Health & Safety Officer

Salary: €45 - €50,000 + package Location: Kerry Experience: 5+ years Job no: AK1811Job Status: Full-Time

We are presently recruiting for a Health & Safety Officer for our clients, a Civil Engineering company based in county Kerry. You will be responsible for Managing the H&S risk register and Safety Statements. You will ensure all employees and subcontractors have up-to-date training and relevant certificates specific to their position. This is a full-time position based with a Kerry based company.


  • Ensure all employees and subcontractors have up-to-date training and certificates.
  • Conduct regular site audits
  • Monitor legislative updates
  • Provide Inductions to all new staff & Plan and provide training to employees
  • Ensure all mandatory training is reviewed and delivered on time.
  • Investigate, record, and report accidents, incidents and near–misses promptly
  • Conduct regular formal site audits
  • Monitor all legislative updates
  • Create a safety-first culture and identify training needs.
  • Ensure sub-contractor safety documents are produced and available on site
  • Organise and support necessary permits, licenses, or permissions in compliance with Health & Safety legislative requirements

Qualifications, Knowledge & Skills

  • Third level recognised qualification in Health & Safety or related – Level 8
  • Full EU driving license and flexibility to travel between sites and office.
  • Extensive knowledge of Irish health and safety legislation
  • 5+ years experience, preferably in the Construction sector.
  • Flexible to travel across several sites in the Munster Region.

Company Vehicle, Pension and salary in the region of €45 – €50,000 is offered. For further information please email me at



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