Safety Engineer (Product)
Website Hudson Shribman
Hudson Shribman are seeking a Safety Engineer (Product)
Would you like to play a key role supporting the safety of systems within Royal Naval Ships? Ideally you will currently work within safety and want to expand your horizons, to ensure the equipment and systems that are supplied to our customers are safe.
As a Safety Engineer, you will be responsible for ensuring the safety of our armed forces personnel whilst they operate in hostile environments, providing both physical and functional safety expertise as well as product environmental expertise to specified projects.
Your main responsibilities as a Safety Engineer
- Producing pre-bid product safety & environmental assessments to inform the risks associated with the project
- Producing safety & environmental management plans
- Developing safety & environmental arguments for complex systems (including software) sometimes from first principles
- Selecting and executing the most appropriate and recognised hazard identification, analysis and risk classification / reduction techniques
- Developing Hazard Logs using SMARTer
Your skills and qualifications as a Safety Engineer
- HNC/HND or equivalent qualification or experience in Engineering
- Experience in System safety or product safety
- Experience of working with multiple project stakeholders at various levels
- An awareness of legislation, standards, processes and tools used in safety and environmental engineering
- Understanding of MoD safety management activities and processes, e.g. DSA01.1, DSA02.DLSR, DSA02-DMR (Defence maritime regulations for health, safety and environmental protection). DEF STAN 00-051, 00-055, 00-056 and the ALARP process
- Exposure to IEC 61508 (Functional Safety of electrical / electronic / programmable electronic safety-related systems)
As an employees you wiill receive an excellent benefits package which includes a competitive pension scheme, enhanced annual leave allowance and a Company contributed Share Incentive Plan. Also offer a range of additional benefits such as flexible working, an employee assistance programme, Cycle2work and many local and national employee discounts. Some employees may also be eligible for an annual incentive.
Hours: 37 hours a week