HSE Coordinator : Kintore

Aberdeen, Scotland
18 May 2018
17 Jun 2018
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
As HSE Coordinator you will be required to support the HSE Engineer in maintaining and enhancing the HSE management system in line with legal and other requirements including ISE HSE Operational Requirements. Specifically, you will work closely alongside operational Cell Leaders, supporting and facilitating their activities to ensure they optimise personal and team HSE performance through; achievement of specific goals and targets, ensuring documentation, records, training and risk assessments remain relevant, current and are evolved wherever necessary to reflect changes in business processes and activities. You will also assist both the HSE Engineer and Cell Leaders to fulfil statutory and other communication and consultation obligations to staff, contractors, visitors and others including; continuous improvement data, HSE Alert information, Inductions, and issue and supervision of Permit to Work activities. Maintain fire and other monitoring records, assist in incident recording, reporting and investigation, maintain and publish HSE statistics, reports and metrics to both internal and external stakeholders as required. You will be keen to work collaboratively to see the business not just comply but excel in HSE management, and to use your keen eye for detail to ensure processes are maintained appropriately.


• Assist the HSE Engineer to maintain, develop and enhance the site's HSE management system.
• Collate HSE data and information and maintain data management and dissemination processes on site.
• Assist Cell Leaders in maintaining local HSE objectives, targets, training and competency records.
• Support Cell Leaders in maintaining suitable and sufficient risk assessments and controls and to ensure HSE obligations are understood, communicated and met.
• Facilitate all other risk assessment and monitoring activities (COSHH, Noise, Vibration, Fire, etc).
• Assist in controlling activities of contractors / visitors on site, particularly following analysis and assessment of any RAMS and competence information.
• Authorise permits to work and other relevant risk control processes as required.
• Assist in the development and maintenance of fire and emergency procedures and coordinate monitoring activities.
• Assist the HSE Engineer in initiatives to improve HSE culture and to be willing to lead such initiatives
• Assist and/or lead accident / incident investigations and associated follow-up as required.
• Coordinate Occupational Health surveillance where necessary.
• Maintain registers of legal and other requirements and assist in evolving the HSE MS to address any highlighted changes.
• Monitor that statutory inspections / thorough examinations are undertaken within the correct timescales and all recommendations and actions are addressed in a timely manner.
• Undertake internal HSE audits and inspections.
• Deputise in the absence of the HSE Engineer including liaising with enforcement authorities such as the Health and Safety Executive, Local authority, SEPA and Scottish Water as required.
• All other reasonable duties as assigned as and when business requirements dictate.



• Desire and ability to assist, coach and facilitate individuals at all levels to achieve goals (Approachability / Customer Focus)
• An ability to understand, evaluate and apply technical information (Functional / Technical skills)
• An ability to identify and suggest solutions that are effective in addressing issues (Decision Quality & Problem Solving)
• Display a strong attention to detail and desire for thoroughness (Attention to detail)

• Able to apportion time effectively to complete tasks (Priority Setting)
• Willingness to provide staff with the information they need to complete tasks and eliminate roadblocks (Informing others)
• Able to communicate in a simple, 'to the point' way, tailoring the message to the audience. (Communication)
• Able to work within established business processes, with an eye to development for future requirements (Process Management)
• Self-starter who is equally comfortable working independently and as part of a team to achieve goals (Process Management)

• To be able to cope with being challenged and to resolve conflicts effectively (Conflict Management)

Will be energised by challenges and drawn towards opportunities (Action Oriented)

Personal and Interpersonal
• Strong sense of customer focus (internal/external) (Customer Focus)
• Committed to self-improvement and development through the role in order to achieve career goals (Self-development)
• Is known to consistently adhere to ethical principles and expects others to follow suit (Ethics & Values)
• A candid team player who collaborates with peers to solve problems (Understanding others)





• Minimum of NEBOSH General Certificate

• IOSH and IEMA membership or appropriate professional HSE management qualifications

• Full, current driving licence


• Health and Safety administrator / coordinator role within an engineering or manufacturing sector.

• Experience of undertaking and coordinating risk assessments and associated actions

• Incident investigation and root cause analysis.

• Auditing experience.

Skills, training or special knowledge

• Computer literacy (including good command of Microsoft Office Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook)

• Working knowledge of HSE legislation.

• Good understanding of management systems such as ISO9001, 14001 and/or OHSAS 18001

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