Weatherford QHSE ADVISOR in AL KHOBAR, Saudi Arabia
Basic Function: The functions include monitoring and enhancement of the company’s QHSE Management System. To satisfy these functions, facilitates and advises with respect to Inspection, Audit, Emergency Exercise, Training and Communication Programmes.
Duties, Responsibilities & Accountabilities:
Maintains Weatherford's Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) management programs (8 GEMS and 4 TENETS) and their associated 'Rules to Live By'
ensuring that processes needed for the quality management system are established, implemented,
Prepare procedures and work instructions for the company’s Quality, health and safety programme, which must meet quality and certification in API Q1, ISO 9001:2008, 14001 and 18001.
Maintains a QHSE support to the operational line on Company locations.
Ensuring initiation of actions to minimize the likelihood of occurrences of non-conformities.
Ensure that QHSE non-conformities are reported to QHSEM, on a timely basis, utilising the established procedures.
Ensuring the promotion of awareness of customer requirements.
Reporting to top management on the performance of the IMS and any need for improvement
Encouraging personal HSE awareness among individual Company employees, the collective work- force and any personnel contracted to, or visiting a Company location/ facility
Assisting the line in regular inspections and audits at the facility.
Maintains a follow-up record for the close-out of recommended corrective actions arising from internal / external audits, incidents, near misses, HSE hazards alerts, inspections, audits and emergency exercises.
Assists the line at all times for the investigation of incidents, near misses and HSE hazards.
Regularly attends QHSE meetings.
Promptly and professionally responding to all reports of unsafe conditions, unsafe activities, incidents and near misses which are observed or received from Company employees or third parties.
Responding promptly and professionally to requests from the operational line with regard to assistance in the investigation of incidents, near misses and HSE hazards.
Monitoring safety and emergency equipment, whether portable or installed, to ensure said equipment is maintained by the line in a safe operable condition, and that such equipment is correctly used.
Monitoring all facilities, tools and equipment, in use within the areas visited to ensure the latter are maintained by the line in a safe operable condition.
Apply risk management techniques to identify the HSE risks and hazards from operational activities.
Ensure compliance with HSE standards and regulations.
Advise on the establishment and monitoring of QHSE Performance Indicators against targets and informing the trends to the QHSE.
Facilitate and attend QHSE Meetings.
Ensure the application and integrity of QHSE-OEPS at locations and ensure the compliance.
As a part of QHSE Team, ensure OEPS is understood & adhered to by all staff.
To update any QHSE management system documents maintain by weatherford Saudi Arabia / Weatherford Alrushaid ltd.
To stop any activities those affect Health, safety, environmental issues and suggest solutions for improvement.
To raise CPAR on any non-compliance and assign responsible personnel to initiate corrective Preventive actions.
Intermediate skills at using Microsoft Office suite Critical thinking/reasoning ability Ability to collaborate with others and have good team building skills Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner Ability to analyze and trend statistical data Thorough knowledge of Quality regulatory/legal requirements in the Country/Area of operation Excellent presentation and facilitation skills and the ability to communicate with large groups of people Sound understanding and practical application of financial processes Sound understanding and practical application of human resource processes Preferred
Intermediate skills using Weatherford's enterprise systems (WPTS, eDMS, Weatherford's Document Distribution System, etc.) MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Engineering degree NEBOSH IGC or Regional equivalent
Tertiary education ANY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Valid driver's license Physical ability to respond to emergency situations Ability to travel globally (short duration)
Oil & Gas back ground and working with drilling contractors and previous MENA experience.
Degree / Diploma in mechanical Engineering or similar degree.
Required Experience: Worked previously in Quality HSE roles for 5 years minimum Preferred