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HES Specialist

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Louisiana - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 07/01/2013
  • Time left:
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    (14/01/13)
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The Role:
Contract: 6+ Months
Locations Onshore and Offshore: Houma/New Iberia, LA area and Offshore in the Gulf of Mexico on a Pipeline Installation/Construction Vessel
Objective: HES Specialist will provide HES representation and support to the project team during the construction of a 130-mile subsea pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico
Requirements: Candidate must have a valid passport, HUET Training, TWIC ID Card, ability to pass random drug testing, and for the offshore positions the candidate must have a current medical release to work offshore
Project Information:
The candidate will serve as a HES Specialist during the installation/construction campaign.
Offshore Living Conditions: Consists of living onboard a construction vessel, with up to 700 people (multiple nationalities), working on a rotational basis, the candidate will participate in the safety leadership team meetings, perform safety inspections/audits, use stop work authority, be able to present training material at meetings, write reports, communicate opportunities for improvement, help the team accomplish safety goals, and ensure safety execution is per the plan.
Shift Work: The candidate must be able to work a rotational shift. Be able to interact with many different nationalities.
Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
• Provide HES Support On-Shore and Off-Shore (fabrication sites, ROV vessels and construction/installation vessel)
• Be able to work on a rotational basis
• Engage and help field staff in developing Job Safety Analyses (JSAs) and help identify and mitigate risks at the work locations
• Be able to speak up regarding safety and utilize stop work authority
• Provide training to field staff onshore and offshore (audiences of 40+)
• Perform safety inspections and provide written inspection documents to the HES department
• Identify and document near miss and hazardous conditions at the work locations
• Support construction team efforts and ensure activities are performed safety
• Act as a company representative at the work locations
• Perform as a team player to help the team accomplish safety goals and support a healthy safety culture among multiple nationalities.
• Candidate will help the team plan, integrate contractor team with the team as one, and evaluate safety aspects of the field location, vessel, local procedures and project procedures. Report to the HES Lead/Advisor on safety activities, metrics, near misses, incidents and be available to participate in root cause analysis of incidents.
• Candidate must be able to communicate to all levels of management about risk, safety, construction risk elements, mitigation measures, and help implement an incident and injury free (IIF) culture and showing a care and concern for others.
• Candidate must be able to identify and have the ability to stop work when necessary.
Required Qualifications:
• Offshore construction experience on installation type vessels is required.
• Must have a valid passport, TWIC card and HUET training certification.
• Must have a valid medical release to work offshore and pass random drug screenings.
• 3-5 years experience working offshore in a safety role preferably on construction vessels with multiple nationalities.
• 3-5 year oil and gas related field experience
• Experienced and proficient in delivering training to all organization levels using an interpreter for many languages.
• Strong understanding of safety and risk with an ability to communicate that to the work force
• Able to read/comprehend company policy/requirements and ensure the work force are complying
• Know OSHA, marine safety, IH requirements, PPE usage and requirements, risk mitigation techniques
• Candidate must have a working knowledge of Safety Culture, OSHA safety requirements, marine safety requirements, understand and be able to perform Contractor Health Environment Safety (CHESM) inspections, and have the ability to review contractors’ standard operating procedures and project plans and identify critical information that could impact the project.
• Strong communication and computer skills, including expertise in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access
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