Roles & Responsibilities

  • Develops, implements and improves health & safety policies, procedures and their supporting programs including associated training
  • Develops and performs safety assessments and training to ensure regulatory compliance
  • Researches and interprets new and current regulatory requirements and makes recommendations on policies and procedures as required
  • Provides health & safety consultation to capital and expense plant small project efforts from project conception through execution phases
  • Serves as a consultant and coach for technicians in operations, laboratory and maintenance functions during routine and non-routine activities including outages and turnarounds
  • Serves as the Occupational Safety subject matter expert for plant management, internal customers and fellow HSE team members
  • Participates in company-wide Best Practice Teams related to occupational safety
  • Provides OSHA regulatory interpretations to the line organization
  • Assists the organization as well as contractors in the development of safe methods for performing non-routine work
  • Leads, participates in and supports incident investigations as necessary
  • Evaluates effectiveness of assigned area safety programs, recommends improvements, and works with management to implement recommendations
  • Mentors less experienced personnel within the Health, Safety and Emergency Services Groups
  • Supports and participates in emergency response activities

Min. Qualifications

  • A minimum of a BS in Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Fire & Safety or a related technical discipline.
  • A minimum of 5 years petrochemical plant experience in one or more Occupational Safety & Health roles
  • A non-technical bachelors or graduate degree may be considered if candidate possesses 10 years of plant experience with 5 or more years of direct Occupational Safety and Health experience.
  • Demonstrated time management skills and ability to support changing priorities
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing with internal and external clients
  • Expert knowledge of OSHA 1904, 1910 and 1926 regulations
  • Ability to work in and around petro-chemical facilities
  • Skilled at preparing and delivering presentations and training to diverse audiences
  • The person in this position will be expected to work independently with a level of oversight / supervision commensurate with experience level
  • The person in this position will be expected to continually develop professionally and provide guidance and mentoring to those with less Occupational Safety and Health experience

Competencies

  • Builds effective teams
  • Collaborates
  • Cultivates innovation
  • Customer focus
  • Demonstrates courage
  • Drives results
  • Ensures accountability
  • Instills trust and exemplifies integrity