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  • Job reference: RMS0124464

HSE Safety Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Paris
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 23/05/2013
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The Role:
Assist the Lead Safety Engineer in the organization, management, and control of the Project Safety Engineering and HSE risk analysis activities the Project.
Promote, monitor, supervise, co-ordinate and control necessary Project Safety Engineering activities and to ensure that they are performed in accordance with the Norwegian regulations and with Company Rules, Guidelines and Procedures.
Ensure sufficient management of technical barriers in the project.

To monitor the safety studies at all stages of the Project: Basic engineering, detail design, fabrication and offshore activities.
Ensure the resolution of integrity aspects throughout the project phases, including barrier management
To coordinate safety engineering interfaces between the packages in the project
To advise the project in technical safety and HSE risk analysis matters
To monitor that the Contractors’ safety engineering design is in line with the Project HSE objectives.
To monitor that the results of the safety studies are well implemented into the design and during fabrication

Location: Paris, with possible transfer to Korea in 2014.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Bachelor degree in relevant engineering discipline or equivalent.
Understanding and awareness of risk management techniques e.g. HAZOP, HIRA, HAZID etc.
Good knowledge of international safety legislation, codes and standards.
Professional Experience: 5 – 10 years
Experience in large Projects: 2-5 years. Previous experience in petrochemical/offshore environment preferred
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