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6 months ago
Alstom
Location: Bristol
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Construction
Category: Management Jobs
The Railway industry today is characterized by both a strong and sustained growth across the world. The trends that drive this are well known: environmental challenges, population growth, urbanization and increasing demands for mobility. With 6B€ of Sales and around 30,000 employees based in over 60 countries, Alstom develop & market the most complete range of systems, equipment and services offered today in the railway sector. Today we offer our customers solutions that feature a seamless blend of diverse technologies, ensuring optimal interfaces, along with flexible implementation and real synergy in innovation

SAFE WORK MANAGER

National

This role complements an already established team of Safe Work Leaders and Planners across the whole country. The Safe Work Manager (SWM) would join a project team to develop and instigate the delivery strategy for the scheme. The SWM would also support all projects throughout the UK
POSITION OVERVIEW

019 V09 5.4.3 Safe Work Manager

The Safe Work Manager (SWM) is experienced in planning and project managing worksites in possessions which requires a higher level of strategic and risk management
The SWM shall be the nominated person in charge and shall appoint an Engineering Supervisor (ES) to support them in managing the workload and operational risks
The SWM reviews the interface risks associated with multiple tasks and therefore does not need to be competent to undertake each of the tasks under their control. They should, confirm that the relevant Task PIC has assessed the risks and identified controls
The SWM shall be nominated by the lead function or contractor during the planning process, in time to meet with planning timescales and in order to meet their accountabilities. Work parties shall notify in writing their interface risks created as part of the de-confliction process
NOTE: The SWM will be the appointed Person in Charge of the Worksite with overall accountability and responsibility for that worksite, the risks associated with each task will be managed by each relevant Task PIC who has planned that activity as the person in charge and holds the safe work pack for that discrete activity
This is a critical role within the Alstom business under the new 019 standard and is an important rolewithin a project and as well as external clients and suppliers
The SWM will report functionally to the Project Director and hierarchically to the Rail Safety Critical Manager
RESPONSIBILITIES

• Accountable for the safety of the workgroups and work area within complex engineering worksites that require an enhanced level of strategic planning and safe delivery, and may appoint an Engineering Supervisor to support the SWM in manging workload and risks
• Considers the interface risks associated with multiple tasks and therefore does not need to be competent to undertake each task under their control. The SWM however, is responsible for the de-confliction of multiple tasks within the same worksite, at the planning stage

• SWM should confirm that relevant Task PIC for each task are trained and assessed as competent for their respective works and has considered the risks & identified controls for their particular task
• SWM will work as Worksite PIC and be responsible for Safe Work Pack creation, review & implementation
• The SWM shall be responsible for managing the safe delivery of works within the complex worksite he has been appointed to control

• The SWM can appoint an E.S to assist in the management and control of the worksite
The role would also be responsible for undertaking the duties of ALO Responsible manager on allocated project sites, ensuring safe access and egress to rail way sites
The SWM remains ultimately responsible and accountable for the delivery of works within the complex worksite as Worksite Person in charge

The post holder will be expected to :

* Work at least 37 hours each week

* Attend site when required by the Project

* Be available to work both days and nights as required in the week as well as the weekend

* To comply with, undertake and promote all relevant Environment, Health & Safety measures, responsibility’s and activities

* Attending planning meetings

* Arrange and deliver worksite briefings

* Monitor PPS and identify complex worksites

* Liaise with the client and other Principle contractors during the planning stage

* Attend and effectively manage sites in the event of accidents and incidents

* Write and deliver 019 briefings as required

* Write shift reports to a standard that ensures compliance with audits

* Be confident enough to make important decisions particularly when de-conflicting works and be an affective Communicator of those decisions
postholder requirements

Essential:

Skills:

* Numerate & literate

* Risk Assessing

* Presentation Skills

* Communication Skills

* Ability to make critical decisions based on evidence

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Qualifications

* PTS

* SWM

* Emergency First Aid

* Manual Handling

* OLEC1

* ALO Responsible Manager

Experience

* Knowledge of contract conditions

* Understanding of planning process

* Knowledge of risk assessment process

* In-depth knowledge of group & line standards

* Commercial awareness

* Knowledge of HSE requirements

* Appreciation of design & installation

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Desirable:

Skills:

* Report writing

* Diplomacy

* Ability to analyse data effectively

At Alstom UK and Ireland, we offer you the opportunity to unleash your potential and help drive our organisation forward. We are striving to be an employer that delivers on equality and diversity in the workplace. We do this by seeking to create an inclusive, fair and respectful environment for all our current and future employees. As a 'Disability Committed' employer, we will interview all disabled job applicants who match the essential criteria of the job description or specification.

At Alstom Transport, we offer you the opportunity to unleash your potential and help drive our organisation forward. In the UK and Ireland, we are striving to be an employer that delivers on equality and diversity in the workplace. We do this by seeking to create an inclusive, fair and respectful environment for all our current and future employees. As a 'Disability Committed' employer, we will interview all disabled job applicants who match the essential criteria of the job description/specification.

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