Chevron Canada Job Postings
HES Field Representative (Contract)
Location: Calgary, AB
Posting Start Date: November 22, 2012
Posting Closing Date: December 5, 2012
Chevron Canada Resources (CCR) is currently seeking a bright and talented individual to join their HES team as an HES Field Representative Contractor in support of its business efforts in Calgary and Fox Creek, Alberta. In this contract role, the successful candidate will provide onsite support for CCR’s contractors through conducting orientations and verifying training requirements; conduct safety and environmental Inspections. This includes working with the Drilling project teams in Alberta. The ideal candidate will have effective communication, coaching and influencing skills, as they will be required to work with a number of individuals in and out of the organization.
Office Based Activities
- Identify and complete Chevron required training; ie., RSI, HazID, Facilitator/Awareness, Emergency Management, etc.
- HES Assurance Plan review and amendments
- Participate in Contactor Selection Process as required
- RFP Evaluations
- Conduct Contractor site audits based on Pre-mobilization Verification Guide
- Verify ISN or PQF responses
- Identify issues requiring mitigation plans
- Work with contractors to develop Mitigation Plans where required
- Verification of adequacy of contractors JSA process (JSA verification checklist)
- Participate in Risk Assessments, I-HazID’s Incident Investigations as required
Field Based Activities
- Attend daily HES meetings with contractor groups and develop a short synopsis of discussions and log in Daily HES Report.
- Provide orientations to contractors (and visitors) coming to the site, and verify training requirements with them as appropriate.
- Chair Joint HES Committee meetings
- Daily rig and construction site tours (multiple) to attend pre-job planning meetings and job debrief, and validation of safe work permits, JSA’s, Mitigation Plans discussions, etc…
- Daily tours of Completions activities (multiple) to attend pre-job planning meetings and job debriefs, and validation of safe work permits, JSA’s, Mitigation Plans discussions, etc…
- Ensure environmental reporting is conducted in a timely manner, capturing waste disposal and water withdrawal/diversion data.
- Conduct safety and environmental inspections in cooperation with contractor company(s)
- Ensure appropriate levels of risk assessment are done and actions are taken to address issues arising from HazIDs, JSA, BBS Observations, Stop Work Authorities, etc…
- Provide support to Senior DSM on communication of HES expectations to contractor staff in terms of;
- Operational Excellence Management System (OEMS),
- Operational Discipline (OD)
- Stop Work Authority (SWA)
- Management of Safe Work (MSW),
- Motor Vehicle Safety (MVS),
- Short Service Employees/Mentors (SSE),
- Drug and Alcohol Policy (D&A),
- Fitness for Duty (FFD),
- Behavior-Based Safety (BBS),
- Emergency Response/Management (EM),
- Raise visibility of CHESM process at a field level by evaluating level of compliance with Mitigation Plans where individual contractor(s) were required to develop and implement same.
- Immediate notification to Senior DSM, D&C Lead HES Specialist of incidents (safety/environmental) at work site as per KD Incident Notification Protocol.
- Investigation of incidents requiring a 5-Why report, and provide reports to II&R Advisor and the D&C HES Specialist
- Participate in Incident Investigation Teams requiring a Why-Tree investigation report (Level II, and III). Work with CBU II&R Process Advisor to develop investigation report.
- Compile data for daily HES report to be sent to project team for morning review
- Promote and demonstrate the value of E-Colors, and work with crews to understand the E-Colors process, and the links between E-Colors and BBS.
- The ideal candidate must have a minimum of a high school diploma with a minimum of 5 years as a practicing safety professional in a field environment, and experience with drilling operations will be considered an asset.
- Preference will be given to those individuals with an OHS Certificate, a CRSP, CHSC or equivalent designation.
- The candidate must be familiar with modern safety management philosophies (Behvioral Based Safety, Risk Assessment, Incident Investigation, etc…)
- Must have a high level of interpersonal communications skills and be able to work in a fast paced remote industrial environment.
- Must have all the requisite safety training required to work in a drilling environment (WHMIS, H2S, Standard First Aid, etc…)
CCR recognizes that diversity is key to our business success and is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, including performance based incentives.
Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resume in confidence by December 5, 2012 to E-mail: email@example.com with HES Representative (Contactor) in the subject Line.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.