Posted on :
4 Feb, 2011
4 Feb, 2011
The function of the Safety Manager is to ensure Group HSE management system in-country.
He is responsible for coordinating ,for leading and managing the HSE activities and resources.
He is also to assist in promoting and developing a strong safety culture oriented towards continuous improvement and in reinforcing HSE leadership from key staff in the Country. He is to ensure that all personnel adhere and comply with the Group HSEQ Policies and rules.
■Develop and maintain the HSE Plan and any other required HSE documentation covering environmental and health aspects.
■Assist and advise in all matters pertaining to the Health and Safety of the personnel, the Safeguarding of the equipment and the preservation of the environment.
■Staff and co-ordinate the HSE Resources in the Country to ensure that appropriate support is provided to Projects teams and Sites, in coordination with the Regional HSE department.
■Ensure that all Group HSE processes, rules and policies are respected and report to him any deviation.
■Participate to the definition of the Yearly HSE Action Plan (cascaded from the Group and Regional ones) and be responsible for its execution.
■Ensure all required Risk Assessments for the Country are carried out
■Enforce the HSE policies on vessels
■Monitor and ensure compliance with Company statutory health, safety & environmental rules & regulations (ISM, STCW, MARPOL, ISO etc)
■Participate in the inspection of marine vessels to ensure compliance with company standards and contractual obligations
■Review regular reports from vessels on safety meetings to ensure company procedures are being adhered to
■Handle matters related to compliance with HSE requirements of various Regulatory Authorities
■Communicate with Clients and Regulatory Authorities on matters related to HSE requirements and also guide the project teams on such matters
■Ensure all accidents and incidents are recorded, reported and investigated as required and that corrective action is implemented accordingly
■Manage and develop a high performance team, maintaining a positive and proactive working environment that encourages efficient team working
■Take lead in resolving technical problems related to HSE
■Prepare and maintain required HSE statistics and key performance indicators for review and report / update HSE Board accordingly
■Advise and assist personnel with regard of health, safety & environmental management matters for all field of activity performed on vessels
■Maintain up to date and share a set of procedures, work instructions, induction presentations as necessary to promote common practices.
■Perform regular audits and monitor HSE performance to identify areas for improvement, and ensure that appropriate actions are taken. This includes offices, guesthouses, and accommodations.
Qualifications et experience
■Degree in Engineering discipline, or other relevant education / practice.
■Minimum of 5-10 years of experience in HSE on projects and/or sites in the Oil & Gas Industry and in an offshore environment.
■Knowledge of Construction and Fabrication operations (onshore and offshore), HSE Management System and related tools.
■Good command of English, both oral and written. Command in French is of added-value.
■Teamwork and proactive approach.
■Ability to negotiate, share and promote ideas.
■Creativity, autonomy, flexibility, adaptability and rigor.
What is on offer
If your experience, personal characteristics and qualifications meet the position specifications and your personal objectives are to seek such a challenge, then we would like to hear from you with details of your current earnings, up to date CV and explanation as to why your achievements to date fit you for consideration.