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Safety Business PartnerInfraBuild Steel
About our team At InfraBuild we are inspired by visions of what might be possible, of making our world a stronger, safer, more sustainable and connected place to live. We are inspired to challenge the notion of what is possible, from building the cities that we live in to the infrastructure that powers them. We're there to collaborate and help make possibilities happen.
This is how ideas take shape and innovations become reality. InfraBuild Steel operates world-class state-of-the-art Steelmaking facilities in Sydney, Newcastle & Melbourne. Operating two electric arc furnaces and four rod and bar rolling mills we use local materials to produce high quality steel products, while building on our proud traditions of technical excellence and team safety.
About the role We’re looking for a talented Site Safety Business Partner to join our team at our Laverton Steelworks. Reporting directly to the InfraBuild Steel National Safety Manager, and dotted line to the Victorian Operations Manager. You’ll be energetic and passionate about working with, and providing strong leadership to the business ensuring our WHS risks are managed.
Your responsibilities will include; Provide guidance and oversight to ensure compliance to all applicable InfraBuild WHS Policies and Global Standards. Develop local site WHS procedures and processes to meet InfraBuild Standards Support the site manager and business managers championing the site WHS committee, and sub committees, and providing guidance and support for WHS representatives. Support completion of risk assessments related to WHS hazards Measure sites’ performance against published requirements.
For all deficiencies, partner with the business to identify a plan for the site to implement and fix all identified deficiencies. Analyse safety metrics About your experience You are a proactive individual with a strong attention to detail and natural leadership ability. You enjoy working in a rapidly changing environment, and will be used to managing broad stakeholder groups.
The successful candidate will ideally have; Relevant Bachelor degree in engineering, science, health, safety, or a related field 5 years of relevant expertise in safety programs across manufacturing, production, or service operations Possess a thorough understanding of Australian WHS legislative, particularly the Victorian OHS Act and subordinate legislation and codes of practice. Experience implementing lean principles and process improvement in an operational environment. Heavy Manufacturing WHS experience in a 24/7 operation.
Strong analytical skills with demonstrated problem solving ability. Experience with WHS regulators (e.g.
WorkSafe, EPA) Experience with OHSAS 18001 and/or ISO 14001 and Self insurance frameworks Injury management and return to work exposure Next steps Across our different business units, we offer career opportunities for people who share our drive, passion and ambition. From apprentices and graduates to experienced professio....