Company: BP
Skills: HSE Manager / Advisor
Experience: 2 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Port of Spain, Port of Spain Corporation, Trinidad and Tobago

In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.

The HSE Manager - GPO is responsible for managing and setting direction for a department of HSSE, and regulatory compliance professionals to establish and implement programmes that support the Line to deliver safe, reliable and compliant operations for Major Projects and any Cat B Projects in the portfolio across the Region.

The role leads the service delivery of HSSE and contributes to the strategic development of the GPO HSSE culture and supporting programmes to drive HSSE leadership behaviours and performance. To support these goals the role maintains the relevant HSSE and regulatory compliance management systems.

The HSE Manager - GPO is the focal point in the Region between GPO and that of GOO and GWO to deliver the region's HSE requirements.Key accountabilities:
  • Supports the GPO HSE Director in the health, safety, CCM/ER and environment discipline capability development in GPO
  • Leads GPO Regional HSE team and the implementation of the GPO HSSE requirements for the Regional GPO Projects, accountable for the development of Regional GPO HSSE documents and processes to achieve HSSE performance improvement in line with business strategy and deliver the HSE Policy's expectations
  • Custodian of the Regional HSSE compliance management system
  • Leads as a role model for HSSE, encouraging a strong 'speak up and safety culture, and leads the HSSE team in accordance with the Upstream Safety Leadership Principles, BP Values and Behaviours, ethics and compliance, rules and processes whilst providing to the team performance management, technical development and coaching. Manages a team of HSE professionals to provide guidance and advice to the GPO workforce concerning HSE procedures / programmes, hazard identification and promotional activities to raise HSE awareness and understanding
  • Defines and embeds the Project HSE and HSSE Legal and Compliance self-verification and oversight framework ensuring the activity and risk of project activities is managed identifying gaps and solutions. Communicates items to address, creates gap closure plans and supports the implementation of solutions
  • Defines and embeds the incident investigation process to determine causal and contributory factors and develop recommendations
  • Manages the response to HSE issues identified from investigations with the appropriate leaders so that learnings are embedded systematically to continually improve HSE performance
  • Manages the process to develop insights from HSE metrics analysis, HSE self-verification and incident investigation findings. Advises on emerging risks and HSE improvement opportunities and provides direction to improve the HSE performance
  • Regional HSE Project focal point for Regional HSE GOO and GWO relationship to ensure the delivery of resources managed by the GOO team on behalf of the GPO Region through Service Level Agreements. These include Incident investigation, contractor safety management, C&EA, RCE, CCM ER, Security and Health
  • Supports GPO and Segment to meet relevant OMS sub-elements, BP GPO Upstream practices and BP Practices and local regulatory requirements
  • Manages the regional regulatory stakeholder relationships
  • Manages the HSE function budget preparation, cost control, develops staff capability and carries out performance assessments
  • Implements programs to systematically verify that HSE equipment and services provided by suppliers and contractors meet contractual and BP Requirements (2.5)
  • Conduct verification activity of the quality of incident investigations and resulting corrective actions. (4.4)
  • Member of the GPO HSSE Network
  • Facilitates project SORC

Essential education:
  • Degree in HSE related discipline, Engineering or Science
  • NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety equivalent or IEMA Diploma or equivalent or IOHA accreditation or equivalent
  • SLL / FLL modules
  • Within two years achieves Chartered status of Institute of Occupational Safety or Health or Certified Safety Professional or Certified Industrial Hygienist or equivalent

Essential experience and job requirements:
  • Extensive relevant experience including Major Projects experience in an HSSE role demonstrating personal and process safety leadership skills with highly advanced knowledge of HSSE, CCM ER and regulatory systems, standards and policy in the oil and gas, or other high hazard industries
  • Advanced technical knowledge and experience in hazard identification, with detailed knowledge of HSSE practices and procedures and delivery of safety programmes
  • Considerable people leadership and stakeholder management experience