HSE Tech with Shell (Current Employee) – Texas – April 8, 2014
Observe and coach the employees on Behavior Based Safety, Hazard ID, DROPS, and Shells Twelve Life Saving Rules. This is done on both drilling rigs and completion with Shell. As part of my daily report I take care of the documentation and present the awards for the best STOP cards, as well as keeping track of the Permit to work system, JSA’s, Pre job safety meetings, Pre Tour Safety meetings, Short Service Employee paperwork, man hour spreadsheet and orientations on the location. Local Lifting Focal Point during rig moves for lifting and hoisting. Weekly reports are; Audit spreadsheet, the STOP card spreadsheet and Proactive Efforts spreadsheet with the man-hours, near misses, JSA’s, Work Permits, Safety meetings, Audits, Training’ Orientation numbers etc. Participate in all drills such as BOP, Fire, H2S, and Man down etc. and document them. Monthly reports are; tracking the STOP card trends and entering them into the Shell network, entering the numbers in the Proactive Efforts spreadsheet with daily drilling footage, diesel used for the rig and mud engineer and water delivered or taken from the rig. (Potable, Gray and Black) also entered into the Shell Live Link system. Do daily rig audits such as electrical, living quarters, fire eq., rig eq., and so on. Inspect the safety and rigging equipment daily as needed or weekly if not used. Also have various office duties. Report, investigate, RAM and enter into Shell system all incidents on location. Implement and administer all safety programs. Handle Emergency Response Planning and execution of the ERP. When needed,more... First Responder to all incidents on the location. Execute the H2S contingency plan as needed. Attend all AM/PM safety meetings, pre job meetings, administrative meetings, drills etc. and document them. Paramedic for four rigs in Colorado. Checked my medical equipment daily, checked the narcotics and over the counter meds, ordered as needed and sent a weekly report of the inventory. Audited and documented the STOP program. Observed and coached the employees as needed with BBS, Haz ID etc. Performed rig audits and documented. Attended all safety meetings, audited all JSA’s and documented.less
great place to work if you can operate independently. Tough schedule away from home/family for 2 weeks, but back home for 2 weeks is very nice.
HSE Advisor/paramedic (Current Employee) – Lafayette, LA – March 21, 2018
Extremely well organized company. Management is very well focused on the changes in the industry and effects on business. Management does not micro manage field employees. Does follow the ups and downs of the oil industry. Overall a great place to work.