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HSEQ Engineer

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: : BBBH134070
  • Location: Scotland, Aberdeen
  • Sector: Craft Services, Oil and Gas
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Date posted: 03/10/2018
This vacancy has now expired.

Key Responsibilities

  • Responsible for provision of Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality Assurance advice and support to Fleet units and in country operational offices;
  • To administer OI Performance Standards on behalf of the HSEQ Manager;
  • Responsible for seeking improvements to OIMS (Operational Integrity Management System);
  • Responsible for follow-up and resolving actions from audits and incident investigations;
  • To monitor Fleet operational compliance to internal and relevant national and international HSEQ standards and legislation;
  • To manage internal and external HSEQ Interfaces;
  • To maintain the Emergency Response and Security Plans for the FPSO and in country operational office(s).

Main tasks

  • Develops and maintains HSEQ procedures and forms for the FPSO and in country operational office(s);
  • Reviews incident reports and assists in identifying direct, indirect and root causes and actions to enable effective close-outs;
  • Leads or participates in Incident Investigations;
  • Monitors incident cases and reports to establish developing trends;
  • Reviews observation cards to ensure quality and quantity are adequately maintained and for trends and escalation to Synergi Case(s);
  • Develops internal HSE Alerts;
  • As appropriate, approves or rejects Management of Change and Deviation Requests from an HSEQ perspective;
  • Provides assistance in the Vendor site verification audits;
  • Participates in HAZIDs, HAZOPs and safety studies;
  • Represents the client with consultants, authorities and clients on HSEQ matters when required;
  • Establishes a strong working relationship, interaction and dialogue with the offshore personnel;
  • Assists in initiatives towards enhancement and implementation of a proactive Safety Culture;
  • Oversees Emergency Response Management planning, training and exercises
  • Ensures adequate Occupational Health provisions are in place;
  • Identifies and handles unacceptable conditions, discrepancies, non-conformities and opportunities for improvements to ensure that lessons learned are properly identified, controlled and communicated.

Education & Qualifications

  • Diploma in Mechanical, Environmental, Technical, Marine or Process Engineering;
  • Formal qualifications in health and safety management;
  • Relevant experience may replace formal qualifications;


  • Minimum 5 years' experience in the offshore FPSO industry;
  • Procedures and documentation development and review;
  • Internal auditing;
  • Able to travel to offshore locations and in-country base offices;
  • Able to obtain OGUK or equivalent medical clearance and BOSIET certification.

Personal skills

  • Team player;
  • Proactive and able to work independently, applying a structured and systematic approach;
  • Strong communication skills; able to ask relevant questions and provide thorough explanations;
  • Able to deliver high quality work on time;
  • Able to research practical solutions to operational challenges;
  • Able to work in a multidisciplinary, multinational environment;
  • Fluent in the English language (oral and written);
  • Quality management processes;
  • Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality aspects in an operational environment;
  • Classification Society and Flag State rules and regulations, SOLAS, MARPOL, STCW, etc;

For more information about this role please contact our Manchester office