3 - Heads/managers of health and safety (HSE), quality and the environment (HSQE)

The head also termed Chief/Director or Manager is responsible for the Health and Safety (HSE) and Quality and Environment (HSQE). Their role is of paramount importance in the quality, safety management, and environment within the organizations according to the standards of health and safety. They maintain the industry standards so that the employees remain secure at the workplace. Their job responsibilities are following:

Risk assessment:

The risk assessment of work conditions as per Health and Safety (HSE) standards of the industry is carried out by safety directors and heads.

Formulation of procedures and policies:

The safety managers formulate the policies and procedures according to the risk assessment and safety standards of the company.

Training of employees in health and safety procedures:

They train and instruct the employees in the health and safety procedures and safety-related guidelines.

Provision and inspection of personal protection equipment:

They provide the personal protection equipment to the employees and carry out the frequent inspection of such equipment to assess its effectiveness or replacement.

The procedure of accident reporting:

Safety managers devise the procedure and policy for reporting accidents.

First aid training:

They train employees in first aid so that they can act efficiently in the case of an emergency.

If you need information about the number of contact records available for these individuals, along with example data and a quotation for its supply, tell us here

Clients we have worked with

We work with organisations and budgets of all sizes across the private, public and not-for-profit sectors globally. Our clients range from start ups and sole traders through to SMEs and global organisations such as: Google, Manpower, Mars, Trinity Mirror, Barclays, The Bank of England, IBIS and Hays.