HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE

Seashore OffshorePort Harcourt
Role: The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is a key senior management role of the organization, as it is his/ her responsibility to ensure a continued process of improvement in the standards of Quality, Health, Safety and Environment policies of SOCC.

Seashore offshore contracting company’s main operational objective is to prevent incidents and accidents, thereby take health and safety very seriously within the workplace and that of the managed vessels, so the HSE is to provide a very important service to the requirement of the group conglomerates. This role would ideally suit an individual of distinctive character who is eloquent and has a genuine interest in the workplace environment.

He/ she will be required to devise the company’s QA&HSE plan and ensure its implementation, and may also be required to attend regional and international meetings to exchange ideas and best practice with fellow QHSE Superintendents, managers and advisors within the maritime, oil and gas sector.

Reporting to: Executive Director, Fleet O & M

Staff reporting: Port Captain, QA Compliance Officer, Duty Security Manager

Responsibilities: Attaining and maintaining the prospective third-party certification for the corporate business management systems in meeting the requirements of the company standards where applicable (as practicable), issue fleet safety alert bulletins regarding major issues relating to marine non-compliance and incidents.

To provide and perform independent review of the group’s risk management process at board and business stream levels, to provide QA&HSE resource for corporate offices and activities and pre-contract support to proposed projects.

To provide direction and guidance to the management team and employees on QA&HSE issues within the fleet management, maintain and regularly review all related documentation in line with legal requirements, and also required to issue health and safety ( fleet H & S) bulletins, updates and ensure documentation is easily available to all fleet personnel, as well as providing health and safety training as and when required.

As the company Alternate DPA (Alt.DPA), often has to work under pressure and so it is important that he/ she is someone who can remain cool and calm and technically support colleagues and fleet management staff at difficult times with demonstrated ability to problem solving, interpret complex contingency issues and motivate others to work to the best of their ability is essential.

Ability to review and help to develop Quality Assurance, Marine Environment, fleet Health & Safety competence standards and individual competence across the group conglomerates, monitor changes to legislation and assess impact on the corporate business.

As the Lead Internal ISM auditor of the fleet management, review and analyses data from audits, accident investigations, near misses, concessions, defect reports and client complaints to identify adverse trends and implement preventive action as well as, identifying and facilitating continuous improvement opportunities and monitor progress by preparing quarterly reports for the Executive board.

Office: Operations

Qualifications: At least five years experience of developing and maintaining management systems for quality, health, safety and environment, An ISM internal lead auditor qualification, Chartered Membership of the Institute of occupational health and safety (with Minimum NEBOSH Diploma) and at least one other professional Institute (CQI and/ or IEMA preferred) with maritime or engineering related degree is essential.
If you consider yourself qualified, please send your CV with a brief covering letter about your competency to shorejobs@seashoreoffshore.com

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