Role Description Organize, administer, conduct and measure individual and group safety programs with the account. Key Responsibilities
Implementation of corporate safety policies and procedures.
Identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practice and develop in consort with line organization, hazard control practice and programs for maintenance operations at the service stations.
Develop safety induction systems for suppliers, including training and monitoring of its effectiveness.
Implementation, maintenance and operation of the HSSE Management System for the service provided and knowledge transfer to line and staff management.
Coordinate with the regional IT / MIS Manager to ensure consistent standards are in place.
Investigate incidents / accidents and submit accurate and complete reports to Business Systems Manager.
Manage an injury / illness information database to perform trend analyses and recognize significant trends through statistical review and develop strategies to address those trends.
Develop guidelines for safety audits, report results in line with Shell's system and coordinate Performance safety audits to assist the Account Manager with correcting deficiencies.
Develop and coordinate site-specific safety training material / program, assess, update new developments and regulations in health and safety and also provide safety training.
Comply with company policies and procedures and adhere to set standards.
Any other job related duties as directed by the Account Manager.
Skills / Qualifications / Attributes Education Bachelor's degree or equivalent in safety engineering Experience Minimum five years' experience in safety administration Languages Good verbal and written communications skills Computer Literacy Proficient with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint Supervisory Team player with ability to interact effectively with all levels and committed to working in a quality environment Work Time As and when necessary