Station Health, Safety & Environment (SHSEA) Focal Point – RAF St Mawgan (BB-15491)
Found in: Talent UK
Description:SummaryA vacancy has arisen for a highly motivated and organised individual to undertake the role of Station Health, Safety & Environmental (SHSEA) Focal Point within the Safety, Health, Environment & Fire (SHEF) Team at RAF St Mawgan. The SHEF Team provides support to the Station Commander, the Executives and line management, in conjunction with specialist officers, in all aspects of safety, health, environment and fire. This support includes all lodger and parented Units. The position is advertised at 37 hours per week.Job descriptionThis post reports directly to the Station Health and Safety Advisor (SHASA), providing daily support in all aspects of the SHEF Team’s outputs within RAF St Mawgan. The primary responsibility of this role is to support the SHEF Team in delivering safety in line with its mission of changing behaviours and attitudes to safety, advising on and working within the guidelines in AP8000, JSP 375, JSP 418 and JSP 426, MOD policy and Unit instructions, in accordance with the following: •Air Command Mission: To provide an agile, adaptable and capable Air Force that, person for person, is second to none, and makes a decisive air power contribution in support of the UK Defence Mission. •22 Group Mission: To deliver and develop world-class trained and educated personnel, RAFAT display, RAF Sport and the premier cadet force experience. •RAF St Mawgan Mission: The Southwest platform for current and future operations.ResponsibilitiesAs the Health and Safety Focal point the post holder will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following tasks: •To be the first point of contact for Health, Safety and Environmental enquiries made to the office, including from external bodies, such as the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) or Environment Agency (EA). •On behalf of the Nominated Responsible Person (NRP), collate and record all accident/incident data including populating the FSIMS system, whilst ensuring records are maintained in accordance with MOD and RAF policy. Additionally, collating the accident/incident statistics in preparation for the Total Safety Committee Meeting and other relevant meetings as required. •Carrying out secretarial duties for the Total Safety Management Board (TSMB), the Total Safety Committee Meeting (TSCM) and the Environmental Action Group (EAG) Meeting including the production of accurate Minutes and Records of Decisions, with timely distribution. •Provide advice to customers regarding Health and Safety courses/training hosted on site. This includes coordination of bids for internal and external Health and Safety training courses, including liaison with training providers, booking of classrooms and equipment, issuing joining instructions, recording training and issuing certificates. •To manage the SHEF Office with regards to reports and letters, dealing with internal and external correspondence, maintaining the filing system (including the electronic Sharepoint filing system) in accordance with MOD policy, and the ordering of stationery and other items required by the Office as necessary, regularly reviewing working practices to ensure they remain relevant and necessary to the team objectives going forward. •Assist the SHASA with the annual Audit programme as required. •Collating fire risk assessments, asbestos reports and other associated documentation on behalf of the SHSEA, the SHASA and the Establishment Fire Focal Point (EFFP) as necessary. •On behalf of the EFFP co-ordinate and control the Station’s Annual refresher fire training database, ensuring that timely reminders are issued to personnel, reporting shortfalls to the EFFP as necessary. •To manage, account for, and regularly muster the items listed on the Department’s Articles in Use (AinU) inventory by close liaison with Supply Flt. •Carry out the duties of Information Asset Assistant (IAA) for the SHEF Office to ensure compliance with MOD and RAF Information Management policies, as directed by SHSEA. •Act as Deputy Building Custodian to carry out tasks as directed. Training/Skills:Essential:•Managing Safely (IOSH) qualification or equivalent •Competent in all aspects of MS OfficeDesirable•NEBOSH General Certificate in Health and Safety.•Knowledge in the use of SharePoint.Behaviours We'll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process: LeadershipCommunicating and InfluencingMaking Effective DecisionsChanging and ImprovingDelivering at PaceSeeing the Big PictureBenefits•Learning and development tailored to your role• An environment with flexible working options•A culture encouraging inclusion and diversity•A Civil Service pension. 25 days paid annual leave rising to 30 over 5 years. Additional bank holiday for the Queen's birthday. The post does not offer relocation expenses External recruits who join the MOD who are new to the Civil Service will be subject to a six month probation period.
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