Wells H&S Advisor

British Petroleum (BP)
Muscat, Oman

Ref: KP754-151
British Petroleum (BP)

The Role

The Role

BP is constantly exploring new ways to satisfy the world's growing demand for energy. Clearly it's no small task. With the world's most extensive hydrocarbon asset base behind us, new exploration opportunities in the North Sea, Russia, China and Australia, and a focus on operational safety - we're stepping up our search for more of the industry's leading Health, Safety & Environmental talent.

With even more exciting oil and gas projects in the pipeline, BP is the perfect place to hone your specialist H&S Management and Technical skills in a unique and positive culture. To progress in a business where we take care of our people, where ideas and careers grow, and where talent is rewarded. We have an opportunity in the Middle East Region for a Muscat based Wells H&S Advisor.

Health & Safety Advisors reporting through and providing leadership in embedded H&S teams within the regional production performance unit (RPU).

Accountabilities include:

*Supporting line operations in overseeing the safety and well being (Occupational Health & Industrial Hygiene) of the GWO workforce and monitoring the effectiveness of the supporting HSSE processes and systems including application at wells sites.

Key Responsibilities include:

*Coach leadership in driving safe, healthy, secure & environmentally responsible operations

*Contribute to the formulation of the annual Safety and Operational Risk Operating Plan through identification and assessment of risks, performance delivery and performance improvement opportunities

*Provide sufficient resources to manage HSSE risks and deliver performance improvement

*Contribute to defining the required HSSE competencies and training for direct reports.

*Assist in the development of and conduct H&S training

*Monitor workforce understanding & implementation of HSSE regulatory & BP requirements and local procedures & practices

*Share and incorporate internal and external learnings

*Ensure goods, equipment & services provided by suppliers, contractors & other parties meet contractual & BP requirements. Participate in the development of bridging documents.

*Participate in assigned investigations to determine immediate & system causes of incidents and corrective actions. Close-out personally assigned actions on time.

*Develop & maintain HSSE Emergency Response capability.

*Perform Health and Safety assessments to assure compliance and drive risk reduction & performance improvement



*Supervisory experience in HSE / Operations line role

*Experience acting as a lead investigator

*Experience leading risk assessments

*Team player - able and capable to inspire colleagues in cross-cultural situations.

*A high degree of interpersonal and persuasive skills and proven ability to work unsupervised.

*Demonstrable training, coaching and presentation skills.

*Ability to communicate clearly and authoritatively on HSE matters.

*Ability to proactively look for unidentified risks, in addition to addressing the more obvious risk areas.

*Must be experienced in planning, developing, organizing and carrying out all types HSSE programs with a track record of delivery and driving tasks to completion.

*High proficiency in both Arabic and English languages.

*Ability to travel internationally for extended periods of time.

*In depth understanding of bridging documentation development and implementation.

About the Company

About the Company

Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of nearly 80,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 80 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.
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