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Safety Training Manager Job

Graham Marshall - Friday, December 28, 2012

We're actively seeking an entrepreneurial individual to take over the running of our training program.

The position requires a long term commitment and it will be compensated by a salary, a profit share, and we’re open to discussing an equity stake in the business for the right person.

We’re looking for someone to take our training program wherever they see the opportunities!

What we can provide

We’re very small but we've been offering a World-class suite of hazard and risk management training programs to the international oil and gas Exploration and Production sector.

We also have customers in mining, shipping, transportation and other “higher-risk” industries.

We’ve been very “niche” within the industry, but we are well known for specializing in hazard and risk management training.

We think we’re highly-regarded within the industry and our previous and existing customer base includes Shell, Hess Corp, Woodside, Santos and Eni.

Our training program includes modules in Stepback, JHA, Qualitative Risk Assessment, HazID and HazOp.  We've also offered specialist courses in incident investigation and managing HSE risks in contracts.

About You

We expect that you will already have a working knowledge of the hazard and risk management requirements within the international oil and gas EP industry and across the project life-cycle; including drilling, completions, construction, production, work-over and abandonment. 

You’ll need experience with both onshore work as well as offshore (marine) oil field work.

We also expect that you’ll have the skills to be able to run a small consultancy business and grow the business according to high moral standards, and in your own chosen direction.

What you’ll need on the HSE side

Firstly, you’ll need to be able to generate cash-flow by pitching for work and then delivering against a job-scope.  Without that skill, you’re a non-starter!

You’ll need to be able to work as a highly competent and well-regarded safety professional. 

For this “applied” part of the role, you’ll already know about OSHA requirements for US operations and the “safety case regime” for nearly everywhere else we work.

You’ll need proficiency in a range of hazard and risk management tools including “Stepback”, JSA, Risk Assessment, HazID, HazOp etc.

We’d also expect that the right person would meet some of the following requirements:

• Know about safety culture improvement strategies;

• Know about incident investigation methods;

• Be able to facilitate HSE training; and

• Be able to facilitate the use of risk management tools.

You’ll also need to be available for national and international travel from your home base.

Expected Qualifications

We’re not married to the idea that you’ll have loads of paper-qualifications; but we’re expecting that the right-person to take our business forward will probably meet some of the following expectations:

• International experience in the international EP sector across the full project life-cycle;

• An engaging personality;

• Very high-level of personal presentation together with associated skills;

• Facilitation of workshops expertise;

• Existing Management or Supervisory experience;

• An interest in safety culture;

• Experience working with people in a variety of environments including  office staff, supply base, land rigs, offshore platforms and rigs, ships, mines and road-transport operations;

• Minimum 5-10 years work experience in the EP sector.

• Advanced knowledge of HSE risk management tools and their proper usage; and

• Leadership development experience.

Applications from people holding Australian, UK or USA passports would be welcome.

What to do next

If you're interested in the role, send an email from our "contact us" page and tell us why you'd be the right person to manage our training programm.

Include with your email an attached Curriculum Vitae in PDF format.



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