HS&E Information Analyst

Division
Redrow Group Services
Department
Health & Safety
Number of positions for this role
1
Location
Flintshire
Summary

The HS&E Information Analyst will assist the Group HS&E Governance Manager in managing and analysing HS&E Data from various sources to enable the HS&E Department to focus resources and develop strategy to continuously improve the HS&E culture across the business.

Key Responsibilities
  • Review data inputs from various sources, e.g Accident/Incident data, internal assurance inspections and audits, site unsafe and stop notices and drug and alcohol testing data and any actions arising.

  • Retain an overview of RedHSE (Redrow’s Internal HSE Information Capture Platform) and manual data processes and an awareness of categories of data held in both;

  • Understand the sources and interface of HS&E information, developing skills to analyse exceptions/ errors reports;

  • Produce regular and ad-hoc reports as requested, ensuring at all times that new reports are tested and cross checked for accuracy;

  • Liaise with Operational Finance and IT to provide information for business reporting;

  • Perform large scale data loads and analyse success/exception files.

  • Collect and analyse statistics to assist in informing the HS&E Department’s focus and strategy.

  • Develop and maintain a broad overview of functionality of RedHSE and Manual Data Processes and respective user interaction;

  • Maintaining and administering RedHSE and Manual Data processes including answering end user queries, triaging of data input by end users.

  • Administration of RedHSE and Manual Data processes and Dashboards.

  • Liaison with Legal and Finance Director for Incident Review.

  • Support with HBF Statistical Submissions.

  • Maintenance of user guides for the RedHSE and Manual Data Processes.

  • Track agreed metrics/KPIs.

  • Central contact for report queries from the HS&E Team, Group and Divisional Senior Management Teams, HR, Engagement, L&D teams and IT;

  • Respond to ad-hoc enquiries for data/analysis.

Closing Date
30/06/2021