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  • Job reference: RMS0129813

Thorough Review Coordinator (Safety Case)

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: London and South East - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 07/10/2013
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (14/10/13)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Role:
The Thorough Review Coordinator (Safety Case) is responsible for ensuring the programme of Thorough Reviews is effectively managed so as to satisfy the requirements of the Safety Case Regulations 2005 (SCR2005) and supporting HSE Guidance and good practice.
The Thorough Review Coordinator will be responsible for :

• Developing a schedule for each TRS detailing each activity required to be performed (in accordance with the Safety Case Management Procedure).
• Interfacing with the relevant Performance Standard Owners and Engineers to ensure they action their respective elements of the TRS appropriately. Assist (where possible) in helping the PS Owners understand their role in the TRS and their assessment of PS suitability and ongoing integrity.
• Interface with the client's Safety Engineers to identify a potential improvement in the presentation of MAH Information within the Safety Cases
• Facilitating ALARP Workshop (Onshore) including:
• Updating the Assumptions List for each installation
• Producing a list of plant modifications that have occurred on the installation
• Obtaining the latest QRA for the installation (inc. Worker Group Risk data)
• Identifying the Top 5 Design MAH Risks (and the specific events) for each installation
• Preparing the HAZID Listing Sheets
• Facilitate the Offshore Workforce Involvement Briefings (informing them of work done to date and canvassing ideas of further MAH improvements)
• Undertake a mapping exercise of the Safety Management System to identify those systems, procedures and tools (software) that are ‘critical’ to assuring Safety Critical Elements meet their required level of Performance (as per the Performance Standard). Identify gaps/weaknesses within the Safety Management System and work with the relevant departments to make improvements as necessary. Identify additional KPIs which would be useful to measure in order to determine the health of those Safety Critical Management System Elements.
• Undertake a review of Compliance with Relevant Good Practice (RGP) which has been published since the last TRS (Phase 1)
• Determine the extent of adoption/implementation of RGP within SNSS
• Assist QSSHE Team in progressing compliance with RGP where identified to be a responsibility of the SNSS QSSHE Team
• Undertake a review of the Management and Control of Operational Risk Assessments (ORAs) within SNSS. Determine whether our current practices meet the requirements/spirit of UKOG ORA Guidance and identify further improvements required. Help facilitate the development of an ORA Procedure for SNSS.
• Work with the client's Technical Author to ensure update to the Installation Description of each Safety Case
• Undertake a review of the following 2 leading and lagging indicators to determine whether additional improvements can be made to reduce the potential for MAH events:
• Unplanned Event Reports (UERs)
• Assurance Audits
• Assist Performance Standard Owners / Engineers in understanding ‘Ageing Issues (KP4)’ and determine the extent to which Ageing is being considered/addressed for each of the Safety Critical Elements (as defined by the Performance Standards)
• Contact the Well Examiner to determine whether the Well Examination Scheme is working effectively. Review relevant outputs from meetings/KPIs as appropriate.
• Contact the Independent Verification Body (IVB) to determine whether the Verification Scheme is working effectively. Review relevant outputs from meetings/KPIs as appropriate.
• Prepare a Presentation for client's Management to summarise the output for each TRS and present to SNSS Management, along with QSSHE Team Leader.
• Prepare the TRS Report, sign off with Management Team and submit to HSE
• Maintain a log of issues arising from TRS which require further action.
• Set up the programme for TRS submission post August 2014 and prepare as much documentation in support as possible in order to reduce the workload on the core QSSHE Team.
The QSSHE Team Leader will oversee all aspects of the TRS Submission Programme and ensure timely delivery to the HSE

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Higher technical qualification – preferably process related ; Mandatory*/Optional/ Desirable
-Chartered Engineer - Optional
-10 + years verifiable oil and gas HSE engineering experience- Mandatory*/Optional/ Desirable
-Experience with undertaking / coordinating Safety Case Thorough Reviews for a another operator- Mandatory
-Familiar with the activities involved with upkeeping Offshore Safety Cases - Mandatory
-Has experience in undertaking gap analysis against relevant statutory provisions and/or good practice in the Oil and Gas Industry.

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
-Excellent communication skills
-Microsoft office proficiency
-Ability to deliver to tight deadlines
-Ability to interact with senior management

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