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Issue 374 - 20 June 2013

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Industry News
Abuse not tolerated
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Asbestos register starts
Bullying start date delayed
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Training News
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NEW National Guide to Public Works and Services Safety
Career Watch
Health and Safety Leader (NSW)
WHS Manager (NSW)
EHS Advisor (NSW)
HSE Advisor (NSW)
Safety Coordinator (NSW)
HSEQ Manager Building Construction (NSW)
Graduate Wellness Coordinator (VIC)
Health, Safety & Environment Manager (NSW)
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HSEQ Manager Building Construction (NSW)

A leader in the design and construction commercial projects in Australia this company boasts an extensive repertoire of clients. They pride themselves on being an employer of choice and provide longevity and career progression. Due to an increase in project work and growth in the company there is a vacancy for an experienced HSEQ Manager.

Priding yourself on your strong commercial and residential construction project portfolio, you’ll have experience across AS4801, AS14001 and ISO9001 accreditations and have the ability to run robust current management systems. In order to communicate effectively “hands on” experience to engage staff and subcontractors is important. This role is part of the senior management team and you will liaise with construction management, site staff and subcontractors regarding work carried out. A supportive environment and team culture is in place that promotes safety at all levels.The role is split between office and site, with site visits as needed.

To be considered for this role consistent safety experience in building construction and a good understanding of different phases of construction and risks involved are standard. Good computer skills are essential in order to carry out your role effectively. A Diploma in OH&S and Lead Auditor Certification is highly regarded. This is a great opportunity with a reputable employer that promotes career development and can offer job security. An attractive salary package is on offer depending on experience. Only applicants who have the eligibility to work in Australia and have worked in specific safety roles in Building will be considered. For further information on this fantastic opportunity please contact

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