EHS Technician – Safety

Methanol Chemicals Company (CHEMANOL)
Jubail, Saudi Arabia

Ref: MP430-03

Methanol Chemicals Company (CHEMANOL)

The Role

Responsibilities:

•To carry out Safety field audits.
•Conduct EHS training & awareness program for all employees and related contractors to •minimize EHS incidents.
•Responsible to direct the necessary actions that will prevent or reduce personal injury and property damage.
•Assist in performing contractor's EHS evaluation for Projects and Maintenance Jobs.
•Assist in Carrying out EHS incident investigation.
•Reviews all EHS monitoring equipment and insure it’s in good condition, maintained and calibrated to conduct effective monitoring.

Requirements

Qualifications:

Diploma in science with at least 2 years of experience in plant operations/maintenance and 2 year of exposure in the field of EHS OR High School Science with 2 years of experience in plant operations/maintenance and 5 years of exposures in the field of EHS.

•Knowledge and concepts of EHS System.
•Knowledge of plant operations/maintenance.
•Dissemination of Government directives.
•Industry knowledge
•Assurance of compliance
•Problem Solving

About the Company

About CHEMANOL (former Saudi Formaldehyde Chemical Company Limited) is a grass root, second generation petrochemical complex located in the Secondary Industries Park at Madinat Al Jubail Al Sinaiyah (Jubail Industrial City), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, manufacturing premium grade Methanol Derivatives, such as Aqueous & Urea Formaldehydes, Formaldehyde derivatives, super plasticizers and various Amino resins, which have a diverse applications including agricultural fertilizers, pharmaceuticals, solvents, intermediates, laminates / wood industry, plastics, paper and the production of various types of concrete admixtures.

CHEMANOL is a true manifestation of the objectives of the Saudi Ministry of Industry & Ministry of Electricity and the GCC, which jointly encourage industrial cooperation between its citizens. Chemanols business model is based on utilization of the Kingdoms natural hydrocarbon resources to achieve substitution of imports by establishing petrochemical units to manufacture downstream products and the implementation of export oriented projects using the vast industrial infrastructure made available by the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Initially developed, promoted and financed by a group of leading industrialists from the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries, Methanol Chemicals Company (CHEMANOL) has recently transformed in to a closed Saudi Joint-Stock Company.