HSE: Salary, Job Description, How To Become One, and Job Types

HSE Engineer

Nuclear Quality

Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) are fundamental to everything the nuclear industry does. Therefore, the industry has taken an uncompromising approach to HSE and requires a number of key certifications and accreditations.

The industry and its organisations have a commitment to delivering outstanding performance in safety, in particular; Personal safety and welfare, Process safety, Nuclear safety and Environmental safety.

Salary: xxxxx per year

Job Satisfaction: Very High

Transferability: Very High

Education: Degree 

Job Growth: High

Personality: xxxx

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Average Salary
2. Starting Salary
3. Salary Rank
4. Salary Range
5. Highest Paying
6. Related Careers

Average Salary

Average Salary

$56,000 (£40,000)

Average Hourly Rate

$42.25 (£30.00)

One of the most popular questions we get from our readers here is how much do HSE Engineers make per year and their hourly wage.

The average is around £40,000 (typically between £30,000 and £65,000) with a top earners bringing home above £110,000 per year. 

Starting Salary

Entry Level Salary

$28,000 (£20,000)

Entry Level Hourly Rate

NA

Entry-level HSE Workers, with little to no experience, can expect to make between $21,000 and $28,000 per year.

Just like any other job, the salary of a HSE Manager will increase as they become more experienced.

Salary Rank

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Highest Paid

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