Construction

Site Access Controller Part time/Casual

Part Time

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Part-time/Casual work – Site Access Controller

We are looking for people who are seeking flexible working patterns on a zero-hour contract. Most of the work will be on weekends with varying shift lengths, and you can expect anywhere from 1 to 3 shifts a week with the occasional midweek shifts available from time to time.

You will be required to have your own transport and be willing to travel, or alternatively be able to make arrangements to be on-site to meet the requirements of your shift times.

If you do not mind staying away in accommodation this opens up opportunities for extra shifts. Mileage/travel has been factored into the hourly rate.

Full training, uniform, and equipment are provided. Full pay if the shift is completed earlier than planned or if the shift is cancelled within 24 hours. Half pay if the shift is cancelled within 48 hours of commencement

Requirements:

* ·Have your own Smartphone and be IT literate.

* ·Confident to deal with groups of people, including delivering important Health & Safety information.

* The ability to effectively communicate (both verbal and written).

* Assertive – able to deal with challenging individuals and/or situations, rejecting individuals upon signing in for not meeting PPE requirements.

* Good attention to detail

Beneficial experience but not essential:

* Knowledge of railway track renewals.

* Previous Site Access experience in any industry.

* Understanding of the phonetic alphabet

Job Description

The Site Access Controller acts as a work site’s administration centre, responsible for controlling access/egress to and from site and collating reports. The Site Access Controller will update and submit site reports including personnel registers for the client to review.

Principle Duties:

* Signing track staff in and out and carrying out Sentinel checks.

* Carrying out PPE checks and rejecting anyone from signing in if they are unable to present mandatory items of PPE.

* Providing safety briefings to everyone signing in.

* Fatigue Management of the workforce by ensuring track staff adhere to Network Rail rules.

* Communicate with site management to update progress.

* Issue and record PPE and other equipment.

* Complete onsite risk assessments of the welfare conditions.

* Record safety-critical information (Accidents, Incidents & Close Calls)

If this sounds like something of interest and you would like to know more, then please get in touch with our team to discuss

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