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Health and Safety Advisor

  • £40,000 - £50,000 + Package
  • Civil Engineering
  • London

Health and Safety Advisor 

Utilities/Civil Engineering 

London Colney, Site Across London

£40,000 – £50,000 + package 

About the company

My client is a Tier 2 Main Contractor who specialise across several different utility disciplines such as power, telecoms, and multi utilities. They have been trading since the late 90’s and have generated a reputation that has made them one of the preferred contractors within the utility industry. They currently operate at a turnover of £80M per annum which is expected to grow over the coming years.

About the opportunity

Due to the company’s ongoing expansion and very healthy pipeline regarding work they are now in a position where they can bring another member on board to join the health and safety team. The successful candidate will be in charge of using the companies own health and safety policies and putting them into practice as well as supporting the Health and Safety Manager. You will be preparing your own risk assessments and going on-site to make sure everything is safe and that the members of staff who are on-site are following company procedures and legal procedures.

The projects that you will be involved in will be predominantly in the power industry, working on Substation civils, jointing, and installations.

To be successful in this role you will have to show certain skills, characteristics and follow certain duties such as: Make sure that all members of staff are aware of their statutory duties and responsibilities and to provide advice when it’s needed. You will be in charge of carrying out accident/incident investigations following the Company procedure and, analysing all data, making recommendations to avoid any reoccurrences.

Benefits and rewards

For this permanent position, we are targeting candidates looking to earn anywhere from £40,000 to £50,000 per annum however specific salary will be defined upon experience and suitability. There will be a generous package offered; travel allowance OR company vehicle in addition to standard benefits associated with a large successful company.


To be considered for any of these positions you will be required to have had experience working in Utilities for tier 1 or tier 2 companies, specifically the power industry.

A NEBOSH general certificate is vital as is a UK driving license to help you go from one site to another if you’re required.