• Plant Services Technician (HSE)

    Posted Date 1 month ago(25/04/2018 22:53)
    Job ID
    United Kingdom
    Seniority Level
    Job Function
    Health, Safety and Environment
    Permanent Full-Time
    Estimated Travel Required
    0 - 10%
  • Company Overview

    Come and work with us the “TT Way” which means we do the right thing, bring out the best in each other, achieve more together, champion expertise and get the job done…well! With approximately 4100 colleagues we operate from 21 locations around the world. Building the expertise of our people is critical to the future success of our organisation.


    TT Electronics is a global provider of engineered electronics. We collaborate with customers in the transportation, industrial, medical, and aerospace and defence markets, providing them with engineering expertise and support through a global network of specialists and world class facilities. As a responsible employer we encourage all our people to “give something back” by supporting the local communities in which we operate.


    In Rogerstone, Newport, South Wales we specialise in low volume, high mix electronics. Our team of 230 employees is part of the Global Manufacturing Solutions division and delivers end to end through life tailored business solutions to world leading manufacturing partners. Rumour has it that we have a good reputation with visiting colleagues from other TT locations, and that our excellent staff canteen facilities are partly due to that.

    Role Overview and Responsibilities



    To ensure that the Company operates within the legislative framework for all relevant aspects of health, safety and environmental legislation.

    Fosters a proactive HSE culture across the site, raising HSE awareness and working towards zero harm




    Internal:  Site wide contact at all levels

    External: TT electronics H.O, Insurance Surveyors, Specialist Test Engineers, Emergency Services, Local Authority, Suppliers and 3rd Party Subcontractors


    Key Responsibilities


    Health & Safety Responsibilities


    • To provide information, advice and guidance to site personnel regarding Company Rules and Health and Safety Legislation.
    • To manage the emergency evacuation procedure.
    • To organise safety training courses.
    • To ensure that the company Risk Assessment schedule is met by undertaking auditing, and providing support, guidance and advice.
    • To ensure that the company procedure for conducting and updating SDS records is met by undertaking auditing, and providing support, guidance and advice where required..
    • To complete safety inspections on a regular basis and to design and manage an in house safety auditing system for inter departmental safety audits.
    • To manage accident investigations on site including offering assistance and support to Team Leaders, Supervisors and Managers.
    • To organise and chair safety meetings on a regular basis across site ensuring the involvement of both Management and Shop floor personnel as appropriate.
    • To identify requirements for occupational health testing and pass information to HR.
    • To ensure the delivery & achievement of agreed HSE Improvement targets and objectives.
    • To co-ordinate activities to fully integrate key safety and environmental elements into our day to day operational activities.
    • Maintain HSE Schedules and compliance calendars, ensure activities occur to maintain compliance.
    • Lead the implementation of proactive initiatives (such as Behavioural Safety, HSE Roadmaps).

    Environmental Responsibilities


    • Oversee the Company Environmental Policy and ensure this complies with various recycling criteria, waste controls and energy saving initiatives on site
    • Oversee process specific environmental rules and guidelines in order to protect both the local and national environment.
    • To manage and update the company’s Environmental Manual and Procedures.
    • To coordinate the implementation of continuous improvements to the Environmental Management System to ensure that best practice is maintained.
    • To be an active member of the site environmental steering group.
    • To audit the environmental management system across site and set schedule and to be available to support internal and external environmental audits as required.
    • General
    • Work in collaboration with other TT sites and Corporate HSE regards HSE best practice
    • Proactively work with the Regional HSE Council (will require occasional travel)
    • Identify and provide HSE training needs, in person and or via external agents
    • Work effectively across the site with all levels of the organisation regards HSE, improving awareness and engagement and promoting a Just Culture

    Qualifications, Skills and Attributes

    Core Requirements


    • Must be Nebosh qualified or equivalent (ideally Diploma). 
    • Must be PC literate (Excel and Word).
    • Must be able to demonstrate good leadership and communication skills at all levels within an organisation. 
    • Must have an in-depth knowledge of safety and environmental legal requirements, root cause analysis, knowledge and experience of OHSAS 18001/ISO 14001:2015 requirements and implementation.
    • Minimum of 3 to 5 years relevant experience operating within a Health, Safety and Environment Management role.



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