Environmental Health Officer
- Job Reference: 00033424-1
- Date Posted: 5 January 2021
- Recruiter: CV-Library
- Location: Epsom, Surrey
- Salary: £40.50 Per Hour
- Sector: Government & Defence, Healthcare & Medical, HSE, Covid-19
- Job Type: Temporary
MMP Consultancy are working with an organisation based in Epsom who are looking to recruit a Environmental Health Officer on a temporary basis.
Provide proactive advice to businesses, the voluntary sector and duty holders on implementation of COVID-19 control measures in workplaces; and where deficiencies are found, secure compliance using an escalating scale of advice and enforcement in accordance with relevant legal powers where appropriate.
Provide advice, support and training on COVID-19 risk assessments to businesses, voluntary sector and duty holders of workplaces, as appropriate
Develop and share COVID-19 policies, programmes, documentation, information and communications to provide a consistent approach across Surrey.
Review un-licensed events COVID-19 risk assessments and proposed control measures to determine appropriateness of events and monitor the effective implementation of these control measures. This may include events brought to the attention of Environmental Health teams via Safety Advisory Groups (SAGs) or other routes.
Review premises licences and temporary event notices relating to venues proposing to carry on public entertainment and/or alcohol service, to determine appropriateness of COVID-19 risk assessments and proposed control measures and monitor effective implementation of these control measures.
Where vulnerable individuals are identified, to ensure they are brought to the attention of the necessary authorities and are receiving adequate support.
Work with landlords and tenants of dwellings where social distancing is difficult such as houses in multiple occupation, to advise and enforce COVID-19 control measures where appropriate.
Occasional evening and weekend work
Respond to complaints and intelligence concerning non-compliance with COVID-19 regulations and government guidance.
Provide training or information to local teams as part of the response to any outbreak, as necessary