H&S Training Specialist

£38000 - £42000 per annum £3,000 car allownace

Job description

We have a current opportunity for a H&S Trainer on a permanent basis for NHS Property Services paying £38,000 - 42,000 £3,000 car allowance. There are 2 roles, one in the North and one in the South. If you would like to discuss the role set out below please get in touch asap.

Key responsibilities

  • Working with the National Lead for Health & Safety Training, develop an annual National

Health & Safety training plan, with Area and Regional breakdowns.

  • Deliver Health & Safety training, in line with central training plan and agreed presentations, to the Region teams as required.
  • Deliver accredited and certificated courses, including those developed in house e.g. IOSH Managing Safely, First Aid at Work and NEBOSH General Certificate.
  • Manage the booking of courses within the Learning and Development Training Platform and support with the booking of training rooms, requests for documentation from external bodies in relation to certificated courses, distributing course materials to delegates and the completion and marking of assessments as required.
  • Liaise with awarding bodies.
  • Preparation of all handouts and supporting learning media for courses.
  • Conduct training courses at premises across the region which may require overnight stays.
  • Assist in the development and refresh of internal health and safety training courses.
  • Contribute to development and delivery of a behavioural safety learning programme.
  • Deploy a range of learning methodologies to support capability development e.g. e - learning, coaching, classroom, blended solutions.
  • Co-ordinate all training and development evaluation data, produce regular reports on the training delivery, progress, and evaluation reports as required by the National Health & Safety Lead (Training and Competency).

  • Develop training statistics and attendance reports for regions and Regional Health, Safety and Wellbeing Forums

  • Provide data to the National Health & Safety Lead (Training and Competency) to enable preparation of reports to the National and Strategic Health, Safety & Wellbeing Forums.

  • To work closely with other Health & Safety Specialists and provide Health & Safety advice particularly to FM Managers and operational teams, but also across all other Directorate teams as required, liaising with National Health & Safety Leads, Directorate Safety Champions and Technical Subject Specialists as required.

  • Contribute to Health, Safety and Wellbeing campaigns as required across the region.

  • Ensure the Region has suitable and sufficient information and training available to all NHS Property Services employees, including part-time and voluntary workers, as required for their job role.

Other responsibilities

  • Demonstrate Health & Safety leadership behaviours to continually develop our Safety culture ensuring all our employees and those we serve go home safe every day.
  • Development of a performance focused culture that emphasises collaboration, accountability, and compliance obligations.
  • Act in a way that is aligned to the values of NHS Property Services with personal integrity and is commercially solutions focussed.

  • Driving the organisations behavioural safety culture by raising awareness and leading by example, leading campaigns to raise awareness of safety culture and ownership.
  • Support training in each of the Regions as required by the business demands

  • Produce communications and training documentation to support procedure releases.

  • The role will require access to many areas of NHSPS Property Services premises including hospitals, health centres and offices, which requires an understanding of the occupiers in these premises and extensive liaison with colleagues at these locations when arranging access.

Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer. Job suitability is assessed on merit in accordance with the individual's skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.

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