Offshore Medic / HSEA

Location: Offshore

A growing Oil & Gas company based in Norwich is currently seeking an experienced Offshore Medic / HSEA to join their team. The successful candidate, will be based primarily offshore, working a two on two off (2/2) rota.

This is a great opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic individual to be a member of the QSSHE team. You will promote, develop and maintain a Health, Safety and Environmentally aware Asset using combined specialist knowledge of team members. Alongside the medical aspect of this role, you will also have the proven ability to deliver a high level of safety support and coaching to management & personnel alike. You are also expected to ensure regulatory and legislative compliance with regards to, Health, Safety & Environment.

Key Responsibilities Include:
• To provide comprehensive Medic and Occupational Heath function to the Platform and associated NUI’s, to include:
• Provision of Emergency medical response, Primary Medical care and pre hospital life support.
• Ensure adequate resources of medical equipment and consumables are available to cover all foreseeable platform requirements
• Provide clinical service for routine illness and minor injury
• Focal point for RIDDOR reporting
• Manual Handling Coordinator/ Trainer
• COSHH coordinator
• Noise at work Appointed person
• HAV’s focal point
• DSE / Ergonomic assessor
• Asbestos focal point.
• Potable water focal point
• Radiation Protection Supervisor
• Stress management.
• Ensure all duties relating to occupational health Hygiene and safety are carried out effectively and efficiently.
• Regulations, policies, plans & reports (internal and external)
• Carry out induction and orientation training for new starts and visitors. Communicate and implement HSE policies, site standards and objectives, management arrangements, and contribute to HSE performance, as a position holder and as an individual.
• Administration and reporting on progress relating to the POST system. Maintain records and produce reports. Coach and engage the crew.
• Supervision of personnel engaged in all aspects of maintenance and overhaul of any lifesaving and firefighting appliances.
• To provide health, safety and environmental advice in all matters relating to Planned Shutdowns, Vessel outages, Tank entry, etc.
• An active member of all risk assessment discussions.
• Support safety meetings to ensure key HSE issues are communicated.
• Deliver and coach others on the commitments in QSSHE plans.
• Have a good knowledge of the external regulations, Approved codes of practice and all areas of HSE work on the platform.
• Familiarise with the platform and associated NUI’s Safety Cases
• Support personnel where required on systems such as MOI, PTRAC, SEVRON, Asbestos Permit to Work etc.
• Support the platform personnel and coach where required on the POST, SOC, and DRR.
• Responsible for the effective management of HSE and for coordinating activities in this respect, particularly as regards self-regulation and audit.
• Act as an individual champion for HSE issues
• Support the preparation and practice of emergency exercises, testing against ERP procedures.
• Act as co-ordinator of Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) activities, waste management, (advice only on shipment of hazardous goods by sea and air).
• Undertake environmental inspections and compliance assurance
• Act as focal point for all environmental issues
• Work closely with the onshore Environmental Specialist



Safety Critical Tasks:

Incident and Accident Investigation: Incident and accident investigation – Be able to thoroughly investigate the more serious incident and accidents to ensure lessons are learned and manage our reputation with the regulators



Industrial Hygiene - Breaking Containment: This element covers the calibration, use and interpretation of industrial hygiene equipment



Offshore Sickbay and Emergency Medical Equipment: This element covers the maintenance of offshore sick bay and emergency medical equipment to a standard required to enable a fast response in the event of an emergency.

Safety Leader: Safety Leader (Maintain safety culture) – Provide safety leadership to the onshore or offshore teams by making the appropriate interventions to prevent unsafe situations or unacceptable risks being taken whilst ensuring work is carried out efficiently. Need to challenge traditional thinking where appropriate

The ideal candidate will have an Offshore Medic Certificate as well as an Offshore Survival to OGUK Standard. You will also ideally have Occupational Hygiene Qualifications and a NEBOSH Health and Safety certificate.

How To Apply:
Send your application with CV To: xxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxx.co.uk

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