Skills: HSE Manager / Advisor
Other Skills: Certified Safety Professiona, CSP, Certified Industrial Hygienist, CIH
Experience: 2 + Years
Education: Tech/Vocational Cert/Apprenticeship
Employment Type: Full Time Contractor
Location: Richmond, CA, US
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CHESM HES Specialist - 154460
This position would report to the HES Contractor Safety Team Lead and would be responsible for supporting the CHESM qualification, Pre-Job, and Work in Progress activities in the field. Responsibilities include ensuring regulatory compliance by identifying, communicating, and reviewing CHESM activities, as well as tracking and, in some cases, implementing approved action items and mitigations within the business units.
Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:
· Provide expert guidance and counseling on safety related issues for day to day business unit activities by participating in safety meetings, audits and training teams.
· Works with Contractor Safety Team Lead on all required CHESM activities to ensure that procedures are current and comply with Cal/OSHA requirements.
· Provide general safety support for field implementation of CHESM Work in Progress activities (M&R, IMPACT/Capital Projects, North Yard, South Yard, D&R/Safety Projects).
· Develop and communicate action items for assigned contractors. This will include submitting action items in OE IMPACT.
· Assist in providing guidance for safety representatives of on-site contractors and contractor line management relative to injury prevention initiatives.
· Ensures local sharing of best practices.
· Provide CHESM assistance on an ongoing basis to operations, maintenance and technical groups.
· Provide guidance on CHESM Field Verifications, Performance Reviews, KPI's, Action Items and Mitigation Plans for new contractors and existing contractors as necessary per the CHESM five component model.
· Review Refinery Indoctrination/Safe Work Practice (RI/SWP) training packages to assure safety compliance.
· Attend and occasionally present safety information at Staff meetings, Contractor Safety Forums, etc.
· Participate/facilitate incident investigations and provide input for corrective actions. Investigation processes may include: Near Miss and Safety Suggestion Green Cards, Triangle of Prevention (TOP), 5-Why, and TapRoot.
· Field Responsibilities: Conducts field audits of safety related systems. Provides feedback to Business Units and Refinery. Follows established programs to help ensure compliance with local, state and federal safety regulations. Coordinate with Contractors to ensure their compliance with safety procedures and guidelines.
· Supports Refinery process by participating in teams and takes a leadership role in preventing injuries.
· Provides safety support for Contract Owners, expert advice on Cal/OSHA requirements and refinery safety rules.
· Business Planning: Reviews and develops safety instructions, safety meeting topics, and safety programs. Interpret federal, state and local laws, regulations and company procedures/refinery instructions. Support the update of refinery instructions. May act as company representative and escort for regulatory inspections and audits.
· Responsible for investigation, analysis, and documentation of incidents using tools outlined in Refinery Instructions.
· Interface with Refinery, local and/or corporate legal counsel to support defense in third party lawsuits. Responsible for sharing lessons learned when appropriate.
· May be assigned by the Contractor Safety Team Lead to respond to citations and requests for variances or other legal action to ensure a consistent and uniform approach to compliance.
· May be assigned by the Contractor Safety Team Lead to generate reports from OE IMPACT for the Business Unit
· Assist in the facilitation of contractor onboarding (IIFI training, Exhibit J, NASAP/LACC, PSM Waiver requests, etc.).
· Assist in preparing Cal/OSHA, Company and other required files and reports.
- Bachelor degree in Occupational Health and Safety or related discipline; and/or 5 years minimum Refinery or Petrochemical plant safe work practice experience or equivalent. Experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.
- Demonstrated knowledge of both Federal and California OSHA regulations.
- Proven ability to effectively communicate (both oral and written) with and influence all levels of business unit employees including senior management.
- Demonstrated understanding of Loss Investigation techniques, such as 5-Why and TapRoot.
- Competency in training, facilitating, and presenting to multi-disciplinary groups.
- Must be a TWIC card holder or able to apply and receive a TWIC card to access certain areas of our facility.
- 2 years Industrial Hygiene field experience
- Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and/or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)
- Demonstrated knowledge of Loss Prevention System (LPS) or Behavioral Based Safety (BBS).
- Field work auditing experience
Cenergy is a global consulting services firm that offers professional staffing, HSE and Logistics solutions to our clients. We strive to help clients achieve business success through responsive customer service and superior results. Our staffing services include contract, direct hire and project recruiting for the oil and gas industry. Our clients include major operators and oilfield services firms, as well as start-up companies worldwide.
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