Provide SHES direction, guidance and leadership to NFXP Onshore PMT and CONTRACTOR(s) across all EPC Packages within the assigned area.
Perform oversight of NFXP Onshore Incident Management process to ensure compliance with all Project & RLC requirements, and communicate and verify the competion of incident investigations.
Support PMT SHES teams in all EPC packages in the implementation and verification of the NFXP Onshore Incident Management Plans & Procedures through clear planning, formal communication and interface between all involved parties.
Support the NFXP Onshore EPC CONTRACTOR(s) and to provide expert Incident Management advice and guidance to all PMT and CONTRACTOR Project Area Division Managers, and disciplines during all phases of the Project, to achieve the Mission to protect its people, assets and environment.
Manage the Incident Management elements of the Project SHES Management system, its procedures and programs and ensures the effective and efficient implementation of Incident Management procedures at site in accordance with the requirements stipulated in the Contract SHES Instructions Part 1 to 5.
Key Job Accountabilities :
Supports the NFXP Onshore project in all SHES related disciplines and scope of work but with specific focus on Incident Management.
Shall be flexible and team-orientated. Supports the SHE Manager Shared Resources as the key focal point for the overall project Incident Management activities.
Provides oversight of EPC CONTRACTORS and SUBCONTRACTORS Incident Management related procedures and carries out periodic system audits to ensure compliance with relevant project and RLIC procedures and requirements.
Provides support to PMT SHES team for the incident investigation process and participates in serious investigations (e.g.
high’ or majority’ severity events).
Monitor site SHES programs and safe work practices, and review and evaluate data, information and systems as required, related to findings from incident investigations.
Coordinates with SHES Systems Head in terms of systematic improvement opportunities and possible updates required for the overall SHES Management Systems.
Develops, implements and maintains Incident Management related documentation, and reviews relevant CONTRACTORS and SUBCONTRACTORS documentation, as required.
Maintains an overall Project Incident register with support of relevant EPC package PMTs and identifies concerning incident trends and lessons learned.
Champion on-site incident prevention and reporting awareness with CONTRACTORS and among PMT. Attends Tool-Box Talks and Task Instructions where required, provides coaching and leadership to CONTRACTORS and its SUBCONTRACTORS to ensure Incident Management procedures and systems are fully understood by all.
Provides coaching and mentorship for the PMT SHES personnel to participate incident investigations and to ensure the timely completion of all investigation deliverables including HSE&Q reporting requirements (e.
g. IRS, One-Pager, Safety Alerts, PHL sheets etc.).
Supports the establishment and maintenance of strong safety cultures in line with the and Project vision, mission and values.
Support and promote the project Observation & Intervention program and the Incident and Injury Free (IIF) program.
Liaise with internal / external groups as and when required in coordination with SHES Manager Shared Resources, e.g. QG Major Projects, CONTRACTORS, SUBCONTRACTORS, RLC, etc.
Manage incident related interface with RLC on behalf of CONTRACTOR when required.
Participates in safety meetings as needed, and participates in site safety reviews, walkthroughs, audits, pre-start up safety reviews, SHES assessments.
Provides direct oversight for the Incident Review Committee (IRC) and attends IRC meetings when available. Provides oversight on the EPC Package management and input to the Incident Reporting System (IRS).
Incident Management subject matter expert. Oversees the EPC Package PMT Incident Management process, participates in incident investigations lead by EPC Package PMT personnel and CONTRACTOR(s), helps develop relevant corrective actions and oversees the timely follow-up, implementation and closeout of corrective actions thereof.
Monitors and expedites action items captured in the project Action Tracking Register related to Incidents.
Minimum Requirements :
SHES related NVQ Level 5, NEBOSH National / International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety, or higher (BSc, PgCert, PgDip, MSc).
TapRooT™ Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader, or equivalent.
Minimum of fifteen (15) years industry relevant HSE experience.
International project experience with Tier-1 EPC Contractors or Client, involved in the construction of onshore production facilities (i.
e. greenfield and brownfield work).
Sound knowledge of the project execution process in large-scale project environments (expenditure >
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