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Senior Safety Advisor

Elevate Safety Standards and Cultivate Excellence - Join a leading Australian manufacturer as a Health & Safety SME, transforming safety culture across multiple sites. Drive impactful safety initiatives, develop best practices, and lead by example in a role that promises significant professional fulfillment and growth.


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Building Materials Manufacturer

1,000+ Employees

$140-$150K + Super


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Job Description

The Company

Part of a national group of companies, my client is a well-known Australian company that specialises in the manufacturing and distribution of metal building products. They offer a wide range of products including roofing, cladding, fencing, and rainwater goods. Metroll serves various sectors including residential, commercial, agricultural, and industrial construction.

The Role

Reporting to the operational General Manager, the main purpose of this role is to act as a SME for Health, Safety and Workers Compensation matters across multiple manufacturing site in NSW. 

To be successful you will have to partner with business leaders to assist with delivering best standard practices and overall strong safety culture, and develop & implement systems


  • Develop business level policy, procedures, systems and SOPs

  • Engage businesses and encourage consistency around standard safety solutions

  • Perform assurance functions as required and prepare concise reports for management

  • Work with businesses to identify and develop new initiatives that lead to measurable performance gains within safety systems, processes and behaviours

  • Actively assist business leaders with implementation of corrective actions and/or safety improvement initiatives

  • Assist with implementation of agreed corporate safety objectives

  • Ensure that return to work claims are regularly reviewed and effectively managed

  • Design plant risk assessments and manage training functions

  • Have a regular presence on site and lead safety from the front line

  • Actively lead and guide reports

  • Engage with Group wide safety initiatives


  • Min. 5 years' experience in Health & Safety Leadership, within the manufacturing sector

  • Tertiary degree in this space is highly regarded

  • Demonstrated experience in reducing workplace injuries

  • Incident investigation training, with experience leading investigations.

  • Experience in preparing and delivering training to frontline workgroups

  • Experience in procedural and work instruction materials

  • Competent in conducting risk assessments

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