Houma Role synopsis The Offshore HSE Site Lead
provides an independent perspective of HSE risk, facilitates continual
improvement in HSE performance through the engine of OMS. The
Offshore HSE Site Lead values expertise, energizes people, acts
decisively, and delivers results.
The scope of activity includes all production operations focusing primarily on health and safety assurance. Key accountabilities Within the scope of operations:
Operating Leadership: Coach leadership in driving safe, healthy, secure & environmentally responsible ops.
in a Safety related field
- Planning and Controls: contribute to the formulation of the annual H&S plan through identification and assessment of risks, performance delivery and performance improvement opportunities. Lead & support the execution of the H&S Plan through controls to deliver intended outcomes.
- Communication and engagement: contribute to the development and continual improvement of the GoM Safe Work Practices and communicate its contents.
- Operating Discipline: Monitor workforce understanding and observance of H&S legal, regulatory and BP Requirements and local procedures and practices.
- Organizational Learning: continuously improve the GoM SWP, both sharing and incorporating internal learning’s.
- Risk Management: Provide an independent perspective of H&S risk through applicable hazard identification and risk assessment tools, i.e.; Hazid’s and Hazops.
- Safety, Health and Industrial Hygiene.
- Transportation: systematically identify H&S and transportation hazards, assess risk, and contribute to the setting of procedures and practices to support risk reduction measures. Support execution and continually improve the SOC and EASY programs.
- Security and Environment: Assist in the execution of the GoM Security practices and EMS.
- MoC: Employ GoM MoC process for changes that could impact safe, healthy, secure and environmentally responsible operations.
- Incident Management: support the formation of investigation teams for incidents and participate in assigned investigations as RCS to determine immediate and system causes of incidents and corrective actions. Close-out personally assigned actions on time.
- CoW: support execution and continuous improvement of the GoM Control of Work (CoW) process.
- C&CM/ER: Develop and maintain H&S Emergency Response capability. Maintain individual capability to execute assigned role on GoM IMT.
- Project Management: Identify and assess the risks associated with project (including well intervention) interfaces to existing operations and implement plans to manage the identified risks. Participate in H&S reviews, pre-start up safety reviews and operational readiness reviews for projects on existing facilities, and close out agreed actions.
- CI: improve H&S performance through delivery of CI projects.
- Regulatory Compliance: execute and support execution of H&S legal and regulatory requirements. Identify, assign and document specific compliance tasks and individual accountability.
- Stakeholder Relationships: enhance BP’s reputation with key stakeholders: BOEM, USCG
- Metrics and Reporting: contribute to the establishment of and continually improve HS metrics. Monitor, analyze, interpret trends, & report progress in the delivery of HSSE targets. Report all incidents to the GoM HS Team Leader and provide case management assistance per GoM procedures.
- Audit and Assessment: perform H&S assessments & audits to assure compliance and drive risk reduction & performance improvement. Essential Education - High School diploma or equivalent Essential experience and job requirements - A minimum of five years offshore HSE experience
- Knowledge of OSHA standards and CFR-30, 33, and 46 Desirable criteria & qualifications - Bachelor of Science degree
BP's Upstream segment focuses on finding reserves of oil and gas, developing the means to extract and process it and then consistently producing and transporting it to market. This involves using cutting edge technology to find the energy reserves, the ability to drill thousands of meters under the ground, designing, building and operating some of the world's largest most complex production onshore and offshore facilities and finally being able to transport these fluids, in order to provide energy to the world.
- 5 Years Deepwater HSE Experience
- Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Relocation available No Travel required Yes - up to 25% Is this a part time position? No About BP Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of 80,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 80 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.
Our global business is constantly changing and we seek outstanding HSE professionals to help us shape our future. Disclaimer If you are selected for the position, your employment will be contingent upon submission to and successful completion of a post-offer/pre-placement drug test (and alcohol screening if required by the role) as well as pre-placement verification of the information and qualifications provided during the selection process. BP is an equal opportunity employer. Segment Upstream Removal Date 06-Feb-2013
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