RELOCATION IS PROVIDED IF NEEDED
Oversee and provide direction for the following business segment Safety and Health programs:
- Contractor safety ISNetworld
- DOT Transportation - Drivers / Fleet Safety
- Industrial Hygiene
- Emergency Management and Response
- Incident Reporting and Investigations
- Process Safety Management
- Risk Assessments, Hazard Identification, Inspections and Audits
- Safety & Health Training / Trends / Goals / Initiatives
Develop, analyze, and implement goals, ideas, and opportunities that support the continuous improvement of company Safety & Health performance.
Interact with all levels of the organization to ensure identified Safety and Health goals and objectives are met and administered.
Interact with Support Services, Operating and Maintenance personnel to develop Safety and Health training material and programs.
Supervise and guide employees by providing direction and support as required.
Maintain, revise, update and/or prepare Safety and Health policies and procedures as required.
Analyze, review, monitor, and/or prepare reports and information including but not limited to:
- Statistics & trend data
- Metrics including ESH goals
- SHAVR (Safety Health & Vehicle Reports)
- Incident investigation reports
- Safety & Health assessments and/or audits
Regular and reliable attendance is required in performance of job.
Employee may be required to perform additional duties as assigned.
Education and Experience
Bachelors degree in Safety & Health, Engineering preferred, or other related field with previous job related experience or an equivalent combination of formal education and the following job related experience.
Experience and knowledge of Safety & Health laws, regulations, procedures and programs.
Experience with and knowledge related to:
- Oil and natural gas processing operations
- Industrial hygiene
- ESH Management System principles
- Risk Assessment and Process Safety Management
Application of basic math, algebra and statistical formulas.
Experience in use and function of office equipment including computers and applicable software.
Experience reading and interpreting policies, procedures, trend data, reports, safety manuals, correspondence, governmental regulations and industry best practices.
Experience composing, compiling, and preparing reports, policies, procedures and correspondence applicable to position.
Experience interacting, collaborating, advising, and communicating effectively.
Demonstrated ability to lead, direct and/or supervise.
Experience developing information and preparing presentations.
Demonstrated ability in the use and function of environmental, safety & health instrumentation, tools, and equipment.
Demonstrated ability to read and write fluently in English.
Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of management, staff and employees.
Ability to conduct oral presentations as required
Mobility to travel in and around office surroundings and job sites out-of-doors.
Certification and Licensing
Certified Safety Professional (preferred but not required).
Ability to obtain Department of Homeland Security (DHS) clearance (preferred but not required).
Applicable drivers license. Requires travel to company offices and job sites.