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Where can I work with my HSE training?

Posted by NOSA on Feb 27, 2017 9:00:00 AM
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You already know that studying further is a good idea. How can enhancing existing qualifications ever be a bad thing? And you already know that once you have successfully achieved your qualification you’ll be able to plan, implement and maintain a safety, health and environmental (SHE) management system.

But once this is done, the real question becomes, ‘How does this help me when it comes to finding a great job in the health and safety industry?’ Employment (or rather, staggering unemployment) remains a real problem worldwide, and everyone is looking for the edge that will guarantee they’re ahead of the pack when it comes to finding permanent work.

So, with this in mind, we’ve put together a list of some of the industries and positions you’re sure to successfully apply to (and for) with your qualification.


 

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Positions

SHEQ officer

SHEQ manager

Safety facilitator/assessor

Risk control officer

Risk manager

Health and safety representative

Health and safety officer

Health and safety co-ordinator

Health and safety manager

Health and safety advisor

LMI officer

SHEQ officer

SHEQ manager

OHS consultant

Chief safety manager

SHERQ practitioner

Technical safety engineer

Safety supervisor

 

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Industries

Power

Energy

Engineering

Construction

Construction design and management

Manufacturing

Mining

Transport/rail

Consulting

Logistics

Maritime

Environmental management

Emergency services

Aviation

Occupational health and hygiene

Safety and security

 

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Sources:

http://www.allen-york.com/disciplines/health-and-safety

http://www.bayt.com/en/international/jobs/roles/safety/

http://www.indeed.co.za/  

http://www.jobcrawler.co.za/jobs?ts=go&q=samtrac+jobs+in+limpopo

Topics: Career in Health and Safety, Occupational Health and Safety, HSE, training

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