Safety and Environmental Management

  • Location

    Bristol, England

  • Sector:

    IT, Engineering

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    Negotiable

  • Contact:

    Rebecca Millard

  • Contact email:

    Rebecca.Millard@experis.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    00008_1571837126

  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

  • Duration:

    6 months

  • Expiry date:

    2019-11-22

  • Start date:

    ASAP

  • Client:

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Safety and Environmental Management

Location: Bristol

Duration: Until 31st March 2020, Full time Nov-Dec, then part time Jan to Mar

My Client is looking for a Safety & Environmental Manager to join the team in Bristol for a contract position until March 2020.

This person will be responsible for SE requirements concept/assessment phase of the project.

Role Overview

Step 1 Project SE initiation

  • Identify applicable SE legislation, Standards and legal/policy requirements - produce register
  • Derive safety requirements from URD for entry into SRD
  • Produce and obtain answers to the - Safety Operating Environment Questionnaire

Step 2 Project SE Committee/ Panel - The Contractor shall support the Authority in:

  • Ensuring SE Delegation is in place - produce SE Delegation letter/ ToR from team- leader (previously cascaded from ISS 2*) including delegation to sign SE Case Reports to SE Manager
  • Forming and initiating project SE committee/ Panel - communicate to appropriate personnel
  • Ensuring understanding of Quorate representation; at least Project Leader, Project SE Manager, Design organisation, Customer representative (Capability and/or Equipment Customer), Safety Case author - produce Committee/ Panel ToRs
  • Creating and maintaining meeting records, frequency and action management - produce plan (for inclusion in the Project SE Management plan and the Project Through Life Management Plan.
  • Investigating need for SE working Groups -Project SEWG stakeholder list and ToRs

Step 3 SE Management Plan (should not be confused with the requirement of Defence Standard 00-056 for the contractor to produce a Safety Plan.) The Contractor shall support the Authority in the production of the following, including:

  • Defining the strategy for addressing SE. Producing a SE programme including timescales, milestones and other date-related information.
  • Considering all aspects of Project SE e.g.
    • General equipment safety; including requirements for Airworthiness or Ship Key Hazards
    • Occupational Safety i.e. Manual Handling, Packaging, Transport and Storage, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health etc.
    • Safety of operation; i.e. warnings and cautions for inclusion in operating manuals (AESP, IETP)
    • Infrastructure interfaces i.e. trails and testing facilities
    • Maintenance
    • Training
    • SE Assurance
    • SE Case development
    • SE approvals/ Acceptance
  • The SE Management Plan should be detailed for the current stage of the acquisition cycle but should also define a workable safety strategy for all the remaining stages, including Disposal. The Contractor shall support the Authority in:
  • Producing RACI (Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed) Chart define the responsibilities and accountabilities of the authorities involved in the implementation of the Project SE programme.
  • Getting SE Management Plan endorsed by SE Committee/ Panel
  • Producing outputs for SRD, Customer Supplier Agreements, SE elements of the IG and MG submissions

Step 4 PHIA, The Contractor shall support the Authority in:

  • Preliminary Hazard Identification and Analysis (PHIA) - carried out against the URD and any CONUSE/ CONEMP to gauge a level of tolerability of potential SE risk (it's better to find out early on that a risk may be perceived as not tolerable so something can be done about it!)
  • Producing Hazard Log (probably eCassandra)

Step 5 The Contractor shall support the Authority in managing the Project SE System (everything produced so far)

  • Developing the SE Management Plan
  • Producing SE Case Reports as required for milestones such as IG or MG
  • Setting schedules for reviews of safety documentation. Normal expected standard is annually once in-service

Due to the nature of the role, candidates require an active SC clearance or be willing/eligible to undergo the process.