HSE Coordinator – Port Elizabeth – Eastern Cape

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HSE Coordinator – Port Elizabeth – Eastern Cape

HSE Coordinator – Port Elizabeth – Eastern Cape
R25-35K Per Month

Job Purpose:
Maintain the company’s Environmental (ISO14001) and Health & Safety (18001) Management Systems. Conduct and close-out of internal EHS audits, coordinate external audits, ensure legal compliance to SHE requirements relevant to applicable laws and by-laws. Suitable candidates from the manufacturing industry will take preference.

Duties & Responsibilities:

• Systems: Assist QSHER Manager with the maintenance of quality management systems, with particular emphasis on the periods leading up to 3rd party audits.

Customer Focus
• To ensure customer needs are identified and satisfied
• Satisfy internal & external customers with delivery and EHS requirements.
• Explore potential business opportunities.

Environment, Health & Safety
• Critical Success Factors: Maintain Safety Score at greater than 95% and Incident Rate at less than 0.9 (monthly actual & 12 month consolidated).
• Disabling Injuries: Maintain & improve upon DI-free man-hour status (1st milestone 1 000 000 hours).
• Risk Management Audits: Maintain annual Risk Management Audit A-Rating, and improve upon individual section scores in audits.
• Ergonomics: Complete all 3 phases of ergonomic assessments as required (and ensure actions are completed) in the processes of the facility.
• ISO 14001: Ensure ongoing organizational compliance with environmental management system requirements.
• OHSAS 18001: Ensure ongoing organizational compliance with environmental management system requirements
• Insurance: Establish and implement action plans for Port Elizabeth on the findings from the annual Factory Mutual risk/insurance audit.
• Audits: Refresh Machine Safety Assessments/Machine Guarding Surveys for the facility as a whole on an annual basis.
• SOP: Publish monthly reports.
• Training: Define and roll-out organizational training plan on inter alia; Corporate EHS Policy, EHS Awareness/Induction, EHSMS Systems, Significant Aspects/Impacts, EHS Representatives, Fire Fighting, First Aid, Spill Control, Hazardous Chemical Substances, Incident Investigation. Plan EHS training activities together with production personnel to minimize the impact on operational activities and outputs.
• Safe Written Work Procedures: Review all SWWP’s on an annual basis. Review suitability and appropriateness of PPE at similar intervals.
• Safety Standards: Review all Safety Standards on an annual basis.
• Emergency Preparedness: Review Emergency Preparedness and Response Plans, as well as Business Continuity Plans on a quarterly basis. Establish and implement a twice-yearly drill schedule to verify preparedness.
• Investigations: Champion all investigations into accidents, incidents and near misses.
• External Communication: Represent Port Elizabeth at local interest group meetings, customers and suppliers.
• Legal Requirements: Track changes in national, provincial & municipal EHS legislation and liaise directly with statutory bodies when required. Incorporate requirements into the appropriate documentation. Initiate formal review twice per annum.
• Other Requirements: Identify all current external (Customer & Corporate) EHSMS requirements & incorporate these into the appropriate documentation. Initiate formal review twice per annum.
• AIC (EHS Corporate Reporting System): Report through to Corporate at the required intervals via the medium of AIC.
• Sub Contractors: Control the EHS aspects of the activities of sub contractors on site.
• EHS Impact Assessments: For any new or modified products or processes assist in conducting a full review with the appropriate documentation prior to commissioning or use.
• Aspects/Impacts Register: Review on an annual basis, or whenever there has been a significant change.
• OHS Act Surveys: On receipt of the reports from occupational/industrial hygienist, establish and implement action plans from the findings, and drive via the medium of the EHS Committee.
• Audits: Design and drive a suitable programme of EHS systems audits. Communicate audit findings in an accurate, detailed and timely fashion. Schedule follow-up audits to ensure findings are closed out within defined time period.
• Corrective Action Reports: Issue CAR’s where appropriate for incidents, near misses, system non- conformances, and to highlight opportunities for improvement. Confirm permanent close out, and suitability of corrective/preventive action on all reports within stipulated time period.
• Communication: Communicate key EHS performance metrics throughout the organization in a timely fashion.

Cost Control
• Overtime: Maintain overtime within budgetary constraints.
• Annual testing: Stay within budget of pre-determined annual test plan

Management of Subordinates
• Integrity: Operate within the framework of Corporate & Site HR Policy, & national labour legislation.
• Values: Visibly uphold Core Values.
• Teamwork: Co-operate with peers within other departments to achieve overall manufacturing goals.
• Training: Define personal training needs in line with organizational requirements.
• Personnel: Assist QSHER Manager with all issues pertaining to discipline and disposition of the QSHER staff so as to maintain QSHE and manufacturing objectives.

Qualification / Experience / Skills
• A minimum requirement of 5 years experience.
• Matric; A National Higher diploma is a minimum requirement
• Relevant EHS qualifications

www.complement.co.za – Ref: HSEPE Please Send: Microsoft Word CV; Recent/last Payslip & ID Copy
Please Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, should you not hear from us within 2 weeks, consider your application unsuccessful for this role.