The Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental (QHSE) Engineer works within the QHSE Department. The QHSE Department consists of a complementary team of quality, safety/marine-safety and environmental personnel.
The QHSE Engineer supports the onshore and offshore line organisation with the implementation and improvement of a multi-faceted management system. The system encompasses a safety management system component (ISM fleet management), a component for product quality management (ISO 9001) and a component for environmental management (ISO 14001).
Job objective is to support the promotion of QHSE awareness as well as implementation of the management system throughout the company.
- Provide QHSE support to commercial proposals and projects, departments and the vessels;
- Development of the required QHSE deliverables for projects;
- Providing QHSE support to projects and departments as required;
- Carry out internal and external audits as required by the management system and project (contract) requirements;
- Translate changes in legislation, standards, etc. into QHSE implications for Allseas' operations;
- Participate in incident investigation teams;
- Prepare and issue Safety Flash Reports if required;
- Provide risk assessments to projects and the vessels.
When QHSE Engineer is being assigned to one or more of the Allseas vessels, following tasks are applicable:
- Monitor status of vessel audit findings and report to Manager QHSE on monthly basis;
- Monitor vessel modifications and provide safety engineering input as appropriate (in liaison with the QHSE Engineer on the project in case it is a project specific modification);
- Contact Safety Officer on a regular basis and discuss any (non-project) items;
- Liaise with other QHSE Engineers to share lessons learned from individual vessels to identify trends; Respond to incident notification and investigation in liaison with Vessel Manager and Project QHSE Engineer;
- Maintain incident database and monitor close out of follow-up actions;
- Provide HSE related input for portcall / docking / lay-up documentation such as Emergency Bridging Documents and portcall instructions;
- Review observations entered into the Allseas Safety Awareness Programme (ASAP) database and the UA/UC/NM log on a monthly basis and provide feedback to the vessel as applicable;
- Follow up QHSE actions from the vessel HOD/SD SHE meetings and give feedback on the status of these actions.
What we expect from you
- Preferably BSc or MSc degree in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent;
- Preferably relevant experience in the offshore, petrochemical or merchant marine industry;
- Experience with QHSE management systems;
- Knowledge of occupational health and safety acts/regulations;
- Experience with root cause analysis;
- Experience with risk identification methods.
What we offer you
Working at Allseas means innovative ways of working in a dynamic, fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment, with creative thinking, collaboration and down-to-earth culture at its core.
You can expect
- competitive industry benchmarked salary and excellent pension
- performance based salary raises and bonuses
- 30 holidays days per year, flexible working hours
- extensive training and development programme, study budgets and coaching
- a company-sponsored fitness scheme
- internal clubs, committees, parties and (sportive) events
If you feel that you can contribute to our business by diving into this exciting opportunity, we are looking forward to receiving your CV and motivational letter! Please apply via the ‘Apply’ button.
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