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Health and Safety Manager




Job Type

Full Time

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Based on-site in our dynamic and diverse Head Office in Dublin 10 you will take a lead role in problem-solving, supporting, and coaching using recognised lean initiatives such as RCA, 5 Why’s and 8D. This role will work closely with Manufacturing & Engineering.

This role is office-based, Monday to Friday in Ballyfermot within our bustling head office. We have plenty of off-site parking and we are a 15-minute stroll to the LUAS stop.


For over 60 years Tate has been an industry leading global provider of innovative next generation solutions for raised access floors, structural ceilings, and data centre containment. We continue to develop innovative products for use in commercial buildings, data centres and large retail premises and today we offer a full specification and consulting service. Our business in Europe is growing and it’s an exciting time to help shape our future direction.

Tate's commitment to sustainability includes goals and actions for continuous improvement in the environment, customers, community, and company. We are constantly investigating and implementing new ways to reduce the environmental impact of our manufacturing process and business operations through improved energy efficiency, automation, and environmentally friendly solutions.


As the HSE Manager, you'll be responsible for refining current procedures, staying compliant with regulations, and driving continuous improvement in safety across the site. From conducting risk assessments to ensuring ISO compliance, you'll play a crucial role in fostering a culture of safety and excellence. You will also be:

  • Owning current HSE procedures and policies, applying and developing new practices to ensure they comply with legislation. Advise on all current and future HSE legislation and proactively communicate and improve safety across the site.

  • Carrying out new risk assessments and COSHH assessments on products and processes, considering how risks can be reduced and ensuring agreed review dates are met.

  • Fully investigating all accidents and incidents, reporting injuries to relevant parties, and advise on improvements to reduce similar incidents.

  • Advising on all other aspects of HSE including (but not limited to) fire regulations, hazardous substances, noise, safeguarding machinery and occupational health.

  • Implement HSE goals and objectives through an ambitious road map with targeted periodic milestones

  • Ensuring that we develop and are fully compliant with all ISO 45001 and ISO 14001 requirements by conducting regular internal audits.


For this role we are looking for a team player with a high-level of initiative, problem solving and end-to-end customer excellence. At Tate, we have grown significantly over the past number of years, we are constantly striving for excellence, innovating, and finding ways to do things better. So, if you love to adapt to change and constantly strive to be better than your best, this might just be the ideal company and role for you. You will also have:

  • Previous experience within a Health, Safety & Environmental role is essential, manufacturing experience would be highly regarded

  • NEBOSH General Certificate, NEBOSH Environmental or a degree related to HSE would be advantageous.

  • Must have a persistent manner and be able to succeed in a challenging and fast-paced environment.

  • Ability to communicate and influence effectively at all levels and drive all aspects of HSE matters forward.

  • Knowledge of key HSE legislation and its application in practical terms.


Working with a thriving and growing orginisation that offers clear progression opportunities can be incredibly rewarding. Here are some candidate benefits that highlight the advantages of such an environment:

  • Career Scope and Advancement: As we continue to grow (Ireland, Australia, Canada, and the USA) new positions and opportunities are available, offering some accelerated careers (locally and globally) for the right person.

  • Corporate Social Responsibility: Through Planet Passionate we are determined to reduce our manufacturing carbon (CO2e) emissions to as close to zero as technically possible, together with halving carbon intensity in our primary supply chain. We are very involved in our community, and you will have ample opportunities to support us, in creating a better world.

  • Skills Development: With the fast-paced nature of our business and high degree of collaboration, your new role is diverse and multifaceted – making you a more versatile employee with a broadened skill set.

  • Culture: We have a great team culture, highly collaborative, supportive and social. Together we innovate, collaborate and work together to provide excellence.

Please apply today to be considered for this exciting role.

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