Our HSE Managers:
- Develops and implements JACOBSs safety, health, safety training, and incident prevention programs to ensure regulatory compliance.
- Develops and maintains a comprehensive Slope-wide HSE Management System to meet regulatory and client requirements.
- Maintains a written Safety Manual and interfaces with State and Federal regulators on health and safety requirements regarding compliance issues.
- Assess and analyze all divisions, facilities, processes, and materials for potential hazards and associated risks. This includes regular HSE assessments performed after a baseline audit/inspection has been completed.
- Work with Line Managers and Leads to assure that personnel in their area of responsibility understand the need to continually assess the facility where they work, to be continually aware of hazards and risks associated with their job tasks.
- Work with appropriate personnel to develop, implement, monitor and evaluate incident prevention and hazard/risk control strategies in support of a Zero Incident Culture.
- Assist with the activities of all members of the companys safety and health program (i.e., Site Toolbox Meetings, Safety Councils or Safety Committees).
- Develops and implements a periodic safety inspection and audit program to ensure regulatory compliance, identify and mitigate hazards and report deficiencies.
- Works with the HSE Regional Manager to determine resources required to administer programs and develops department budget.
- Develops and supervises special safety projects and contractors performing work.
- Conducts accident/incident investigations. Ensures investigations are completed in a timely manner for all occupational injuries and vehicle incidents.
- Act as a consultant or mentor to assure Line Managers conduct incident investigations and accompany Regulators on inspections and investigations.
- Provides a resource center for supervisors and HSE Advisors to obtain material for safety meetings and other safety training.
- Advises management and employees of safety regulations, standards, and codes applicable to JACOBS and JACOBS Clients. Coordinates with clients on safety and health plans and requirements.
- Recommends to management adoption of new or revised safety policies, programs and practices as new legislation, operating conditions and technologies require.
- Determines and evaluates the need for and effectiveness of approved types of personal protective equipment. Recommends purchase of appropriate equipment; and trains personnel in proper use.
- Maintains records for statistical measurements and management reports; ensures that reporting conforms to State and Federal requirements and safety industry standards. Maintain all required HSE-related records and reports.
- Develops and implements JACOBSs emergency response plans. Develop and maintain a Slope-wide Emergency Action Plan, Site Specific HSE Plans, and (if appropriate) all Environmental and Hazardous Waste Manuals.
- Conducts safety demonstrations in camp. Informs Emergency Responders of safe practices and JACOBS procedures.
- Research and assist in assuring Slope-wide compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, standards, codes, client requirements and the companys best work practices and established standard safe operating procedures.
- Participates in State and National safety programs and professional organizations.
Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Comprehensive knowledge of OSHA, AKOSH and DOT regulatory requirements.
Knowledge of ANSI, ASTM, CGA, and ASME, consensus standards
Able to interpret standards and determine impacts on JACOBS and/or JACOBSs clients.
Able to work with regulatory agencies and resolve compliance issues.
Intimately knowledgeable in North Slope safety practices and procedures.
Comprehensive knowledge of safety, accident prevention and safety equipment.
Working knowledge of word processing and data base management systems.
Effective written and oral communication skills.
Effective training methods
Knowledge of statistical procedures
Knowledge in fire prevention equipment
Work cooperatively in varied work situations with all levels of employees and management
The minimum qualifications for this position are:
High school diploma or equivalent required
Six years of progressively responsible experience, specializing in safety, accident/incident prevention, industrial hygiene, and safety education required.
Two years of field experience as a Safety Specialist or Safety Engineer required.
North Slope training and safety experience required.
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and experience:
- Professional Certification (CSP and/or CIH) preferred.
- Certified OSHA instructor for 10 and 30-hour classes preferred.
- Bachelors degree in occupational safety and health and Industrial Hygiene discipline, or related field preferred.
Must be able to lift 25 pounds from ground level to an elevation of three feet; ability to climb stairways and fixed/portable ladders in all facilities; ability to wear personal protective equipment, including passing a respirator fit test; ability to operate a motor vehicle; must be able to sit for prolonged periods (two hours) 25% of the time; must be able to stand for prolonged periods (two hours), 25% of the time; must be able to walk on all surfaces and over all terrain under all climatic conditions, 25% of the time; and must be able to stoop (20%) and crawl (5%) when required.
Work will be performed in both office environments and field conditions, where exposure to cold and wet weather and rough terrain can be expected. Occasional exposure to hazardous noise and chemicals is possible. Frequent travel required to various work sites, and remote locations by light aircraft and helicopter.
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