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HSEQ Manager

  • Job reference: 929387
  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Oil & Gas, HS & E
  • Date posted: 10/01/2020

Our client is currently recruiting for the position of HSEQ Manager based in Aberdeen

Key tasks:
Prepare Technical Queries (TQs) to request support when needed from the corporate OI departments to assist in performing the tasks that are listed below, noting that the TQs will provide a record of all support provided from the corporate OI resources including the manhours;
Perform briefings on OI purpose, principles and implementation to onshore and offshore personnel; Manage the achievement of HSE Focus Areas and KPI's;
Manage asset and/or regional OI rewards scheme;
Perform awareness sessions with onshore personnel on all subjects related to OI, utilising the OI Understanding material;
Perform Workforce Engagement sessions with onshore and offshore personnel;
Develop and maintain HSE induction material for onshore personnel, aligned with the corporate standard and suitable for the regional specifics;
As required, review Management of Change and Deviation Requests;
As part of the Management of Change process facilitate all necessary HAZID and ENVID reviews;
Perform HSE inductions for all new onshore personnel (permanent, temporary and long-term visitors);
Maintain an Asset Risk Register such that all hazards associated with the ongoing operations of the Assets are identified and the risks associated with these hazards are in control;
Identify the need for, and then facilitate, all Formal Safety Assessments and Operational Risk Assessments;
Facilitate the timely closure of all actions resulting from the risk assessments;
Participate in and support Level 2 and 3 investigations as required;
Facilitate timely close-out of corrective actions resulting from all incidents;
Review HSE Alerts and Lessons Learned distributed by corporate OI and the client taking action where necessary;
Monitor trends to seek measures to prevent incidents;
Develop and maintain the Asset Quality Management Plan aligned with the corporate standard;
Perform Quality Assurance activities as per the Asset Quality Management Plan;
Facilitate the timely closure of all actions resulting from the QA activities;
Maintain the Environmental Aspects and Impacts register aligned with the operating conditions of the asset;
Prepare reports according to the Environmental Aspects and Impacts register;
Develop and maintain an HSE Plan to describe the targets for the current period making sure that it is aligned with the OI Management System requirements;
Develop and maintain a Hydrocarbon Release Reduction Plan for each asset, and ensure that the plan is effectively implemented with all necessary corrective actions taken to reduce hydrocarbon releases to ALARP;
Ensure adequate Occupational Health provisions are in place;
Where required performs regular reviews of the Safety Case as per regulatory requirements and performs updates where necessary;
Communicate through the Asset Manager improvement suggestions to the corporate CI department;
Manage Assurance audits and perform Verification audits, both onshore and offshore, to ensure compliance with the OI Management System standards;
Facilitate timely close-out of corrective actions resulting from the Assurance and Verification audits;
Provide the necessary inputs to OI corporate reports that serve to demonstrate performance and compliance in relation to achieving the objectives of OI;
Acts as focal point and liaison for communication to all Regulatory bodies, maintaining Certification and ensuring Regulatory Compliance;
Perform activities to manage the demands of stakeholders such as the client and the regulator;
Maintain the Regulatory Compliance Register as current against the applicable regulations and the operating conditions of the Asset(s);
Through engagement and audit demonstrate that the risks of non-compliance against the regulations are acceptable;
Perform audits as required by Certification requirements, and close-out all resultant actions

Requirements:
Bachelor or Master's Degree in Mechanical, Environmental, Technical, Marine or Process Engineering;
Formal qualifications in health and safety management;
Long relevant experience may replace formal qualifications.
Experience in the offshore FPSO industry;
Procedures and documentation development and review;
Internal and vendor pre qualification auditing.

Permanent position

If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 929387


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