Aberdeen North SeaJob Reference - J8786

HSE&A Advisor

Leading oil and gas operator currently require HSE&A Advisor for offshore drilling and completions campaign offshore on a 3/3 rotation. Candidates must be permiteed to work offshore in the UKCS. Description: The Offshore HSE&A Advisor is responsible for providing expert advice and support to the offshore team, covering all disciplines, including Health, Safety, Environment, Process Safety and Integrity, drawing on the support of the onshore HSE&A team as appropriate. The primary purpose of the role is to promote compliance with all aspects of HSE&A, monitoring the daily performance of the asset via worksite visits, providing challenge where necessary, and supporting with the implementation of legal requirements, company HSE&A management systems, guidance and best practices as identified in the relevant SEMS interface document. The role requires frequent co-ordination through the D&C HSE&A Advisor (Onshore). JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: HSE&A - Conducts all activities in a Safe and Effective manner and raises Safety and Environmental issues immediately and in line with Corporate Policy. Leadership - Undertakes the role in line with Corporate Policy and demonstrates behaviours in line with company’s values at all times. Readily accepts accountability. Financial - Carries out duties in a way that maximises value, minimises waste and risk. Technical/Functional Act as a challenge to ensure offshore activities comply with HSE&A related legislative requirements and company standards, systems and procedures as identified in the relevant SEMS interface document. Promote and support a positive HSE&A culture. Promote and support control of risks to health, safety, environment and process safety. Promote major accident hazard awareness to the workforce. Conduct offshore compliance monitoring on life saving rules, environmental and D&C operations integrity assessment (OIA) checklists. Participate in asset SEMS inspections. Support delivery of agreed HSE&A related projects/initiatives/campaigns as required by the D&C HSE plan. Discuss actual and potential HSE events with on and offshore teams and onshore HSE&A team. Participate in accident/incident investigation and provide support on Enablon database. Participation in periodic rig safety calls and weekly rig and third-party safety meetings. Provide training and coaching and deliver HSE&A presentations as required. Participation and input into operational risk assessments, tool box talks, permit to work reviews, site inspections, behavioural based safety systems and other general rig processes. Proactive use of internal and industry incident related information to ensure lessons learned are shared with key personnel and any relevant reviews take place. Participate and/or witness emergency drills and oil spill response exercises, provide coaching assistance as required. Provide end of trip handover; including progress against agreed activities – distribute report to relevant parties. Collaboration - Collaborates with others in the team and looks for opportunities to leverage their network and work with others to develop safe, practical and effective solutions. Continuous Improvement & Innovation - Continuously develops ways of working by seeking feedback from colleagues and key stakeholders. Effectively utilises knowledge databases and actively participates in project reviews. Capability Development - Looks for opportunities to develop technical and personal skills both by formal learning interventions and work experience. Coaches colleagues where appropriate and demonstrates a personal commitment to lifelong learning. People Processes - Engages with people processes in a positive and timely manner. Demonstrates a commitment to the spirit of such processes. KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: Effectively implement compliance monitoring activities and SEMS inspections Participate in observation card programme & Site Tours Carry out work site plant inspections Control of work permit monitoring Support & deliver effective implementation of new/improved systems and processes Deliver OIA to agreed schedule (% completion) Conduct 7 per trip Daily 7 per trip Assess effectiveness of implementation via review and feedback from Drilling Supervisors QUALIFICATIONS/TRAINING: NEBOSH Certificate (or equivalent) Formal/Industry recognized Incident Investigation Training or Root Cause Analysis Offshore Survival (BOSIET) and Offshore Medical MIST (Minimum Offshore Safety Training) KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE: Experience supporting offshore D&C operational activities Experience of; incident investigation, audit, monitoring & review of HSE&A Management Systems Thorough knowledge of UK HS&E Legislation and supporting Industry Guidance and good practice Excellent communication, influencing and presentation skills

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