Employer: OIE services
Location: North Sea
Reference Code: VR/01013
client has a permanent vacancy on their FPSO for a Safety
Advisor/Medic. This position is based in the North Sea on a 2/3 rota.
The successful candidate will have previous offshore experience as a
Safety Advisor/Medic, preferably on an FPSO.
Safety Advisor Responsibilities
Safety Advisor is responsible for the supervision and operation of
safety activities for the maintenance of safety equipment and safety.
Also responsible for administration of the PTW system.
Advising management and personnel on all aspects of Health and Safety.
Promoting the safety culture through safety meetings, tool box talks etc.
Carrying out the platform induction programme.
Advising line management on implementation of scope of work practices and precautions.
Carrying out necessary safety assessments including auditing of SMS systems i.e. PTW, COSHH etc.
Implementing and carrying out the Safety Maintenance Programme.
Managing and controlling isolation/de-isolation certificates and
complying with company isolation policy. Adequate records must be kept
and updated as required.
Monitoring and controlling mechanical and
electrical long term isolations. Adequate records must be kept and
updated as required.
Ensuring regular checks are performed on
portable Fire fighting, Safety and Emergency equipment by relevant
departments, and ensuring equipment is sent onshore for repair and
maintenance when required.
Facilitating Safety meetings, risk assessments, area inspections, accident/incident investigations etc
The Medic is responsible for providing medical treatment and maintaining proper standards of medical supplies onboard.
Efficiently controlling and administering an offshore Medical section in accordance with relevant legislation.
Providing first line accident treatment and general medical treatment.
Consulting with shore based medical facilities as required.
Maintaining numerous medical registers and records.
Maintaining stocks of medications and medical equipment at a predetermined level.
Involvement in emergency exercises.
Providing on board training to first aid team
Co-ordinating helicopter pre-flight briefs.
Compiling and maintaining correct POB lists and communication of updates to onshore logistic departments.
Allocating cabins for personnel coming on the installation.
Coordinating personnel movements on/off installation. Maintaining and posting muster lists.
Collation and administration of the competency assessment records.
Co-Administration of personnel working time records and collation of accurate monthly morbidity data.
Training & Qualifications Required
Oil & Gas UK Medical Certificate
NEBOSH Certificate or experience
Fire Team Member and Fire Team Leader
Dangerous Goods by Air Awareness
Offshore Medic Certificate
Food and Environmental Hygiene Certification
In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following
criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be
able to apply for this position.