Skills: HSE Manager / Advisor
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Location: Grangemouth, Scotland, United Kingdom
Versalis is an international subsidiary of Eni specialising in the production of chemicals. We lead the market in a range of businesses including plastics and rubbers alongside a fast-growing bio-based business. We pursue our goals through product innovation, reducing energy consumption and a relentless focus on safeguarding our people and the environment both inside and outside our facilities.
As a member of Versalis UK you will be responsible for:
- Ensuring that the Grangemouth site's operations are conducted in accordance with health, safety and environmental legislation and in alignment with company procedures;
- Ensuring, to the extent applicable, the definition, the implementation and the monitoring of remedial measures to ensure the prevention and protection of health and safety and environment and ensuring compliance with the relevant Scottish and UK legal obligations as well as Eni policies;
- Participating in the leadership of the protection of the Safety of employees and the minimization of accidents on site;
- Providing specialist support to site units, to reduce, in line with the current regulations, the personal exposure to accidents and risk of chemical and physical agents; promoting the search for better solutions in the areas of competence;
- Managing programmes to implement requirements from the safety report;
- Supporting the CHMD and Site Manager on the management of relations with regulatory authorities, such as HSE and SEPA, public authorities and the territory, and for the "fulfillment of all obligations under national standards on safety, health and environmental protection;
- Reviewing HSE aspects of site instructions and operating procedures, approving them as part of the site's formal document review system;
- Managing QHSE related contracts;
- Preparing and submitting RIDDOR reports for the Health and Safety Executive following discussions with the Site Manager;
- Preparing and submitting the required data for the Scottish Environment Agency, notifying the site manager of any excursions outside the site's operating limits;
- Preparing and reviewing the site's COMAH and IPPC reports;
- Ensuring the timely and accurate support to the headquarters QHSE unit to define, constantly update and oversee the "Management System" for the site processes and the circulation and the correct implementation at the site of regulations and Company procedures and Management System criteria and methodologies, ensuring specialized reporting to the QHSE Management of Eni SpA and Versalis SpA;
- Planning and executing a first-level audit activities, including the verification of compliance with control standards, and verification of regulatory compliance;
- Managing technical safety programmes and assessments, such as HAZOP, HAZOP/LOPA, of plant modifications, new equipment and existing processes;
- Managing Quality, Safety and Energy systems of the Company;
- Planning for the safe operation of the site by advising on HSE legislation and practices, participating at safety meetings, carrying out audits and providing HSE training, along with the completion of risk assessments and delivery of procedures;
- Managing QHSE related external Audits;
- Ensuring, to the extent applicable, fire and accident prevention activities, also through training and information; ensuring well trained Emergency Response Teams, developing both onsite and offsite emergency procedures and that the site's fire protection systems are maintained in a satisfactory state;
- Ensuring Occupational Health activities, with the support of HROI;
- Controlling the site's routine health and environmental monitoring, ensuring that schedules are kept to, results notified to relevant departments or individuals and investigations of results outside statutory/company limits are investigated;
- Controlling the responsible disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste from the site through licensed contractors, ensuring best disposal route from environmental/cost viewpoint and keeping the Site Manager informed of any problem materials;
- Evaluating raw materials with regards to safe use and minimal environmental effect, maintaining the internal safety data sheets for all site chemicals;
- Participating in the development of multiannual plans, budgets and forecasts for investments in the plant;
- Preparing, for approval, the annual fixed costs budget for the Health & Safety Department and to monitor performance against this throughout the year;
- The QHSE Manager is nominated Security Officer of the company.
This is the opportunity for you if you have these skills and requirements :
- Technical\Engineering Degree.
- Chartered Engineering Status is preferred.
- Membership of IOSH or other equivalent safety body.
- Extensive experience in similar roles in a Top Tier COMAH site.
- Strong direct experience in dealing with the UK regulatory bodies and industries associations and committees.
- Relevant management experience.
- Technical knowledge of plant processes and general operations.
- Detailed knowledge of COMAH legislation and the requirement of a Top Tier Site.
- Will be competent in UK Environmental and in waste management.
- Extensive knowledge of Hazard assessment tools and techniques including HAZOP.
Grangemouth, Scotland, UK
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