Skills: Environmental, Safety & Training, HSE Manager / Advisor, Safety Training Rep
Experience: 10 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
No location/work authorization restrictions found.
The primary duty of the Operations Integrity Advisor (OIA) position is to keep all personnel safe and ensure operational and procedural discipline. The OI Advisor position is responsible for adherence to company HSE policies and procedures. The OI Advisor is responsible for conducting HSE inspections and audits, ensuring that the company is in compliance with all safety and environmental regulations. The OI Advisor also maintains safety/training records and updates training matrix to ensure that personnel training requirement are current. The OI Advisor takes total ownership of all safety related duties and responsibilities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provide visible leadership with a Total Ownership attitude. Owns safety standards.
- Enforce, clarify, and follow Company Safety policies, standards, and procedures.
- Liaises with onsite leadership and management to create HSE goals, priorities and key performance measures.
- Monitor the effectiveness and quality of HSE programs in achieving Company goals objectives and standards; provide summaries of program effectiveness and maturity.
- Analyze and interpret HSE periodicals, journals, technical procedures and regulations.
- Provide guidance and training to personnel on HSE systems, programs, and incident reporting/investigation procedures.
- Conduct audits of Company operations as required, supporting applicable HSE legislation and standards for compliance of Company policies.
- Track and report incidents, near misses, spills and release (including contractors) to Management, and company HSE on a quarterly basis or upon request.
- Ensure Authorized To Operate (ATO) and Approved Competent Operator (ACO) are applied and followed.
- Comply with platform emergency response plan or station bills during emergencies and/or drills.
- Implement routine rig site surveys, safety evaluations and hazard identification excursions (Hazard hunts).
- Manage Permit to Work activities, including JSA's, Work Safe Procedures, risk assessments and isolations as required.
- Manage lifting register to verify valid certifications and monitor lifting gear to ensure items are always in good condition.
- Monitor and maintain adequate safety equipment, i.e. personal protective equipment, safety belts, harnesses etc.
- Schedule audits and inspections of Company's facilities, rig surveys and operational support locations.
- Review audit and inspection reports; monitor completion of corrective actions and After Action Review (AAR).
- Track non-conformance results from audits; analyze causes, determine and recommend corrective process until conformance compliance.
- Lead and participate in risk management and HSE activities including risk assessments, audits, HSE Meetings and forums including on-site activities, i.e., Pre-tour, pre-job, weekly safety meetings.
- Conduct orientations for new and existing employees.
- Monitor work sites and operations to ensure that a safety culture exists, encouraging employees to take total ownership and be accountable and responsible for their health and safety.
- Support and monitor Authorized to Operate (ATO) and Approved Competent Operator (ACO) system for assessing competence in job knowledge and skill requirements.
- Prepares technical reports as requested.
- Promote operational excellence through procedural discipline.
- Responsible for morale and order within crew.
- Perform additional duties, responsibilities, and special projects as may be directed.
- Must be committed to a high standard of safety and be willing and able to comply with all safety laws, regulations and company's safety policies and procedures.
- Provide visible leadership engagement, be aware of housekeeping and take additional safety precautions to ensure no one is put at risk.
- Ensure that personal behaviors and work practices are in line with Company safety standards.
- Responsible for safety of self and others in the vicinity to include, but not limited to, employees, vendors and guests.
- Must participate and promote the use of Stop Work Authority (SWA).
- Must participate and promote behavioral based safety program (such as: STOP or COACH card programs).
- Must actively participate in the various meetings held onsite/onboard (such as: induction meeting, pre- shift meeting, weekly safety meeting, risk assessment/pre-job meetings, etc.).
- Must plan, execute and participate in regularly scheduled safety drills (such as: well control, fire, man over board, etc.).
- Must participate in the processes of creating and revising Work safe procedures as required, including after action review (AAR).
- Must participate and promote dropped object prevention program, including red zone/exclusion zone management.
- Ensure all incidents are reported and appropriately investigated in accordance with Company policies.
- Does not take short cuts or unnecessary risks and actively work with others to ensure they take due care and do not put themselves or others at risk.
- Must remain calm in emergency situations to ensure the safety of the crew.
- As needed, seek advice from SHE Lead's and QHSE Manager.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or abilities expected for this position.
- Must understand, interpret and implement applicable regulations within regulatory jurisdiction.
- Must be able to understand and work mathematical equations.
- Must have the capacity to work effectively under pressure in ambiguous and complex situations.
- Able to work independently with multiple people at many levels and work as part of a team.
- Must possess a professional relationship and interpersonal skills with strong customer service attitude.
- Must have excellent time management skills to prioritize and manage multiple requests from various parties.
- Must be able to problem solve.
- Must be a self-motivator and work without close supervision.
- Must be able to prioritize jobs and work under tight time constraints.
- Must have excellent computer skill to include all MS Office products.
- Must have good written and verbal communication skills and able to effectively communicate in English with staff, management, customers and vendors.
Education, experience, and certifications:
- Diploma or degree in Occupational Health and Safety from a recognized post-secondary institution preferred.
- Should have at least 10 years of work experience in safety, oilfield preferred
- Must be able to obtain appropriate Offshore certifications
- Basic Survival Training (BST)
- Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
- Installation Safety Induction
- Regulatory Awareness
- Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
- Radiation Safety Officer
- Recognized Auditor Training preferred.
- Incident Investigation Training preferred.
- Root cause analysis experience preferred.
- SHE/HSE certification preferred.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS FOR DUTY
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform essential functions of this job. The employee will be required to meet all standards required for safe operations, including but not limited to the standards set forth in the Canadian
Association of Petroleum Producers Atlantic Canada Medical Assessment for Fitness to Work Offshore as well as any other standards set forth by regulatory bodies having jurisdiction over the operations.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk and use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently is required to walk, stoop, kneel, carry, push/pull and use repetitive wrist and hand movements. The employee
may be required to lift and/or move objects of up to 100 pounds. The employee must be able to tolerate continuous vibrations and elevated noise levels as well as tolerate wearing personal protective equipment, including but not limited to hard hat, steel toed safety shoes, hearing protection, respirators, safety glasses, goggles and full body harness. The employee must stay mentally alert for entire regular shift and must have the ability of simultaneously rapid mental
Parker Drilling provides equal opportunity for all people and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, marital status, national origin, citizenship status, disability, genetic information, military service, veteran's status or
any other characteristic protected by applicable law. If an applicant has a disability, the applicant may request accommodations when needed to enable that person to perform their essential job functions or to allow that person to participate in employment.
This position will be located offshore Newfoundland and Labrador on the Hibernia platform and is subject to extreme temperatures and environments. Travel to and from the work location may require extended layovers in unfamiliar locations by helicopter or boat. Potential for exposure to temperature changes, wetness, confined spaces, chemicals, grease and oil are possible. Working with ladder and scaffolds and climbing to heights of 200 feet while carrying tools is possible. Parker Drilling will supply adequate training and equipment to meet the requirements pertaining to the job. Employee must be able to work a minimum of 12 hours per day, 21 days on and 21 days off. This position may also require an employee to work for short periods of time onshore at the Parker Drilling Canada office. When assigned onshore, employee must be able to work a minimum of 40 hours
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