Stolt-Nielsen USA Incorporated

  • Safety Manager

    Job Locations SG-Jurong Island, Singapore
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    EH&S
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Hours
    8
    Travel
    None
  • Overview

    This role is to ensure that the Depot complies with OHSE regulations and has a safe & clean work environment for all employees and visitors.

    Responsibilities

    • Conduct monthly safety trainings and annual safety drills at the depot. Conduct safety induction course for all new employees and visitors.
    • Ensure all safety equipment, machines and tools are checked, serviced and tested as per regulatory requirements and in-house maintenance program. 
    • Review periodically depot OHSE manual as per stipulated. Suggest to update OHSE requirements including local authorities' regulations and implement changes accordingly upon Depot Manager's approval, keeping management informed.
    • Review and make reccommendation on investigation and risk assessment outcome and of safety related incidents and keeping management informed.
    • Ensure weekly safety walk is conducted as per compliance and rectifications are completed promptly.
    • Conduct periodic review of incident trends and effectiveness of safety performance, and make recommendations for improvements.
    • Keep abreast with safety incidents and share with staffs and management and recommend preventive actions.
    • Responsible to participate in and ensure compliance with SNTG's PEP program

    Qualifications

    • Candidate must possess at least Diploma, Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (Chemical), Engineering (Environmental/Health/Safety) or equivalent.
    • At least 5 years experience in related field especially with chemical background.
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