Health and Safety Executive
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About the company

  • CEO
    Richard Judge
  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Recruitment Attraction Lead


£39,334 - £45,865 a year

21 days ago

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Apprenticeship, Permanent, Full-time, Part-time, Contract


£20,480 a year

22 days ago

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Senior Information Disclosure Assurance Officer


£31,663 - £35,906 a year

25 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time, Part-time
Senior Registered Gas Engineer


£39,334 - £45,865 a year

21 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Deputy Director, IT Operations


£85,000 - £95,000 a year

21 days ago

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Assurance Practitioner

West Midlands

£39,334 - £45,865 a year

24 days ago

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Graphic officer in Liverpool
on 30 April 2018
Changing culture
Once proud and caring employer, now subject to market forces. Working conditions deteriorating, and moral decreasing largely due to top heavy management structure, leading to lack of professional response to core function.
Band 4 Inspector in Liverpool
on 28 July 2020
Poor management
Poor management throughout HSE. Lack of support when new to the role. Close ranks when issues reported. The job itself is difficult but interesting. Made some good colleagues
Technical Support Engineer in Buxton
on 14 July 2020
poor ineffective management
there is no progression/promotion from one band to the next, to progress one has to apply to any suitable vacancies that are published. Your previous performance is not used as a measure during the recruitment process.... Also there is no incremental pay rises within the various bands... performance us not rewarded.
Specialist Occupational Health Inspector in Based in Birmingham England but I'm required to go to all parts of Britain.
on 17 April 2020
Productive, challenging, interesting and rewarding work
There is no typical day at work in my role as a Specialist Occupational Health Inspector. It is both varied and diverse and includes attending Court to provide Expert Opinion on criminal cases involving occupational ill health. I am often called on to provide specialist support to my general Inspector colleagues on occupational ill-health issues across a wide range of industries. There is a culture of mutual support between colleagues and a willingness to share information when called upon to do so. My role is very rewarding and diverse, with no two days the same. For instance, I am also responsible for my own investigations, one of which led to a successful prosecution against a company that failed to control exposure to vibrating equipment, thereby exposing its employees to ill health. This has been the most challenging part of my role to date. As a nurse, it is also very rewarding to work with employers and their employees in order to mitigate the risk of developing an occupational related disease by ensuring that the right control measures are in place. The nature of my role also requires me to complete the Regulatory Training Programme. This programme is underwritten by NEBOSH and required me to successfully complete the course. It included a year long theory and practical training and I am very proud of the fact that I achieved an excellent grade in the Legal Examination component of the course.
Target and Intelligence Officer in Basingstoke, Hampshire
on 29 January 2020
Great place to work
Lovely place to work, nice colleagues, flexible hours, relaxed atmosphere, pension and sick pay. Interesting work.. They really do look after you and have your best interests at heart. Lots of in house training courses. I worked there as an Administrator for fifteen years. I left 2015. Regret it to this day.
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