The purpose of this role is to manage the HSE function in one or more project teams right from the start until mobilization to the field and potentially during execution in the field.
The role supports the local office and/or project management and project sites with advice, preparation and execution of the project activities in line with policies and management system.
The role contributes to continuous improvement of a culture where prevention of human injury, environmental degradation and unsafe working conditions/practices are part of the core values
The HSE Manager has daily contact with project and construction management in support of the project activities. The formal reporting line is through regional HSE management. Depending on the project portfolio the HSE Manager reports to the HSE Field Operations Manager
Manage a portfolio of small to mid-size projects and support the local teams with development and implementation of Fluor HSE management systems and processes. Typical activities include selection of project HSE site team, interfacing with clients and others stakeholders in early stages of projects, setup of a project HSE management system, setup of a site administration, perform site visits and follow-up of incidents.
Draft project HSE budgets, staffing requirements and staffing schedules in support of estimating/proposals and the planning & control cycle. This includes supporting project and office HSE-procurement related activities.
Preparation of, and participation in internal- and external audits (VCA-p, ISO45001 and ISO14001).
Development, customization and implementation of HSE programs and other HSE-related initiatives in offices and projects in line with Fluor's health, safety & environmental and sustainability policies and corporate requirements. This includes site-based HSE orientation and training programs, recognition and awards programs to increase awareness and promote a safe and productive work environment.
Run gap analyses to identify and address program gaps that may occur between Company practices, client requirements, and regulatory/legislative requirements in order to confirm that the project conforms to Company, client and regulatory/legislative requirements.
Report periodically and ad-hoc to HSE systems and the Regional HSE Lead and liaise with Client and Contractor organizations as required.
Stay up-to-date with latest industry-wide HSE-related information and technologies as well as new regulations and trends through continuing education, attending conferences, and continues to develop in-house knowledge.
Bachelor degree (or equivalent through experience) in a relevant discipline.
Qualifications within Health, Safety & Environment (HVK, Preventie adviseur 1, or other equivalent EU recognized qualifications.).
At least 8 years of work-related experience in petrochemical industry.
Preferably experience with small to medium sized projects, and management of stakeholders and direct reports at various locations.
Experience with ISO45001/VCA standards and audits.
Ability to communicate effectively at various organizational levels.
Knowing how to find and apply regulatory EU requirements concerning temporary construction sites and knowledge of applicable local, state/province, and federal/national statutory requirements and guidelines.
Ability to plan ahead and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner.
Candidate preferably live in the Amsterdam area.
40 hours per week. Occasional travelling is expected.
Formal HSE qualifications are a must (HVK / PA1 / NEBOSH / IOSH).
Required language skills: Dutch and/or English. German, French or any other European language is considered a plus.
Computer literate in common software such as MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, etc.
Sense for diplomacy and mediation skills.
Abstract thinking and reasoning ability.
Strong organizational skills
Capable of establishing and maintaining long term relationships with client representatives/peers.