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Shutdown Safety Officers

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Health & Safety > Safety Officer

Status: Expired

An exciting opportunity has arisen for Shutdown Safety Officer to join a well established organisation based in Doha, Qatar.

Job Details

Location: Qatar > Doha

Salary: $100 - $150 per day + + Logistics and Expenses

Working Locations: International,Offshore

Posted: 04/05/2011 17:00:00

Expires: 01/06/2011 17:00:00

Key Requirements


Applicants MUST have:
* General safety certificates and/ or Diploma from a recognised institution
* Minimum of 4 years safety and loss prevention training either in house or from a recognised institution.
* Minimum of 7 years experience in safety and in the oil and gas sector.
* Competent in the use of safety equipment.
* Good written and oral communication skills in English.
* Good adaptability to multinational environment, with wide exposure to various culture and customs.
* Good interpersonal skills and ability to work as a team member.
* Must be a self starter with good problem solving skills.


Job Description

An exciting opportunity has arisen for Shutdown Safety Officer to join a well established organisation based in Doha, Qatar.

As a Shutdown Safety Officer your role will be to provide input and support for the safe conduct of work by personnel associated with the shutdown activities, provide advice to all personnel during execution of work activities, assist with pre job start meetings, ensure that work force are aware of emergency procedures, support company shutdown safety team in line with the SHE safety plan.


Key Responsibilities:
* Provide input and support for the safe conduct of work by contractor personnel during normal maintenance/ shutdowns of LNG trains and associated utility equipment.
* Ensure company shutdown EHS Plan is adhered.
* To understand the scope of the project
* Ensure proper & smooth co ordination with company safety officers.
* Ensure all Personnel safety training (H2S/ BA, PTW, Fire 7 Safety Watches, Security Training, etc) are completely and necessary valid certificates are available at site.
* Ensures company PTW procedures & all safety procedures are followed by contractor personnel
* Conducts regular work site safety Inspections/ audits/ walk abouts
* Participates in incident management during accidents and emergencies
* Participates in Incident Investigations following any incidents.
* Assists safety department with audits during shutdowns.
* To prepare/ review JSA for each job
* To ensure risks for using tools/ tackles, working at heights etc. are addressed to all personnel involved in work at site.
* To ensure performing parties delivers daily tool box talk and that it is documented.
* To ensure the right quality of PPE are being supplied and used.
* Ensure submission of daily safety reports
* Ensures coordination between various divisions, sections and disciplines during shutdown execution, to ensure that all act in harmony for smooth execution of shutdown.
* Overlook the functions of the access control system
* Give guidance to the traffic guards if required
* Be prepared to learn/ conduct the initial gas testing for a confined space entry.
* Well versed with mechanical tools tackles and be capable of inspecting the tool box or tool containers on site.
* Attends daily progress/ planning meetings as advised by Company personnel
* Assist the safety department with preparation and posting of postures and delivering presentations/ tool box talks in multiple languages if required.


Applicants MUST have:
* General safety certificates and/ or Diploma from a recognised institution
* Minimum of 4 years safety and loss prevention training either in house or from a recognised institution.
* Minimum of 7 years experience in safety and in the oil and gas sector.
* Competent in the use of safety equipment.
* Good written and oral communication skills in English.
* Good adaptability to multinational environment, with wide exposure to various culture and customs.
* Good interpersonal skills and ability to work as a team member.
* Must be a self starter with good problem solving skills.


The working schedule will be 7 days a week (time off will be accrued). The working hours would be 12 hours shifts day or night.

In addition to the daily rate, the client will provide visa, flight ticket, fully furnished single status accommodation, local transportation, PPE, gate passes to Industrial Areas, insurance, medical and will also pay your expenses (e.g. food and Laundry).

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