HSE is running a number of awareness events in June. Find out about what it takes to become a trainee inspector – come and meet some of our current inspectors and recruitment colleagues between 11.00am and 4.00pm at the locations below;
Dates and locations
- 5 June 2017 HSE Chelmsford
- 6 June 2017 HSE Basingstoke
- 7 June 2017 HSE Bedford
- 8 June 2017 Stand 20, Ibis Earls court: Summer Graduate Fair
Our inspectors are the frontline of HSE’s life saving work. Whether on a construction site, a farm or at a manufacturing plant, millions of workers come home safe and well because of the difference our regulators make.
From inspecting workplaces to investigating incidents, our people do some of the most important and rewarding work in government. You will play a big part in helping employers manage risk sensibly and proportionately, and Great Britain to work well.
As a health and safety inspector, no two days are the same – and every workplace you visit will be different, as will the people you’ll meet.
Your workplace could be in the office, out on site or in court presenting evidence. And because the work is so important, we make a big investment in developing your regulatory skills, knowledge and abilities.
Our two year trainee regulatory programme is unique to HSE, resulting in a post graduate qualification and a substantial pay increase as a qualified health and safety regulator.
You can make a difference to how Britain works with HSE.
Who should attend?
The events are aimed at people interested in a job with real-world impact that makes workplaces safer and improves the health and well-being of the people who work there. We’re interested in speaking with degree qualified (2:1 or higher) individuals who will enjoy the variety and challenge of this rewarding role.
For more information, please visit careers.hse.gov.uk.
Article source: http://hse.gov.uk/events/b4-trainee.htm