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HSE Coordinator (m/f/d) Projects
Aktualität: 17.03.2023


17.03.2023, ENERCON GmbH
HSE Coordinator (m/f/d) Projects
As HSE Coordinator, you will work together with procurement and external HSE consultancies on behalf of the project management (PM). You will coordinate the HSO resources as well as approve, coach and mentor the HSOs in the projects in the region Central and Northern Europe. Monitor standard of accident reporting, classification, investigation and CAPA Communicate regularly with site management teams Monitoring of contractor performance on construction sites and report emerging trends to HSE Project Managers Preparation of documentation and processes and transfer these, as well as headquarter standards, to countries as applicable Analyze HSE reports from the projects and report data on HSE performance Prepare communication to disseminate incidents, lessons learned and best practices Engage in specific projects to solve complex issues Perform regular HSE audits in projects Communicate with internal and external partners Coordinate external health and safety professionals as well as external HSE service providers
University degree in an engineering or technical discipline as well as a recognized qualification in health and safety (e.g. Nebosh diplom or FASI/SiFa qualification) Working knowledge of management systems, international health and safety standards, as well as best practices related to occupational HSE First leadership experience is beneficial Profound Englisch and German (both written and spoken) Good communication skills as well as high sensitivity to different mentalities and practices in an international business environment High willingness to travel within the region of Central and Northern Europe