HSEQ Lead 

Location: Grangemouth 

Bilfinger UK is a leading engineering and maintenance provider, supporting customers across the chemical & petrochemical, nuclear, oil & gas, pharmaceuticals & biopharma, power & energy, utilities, renewables and food & beverage markets. We enhance the efficiency of assets, ensuring a high level of availability and reducing maintenance costs.

We have extensive experience in offshore and onshore facilities; specialising in asset management services throughout all life cycle phases from consulting, engineering, manufacturing, assembly, operations, maintenance, and decommissioning.

This commitment is delivered by an experienced and highly competent workforce of over 4,500 employees operating from 14 offices in strategic industrial hubs, upholding the highest standards of safety, compliance and quality.


To provide SHEQ management, leadership and guidance in accordance with the current legislative requirements, BUK HSEQ Management System requirements and Client on SHEQ site requirements.


Reports to

 Site Manager


Ineos FPS


Key Activities: What should the role holder do to achieve the business goals


Onsite focal point for the Bilfinger UK SHEQ function, ensuring that all elements of the Company HSEQ Management System are adhered to whilst promoting and developing a strong SHEQ culture by:


    • Providing SHEQ support to the FPS contract by ensuring that contractual SHEQ requirements and associated HSEQ Plans are effectively communicated and implemented to ensure that the contract and business SHEQ objectives are met.
    • Preparation and management of the required contractual SHEQ Documentation.
    • Leading on site incident and NCR investigations to ensure that root causes and preventative / corrective actions are identified, ensuring that all information is suitably collated in an efficient manner within the Company Incident Management System – ‘ACTIVE’
    • Ensuring all corrective actions as a result of incidents, audits, inspections and observations are followed up and effectively closed out in a timely manner.
    • Promoting the use of B-UK proactive safety tools, such as PASTA, Safe Cards and Peer Audits and provide coaching and mentoring in the use of.
    • Conducting audits and inspections of various work processes as required, recording findings and coordinating corrective actions to close out.
    • Developing the competence of personnel in health, safety and quality through training and support and on site coaching and  mentoring
    • Disseminating SHEQ information within the SHEQ team to roll out across FPS operational work sites.
    • Production and presentation of monthly and quarterly SHE reports to the client.
    • Being the onsite focal point for SHEQ, supporting operational team members, ensuring standards are maintained and best practices are applied.
    • Undertake and participate in both BUK and Client audits and inspections as required.
    • Engaging with and developing positive and professional relationships with Client SHEQ teams and stakeholders.
    • Visibly leading and coaching the BUK FPS SHEQ team by promoting B-UK HSEQ processes and interacting with all BUK personnel across the FPS contract.
    • Supporting the BUK SHEQ Team to enable them to take ownership and empower them to deliver SHEQ ‘through the line’.
    • Promote the Identification of ‘areas of improvement’ relating to B-UK HSEQ governance, driving to implement and facilitate continuous improvement.
    • Support and coach the team to enable them to confidently stop any operational process where unsafe working practices are being undertaken.
    • Give advice by coaching personnel of the appropriate action to be taken through visible management in the field.
    • To report and manage any deficiencies or matters of urgency relating to SHEQ and/or potential breaches in legislation.
    • Ensuring appropriate control measures are applied in relation to quarantine of non-compliant material, products and equipment, through the management of PUWER & LOLER regulations.


Identify and monitor issues, create new ideas and keep abreast of innovations in the industry to enable:

    • Improvements to the products and services to be communicated to the Operational and SHEQ Management team for implementation.
    • Delivery of exceptional safety, health, environmental and quality performance.


Routine Duties:

  • Manage, participate, review and assist with the development of Risk Assessments
  • Ensure all hazardous substances used by B-UK are subject to a COSHH risk assessment and that the Company ‘Sypol’ system is maintained, understood and implemented.
  • Supporting and participating in emergency response planning and training exercises were required.
  • Being visible onsite and completing regular SHEQ inspections whilst engaging in safety conversations with the onsite personnel.
  • Deliver leadership through mentoring / coaching as and when required.
  • Work with the teams to ensure the best fit for the task with both PPE & Tooling, looking at innovation to further reduce risks.
  • Attendance at client onsite SHEQ Meetings.
  • Chairing weekly BUK SHEQ Team meetings.
  • Ensuring leading / lagging information is collated and reported to allow for KPI / Performance reports to be generated against contractual measures.
  • Coordinating and assisting with the BUK Drug & Alcohol testing processes as required.
  • Coordination and delivery of BUK and where required the client SHEQ Inductions.
  • Ensuring B-UK Policies are adhered to and recording of non-compliance are reported to both the Site manager and BUK Regional Leadership Team.
  • Reporting areas of concern or potential opportunities for improvement to the  Site Manager/ HSE Regional Manager /Quality Manager
  • Ownership and investigation of all NCR’s recorded against BUK in both the internal and the client’s registers, coordinating immediate, corrective and root cause actions.
  • Coordinating and delivery of HSE briefings via TBT or similar as directed by the Site Manager
  • Providing guidance and advice on matters relating to SHEQ to onsite personnel
  • Manage and coordinate the development of ITP, FAT and other associated quality control processes required at FPS.
  • Assist in developing, promoting and monitoring compliance with SHEQ performance indicators both internally and contractual KPI’s.
  • Develop and contribute towards the continual improvement of the HSE culture and delivery of the ‘Safety Works’ programme
  • Deliver SHEQ training as required
  • Assist in the development and monitoring of performance / compliance with Company annual HSEQ Improvement Plans
  • Deliver SHEQ Initiatives


In addition to the duties and responsibilities listed, the position holder is required to perform other duties as may arise in connection with the successful operation of B-UK or assigned by the HSEQ Director / HSE Manager / Quality Manager.


Key Behaviours / Competencies

Creating and innovating


Learning and researching

Planning and organising

Presenting and communicating information

Applying expertise and technology

Writing and reporting

Leading and Managing




  • Auditing / Inspection
  • Incident Management & Investigation
  • Non-conformance Identification and Management
  • HSE Legislation
  • ISO 9000 Requirements
  • CDM Regulations
  • Management System Standards
  • Industrial Services Sector
  • Improvement Planning
  • Coaching / Training Skills


  • Industry / Sector specific qualifications
  • Recognised Quality Qualification




  • NEBOSH General Certificate
  • Member of IOSH (Tech / Graduate Status)
  • IQA Lead Auditor 9001,14001,45001
  • Management qualification

Key Behaviour Definitions

Leading and Supervising

Provides others with clear direction; sets appropriate standards of behaviour; delegates work appropriately and fairly; motivates and empowers others; provides staff with development opportunities and coaching; takes decisive action on addressing performance issues.

Applying expertise and technology

Applies specialist and detailed technical expertise; develops job knowledge with others, shares expertise and knowledge with others; uses technology to achieve work objectives; demonstrates appropriate physical co-ordination and endurance, manual skills, spatial awareness and dexterity; demonstrates an understanding of different organisational departments and functions


Analyses numerical data, verbal data and all other sources of information; breaks information into component parts, patterns and relationships; probes for further information or greater understanding of a problem; makes rational judgments from the available information and analysis; produces workable solutions to a range of problems

Learning and researching

Rapidly learns new tasks and quickly commits information to memory; gathers comprehensive information to support decision making; demonstrates a rapid understanding of newly presented information; encourages an organisational learning approach (i.e. learns from successes and failures and seeks staff and customer feedback)

Creating and innovating

Works strategically to realise organisational goals; sets and develops strategies; identifies and develops positive and compelling visions of the organisations future potential; takes account of a wide range of issues across and related to the organisation

Planning and organising

Sets clearly defined objectives; plans activities and projects well in advance and takes account of possible changing circumstances; manages time effectively; identifies and organises resources needed to accomplish tasks; monitors performance against deadlines and milestones

If you wish to speak to a member of the recruitment team, please contact 01224 246246.


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