Summary of Position:
The Safety Training Coordinator (STC), facilitates the implementation and improvement of RMS onboard the rig. He provides guidance and expertise to all personnel on health, safety, environmental (HSE) standards and assists with related goals and programs.
Duties and Responsibilities (shall include but not be limited to):
Priority 1 Duties:
•Maintain a strong presence at the worksite, especially in high-risk, high-activity areas (i.e. deck, drill floor). Approximately 75% of working day should be spent at the worksite.
•Implement ARO s Golden Rules on the rig, ensuring each employee is aware of the 8 Golden rules and how to apply them.
•Promote ARO s Perfect Day to embed the concept into the rig culture.
•Assist in the management of the Stop Observe Act Report (SOAR) program and encourage active participation by undertaking safety performance conversations by all persons on board.
•Confirm Stop Work Authority (SWA) is exercised promptly and integral to the Company safety culture. Encourage SWA and lead by example.
•Assist the OIM by monitoring/verifying compliance with control of work systems such as JRA, RSOP, PTW, Isolation, Confined Space, Rescue Planning etc.
Other Important duties:
•Comply with, monitor and effectively contribute to the continuous improvement of RMS, HSE related policies and procedures, and relevant authority regulatory requirements. Assist operations management by identifying HSE or noncompliance issues.
•Assist with internal/external audit completion, close out and tracking. Report progress weekly to HSE department.
•Be a visible safety leader by demonstrating and reinforcing adherence to the Company's mission and values and personal accountability for health, safety, and the environment.
•Ensure appropriate dissemination of HSE policies, procedures and guidance documentation.
•Consult with personnel including safety leaders and department heads on all matters concerning safety.
•Participate in crew safety meetings and supervisors meetings as requested; present topics/findings from the week at the Weekly Safety Meeting.
•Monitor the selection of suitable personal protective equipment (PPE) including performing checks on sizing and suitability.
•Maintain awareness of Substances Hazardous to Health and the requirements for the correct stowage, use, handling and PPE.
•Carry out onboard training or assist with booking training to ensure full compliance with the training matrix. Assist third party trainers as necessary.
•Assist, monitor and verify compliance with the short service employee (SSE) process to ensure effective implementation and that on-the-job training is being provided to develop the SSEs.
•Participate and assist the Offshore Installation Manager (OIM) with rig-based incident reporting and investigations to determine root cause(s). Ensure investigation findings are shared between all crews onboard.
•Assist with and deliver rig orientation and induction (as requested).
•Liaise with customer representatives and regulatory bodies as necessary.
•Perform emergency duties as per the rig station bill.