Health and Safety Manager | Corrugated | East Midlands - Hybrid

East Midlands - Hybrid

Job summary

Mercury Search and Selection
£40k - £50k; High sustainability credentials; Career progression; Senior management position
Contract Type:
Full Time
Expiry Date:

About the job

An exceptional career opportunity for a Health and Safety Manager to become a key part of a supportive senior management team. In this pivotal position, you'll take charge of formulating, deploying, and managing the health and safety regulations and initiatives across 2 sites.


We are looking for a NEBOSH certified candidate with up-to-date knowledge of regulatory requirements in a manufacturing environment. A rare chance to work for a celebrated employer, this vacancy only arising due to retirement!


Health and Safety Manager | Corrugated | East Midlands - Hybrid | £40k - £50k


With multiple sites across the world and enjoying great success across the UK, this organisation is renowned for their high quality packaging solutions and excellent service from their ambitious and driven team. Help businesses of all sizes protect their products with high-quality, multi-material packaging. With their corrugate packaging boasting heavy duty stacking and compression strength.


As Health and Safety Manager you will be responsible for:

  • Advising and assisting site management teams on safety related issues
  • Undertake site inspections ensuring that agreed policies and processes are being correctly adhered to
  • Keeping up to date with current and new required legislation
  • Following audits and inspections, creating action plans/improvements that are reasonable and presenting to the site General Manager


Key attributes required:

  • IOSH Managing Safely as a minimum and NEBOSH General Certificate desirable
  • Experience of working in a manufacturing environment, particularly in areas of health and safety and environmental
  • Ability to work with auditing tools and reporting
  • Competent in reviewing risk assessments and accompanying Safe Operating Procedures considering and identify reasonable solutions on how risks can be eradicated, reduced or controlled
  • Liaison and assistance with regulatory authorities, such the Health and Safety Executive to ensure compliance with mandatory regulations and assist in any investigations as required


Join a globally renowned employer and benefit from the support of a wider SHEQ team working closely with the Director of Health and Safety UK!


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