HSE Lead – Profile Middle East

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Job Description

Mission

  • Implement HSE management systems at site / field level, according to the Company HSE guidelines and standards.
  • Ensure the management of all the HSE issues for the site / field

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop and ensure the implementation of the HSE Management System in compliance with the international standards (ISO 14001 / OSHA18001, others).
  • Ensure that all sites activities carried out are conducted in strict accordance with HSE Standards.
  • Ensure the implementation and compliance with the HSE plans and procedures.
  • Act as HSE focal point for the work developed at site / field level.
  • Develop an emergency response plan for any identified potential event.
  • Establish an HSE monitoring and audit program.
  • Promote environmental and safety awareness among the workforce and hold regular site meetings with supervisors, workers, subcontractors.
  • Provide HSE support and advice to the project/site management.
  • Interface with Clients and Authorities
  • Staff and manage the Field HSE team.
  • Ensure protection of Environmental Sensitive areas.
  • Ensure the development of a spill contingency plan and monitor implementation.
  • Ensure the development of Waste/Chemical/Water Management Plans, obtain relevant permits from authorities and monitor implementation.
  • Ensure compliance with noise regulations requirements.
  • Ensure and monitor the protection of air quality within the project activities.
  • Establish an environmental monitoring and audit program applicable to all phases of the operations.
  • Find out Archaeological significant areas by conducting surface survey and sampling of visible sites.
  • Develop Occupational Safety Risk Assessment.
  • Take part in accident/incident investigation.
  • Ensure Project HSE training and Induction programs implementation at site level.
  • Promote periodical site HSE Review.

Other Details

Location: Qatar (on site)
Duration: 12 months (extendable)
Working schedule: 10 hours a day x 6 days a week
Starting date: September