Control and Instrumentation Engineer
As an engineer in a major hazard industry, you know all too well that electrical standards are the difference between life and death. That’s partly down to your degree-level engineering knowledge of electrical equipment in explosive atmospheres, and partly because of your ability to analyse a situation and make a clear decision under pressure. It’s also the precise reason why you’ll be such a natural fit in the Chemicals, Explosives and Microbiological Hazards Division of the Health and Safety Executive. Working to protect the wellbeing of the nation by addressing major accident hazards and installations in oil refineries, oil and gas storage, chemical production and nuclear sites, you’ll ensure large organisations are maintaining their safety standards – and you’ll take action against those who aren’t.
So if you’re a member of a relevant professional Institution – or you’re willing to join one – and you also have good cybersecurity awareness, then consider a role where you’ll secure the future safety of these crucial industries and the people working in and near them.
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