Key Job Accountabilities
1. Supports the NFXP Onshore EPC project in all SHES related disciplines and scope of work. Shall be flexible and team-orientated. Act as the key focal point for all SHES compliance field issues.
2. Manages the onboarding of EPC CONTRACTOR, Subcontractors and Vendors to site, ensuring all relevant SHES requirements are met prior to the start of site works.
3. Champion on-site SHES awareness and safe performance with CONTRACTOR and among PMT. Daily attendance of Tool-Box Talks (TBT) and Task Instructions (TI), providing coaching and leadership to CONTRACTOR and its SUBCONTRACTOR(s) to ensure this fundamental communication tools are used to its optimum levels.
4. Provide oversight and guidance for site SHES and Regulatory compliance and performance during project fieldwork including compliance to RLC regulatory requirements. Review and comment on CONTRACTOR SHES Plan and key supporting documents
5. Coordinate SHES site resource planning, assignment, oversight and performance reviews. Provide mentoring and promote development of COMPANY and CONTRACTOR SHES personnel.
6. Use networking, influencing skills, negotiation skills, and technical knowledge to help establish direction and culture for the NFXP Onshore project EPC construction site. Support and promote the project Observation & Intervention program and the Incident and Injury Free (IIF) program.
7. Liaise with internal/external groups as and when required, e.g. QG Operations, Major Projects, CONTRACTOR, SUBCONTRACTOR(s), RLC, and QP etc. Manage SHES related interface with RLC on behalf of CONTRACTOR when required.
8. Participate in relevant site safety reviews, walkthroughs and audits as required. Participate in pre-start up safety reviews. Participate in SHES assessments and inspections.
9. Ensure SIMOPS and relevant SHES programs for Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning and start-up are in place and complied with.
Ensure the continual improvement of the CONTRACTOR SHES management system. Pro-active identification of negative trends which requires corrective action and remediation.