System Safety Assurance Lead - HS2

Posted 24 August 2023
Salary £500 - 700 per day
LocationGreater London
Job type Contract - Full Time
Discipline Property
Contact NameOliver Gooch

Job description

Are you a safety system assurance lead with experience working on large infrastructure projects?
Do you have experience in the design of a range of civils assets and ensuring safety assurance in accordance with the Common Safety Method (CSM)?
Location: London or Birmingham - 1 day a week - rest from home
Start date: ASAP
Contract length: 6 - 24 months
Rate: Dependant on experience - Inside IR35
Job Role:
Working for a major consultancy on HS2 C2/ C3 package who have been contracted to design a range of civils assets which need to be safety assured in accordance with the Common Safety Method (CSM).
There is a team of 4 full-time System Safety engineers currently delivering the Engineering Safety Management works for this project.
The System Safety Lead is required to manage the tasks and deliverables that are undertaken by the System Safety Team on the High Speed 2 project. This includes delegating tasks to each team-member, ensuring that the program of System Safety tasks are being adhered-to, providing CSM-expertise on specific issues as they arise, in addition to chairing HAZID workshops on a regular basis.
The schedule of HAZID workshops is on average 1-2 per week, therefore the System Safety Lead shall be a confident, clear and authoritative chairperson with at-least 8+ years of experience of chairing HAZID/HAZOP workshops.
As the project is maturing through the current Detailed Design stage, the System Safety Lead will also be required to assist package managers and the client System Safety Manager in planning-out the CSM activities for the next phase of works: Construction, Testing & Commissioning.
The System Safety Lead will be required to engage with the Assessment Body (AsBo) lead confrmance assessor, answer any queries from the AsBo ,and manage the submissions for the Detailed Design Safety Assessment Reports (SAR) and Pre-commissioning SARs.