Health & Safety jobs are some of the most important in the oil and gas industry. The nature of the business can be very dangerous and workers in this role will responsible for ensuring the safety of sometimes hundreds of people.
Naturally, this means that you’ll be a highly alert individual with a strong eye for detail.
The qualifications that you’ll need for these jobs will vary depending on the type of position you’re looking at. For example, an offshore role as an advisor could require a NEBOSH Certificate/Diploma and ideally an environmental qualification. You’ll need to be confident dealing with those around you and developing relationships.
Does a career in this important and responsible area hold an appeal for you?
Take a look at our health & safety jobs here:
Fife's three major towns are Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline (set to be awarded city status) and Glenrothes. According to the 2012 estimate, Dunfermline is the largest settlement by population, followed by Kirkcaldy then Glenrothes. These towns are well known centres for shipbuilding. Shipbuilding provided employment for 6,300 people(headcount), contributing 0.24% of the total Scottish employment and 8% of the marine economy employment. Scottish shipbuilding accounts for around 23% of turnover and 19% of GVA of total UK output of the industry in 2019.