HSE Manager - Enschede
Foseco is not only a supplier of foundry material. Our service goes far beyond material supply. We work the Foseco way – Excellent products, application expertise, proactive advice and consultancy. Foseco is a partner to build on.
We offer a wide range of foundry products and services to meet the requirements of iron, steel and non-ferrous foundries to help them to reduce defects, improve casting quality and optimise production costs.
In April 2008, Foseco was acquired by Vesuvius, a global leader in metal flow engineering, providing a full range of engineering services and solutions to its customers worldwide, principally serving the steel and foundry industries. Vesuvius has a proud heritage of bringing innovation to the markets we serve. We have more than 200 technical experts supported by local development teams around the world to ensure we meet our customers’ needs. With 7 research centres across the globe, Vesuvius continues to lead innovation in our industry. The Global Foundry R&D Centre in Enschede was established in 2014 in order to serve our customers with innovative products. The well-equipped laboratories and in-house cast facilities are enabling the development of breakthrough technologies and processes.
Foseco is looking for a:
Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) Manager – Enschede
As an HSE Manager you ensure the complete safety of all personnel working in Foundry and Labs, including workers, visitors and contractors. It is crucial that complete compliance with Vesuvius health and safety policies and initiatives, as well as continual improvement in safety audits. Ensure that all Foseco and local environmental regulations and laws are followed. You manage the day-to-day tasks associated with audits and chances for improvement. In addition to this you monitor and report all relevant safety metrics to site management.
Do you think you would fit this position perfectly and do you want to start a career at Foseco? Please let us know you’re interested and push the blue ’solliciteren’ button.
For further information and questions, please do not hesitate to contact Sophie Schellevis at [email protected]