Job type: Full-time
3-9 Willow Lane, Mitcham, Surrey, CR4 4NA.


Job Summary

The Health and Safety Executive works closely with Production Team to create and assist Production Managers to develop project-specific method statements.  This position ensures that appropriate risks are considered throughout projects and recommends solutions to hazards that have been identified on site.  The Health & Safety Executive will also ensure that a safety culture is embedded and the correct protocols are followed. Additionally, the role will support the health and safety practices in the workshop (including EN1090).

Main Duties:

  • Support Project Managers by both assisting with and carrying out a project-specific risk assessment and developing project-specific method statements.
  • Support Production Managers with design risk assessment and the development of project specific information for sharing with other designers, contractors and clients/venues and relevant third parties
  • Prepare site packs and record them on return
  • Identifying areas of risk associated with project designs and communicating these to the Production Managers.
  • Develop and maintain a risk register for onsite hazards
  • Ensuring appropriate controls are considered throughout the project from inception through to onsite
  • Identify supply chain information that is relevant and required
  • Provide advice and recommend solutions to hazards identified by design risk assessment ensuring control measures are fully integrated into the delivery of the project.
  • Devise and implement a Project Safety Development programme for all the Production Managers to build skills and knowledge relating to design risk assessment.
  • Work with other relevant external health and safety consultants to maintain safe working practices in the workshop.


  • Experience of the live event industry, in particular, the Production Services sector covering corporate events, product launches/activations, exhibitions, conference/conventions, theatre, film & TV
  • Experienced with basic health and safety principals
  • Knowledge of relevant technical standards, industry practices and sector-specific guidance.


  • Ability to be able to prioritise workload
  • Ability to be able to explain health and safety principles clearly to staff.