EHS Manager

Job Overview


EHS Manager


  • Minimum bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Safety
  • Minimum 15 years experience in refinery or petrochemical plant environment health and safety
  • Strong supervisory background with sound practical experience in multi national culture.
  • English proficiency: Fluent in both speaking and writing

Minimum expectations:

  • Develop & Implement environment, health and safety policies and procedures at the project
  • Managing the operational compliance of EHS responsibilities
  • Develop and implement safety, risk and training systems
  • Promote EHS performance improvement
  • Liasing with mine and refinery management regarding environment, health & safety initiatives and concerns
  • Conducting audits and incident investigations
  • Lead the investigations of serious accidents or incidents having the potential for serious consequences, facilitate root cause analysis evaluation.
  • Audit contractor compliance, training, and record keeping
  • Coordinate the implementation of any contractor safety programs
  • Participate in the review and approval of safety health and environmental action plans and attend pre-bid and pre-job conferences
  • Coordination and supervision of EHS activities on site
  • Lead, develop and monitor performance of the mine and refinery EHS team
  • Provide guidance and training in EHS matters to client management.