Safety Lead

Location: 

Huizhou, GD, CN

Company:  ExxonMobil

 

About us

 

At ExxonMobil, our vision is to lead in energy innovations that advance modern living and a net-zero future. As one of the world’s largest publicly traded energy and chemical companies, we are powered by a unique and diverse workforce fueled by the pride in what we do and what we stand for.

 

The success of our Upstream, Product Solutions and Low Carbon Solutions businesses is the result of the talent, curiosity and drive of our people. They bring solutions every day to optimize our strategy in energy, chemicals, lubricants and lower-emissions technologies. 

 

We invite you to bring your ideas to ExxonMobil to help create sustainable solutions that improve quality of life and meet society’s evolving needs. Learn more about our What and our Why and how we can work together.

About you

 

Requirement
• Diploma and Bachelor degree or above in Engineering or Safety Engineering
• Registered safety engineers, safety professionals
• Demonstrated work experience in refining and/or chemicals operations in a safety leadership role.
• Have understanding of production principles and knowledge of refining and chemical enterprises, and be familiar with and have mastery of safety management tools;
• Have understanding of the relevant national laws and regulations on safety
• Have good communication and teamwork skills, be good at analyzing and solving problems
• English fluency in reading and writing
• Experiences in international projects, MNC or JV is an advantage

What you will do

 

Key Responsibilities
• Provide Safety / SSH&E input to project constructability plans / programs, contracting activities, and contractor selection
• Support / lead Project Management, EPC Contractor, and subcontractor organizations with the development and implementation of effective fit-for-purpose Safety /
SSH&E plans and processes consistent with EMCAPS / OIMS, site requirements, local regulations and / or Job Specification / Coordination Procedures; and monitor
program / process implementation, training.
• Assess EPC Contractor Safety / SSH&E programs against regulatory and ExxonMobil requirements, identify gaps, and advise corrective actions
• Provide assistance and participate in risk assessments, investigations, audits / assessments, and other Safety / SSH&E activities aimed at testing the health and enhancing
the effectiveness of the Safety / SSH&E programs such as Management Commitment and Leadership, Worker Involvement, Incident Prevention, and Emergency Response
/ Incident Management.
• Assist with development, sharing, and implementation of safety alerts, lessons learned, and better practices
• Maintain construction Safety / SSH&E metrics and databases; analyze and evaluate trends, identify potential improvement opportunities, and recommend / implement
performance enhancements
• Mentor and support Safety / SSH&E / construction personnel and professionals
• Interface with external construction Safety / SSH&E authorities and stay abreast of construction industry safety, health and environment advancements

Stay connected with us

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