Company: Transocean
Skills: Safety Officer
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Centro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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QHSE Group
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Job Summary
PRIMARY FUNCTION:
- Assist in the continued development of the HSE culture while actively supporting the safety vision of an incident free workplace, all the time, everywhere.
- This role shall incorporate mentoring, coaching and monitoring the development of personnel though the administration and coordination of installation-based training.

BASIC FUNCTION:
- Assist and coach rig-based personnel in the implementation and understanding of the Company Management System
- Act as installation subject matter expert (SME) for the Company HSE management system and training requirements
- Provide a communication link between QHSE & Training organizations and the offshore workforce
- Assist in the implementation of the company goals and objectives through liaison with QHSE Management
Job Description

REPORTING:
Offshore Installation Manager
Functional report to the Division QHSE Manager

SUPERVISION:
Trainee RSTC as applicable

PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:
- High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated ability of oral and written communications which may be substituted in lieu of formal education
- Work experience on an offshore installation. Consideration shall be given to candidates with QHSE experience in associated industries
- Proficiency in written and spoken English with the ability to communicate effectively with non-English and English speaking crews on issues related to QHSE
- Basic computer skills

Grade I
- Successful completion of the company RSTC assessment and have QHSE Manager's approval

Grade II
- A minimum of 12 months in the position of RSTC I
- Completion of all required training according to the Worldwide Training Matrix
- Recommendation by OIM/Rig Manager and local QHSE Manager supported by recent appraisal

Grade III
- A minimum of 24 months as RSTC II
- Completion of all required training according to the Worldwide Training Matrix
- Recommendation by OIM/Rig Manager and local QHSE Manager supported by recent appraisal
- To be recognized on a succession plan of being capable of promotion above RSTC
- Approved by Division QHSE Manager

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Safety:
- Incorporate the THINK planning process into all tasks, whether working alone or as part of a team - Authority I
- Participate in START Process - Authority I
- Call a Time Out for Safety (TOFS) whenever an unplanned hazard or a change in the expected results is observed - Authority I
- Carry out assigned duties in a safe manner according to Company policies and procedures - Authority I
- Have a working knowledge of Transocean's Health and Safety expectations as defined in the Company Management System - Authority I
- Advise and actively assist personnel in the application of company safe working practices - Authority I
- Promote, participate and coach personnel in the application of the THINK planning process, using the rules of task planning - Authority I
- Actively monitor the FOCUS process and raise identified issues with the OIM - Authority I
- Monitor, coach and advise on the Permit to Work system - Authority I
- Monitor, coach and advise on the Management of Change process - Authority I
- Assist supervisors with the planning and development of HSE Meetings - Authority I
- Participate in daily meetings with the OIM, Department Heads and Client Representative as required - Authority II
- Assist the OIM in incident investigations - Authority II
- Continually review the Company Management System to identify opportunities for improvement - Authority II
- Conduct periodic self assessment audits to ensure compliance with company procedures - Authority II

Training: -
- Coordinate and administer On-the-Job Training (OJT) System - Authority II
- Use the systems available to book and administer onshore and offshore training for rig-based personnel - Authority II
- Maintain and update rig personnel's training records - Authority I
- Maintain and update the installation-specific training matrix and monitor for compliance - Authority I
- Monitor compliance of HSE orientation and induction for all personnel - Authority II
- Conduct rig-based HSE training courses according to the training matrix - Authority III
- Conduct training on the HSE Management System structure and requirements - Authority III
- Update and maintain HSE and Training bulletin board(s) - Authority II

Environmental: -
- Have a working knowledge of Transocean's Environmental Management System (EMS) - Authority I

- Monitor and assist the 'Green Team' in meeting their objectives as defined within the EMS - Authority II
- Assist the OIM in the investigation of Environmental Incidents - Authority II
- Assist the OIM in the planning and preparation of 'Green Team' meetings - Authority III
- Participate in internal audits on the installation to ensure compliance with Transocean's EMS and Client-specific requirements - Authority III

Personnel: -
- Meet the training requirements according to the applicable training matrix - Authority I
- Participate fully in the annual performance appraisal process - Authority I
- Supervise and train the Trainee RSTC (where applicable) - Authority I
- Promote and maintain an effective working relationship and communication with other departments - Authority I

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