REPORTS TO: Offshore Installation Manager


LOCATION: Offshore Newfoundland

TYPE OF RIG: Semisubmersible


JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for the coordination of all QHSE efforts on board the unit. Supports rig leadership and crews by providing practical input to all aspects of QHSE operations but not limited to safety, training and compliance issues.


  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Four plus years? experience with a strong emphasis on safety leadership or supervisory experience
  • Offshore experience considered an asset
  • Advanced Computer Skills
  • Recognized external certificates as applicable to position (i.e. NEBOSH, COSS)
  • Able to operate software application as applicable to position. Possess the ability to effectively communicate and influence leadership in a positive manner. Strong observational, analytical and presentation skills and be proficient in verbal and written English language skills and able to effectively communicate with all crew members
  • Must pass Physical, Drug Screen and Background/Pre-Employment Screening Checks.
  • Complete competency requirements for current position and work towards gaining competency in the next position



  • Effectively use and promote all safety and environmental tools which include management of change, Work Permit, TBRA, OBS, 4-Point Check etc.
  • Responsible for training and instruction in the six Safety Critical Procedures
  • Responsible for administration of the Synergi tracking system onboard and Total Management System Application (TMS)
  • Knowledge in the Environmental Management System (EMS) to record any discrepancy or non-compliance
  • Responsible for coordination and recording of all onboard safety training and e-learning for client
  • Work with HR Lead to monitor, coordinate, and track rig personnel’s training and development in order to maintain training compliance as per company requirements
  • Maintain compliance programs established by the Client and Governmental agencies
  • Participate and assist in development and training of emergency response teams as per Station Bill
  • Assist local safety committee delegates with safety related matters
  • Support the development and implementation of QHSE practices and behaviors required for safe operations onboard the unit
  • Conduct daily audits and weekly safety inspections with the relevant supervisors
  • Coach people in planning work, identifying risks, communicating, problem solving, and safety leadership
  • Knowledgeable about behavioral processes and procedures used to identify potentially unsafe hazards or conditions. Able to identify and react accordingly to eliminate these hazards or conditions
  • Other Duties as assigned



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