Process Safety Engineer Job in Canada
The Process Safety Engineer is responsible for supporting refinery and chemical plant personnel in process safety risk management.
Examples of specific responsibilities:
- Provide process safety and risk related technical support to Sarnia manufacturing site
- Assist process, design, and process technical personnel in developing risk based solutions
- Manage risk assessment recommendation tracking database and associated stewardship
- Provide process safety and risk management stewardship for site management
- Manage and participate in risk assessments such as HAZOPs and Comprehensive Risk Assessments, and associated follow-up in compliance with corporate, site and regulatory requirements
- Actively participate in safety engineers networks
- Assist in evaluation of critical equipment
- Develop / manage programs to meet regulatory process safety requirements
- Assist / support incident investigations associated with significant events in refinery and/or chemical plant operations
- Maintain a system to steward process safety key performance indicators (KPIs) for each business team
- Participate/ perform process safety audits
- B.Sc. or M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering
- At least 10 years of petrochemical engineering work experience
- Basic knowledge of process design with emphasis on:
- Pressure Relief
- Equipment Layout and Spacing
- Emergency Isolation, Depressurization. S/D systems
- Atmospheric, Pressure and Refrigeration Storage
- Rail, & Truck Loading Facilities
- LPG / LNG
- Basic knowledge of process safety technology and methodologies such as:
- HAZOP training
- Emergency response
- Human factors
- Fire protection technology
- Control of ignition sources
- Incident investigation
- Basic knowledge of Refining/Petrochemical Processes
- Knowledge of Chemical / Refining industries, and associated process and maintenance practices.
- Basic knowledge of federal & provincial safety regulations applicable in the province of Ontario
- Knowledge and experience in the application of OSHA regulations, industry standards and corporate guidance on a variety of safety topics
- Basic understanding of safe operating procedures
- Effective written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to communicate succinctly both orally and in written form
- Ability to communicate and interact with senior management and hourly workforce
- Ability to teach and lead training sessions and meetings
- Capable of creating and working on teams
- Effective at achieving consensus
- Ability to critically evaluate situations and develop recommendations
Start date: August 1, 2019
Location: Sarnia, ON
- A company committed to career growth – we recruit those who are interested in a career with Imperial and prefer to develop and promote people from within. Our career management process means that you will likely perform a number of unique, challenging roles during your career.
- Successful networking and mentoring programs – enables you to spend time with managers from across the organization to learn about other departments and opportunities. Also allows you to connect with peers at a similar experience level.
- Commitment to safety, ethics & continuous improvement – these standards are the reason Imperial is an industry leader. You will work for a company that upholds safety and ethics ideals and continues to seek out ways to improve.
- Exceptional benefits program – includes competitive savings, retirement, and healthcare plans that you can customize to meet your individual needs. A comprehensive relocation package is provided, if required. Educational and physical fitness financial assistance programs round out our benefits package.
- Continuous learning environment – encourages you to augment your skills and capabilities.
- If you are talented, driven, and want to make meaningful contributions that really impact environmental, safety and bottom line objectives, then you owe it to yourself to apply with Imperial.
- Competitive vacation package (the first year is pro-rated based on your hiring date) and one scheduled Friday off per month and five floating days annually for use at your discretion with approval.
Who we are
- We are the 5,000 men and women of Imperial.
- At Imperial, Canada is more than a place to do business. It’s our home.
- For more than a century, we’ve strived to reach our high standards protecting the environment and maintaining operational excellence.
- Imperial employees strive to be preferred developers of Canada’s resources.
- Our continued success will be driven by a commitment to continuously innovate processes, training and technologies along with our ever-present respect for the communities in which we work.
- For applicants selected to be interviewed, pre-employment background screening will be required.
- We thank all those who apply; however, only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.