Welcome to Attwood Baker

Formed eight years ago, Attwood Baker is proud to be the only HSEQ recruitment consultancy that specialises purely in the Construction industry. This focus is crucial in our expert industry knowledge – Why be broad brush when you can be a specialist?

The other result of our specialisation is to enable us to build and maintain long term relationships with clients and candidates in this very exciting sector. We're here for the long haul.

Our team has over 20 years specialist knowledge in this sector.

So, if you're involved in an HSEQ role in any aspect of the Construction industry - whether that be Civils, Building, Housebuilding, FM, Utilities or M&E, we should talk!

Candidates

Candidates

If you're looking to progress your career in health and safety, you've come to the right place. We try to meet our clients and candidates whenever possible to build up the fullest picture of their exact requirements.

View our Candidates page
Employers

Employers

Whether you wish to register a new role with us, get advice on market conditions or need help with a salary survey, we are here to assist. Visit our Employers page for more information on how to get in touch with us.

View our Employers page

Attwood Baker on your mobile

Our mobile site provides fast, simple access to our website through your phone – so you can keep up to date with our latest jobs while you're on the go. Scan the QR code to access our mobile site on your device.

Latest Jobs

CDMC (long term freelance)

Location: London/SE (London)
View details / apply Salary & benefits: Day rate

Safety Advisor (Construction)

Location: London/SE (Essex / East Anglia)
View details / apply Salary & benefits: To 35k & car

Safety Advisor (Electrical bias)

Location: London/SE (South East)
View details / apply Salary & benefits: To 40K & car

Graduate Safety Advisor

Location: London/SE, West/SW, Scotland, North, Midlands, Wales (Kent)
View details / apply Salary & benefits: To 25K
Email Alerts

Sign up for job alerts

Using our Job Alert service, you'll receive up to date details of any positions as they become available, direct to your email inbox. This service is free, and can be disabled by yourself at anytime.

Sign up for job alerts

What's new at the HSE

HSE Solar panel installer in court after workers’ fall through roof
The owner of a solar panel business has been fined for safety failings after two brothers fell 15ft through a fragile roof that had not been identified as a risk. ...Read more
HSE SW Global Resourcing Limited fined £200,000 (COPFS release)
A Glasgow based company has pled guilty at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court to a breach of the Health and Safety at Work Act which resulted in the death of an employee at the Annick Water Viaduct, Stewarton, Ayrshire, in 2010. ...Read more
HSE Case 315 – Shop bans the return of headphones
A customer who purchased headphones from a high street store was told if the packaging was opened the headphones could not be returned for health and safety reasons....Read more
HSE Timber firm in court after worker’s finger amputated
A Lincolnshire timber company has been fined after an agency worker lost the top of his finger in an unguarded machine. ...Read more

What's new in construction

HSE United House and Bullock Construction merger to create £300m turnover firm
United House is merging with Bullock Construction in preparation for a “major” expansion in its private residential business....Read more
HSE New leaders named for Galliford Try while 70 staff exit after Miller Construction buy
Exclusive: New directors have been appointed to three of Galliford Try’s regional building businesses following its acquisition of Miller Group’s construction arm....Read more
HSE Crane hire firm charged with corporate manslaughter after 2011 driver death
A crane hire company has been charged with corporate manslaughter following the death of a crane driver in a crash....Read more
HSE Infrastructure funding costs could rise in independent Scotland, warns Aviva
Insurance giant Aviva has warned that infrastructure funding could become more expensive in an independent Scotland....Read more