Our origins date back to 1947 and with history comes experience. We use this 60+ years of experience to deliver a service that truly reflects your particular needs.
Listening is a key part of our strategy to ensure that we fully understand the objectives of the project and your concerns around particular aspects of it. Once we fully understand the project we resource it with the most experienced Project Manager and team to ensure that it is executed with the minimum of fuss and in accordance with agreed timelines and budget.
We are flexible which means that we have extensive experience in commercial, public sector and residential developments. We love to take projects all the way through from inception to build and beyond with our wholly owned Facility Management Company.
Our continual investment in technology ensures that you benefit from the efficiencies gained by us and that you have access to important innovations such as Building Information Modeling.
We are fully aware that Safety is paramount to all work we engage in and we are proud of the fact that we operate a Safe-T-Cert Grade A safety management system.
Role and Responsibilities
- Assist in the coordination, development, implementation, monitoring review and update of safety management system within Clancy
- Facilitate the development, communication and implementation of Health and Safety Plans Policies and Procedures to ensure compliance with national, international and legal requirements
- Assist in the preparation, review and communication of the Safety Statement and Safety Management System and associated Ancillary Safety Statements
- Prepare, review and communicate risk assessments in conjunction with line managers, support line managers in identifying control measures
- Actively promote a safety awareness culture throughout Clancy and it’s subcontractors
- Carry out safety inspections, and audits, maintain records, report on findings and monitor compliance with corrective and preventative actions
- Carry out audits of the Limerick City and County Council Safety Management System and monitor compliance with corrective and preventative actions to ensure issues identified are closed out
- Assist the Health and Safety Manager in assessing the training needs of staff,
- Assist in the designing and delivery of training where appropriate and maintain records of training
- Investigate incidents, dangerous occurrences and near misses as appropriate and make recommendations for corrective action
- Assist in the preparation of ongoing analysis and regular reports of unsafe incidents and accidents.
- Prepare concise reports for the Health and Safety Manager as required
- Liaise with the Health and Safety Authority and any other relevant external agencies
and organisations as required
- Deputise for the Health and Manager or represent the Health and Safety Manager in his absence as required
- Advise and report to management on all matters relating to employee health and safety.
- Develop and maintain contractor control procedures
- Develop and maintain emergency preparedness and response procedures for sites allocated to you
- Advise on legislative requirements, standards and codes of practice
- Perform such other duties appropriate to his/her office that may be assigned from time to time
- Use all technology and equipment assigned
- Complete all essential training successfully
- Maintain/develop appropriate records, reports and documentation as required
- Pro-actively use information and communication technology to improve service delivery and efficiency
The Ideal Candidate Will Have
(a) Diploma in Health and Safety
(b) Member of The Institute Of Occupational Safety & Health
(c) Have experience in the Following
- effective communications and liaison with officials from the regulatory authorities,
- the management of risks associated with construction work
- risk management in relation to hazardous substances and occupational diseases,
- providing the required input for health and safety related training course/s and manuals for the organisation,
- understanding of Health and Safety legislation, statutory requirements, their implications for the workplace,
- Have at least three years satisfactory relevant experience, including adequate experience in the areas specified below:
- the management of an appropriate audit process,
- planning practical and effective methods, both preventative and remedial,
- promoting work practices that comply with health and safety requirements,
- of working with a team,
- the preparation and regular revision of Health and Safety statements and strategies,
- maintaining accurate records, particularly of inspection findings, of incidents and accidents, and the preparation of reports and statistical data required by management and the H.S.A.,
- the regular review of work methods and processes, which identify and take account of all relevant hazards,
- supporting site managers in the preparation, implementation, and regular review of safety related documentation including risk assessments, including advising on how risks can be reduced,
- operating a safety management system.
- Possess a current, full, clean Class B driving licence.
- ability to developing a Health and Safety culture at all levels within an organisation
- implementation of health and Safety policies and Risk Management Systems, designing and
delivering training programmes and working across different functional areas within the construction Industry.
- excellent communication, interpersonal and people management skills
- excellent organisational, time management and leadership skills
- ability to work effectively under pressure and achieve objectives in a timely manner
- work effectively as part of a team
- proven problem solving and trouble shooting skills
- supervisory management skills
- good administrative, report writing and I.T. skills (preferably with a good working
knowledge of Microsoft word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook & BIM 360 field.