Process Safety Engineer Job in United States – Shell
Job Ref: 135852BR
Employment Type: Full Time
Skillpool: Technical Safety Engineering
Work Location: Washington – Puget Sound Ref
No. of Positions: 1
Job Expires: 01-Apr-2020
The focus of this technical support position is to carry out critical process safety activities and programs to ensure the safety of our employees and our communities and to help the site achieve world class safety performance. Each Process Safety Engineer provides direct support to a production team and/or projects and leads a work process area.
This role will facilitate / support the following activities:
- Achieve skill or mastery level competence with the Process Hazard Analysis (PHA), Risk Assessments, and Management of Change (MOC) work processes, gaining mastery level in one of the processes
- Support compliance with Federal, State, and County Process Safety Management (PSM) regulations
- Facilitate Site PHA studies, Layers of Protection analysis (LOPA) and other risk studies
- Support the Site Management of Change program, including the successful execution of change management and assurance monitoring of MOCs
- Become qualified to conduct PHA and LOPA studies and to conduct MOC risk assessments
- Provide Process Safety training to the site
- Provide support as needed to Incident Investigation
- Monitor, track, and report Process Safety Incident data and process metrics
- Key role in the education of the site’s personnel on Process Safety Fundamentals and barrier thinking
- Audit effectiveness of MOC/PHA/risk assessment recommendations and action items
- Share and learn about effective practices by participating with others in similar roles, and by conducting health checks and process effectiveness reviews
The Process Safety Engineer will report to the Process Safety Manager and will be an integral member of the Process Safety Team. The Process Safety Engineer provides consultation to the line organization and mentoring to less experienced engineers and staff on risk analysis, barrier thinking and PSM standards and requirements. The Process Safety Engineer will be part of the discipline – Technical Safety Engineering, and having developed skills in this area have potential opportunities in upstream and downstream assignments in the future if desired. This is also a good developmental assignment for individuals seeking advancement through production roles. By execution of these accountabilities it is expected that the successful candidate will contribute to bringing world class Goal Zero process safety performance to the Puget Sound Refinery.
- Must have legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis for anyone other than current employer.
- Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering is preferred
- Minimum of five (5) years of industrial experience preferably in refineries or other complex continuous process industries
- Experience in process safety programs is required.
- Strong engineering skills with exposure to multiple disciplines desired in order to help challenge ideas and designs.
- Ability to establish rapport with a team and focus them to analyze the process safety hazards of a unit.
- Credibility across entire organization.
- Able to influence change and to promote safety programs
- Ability to interpret Regulations and Programs and help develop fit for purpose solutions to meet requirements.
- Effective communication and influencing of site leadership to address safety weaknesses even when unpopular
- Be capable of providing guidance and coaching to engineers in key Process Safety areas.
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