Maintenance Supervisor

Sherwin-Williams
Job Overview
Responsibilities:
  • Enforcement of safe systems of work and holding those below them in the management structure accountable for their health and safety performance
  • Provision of safe equipment, safe working environment and ensuring all employees/contractors are provided with and wear the appropriate personal protective equipment
  • Ensure employees within their department are adequately informed, instructed, trained and supervised to safely carry out work for which they are engaged
  • Ensure a safe working environment, striving for zero recordable injuries in compliance with internal policies and external legislation, through the delivery of key enabling activities (e.g. Near Misses, Safety Observations, timely completion of actions)
  • Ensure safety and environmental incidents are fully investigated and the appropriate countermeasures established
  • Drive the site towards a high level of planned maintenance through the use of historical data and condition based monitoring
  • Provide technical support and guidance to the engineering team
  • Direct liaison with internal stakeholders to ensure maintenance resource is correctly prioritised and assigned
  • Contributes to management of change and commissioning processes to ensure equipment is handed over to relevant parties in a safe and fit for purpose condition
  • Proactively drives engineering continuous improvements to increase production volumes and enhance site safety to exceed the standards expected from a SEVESO/COMAH and Sherwin Williams site
  • Supporting member of HAZOP's and process design where required/invited
  • Supports the site with SEVESO/COMAH actions relating to maintenance activities
  • Act as site custodian/facilitator of maintenance related activities for Rx (where relevant)
  • Ensure the Maintenance Team have the required training and competencies to fulfill their duties
  • Drives the Engineering department to consistent and safe methods of work through Risk Assessments and procedures
  • Manages apportioned value of the Engineering budget to ensure budget is achieved
  • Contributing to the Engineering Management System by issuing Engineering Procedures and Maintenance worksheets
  • Align Maintenance activities with OEM recommendations, reliability data, HSE Guidance and RAGAGEP's
  • Champion of Rx, including Asset Critically assignment and critical spare parts management (where relevant)
  • Contributor to the Engineering BMS report
  • Ownership of the Rx metrics and Interrogating the Rx data to identify opportunities for Maintenance Improvements (where relevant)
  • To cover the responsibilities of the Engineering Manager when the Engineering Manager is off site
  • Processing MIRA actions and Near Miss reports that are applicable to Maintenance
  • Performs other duties as assigned
Requirements:
  • Engineering Apprenticeship
  • HNC or equivalent professional registration
  • 5+ years' experience in a hazardous manufacturing environment
  • Working knowledge of management of relevant country health and safety legislation
  • Experience of computer maintenance management systems
  • 2+ years experience of RAMS and PTW issuing/approving
  • NEBOSH would be advantageous
  • Regulatory understanding, including country specific legislation, PSSR, LOLER, PUWER, SEVESO/COMAH
  • Working knowledge of ATEX and DSEAR
  • Experience with CMMS
  • Commissioning and Management of Change
  • Competent in Microsoft Office Packages, Word, Excel etc
  • An effective communicator across all departments
  • A hands on approach and 'can do' attitude
  • High standard of work and personal ethics
  • Team player
  • Open and approachable
  • Strong customer focus, internally and externally
  • Works well under pressure
  • Advanced PC skills essential
  • Financial and commercial awareness
Job Detail
  • ExperienceSee requirements
  • QualificationsEngineering apprenticeship. HNC or equivalent professional registration
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