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Health, Safety and Environment Coordinator

Port Moresby

Full Time

26/02/2020

11/03/2020

Currently Not Accepting Applications

Job reference: KP200226024

To ensure that HSE Processes are being adhered to in accordance with client, industry and legislated standard for Health, Safety and Environment.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Work closely with the Project Team on implementation of project to enhance the management of personnel health and safety, (employees, contractors and the public) that is critical to continuous improvement in HSE performance.
  • Liaise with the Manager Exploration and Production on core team resource requirements (people, major equipment, etc) for follow up and implementation at senior management level
  • Verify that all project personnel are fully conversant with the specific HSE Project Execution Plan, including related HSE instructions, Environmental and Sustainable Development Commitments
  • Continuously monitor the work environment, especially for work performed under specific Permit to Work requirements
  • Communicates appropriate HSE related information on an accurate and timely basis to the work force
  • Participates in regular HSE meetings with contractors and related interested parties with the view to discuss HSE concerns and actions common to all
  • Encourage overall hazard identification and reporting as well as immediate reporting of all incidents and Near Miss incidents by all site personnel
  • Ensure contractors coordinate appropriate orientation or training for personnel commencing employment in compliance with specific HSE Project Execution Plans
  • In conjunction with project contractors, ensure the display and dissemination of HSE material suitable for construction toolbox topics or other project meetings
  • Maintain positive relationships with outside stakeholders to ensure expectations are met in areas of loss control, environmental performance and quality standards.
  • Provide ongoing leadership, coaching, and key point tipping service to all Major Project personnel in safety and loss control techniques, while being visible, approachable and available to all levels, with the objective of improving our efficiency and minimizing our losses.
  • In conjunction with project management and/or project contractors, coordinate thorough investigation of all incidents and coordinate audits
  • Manage and record HSE deliverables accurately
  • Organizes and issues daily/monthly HSE reports as required
  • Provide advice on accident prevention and required training programs for work force
  • Stay up-to-date on the Contractor HSE training Matrix

Qualifications/Experience/Skills:

  • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline. Certificate in Occupational Health, Safety and Environment from a recognised institution is an advantage.
  • In-depth knowledge of national Health, Safety and Environmental regulations
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in operating HSE Management Systems and processes
  • Minimum 4 years’ experience in Safety Training
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in Oil and Gas or major construction
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in utilizing of HSE tools and standards
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to analyse and solve problems with results
  • Ability to manage public safety programs effectively
  • Ability to develop, implement and conduct health, safety and environmental training and presentations

 

To express interest for these challenging and rewarding roles, please send through your application including current CV to: KPHL Recruitment on Email:  recruitment@kumulpetroleum.com

Please note that only the shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Applications for these positions close at 5:00 pm, 11 March 2020

“KPHL is an Equal Opportunity Employer. KPHL also offers a very competitive remuneration commensurate with experience and qualifications.”

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