Management responsibilities • To provide effective leadership of the Health and Safety team to ensure professionally delivered, competent and timely Health and Safety provision. • To manage and monitor staffing and other resources to ensure an effective Health and Safety provision is available to Schools and Departments. • To manage individual’s performance and development ensuring a minimum baseline of competency is maintained within the wider team. • To manage the Health and Safety Team budget keeping it within allocated limits and provide a business case for any additional resources • To perform as a senior member of the Estates Department contributing at a strategic level and deputising for the Director of Estates as required. General Responsibilities • To liaise and negotiate with the Health and Safety Executive, local authority Environmental Health Officers, the LFEPA, and other enforcement agencies as appropriate and to communicate the University’s intentions and arrangements in respect of Health and Safety issues. • USHA • To ensure that the necessary statutory licences relating to aspects of the University’s activities are obtained, maintained and updated as necessary and that all statutorily required notifications are submitted • The post holder will have a strong commitment to coaching, development, and working collaboratively The above list is not exhaustive and the post holder may be required to undertake such other duties as may be reasonably expected to ensure the University meets its civil and statutory obligations to secure the health, safety and welfare of the employees and other persons.
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