Role Definition

On behalf of our client, we are currently looking for an Offshore Vessel HSE Officer, in day/nigth shift rotation, directly onboard our client’s vessel, responsible for:

  • Implementing the  HSE management systems onboard the Construction Installation Vessel, according to the Company and project specific HSE guidelines and standards;
  • Ensuring proper management of all the HSE issues onboard.

In detail, the officer will have to:

• Provide necessary support to ensure that Project HSE plan and Procedures are implemented throughout the entire project life

• Identify safety criticalities and environmental sensitive areas and implement mitigation measures

• Accident / incident investigation

• Participate in site HSE Risk Management

• Act as HSE focal point for the work developed at site / field level

• Ensure the emergency response plan for any identified potential event are tested and applied

• Perform HSE inspections at site level

• Promote environmental and safety awareness among the workforce and hold regular site meetings with supervisors, workers, sub-contractors

• Provide HSE support and advice to the project/site management

• Ensure Project HSE training and Induction programs implementation at site level

• HSE KPI reporting to Project HSE management level

• Safety Observation Card management and reporting to Project HSE management level

Qualification

• Bechelor Degree or Diploma

• NEBOSH GC/IGC

• Minimum 3-5 years of experience in HSE in any industry, with at least 1 year experience in construction, fabrication, installation and/or commissioning projects/operations/production in the oil & gas or petro-chemical industry

• Evidence of previous experience of working in ADNOC Offshore projects

• Records of previous ADNOC approval for working on ADNOC projects

• Ability to conduct HSE orientation / induction/HSE awareness sessions to workers

• Understanding and implementation of the HSE Plan.

• Knowledge and experience in implementing ADNOC PTW system and Gas Testing

• Awareness on H2S & Breathing Apparatus

• Ability to understand and participate in Risk Assessments

• Ability to conduct HSE inspections

• Ability to understand and implement Emergency response plans/procedures.

• Ability to speak, read and write English with good communication skills

• Good level of knowledge of ADNOC HSE procedures

Conditions

Eligible to work Offshore UAE 

Training and Certifications required:

• Opito T-BOSIET or FOET

• Opito H2S

• Opito Travel Safely by Boat

• ADNOC Offshore Induction

• ADNOC PTW system training course

• ADNOC approved Offshore Medical Certificate

• Any further HSE Training/Certification will provide added value

  • Duration: 1-2 months (lenght of the installation campaign)
  • Location: Offshore UAE
  • Country: United Arab Emirates
  • Contract type: Contractor
  • Seniority level: Senior Engineer, Lead Engineer
  • Field of activity: Offshore Renewable Energy