Development of and management of the H&S, Environmental and Quality Assurance Systems and ensuring their compliance throughout the organisation (and maintaining accreditations should they become applicable)
Ensure compliance with all legislative and regulatory needs of the business relating to QHSE; maintain a register for same
Advise the SLT on legislative and regulation updates, ensuring all QHSE documentation is kept up to date
Directly line manage the quality team and H&S Coordinator
Management of all quality control, case (complaint) management, root cause analyses
Implement an internal QHSE audit schedule and facilitate external audits
Maintain the QHSE management system and identify and implement initiatives to improve it including all procedures, processes, safe systems of work, offering support and advice on risk assessments, method statements and COSHH
Liaise with all internal and external stakeholders to actively resolve problems
Establish and maintain the required standard of QHSE training and qualifications throughout the business
Overall responsibility and authority for all incidents and accident investigations
Advise, guide, support, promote awareness and coach all personnel in the implementation of the Company’s policies, procedures and in continuous improvement.
Monthly reporting on HSEQ activities and priorities
Generation of a safety and quality focussed culture
Qualifications and Experience
Minimum 10 years’ experience working as a Quality Assurance Manager and 3 years as an HSEQ Manager in an engineering or manufacturing organisation
Direct line management responsibility of a quality team
Extensive knowledge of ISO9001 (2015) and experience of implementing and operating within a compliant QMS
Degree qualified, preferably in a technical discipline
Experience of managing quality in an organisation that has engineering and/or design and/or R&D functions
Audit qualification and experience
A working knowledge of Microsoft Office and previous exposure to ERP systems
Knowledge of six sigma and lean management methodologies
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