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Safety Leader

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 11/07/2014
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The Company:
Our Client is one of the world's largest Oil and Gas companies. Their operations cover the entire energy chain, including oil exploration and production to trading, shipping and refining and marketing of petroleum products, as well as chemicals. Our Client has operations in over 130 countries and has more than 95,000 employees worldwide.

The Role:
•To ensure that SHE activities in support of the Development meet the standards required by TEP UK, and regulatory authorities
•To provide leadership in the project on all SHE matters
•To assist all members of the project team to discharge their responsibilities for SHE
•To co-ordinate the activities of the Project SHE department.

•In consultation with TEP UK SHE Management, develop the SHE policy and philosophy for the project in accordance with established policies and procedures
•Evaluate risks at the appropriate level and take considered and measured risks only
•To monitor the application of the policy, philosophy and Total Golden Rules
•To determine and monitor the SHE KPIs for the project and propose corrective actions for any that are not on target including the safety training objective for the project
•To assist in the deployment of that adequate resources are available to carry out necessary SHE activities on the project by monitoring the rotas and project plans for vessel mobilisation
•To support the Project Director with the relationship of partners and stakeholders on SHE issues, including input to preparation of meetings and presentation.
•Create the annual SHE plan and other related SHE programmes for the project and monitor its delivery
•Embed Maestro in the project by developing a strategy, working with others in the management of the project and preparing for the PMR audits by PJC/MSo group of Total Group
•Supervise the activities of the SHE resource to ensure the delivery of all necessary consents, permits and official documents.
•Develop emergency response documentation, training, duty rotas and coordinate emergency response with the Corporate SE team and SGP Terminal manager
•Ensure that there are sufficient RSES trained personnel for offshore activities
•Undertake incident investigations monitor Stream output and develop any necessary reviews, programmes or other activities based on its output in coordination with Corporate SE if appropriate.
•Develop and monitor the health plan for the project and ensure medical and hygiene issues are incorporated in all activities.
•Act as Chair of the REX+ committee and Secretary to the L1 and L2 SHE Committees

Personal SHE responsibilities:
•Support and enforce the SHE Project plan, objectives and directives
•Support and implement the Project SHE management system (plans, procedures and specifications) in line with Maestro and the Project CMS
•Attend SHE meetings and training when required
•To provide advice and recommendations to the Project management, personnel and sub-contracted entities
•Initiation and co-ordination of Project HSE tools including SHE plans / studies / management systems, etc
•Liaison with the Affiliate HSE Manager and PJC SHE functions.
•To audit and review project activities with regard to SHE issues

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
•Degree or proven Competency in a related discipline, e.g. Safety Management, Reliability Engineering etc. with additional competencies in Safety, Health & Environment activities
•Degree in a relevant Science or Engineering discipline preferred
•Previous experience gained working in the petrochemical industry
•Proven track record having preferably worked in a similar role as Project SHE Manager or site HSE manager
•Good knowledge of Safety, Health and the Environment legislation, sufficient to offer advice without reference, and be able to offer detailed advice through reference to documentation
•Experience of participation in Safety, Health and Environment audits, technical safety reviews, incident investigation and emergency response, crisis management
•Membership of an appropriate professional body.

SHE training required
•CSCS card or equivalent
•Oil spill response to level 3
•Trained to level of RSES within 12 months of joining if not done already
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