Job details

Position
Safety Officer
Vacancy ref
57618
Based in
Offshore
Business area
Surf and Conventional
Contract type
Day Rate
Closing date
31/01/2018
Languages in which you may apply
English
Vacancy information

We are looking for experienced Offshore Safety Officers for our project in the Middle East.

Rotation will be 60/30 and crew with prior working experience in the Middle east are encouraged to apply.

 

Safety Officer(s) duties Description :

 The Safety Officer(s) duties shall include but not limited to:

  • Conducting Safety Inspections, CEHA and other required inspections on CONTRACTOR assets which will include vessels and shore side areas.
  • Working with vessel Captains, ensuring knowledge of Marine procedures and compliance.
  • Providing HSE training to the CONTRACTOR workforce, both onshore and offshore.
  • Working closely with Saudi Aramco Marine Department and QA&CU to identify and take remedial action in areas where safety can be improved.
  • Providing proactive input towards safety initiatives.
  • Providing Safety Presentations as necessary.
  • Producing documents for the sharing of Safety Information, e.g. Safety Flyers.
  • Conducting Risk Assessments and Job Safety Analysis as required
  • Participating in Incident investigations
  • Hazard Recognition: The officer will demonstrate knowledge with HAZCOM and in identifying and dealing with hazards
  • Risk Management: The officer will demonstrate knowledge of risk assessment, work permit system, tool box talks, Job Safety Analyses and MIM1201.003 Marine Risk Assessment and Job Safety Analysis Programs
  • Safety training: The officer will demonstrate knowledge of the MIM1195.001 Marine Training and MIM1193.507 Safety Drills On-board Marine Vessels
  • Safety Communication: The officer will demonstrate knowledge with MIM1201.001 Safety Communications Plan
  • Vessel Inspections: The officer will demonstrate knowledge of ARAMCO Quarterly Safety Inspections, CEHA and On hire inspections
  • Behaviour Based Safety: The officer will demonstrate knowledge in behaviour base safety and conduct training.
  • Emergency Response and Incident Reporting: The officer demonstrate knowledge of all Saudi Aramco Emergency response Plans and a knowledge of the Marine Departments requirements for incident reporting.
  • Safety Equipment and PPE: The officer will demonstrate knowledge with ships LSA, FFA and PPE.
  • Accident Investigation: The officer will demonstrate knowledge with MIM1187.000 Tracking and Closure of Marine Incident Recommendations and MIM1187.003 Marine Department Categories of Incidents
  • Occupational Health: The officer will be familiar with industrial hygiene and occupational health aspects of environmental protection policy
  • Safety Initiatives and Suggestions: The officer will demonstrate knowledge with MIM1201.005 Safety Suggestion Program and MIM1201.006 Marine Department SAFE Program.

Safety Officer(s) Requirements Description :

  • Trained and validly certified in basic firefighting, sea survival, H2S Awareness and use of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA).
  • Be suitably experienced in offshore vessel operations and hold International Marine Qualification with a minimum of STCW II/2 or III/2.
  • Have undertaken and have valid certification for Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET).
  • Basic first aid
  • Fluent in both written and spoken English
  • Hold an HSE Certificate of a similar standard to the NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.
  • Passport / Government ID (for Saudis copies).
  • Seaman book or “Seaman’s Seagoing Service Record Book’ ’and where applicable copies of the main page and the pages with vessel entries.
  • Certificate of Competency (C.o.C) copy. A copy of the C.o.C authentication printout or a letter from the certificate issuing Maritime Administration. When the certificate is not in English, a certified English translation copy of the Certificate shall accompany the original Certificate.
  • Certificate of Competency (C.o.C) should be issued by their country of origin, or recognized “White List” Country where they attended an internationally recognized Maritime School or University, together with all relevant endorsements
  • STCW endorsement certificate.
  • Medical Certificate stating that crew member is medically fit to carry out the activities required by his position.
  • Maritime/Offshore Experience – Detailed tabulated records of Vessel’s stating the type, size, function & area over a period not less than 5 years.
  • Out of Kingdom English Proficiency Certificate (Marlins or equivalent).A copy of the English Proficiency Certificate authentication printout letter from the certificate issuer shall be attached.
  • Conduct Safety Inspections on owner assets which will include vessels and facilities.
  • Work with vessel Captains, ensuring knowledge of marine procedures and compliance.
  • Provide HSE training to the contractor workforce, both onshore and offshore.
  • Work closely with Charterer, Marine Department Quality Assurance and
  • Compliance Unit (QA&CU) to identify and take remedial action in areas where safety can be improved.
  • Conduct Risk Assessments and Job Safety Analysis as required and participate in accident / incident investigations.
  • Additional Contract compulsory Safety Certificates such as: H2S Awareness, CPR Training, swimming capability etc.)

 

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