Head, Health, Safety and Environment

Transnational Corporation Plc

To design, implement, communicate and coordinate all environmental, health and safety programmes which bear critical importance to TUPL’s objectives, operations, and profitability and ensure compliance to health and safety procedures and regulations.

Responsibilitie(s):

  • Develop and implement HSE policies, standards and procedures
    • Review and update HSE rules and standards in line with national legislation and developments in the `power sector
    • Conduct periodic audits of TUPL’s operations against industry best practices and regulatory standards to identify compliance gaps and work with the businesses to develop action plans to close gaps, if any
    • Support business tender processes by providing HSE policies, documents, and statistics where requested
    • Monitor compliance with HSE policies e.g. Accident/Incident Reporting, Work Permit,Environmental Conformance, etc.
    • Develop performance standards to measure successful implementation of the HSE management system and the performance of contractors
    • Develop and maintain an audit plan for HSE processes and operational activities to ensure continuous improvementReview and upgrade the HSE policy manual, and ensures that all staff are kept informed of new requirements
    • Develop HSE training requirements and ensures adequate training is in place for all employees and contractors
    • Provide HSE advice to the management and staff and executes line responsibility.
    • Organise periodic awareness and enlightenment programmes for Company’s managers and staff to enhance knowledge and understanding of HSE responsibilities within areas of operational responsibility
    • Represent TUPL on HSE committees and manages liaison with regulatory agencies and safety associations.
    • Raise requisitions for the provision of necessary Personal Protective Equipment e.g. safety/security gadgets, clothing and equipment and ensures the functionality of all safety equipment.
    • Supervise the implementation and maintenance of Occupational Health and Safety standardsLiaise with Heads of Departments to drive the implementation of HSE policies and requirements across all Business Units
    • Ensure that the site clinic, first aid facilities, requirements and emergency transportation are in compliance with the applicable laws and requirements.
    • Liaise with regulatory bodies, Government agencies, community groups, consultants and give advice on relevant incidents (i.e. fire, large spills, and injury)
    • Fully utilize all assistance available from Provincial, State and Federal labor departments and safety councils on matters pertaining to safety and health.
    • Coordinate a prompt and timely response to accident cases, liaising with hospitals and security bodies where necessary and gives feedback to Management
    • Ensure all HSE incidents and complaints are documents and duly investigated
    • Track all wastes generated in our operations from cradle to grave using a waste management tracking process.
    • Review safety reports from HSE team and prepares a consolidated report for presentation to Management.

Qualification/Experience Requirement(s):

  • Minimum of first degree in Sciences or Engineering related discipline is required
    • Relevant professional certifications e.g. The Nigerian Institute of Safety Professionals or National Board for Occupational Safety and Health- International General Certificate or Nigerian Institute of Safety Professional Level 3 Certificate is required MBA or Masters in related discipline is an advantage
    • Minimum of 10 years cognate experience within the Power Industry, 3 out of which must have been in a managerial role

Summary

Job ID

611

Job Title

Head, Health, Safety and Environment

Company

Transnational Corporation Plc

Location

Ugelli - Delta State

Department/Function

NA

Job Level

Manager (Staff Supervisor/Head of Department)

Job Type

Full Time

Minimum Qualification

B.SC

Preferred Years of Experience

10

Application Deadline

-380 day(s)