To provide highly visible site presence and guidance, advice and support regarding all aspects of Health, Safety and Environmental management of operating the platform offshore.
Perform duties for permit coordination to support the Control of work process.
Act as platform Radiation Protection Supervisor (RPS) focal point.
Provide advice regarding all aspects of HS&E in connection with the operation of asset, including all decommissioning activities, maintenance, drilling, wells services and pipeline operations.
Ensure compliance with legislation, policies, guidance and best practice is established as the basis of all advice.
Take a proactive role in the provision of timely advice and guidance.
Interface with well operator and pipeline operator regarding drilling and well services activities on assets, with particular focus on the Plug and Abandonment (P&A) phase of Cessation of Production (COP).
Support the HS&E Team Leader with communications and interface with the Health and Safety Executive and BEIS.
Track offshore HS&E legislative commitments, proactively supporting close out by line managers.
Provide support in building a culture of personal accountability where safe behaviours are reinforced, and at-risk behaviours are challenged constructively.
Interface with subcontractors to ensure that HS&E standards are acceptable and correctly interfaced, and clearly communicate the requirements of the Operator.
Support and implement agreed HS&E improvement projects assigned to the position, as part of the annual HS&E Improvement Plan.
Manage HS&E performance and information regarding vendors and external consultants supporting improvement projects for the asset.
Take an active role in supporting and advising with HS&E input into risk assessments and Management of Change processes.
Interface with the Technical Safety TA regarding the Safety Case, ORA deviations and management of major accident hazards.
Interface with Verification engineering regarding the Verification scheme, and interface with the ICP to support the understanding of Major Accident Hazards.
Proactively interface with the engineering and construction service provider, ensuring expectations are communicated in a positive manner.
Review where possible, prior to the Permit Meeting WCCs, to ensure all the appropriate mechanical/ process/ electrical hazards and controls have been identified for that task.
Chair daily Permit Meetings.
Ensure that the appropriate level of risk assessment has been carried out for the task i.e. Level 1 or Level 2 RA.
Ensure that all documentation associated with the WCC-Permit is attached; including but not limited to: Isolation Control Certificates, marked up drawings or P&IDs, COSHH, Manual Handling Certificate and electrical safety documents (Electrical Permit to Work, Sanction for Test, Limitation of Access).
Ensure that worksite inspections are carried out before, during and after the completion of each task (some of this may be delegated).
Validate lessons and audits.
Be the installation/site focal point for the ISSOW system.
Advise and train other personnel on the installation/site to ensure a greater awareness and safer operation of the system.
Manage the paper-based back-up system in the unlikely event of a system failure.
Maintain data reporting and performance tracking for operations, including generation of monthly reports.
Act as the custodian for HS&E performance data for the asset.
Offshore Platform Radiation Protection Supervisor (RPS) focal point.
Offshore Environmental Focal Point including waste disposal.
Offshore Water Management Focal Point.
Offshore Working at Height Focal Point.
Offshore Manual Handling Focal Point.
Offshore COSHH Focal Point.
Offshore Asbestos Focal Point.
Seek to identify and promote enhancements to HS&E procedures and controls.
Take part in accident and incident investigations, providing direct HS&E support to incident team leaders and ensuring compliance with the incident investigation procedure.
Support the platform incident management team during any platform change of status.
Assist in the training program for the ERT team.
Qualifications & Experience:
The job holder must have:
Formal HSE qualification - NEBOSH Cert (or equivalent) as a minimum.
Experience of the listed responsibilities gained in the UK offshore oil & gas industry, some of which has been acquired at the same or a similar level.
Familiarity with standards and codes applicable to HS&E.
Training in ISSOW and administration rights.
To apply for this role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan heads up the Infinity Resources business unit. Over 18 years of technical recruitment experience, supplying technical resourcing support to major oil and gas operators, epc's and service companies.
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