Environmental, Occupational Health and Safety Specialist

The Environmental Health and Safety Specialist is responsible for continually improving the Company’s Health and Safety performance. This is done by inspecting business premises, advising and cooperating with employer/employees, investigating accidents, and through enforcement of the law.

Scope of responsibilities

  • Developing and implementing annual health and safety and environmental working programs and strategies
  • Organizing the company’s occupational health and safety activities in accordance with the law
  • Keeping up to date the work health and safety and environmental rules, guidelines and risk analysis
  • Monitoring of the processes and procedures to ensure the working environment is safe
  • Investigating work accidents and complaints
  • Carrying out work environment inspections and compiling the reports
  • Ensuring workers are provided with suitable protective equipment
  • Compiling training material and providing a systematic work environment training
  • Ensuring the compliance of work health requirements

Key requirements

  • Experience in the occupational health and safety field in a fast pace environment is an advantage
  • Understanding of and/or experience in the maintenance field is considered an advantage
  • Knowledge of the local health and safety legislation and environment policy’s
  • The desire to contribute to improving the work environment of the company
  • Well time-organized person, discreet, precise and responsible
  • Strong personality with the ability to handle stress and various tasks at the same time
  • Good team player, who understands how to achieve results through communication and collaboration
  • Good written, oral and reading communication skills
  • Ability to proficiently read, write and speak Estonian and English
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office for Windows
  • B- category drivers’ license

We Offer

  • A varied and challenging role in an ever-growing environment
  • A fast-track to both personal and professional growth
  • The culture of trust – having the freedom to do things our own way
  • Various trainings to keep the skills up to date

Job location: Tallinn, Estonia

PS! Only suitable candidates will be contacted. 

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