26th Nov 2021
To remain compliant with ISM, TMSA, ISO Standards, Company Safety Management System (SMS) must be maintained for Ship Management Offices and Management Fleet. HSEQ Superintendent role is to provide HSEQ advice to Fleet Groups and Vessels as required using their professional knowledge, onboard experience and implementing and maintaining the certifications of vessels to the requirements of the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention, ISO Standards and TMSA Requirements.
Key Duties & Responsibilities
- Implementing International Safety Management (ISM) Code and other shipboard audits to achieve and maintain accreditation in accordance with legislative requirements.
- Providing an audit function for shipboard audits in accordance with the requirements of the Company’s Management System.
- Assisting with accident and/or incident investigations, recording the details and preparing any associated report(s).
- Preparing accident/incident statistics as required by Line Manager and Senior Management.
- Co-ordinate the preparation of the Quarterly and Annual HSEQ Reports.
- Behaviour Based Safety observations analysis and feedback reporting.
- Responding to Safety Committee Meetings as required by the Fleet Groups.
- Identifying documentation amendments/revisions to meet identified needs in the development of the Company’s Management System.
- Liaising with classification societies and flag state administrations on matters related to the Company Safety Management System as required by Line Manager and Senior Management.
- Conducting HSEQ inductions for new Senior Officers and HSEQ briefings with visiting Senior Officers.
- Any other duties as required by the Company’s Senior Management.
- Interviewing sea staff recruits within their area(s) of expertise as requested by the Personnel Department.
- Occasional business travel as required.
- Emergency Role: Member of the Casualty Response Team.
- HND or Degree or equivalent in related discipline
- Deck or Engineer Officer (Class II)
- Experience at sea, Sailing as a Senior Deck Officer or Senior Marine Engineer.
- Lead Auditor Qualification preferable but not essential
- NEBOSH Diploma or Diploma in Safety Management
- Previous experience with Health and Safety systems and a strong understanding of the key concepts of Health & Safety.
- Experience running Health and Safety training programs
- Experience working within the Marine / Shipping Industry. Knowledge of ISM and ISO standards and codes
- Knowledge of Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis
- Knowledge of TMSA and other audit practices.
- Strong organisation, analytical and communication skills.
- Ability to work in a team as well as autonomously.
- Proven ability to work to targets and deadlines.
Closing date: 26th Nov 2021