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HSE jobs in Edinburgh

Health & Safety (HSE) jobs are some of the most important in many industries.

HSE (Health, Safety, and Environment) jobs are roles that focus on ensuring the safety and wellbeing of workers and the environment in which they operate. Some common HSE job titles include:

  1. Health and Safety Officer: responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining health and safety policies and procedures in the workplace.

  2. Environmental Health and Safety Specialist: responsible for identifying, evaluating, and controlling hazards and risks associated with the workplace environment.

  3. HSE Manager: responsible for overseeing and coordinating all aspects of health, safety, and environment programs within an organisation.

  4. Occupational Health Specialist: responsible for ensuring that workers are not exposed to hazardous materials or conditions and receive appropriate medical care.

  5. Safety Engineer: responsible for designing and implementing safety measures and systems to prevent accidents and injuries in the workplace.

  6. Environmental Engineer: responsible for designing and implementing systems to reduce the impact of industrial processes on the environment.

  7. HSE Trainer: responsible for designing and delivering training programs to workers and managers on health, safety, and environmental issues.

These are just a few examples of the many HSE job titles available in various industries. Job requirements and qualifications may vary depending on the specific role and industry.

The qualifications that you’ll need for these jobs will vary depending on the type of position you’re looking at. For example, an offshore role as an advisor could require a NEBOSH Certificate/Diploma and ideally an environmental qualification. You’ll need to be confident dealing with those around you and developing relationships.

Does a career in this important and responsible area hold an appeal for you?

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