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Health & Safety Advisor - Barrow Island

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Barrow Island
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 20/07/2015
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The Company:
Our Client is an International Oil and Gas Operator involved in 2 of Australia's largest LNG Projects based in Western Australia. Spending more than 20 years building a culture of safety and environmental stewardship that strives to achieve world-class performance, our client places the highest of priority on developing a strong safety focused culture.

The Role:
The H&S Advisor is a specialist member of the BWI HES team and must possess the HES skills to work closely with the Contractor HES team to ensure project HES requirements are delivered and superior HES performance is attained. The HES Advisor works in an integrated HES role alongside the Contractor HES team. The key challenge is to develop, coach and mentor contractor HES teams to attain superior HES performance.

This position is based on BWI on a field rotation, currently 28/28 day roster. The position will be committed to and champion the development and implementation of a safe working environment for everyone on the project and the continuing establishment of an incident and injury free culture. The position maybe required to work night shift as required by the line supervisor. Work reasonable extended work hours in addition to normal working hours as required by line supervisor (this will be by exception only).

This position will if required undertake emergency management functions for both LNG Muster and Cyclone, such as Shelter in Place warden, Cluster warden or Muster Warden.

Key Job Responsibilities
• Liaise with and monitor work activities and verify HES standards are being adhered to. Undertake work activities as directed by H&S Supervisor Construction. Provide Subject Matter Expertise on areas of HES
• Undertake HES inspections of equipment and work areas with participation with line management
• Provide coaching / mentoring to contractor / Project / Operations line management and personnel on HES requirements
• Work with Regulatory Compliance Advisor to ensure compliance with System Verifications, Fatality Prevention LPI’s, and various levels of audits specific to the work scope
• Participate and promote the BBS program, by performing observations such as TSTO’s or similar
• Participate in incident investigations as directed by line supervisor
• Compile safety bulletins and other reports as necessary
• Provide collaborative advise on technical solutions within area of competence
• Attended progress and planning meetings for area of responsibility
• Attend specialist training as directed by line supervisor to be able to advise and perform specialist duties, such as Mercury management, Radiation Safety Officer etc.
• Chair as required Community of Practice meetings

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a HSE Co-coordinator/Advisor
• Cert/Diploma in Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental (or equivalent)
• The ability to build successful relationships and trust when working in a challenging environment.
• Effective communication, coaching and mentoring skills.
• Major project or heavy industry sector experience (Construction / process plant preference)
• Experience with managing multiple contractors i.e. mechanical and/or electrical
• Desirable - Oil/gas construction, commissioning industry experience
• Desirable - experience in working or leading team of HES professionals

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
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