Location: Onne, Nigeria
Profession: Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE)
Employment Level: 5 Management Level (Exp. professional, broad responsibility, direct reports)
FMC Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: FTI) is a leading global provider of technology solutions for the energy industry. Named by Forbes® Magazine as one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies in 2013, the Company has approximately 19,500 employees and operates 30 production facilities in 17 countries. FMC Technologies designs, manufactures and services technologically sophisticated systems and products such as subsea production and processing systems, surface wellhead systems, high pressure fluid control equipment, measurement solutions, and marine loading systems for the oil and gas industry.
ONNE, Rivers State
Creates a proactive Health Safety and Environmental culture by directing and assisting with the implementing, maintaining, and monitoring of core HS&E programs/issues.
Accountable for the safety and health of all employees, and for the care to the environment.
Organise, Manage, and Develop team members to improve skill levels for managing HS&E initiatives.
Provide direction and assistance with all aspects of the HSE program and processes.
Create an Environment where all Owners and Operators of any process understand:
No shortcuts or deviation from procedure/process are accepted or tolerated
Operators are comfortable to stop the job and speak to Supervisor for clarity of adding input through participate in Base Management Meeting
Support Project Quality by attending Customer Project Monthly HSE meetings on request
Organise and supply HSE SME input to incident investigations, RCAs, and corrective actions
Compile data, evaluate statistics, and present improvement proposals for management, provide HSE
monthly reporting.the activity
Employees are expected to remove risk prior to starting an activity
Focus on front end Prevention and elimination of risk
Through Collaboration with Management and Peer Leaders, develop keen focus on trends, front end
Prevention of Risk, and ensure strong competency requirements are robustly implemented
Organise, Lead, Monitor, and Develop HSE Dept Team members
Implement, maintain, and monitor HSE Management System and associated programs.
Through collaboration with Functional Leaders (Peers) enforce all expectations and requirements.
Deliver activities in compliance with OSHA and Legislative requirements, and TechnipFMC
Corporate requirements and HSE Management System, including environmental compliance.
Ensure environmental permits are current, manage hazardous waste disposal, and maintain HSE
Ensure the Industrial Hygiene and HSE Activity plans are current and documented for each site.
Be familiar with worker’s compensation and third party medical case management programs.
Drive activities which deliver Country and HSE Objectives, measure and report same, and take
appropriate preventive or corrective action to address trends illustrating high risk
Provide input to HSE sections for customer quotations and tenders, related to local services.
Deploy scheduled Local and Corporate HSE training, including but not limited to reporting systems,
risk mitigation and management, contingency planning, management of change
Deliver the annual HSE Audit and Activity program, on time. Support Supplier audits with qualified
input from the HSE group Ensure audit and site inspection findings close appropriately and on time.
Create an environment where observations are addressed ‘on-the-spot’ where possible.
Lead monthly Management HSE meeting – Charter/Agenda deliver value-adding contribution
BS/HND in engineering or equivalent work experience.
10 years’ relevant work experience with 5 or more years of supervisory or managerial experience. Experience in manufacturing environment including machining, fabrication, welding, assembly, electrical and pressure testing, and material handling.
Working knowledge of TechnipFMC HSE procedures is preferred.
Knowledge of OHSA rules and regulations and experience in Governmental Regulations, Investigations, Audits, and legal reporting compliance is required.
HAZWOPER certification dealing with dangerous chemicals preferred.
Excellent written and oral communication skills, and ability to intervene in a preventive manner is required.
Experience of organising, coaching, and developing HSE team is required
Management of Auditing, Process Verification, and problem solving through collaboration is required.
Experience in the deployment of Training programs is required.
Strong interpersonal skills and computer literacy is required, with experience MS Office Suite
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