Oil & Gas Job Vacancy at Oiltanking Merak

04 April 2008


Company Description

PT Oiltanking Merak is constructing its first storage terminal for fuels in Merak, Indonesia.

HSSE Coordinator

To help in the implementation of Oiltanking' Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Policy, we are seeking candidates for the position of

HSSE Coordinator

An opportunity for an experienced HSE Officer, to work for one of the leading companies in the storage business. The HSSE Coordinator:

* Supervises that all HSE legislation, rules and regulations are complied with
* Prepares together with operations team the Emergency Response Plan for the terminal
* Organizes health care and medical control on employees including first aid and urgent medical care
* Ensures that all safety equipment is always ready for use
* Organizes and coordinates internal and external trainings on HSSE related topics
* Gives advice to the management, keeping the company abreast of new and future developments with regard to HSSE requirements
* Analyses of all operation related risks and develops prevention measures
* Reports and investigates all near misses, incidents and accidents
* Performs regular site visits to supervise day-to-day work practice as well as critical work and permitting to contractors
* Prepares regular reports to authorities related to HSSE

Required skills:

* University degree in engineering and/or health and safety fields is mandatory, preferably graduate degree.
* Relevant experience for the position is desirable
* English proficiency

Location of workplace: Merak, Cilegon, Banten

Those who are interested please send an application letter and CV not later than April 17th to joinmerak@oiltanking.com.

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