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  • Job reference: RMS0111689

Health & Safety Advisor - Developments - II

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Alaska
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 25/06/2012
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (02/07/12)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our client is a leading global oil and gas operating company.

The Role:
RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Agency Safety Advisor supports the Company HS Team and serves as their representative. The Advisors will:
• Coach and influence area leadership’s decisions as they affect the health and safety culture
• Coach and influence area workforce performance as it affects health and safety issues
• Advocate compliance with regulatory and Company health and safety requirements
• Provide accurate safety statistical information and analysis of that information to the workforce
• Identify potential hazards and propose safe work practices to leadership teams
• Provide expertise on hazard identification and risk mitigation processes.
• Provide effective health and safety communication throughout all levels of the workforce
• Work to ensure consistency of approach an application of health and safety programs across operations
• Ensure health and safety systems, policies, procedures and programs used to manage jobs are understood and are utilized by Company and contract personnel
• Assist in the completion of H&S assurance audits and action closure activities
• Participate in the delivery of health and safety training programs
• Assist in conducting area safety meetings and HSSE committee meetings
• Conduct self in accordance with the safety professional’s code of conduct
• Conduct and participate in review, inspections and audits of contractors, their equipment and programs to ensure compliance with Company and Regulatory requirements, as requested
• Assist workforce with accurate and timely incident notifications; entry into Traction; and with the development of effective actions, as necessary
• Within the operating area assist in, and facilitate, incident investigations utilizing the CLC process as appropriate
• Assist with incident management plan activities including implementation, training, response, and liaison with local first responders
• Provide or suggest interventions for H&S performance issues
• Provide applicable support to Emergency Services and Emergency Response
• Ensure Company management is informed of HSE incidents in a timely manner.

Deliverables
• Field safety support for field work activities; including up front planning and Authorization to Proceed activities.
• Perform formal and informal contractor worksite safety, health and environmental inspections.
• Review incident and near miss reports and ensure that contraction management and contractor HSE representatives are aware of relevant s lessons-learned information from these reports and safety bulletins
• Implement safety programs and efforts as directed by the H& S Manager through the Company Safety Team Lead
• Work closely with contractor representatives and their workforce to ensure adherence to HSE plans and manage any HSE interface issues

Any Other Relevant Information
Required pre-placement testing outlined below must be completed and passed:
• Pre- placement medical examinations
• Pre- placement fitness for duty examinations
• Pre-placement drug and alcohol screening
• Further details regarding the above testing can be found in the Company Contract HSE Exhibit.
• Ability to work a 12-hour day/night shift with 1, 2, or 3 weeks on/off rotational schedule.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Experience & Knowledge
Required Qualifications:
To be considered for the role of Field Safety Professional II applicants must have:
• Legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis for anyone other than your current employer.
• A minimum of five years of experience working in a H & S site safety role.
• Experience in risk assessment, job safety analysis, incident investigations, permitting, atmospheric monitoring, root cause analysis.
• Experience working with outside contractors.
• Strong skills with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
• The willingness and ability to work a rotational schedule in an arctic environment.

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
Preferred Qualifications:
In addition to the required qualifications the successful candidate is likely to be able to demonstrate:

• Oil and gas industry experience.
• Construction project experience.
• A Bachelor’s Degree in Safety, Engineering or related discipline or Occupational Health and Safety Technologist or Construction Safety and Health Technologist
• A strong knowledge base of OSHA regulations and demonstrated application
• Demonstrate competency in core safety programs, including: Permit to Work; Energy Isolation; Ground Disturbance; Confined Space Entry; Working at heights; Lifting Operations; Driving Safety; Management of Change
• Working knowledge of Incident Command System.
• Professional Safety Certifications strongly preferred
Skills/Behaviours
• Demonstrate the ability to foster effective teamwork and collaboration
• Demonstrate integration of diverse perspectives
• Identify opportunities for reducing complexity
• Demonstrate ability for c
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