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May

Environmental Health Safety Coordinator

James Hardie Building Products APAC - Sydney, NSW

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

James Hardie locally manufactures fibre-cement products that reflect the changing way people build. We're a global leader that champions diverse living where everyone feels at home. 


Our business is fast-paced, and our people are smart in the way they solve problems, driven in their pursuit of results, and real in the way they build relationships and work together. 


We take a Zero Harm approach to safety and have a relentless focus on achievement, learning and improvement. 


We lead the markets in which we play and provide the opportunity for people who value clear vision and a divers culture to build a career in one of the most well-recognised local manufacturing brands.


The Opportunity

Join a passionate EHS team and support best practice across across the Rosehill manufacturing site!

As the Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) Coordinator, you will work closely with the EHS Manager to provide environmental health and safety support to all plant departments in order drive a zero harm environment.

Responsibilities: 

  • Drive and implement the Safety program at site level
  • Support the EHS Manager, Site Managers and Team Leaders in the implementation and continuous improvement of the overall Safety strategy
  • Conduct Risk Assessments, Site / equipment Inspections, Incident Reports, Safety Training and Inductions, Clearance to Work Audits, Safety Talks and Behavioural observations
  • Maintain Incident and Corrective actions registers
  • Maintain a site workplace Inspection register, whilst conducting and maintaining records of Inspections
  • Maintain Site Registers, Records, and Compliance documentation
  • Provide monthly reports, including lead and lag indicator reporting
  • Advise and support onsite compliance with EHS legislation and pursue best practice
  • Support on-site environmental compliance activities


The Ideal Candidate will have these: 

  • Certificate IV or degree qualified in Workplace Health & Safety
  • Working knowledge of relevant EHS legislation
  • Must be able to conduct Risk Assessments
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in an EHS role within a similar or high-risk environment


If you want to be a part of a business where smart, driven and real people thrive, apply now and join a company that is changing the way people build.