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  1. CORPORATE REQUIREMENTS

     

    JOB TITLE:                       HSE Advisor

     

    REPORTS TO:                   Safety Supervisor

     

    LOCATION:                      Onshore

     

    1.1 ROLE SUMMARY

     

    Assist with coordination of the Company HSE Management System onshore. Partner with the Rig Managers, OIMs and Safety Officers to provide a link between Onshore HSE and Offshore workforce.

    1.2 HSE

     

Responsible for/ensure:

  • Compliance with the Seadrill Code of Conduct and Fight Against Corruption.
  • Compliance with applicable internal and external governing requirements.
  • Non-compliances are promptly acted on and reported to the direct supervisor.
  • Good and clear communications with all involved parties.

1.3 JOB SPECIFIC

 

  • Promote and continually monitor the core HSE Processes developed by the rigs such as PIMED, STAR, Worksite Verification.

  • Promote the awareness, training and use of the Company Safety Tools.

  • Promote the compliance with the Company HSE Management System (e.g., HSE policies, directives and procedures).

  • Keep a good working relationship with other departments, service providers and Client representative.

  • Assist Safety Supervisor and/or HSE Manager when requested (e.g., local Emergency Response Plan review, promote HSE campaigns onshore and offshore, etc.).

  • Assist Regional HSE team, when required, in the conduct of annual rig internal audits such as Environmental Audit, ISM, ISPS, Medical Audit, Area Verification, etc.  
  • Ensure that the studies/programs requested by the local HSE rules are implemented offshore, such as occupational safety studies, risk control, pollution control, occupational hygiene, ergonomics, fire protection, etc.
  • Provide expert advice and support to Seadrill Management on environmental issues related to local regulation.
  • Provide progress analysis of incidents conducted by the Leaders/Safety Officers and conduct analysis of serious incidents when requested by the Safety Supervisor and/or HSE Manager.
  • Support the Rig Managers and Rig Technical Leaders on HSE issues, including the Client and Authorities when needed.
  • Work to achieve compliance on Occupational/Process Safety Legislation, Environmental Legislation in the designated area.
  • Participate in the planning of HSE Audits on the Company Installations and Service Providers.
  • Regularly Embark on the Rigs to check ISM conformities and HSE processes and report the results to the HSE and Rig Managers. Actively participate on rig initiatives, such as: PTW audits, Worksite Verifications and STAR program.
  • When offshore, attend pre-shift meetings for both rig crew and service providers, looking at the safety content of the meeting and any safety alerts from other installations.
  • Assist the Rig Managers on HSE issues by being in contact with the Client and Authorities when requested.
  • Monitor procedures and HSE requests related to onshore/offshore personnel and report to the Safety Supervisor.

  • Assist the Rig and HSE Managers on the purposes of the annual HSE goals.

  • Assist the HR department with technical information about mandatory safety trainings for onshore and offshore employees.
  • Participate in meetings promoted by the Client and by the rig team, when required.

  • Assist the rig on the HSE case review.
  • Coordinate the Induction Program with the HR department for new Seadrill employees.

  • Partner with Client HSE and Seadrill Rig Management to set the highest standard for operations excellence in HSE.

  • Report emissions and diesel consumption in Synergi.

     

    1.4 EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS

     

    Able to operate software applications as applicable to the position, such as:

  • Seadrill Management System - SMS
  • Synergi
  • SkillsVX
  • Maximo
  • Crisis Incident Management - CIM
  • Chemwatch
  • Oillennium
  • PowerBI

 

1.5 AUTHORITY

 

ยท         As per Corporate and Regional specific Delegation of Authority matrices

 

    1. QUALIFICATIONS

       

      Education

  • Valid Safety Engineering or Safety Technician Certificate

 

Experience  

  • 3+ years of experience in HSE whether onshore or offshore

 

Trainings & Registers

  • Valid Ministry of Labor register for Safety Technicians
  • Valid Regional Engineering Council register for Safety Engineer
  • Certificates in ISM, ISPS, and ISO (9,001; 14,001; 45,001) preferred
  • Kelvin Topset Lead Investigator certification preferred

 

Skills

  • Must have good analytical skills and be able to communicate well in person
  • Self-starter with proven problem-solving ability.
  • Team oriented and capable of influencing the behavior of others.
  • Strong observational, analytical and presentation skills.
  • Must possess the expertise and knowledge of how to coach people in the proper planning of work with the identification of risks and unsafe hazards.
  • Very strong in Excel, power point and data analysis.
  • Available to travel and visit offshore rigs.
  • Advanced English.

  1. REGIONAL REQUIREMENTS

     

     

  2. OTHER ROLES

     

  3. OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

     

  4. OTHER AUTHORITIES

     

  5. OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

     

  6. OTHER REQUIREMENTS

     

    Must successfully pass-through Drug Screen and Background Check.

  1. SIGNATURE

     

     

     

     

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    Date / Place                     Signature