The HSE manager is responsible for developing safety management policies, coordinating training programs, and investigating workplace incidents. In essence, he develops organizational safety programs.
-Supports the Top Management in the HSE Policy and Guidelines issue.
-Supports the Top Management in the Organization roles and responsibilities definition, for what concerns safety aspects.
-Supports the Top Management in the HSE Management System standard issue.
-Conducts safety audits both internal and external.
-Takes part in accident / incident investigation.
-Carries out analysis of accident / incident statistics, identifying trends and suggesting improvement plans.
Skills & Requirements:
-Bachelor’s Degree in Science/Engineering or equivalent with additional professional qualifications in HSE and Fire & Safety Management Systems.
-12 or above years’ experience in Health, Safety and Environment and Fire Services in hydrocarbon processing plant, of which 6 years should be in a supervisory capacity, 5 years in gas plant or refinery operations.
-Working knowledge in Health, Safety and Environment Management Systems, Environmental Discharges, Incident Command —–System, Incident Investigation by using Tripod Beta Tool, HSE Auditing Techniques, HEMP, Radiological Safety,
Industrial Hygiene, and Gas Dispersion
-Performs Risk Assessment.
-Preparation of Health and Safety documentation for new tenders.
-Provides Safety support and advice, including supervision on preparation of plans and procedures for initial contract start up activities.