Job descriptionI have a requirement for a Site Manager at 3 months/rolling Monthly, with scope to extend.
Our client is the Principle Contractor, they have a responsibility to provide for effective and suitable supervision.
Supervision has to be provided at all times to make sure works are coordinated safely, risks managed adequately and everyone on site is aware of important safety procedures.
The responsibility for supervision may be discharged to an agency worker employed through yourself.
There shall be only one responsible Site Manager at any time to avoid unclear responsibilities.
The requirements described in section 2 must be fulfilled by the Site Manger.
The individual who undertakes the role must be vetted as competent and qualified to do so.
Our Works Mostly involved Electrical installation’s, New Services to Supplies for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment.
There is Civil and structural engineering at each site and it is the responsibility of the Employment agent to understand the terms listed and qualify the individual before, their employer needs to go through the HSSE vetting process, notably the CDM part of it.
Section 2 shall be used to define the scope in a contractual agreement with the Site Manager or the company that employs them.
The Site Manager will report to the Project Delivery Manager who will check on a regular basis (normally weekly) if requirements are fulfilled and instructions followed. Should the quality of the Site Manager’s work be found to be insufficient, the individual has to be replaced as soon as possible.
1. Site Management RequirementsThe role of a Site Manager involves the management and supervision of a construction site in accordance with the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM). It is the responsibility of the site supervisor to assess hazards, determine risks, conduct regular inspections, and maintain a safety programme. They will make sure that deliveries, construction works on site, the client’s regular business and any other activities on site are coordinated. They will report to the Project Delivery Manager.
In more detail, the responsibilities of a Site Manager include:
- Supervise workers, subcontractors, and work activities.
- Prepare and present site inductions, safety briefings and toolbox talks and record attendance.
- Assess and manage safety hazards: Ensure E.ON RAMS and Permit Process is followed for all works on site.
- Approve RAMS and issue permits as required.
- Ensure Site Rules are displayed and enforce these Rules.
- Check if welfare facilities are clean, tidy, and functioning.
- Carry out daily health and safety inspections to ensure compliance with relevant legal requirements and procedures (incl. waste management procedures).
- Help Project Delivery Managers to plan the work programme.
- Coordinate deliveries of materials, plant and equipment, construction works on site, the client’s regular business and any other activities on site.
- Completing records for site reports and keep the Site File up to date.
- Ensure first aid equipment is available and in date.
- Lead and minute/record daily site briefings as required.
- Raise safety concerns at the appropriate level.
- Make sure incidents incl. near misses are reported accurately.
- Resolve problems and implement improvements.
- Organize and oversee external inspections, such as with a health and safety inspector.
- Provide emergency first aid if required.
Relevant skills of a site supervisor include:
- A positive attitude.
- Experience in construction or civil engineering.
- Appropriate health and safety qualifications (SMSTS or equivalent).
- The ability to communicate with, motivate, and (if necessary) discipline the workforce.
- The ability to understand drawings and other contract documents.
- A good understanding of safety procedures.
- First aid training.
- Organizational skills.
- The ability to mediate to resolve issues.
- An understanding of legal responsibilities.
- An understanding of welfare and environmental requirements.
- An understanding of occupational health and behavioral safety requirements.