RWM’s vision is to create a safer future by managing radioactive waste effectively, to protect people and the environment.


RWM’s mission is to deliver a Geological Disposal Facility and provide radioactive waste management solutions. As a wholly owned subsidiary of the NDA, RWM’s programmes of work deliver Government Policy, and NDA Strategy, for radioactive waste management.

Role description

As Health & Safety Manager you will champion health and safety across RWM and its supply chain and support the delivery of a positive health and safety culture.

Knowledge, Experience and Skills

  • Ensuring the maintenance, development, and continuous improvement of RWM’s health & safety policies
  • Advise on health and safety requirements and good practice, covering both the day-to-day operations of RWM, as well as the implementation of geological disposal such as community engagement, site characterisation and the construction and operation of a geological disposal facility.
  • Advise on and support RWM’s arrangements for design and construction to ensure that RWM discharges its responsibilities under the Construction Design and Management Regulations.

Essential skills

  • NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent professional qualification
  • Develop and ensure delivery of health and safety induction, training and awareness raising activities to support competence and positive culture of RWM staff and contractors.
  • Experience of investigating the direct and root causes of health and safety incident and near misses to identify recommendations and actions to prevent recurrence.

Desired skills

Your excellent interpersonal and communication skills will contribute to ensuring health and safety in the delivery of projects and programmes.


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About RWM:

RWM’s vision as an organisation is to create a safer future by managing radioactive waste effectively, to protect people and the environment, collaborating with experts on multi-million-pound research programmes and radioactive waste producers to find ways to package it that are suitable for disposal in a Geological Disposal Facility.

Equal Opportunities:

We value the unique differences that each of our colleagues bring to work every day and are committed to creating an environment where everyone feels respected, included and able to perform at their best. At RWM we are committed to creating a workplace that is diverse and inclusive. We value the diversity of our people and actively seek to have a workforce that represents the rich diversity of the communities we support. Currently we are underrepresented in some areas, and would particularly welcome applicants from Women, Black, Asian and Ethnic Minorities, LGBTQ+ and candidates who have a disability.

Disability Confident:

In promoting equal opportunities, RWM welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We select people according to their abilities and our needs. As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet all of the essential criteria for the vacancy. In cases where we have a high volume of disabled candidates who meet all of the essential criteria, RWM will interview the best candidates from within that group.

My colleagues and I have in depth knowledge of the structure, current projects and future projects of organisations in the international nuclear energy industry. We use this information to map out where opportunities exist and then match the experts we represent with the right opportunities. If you are currently working in the nuclear industry then we can offer you advice, support and representation. Please feel free to contact me.

Olivia Mindrila