HSE Technician

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Job Overview

The HSE Technician is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation, and maintenance of health, safety, and environmental programs to ensure compliance with regulations and the well-being of employees and the environment. They work closely with HSE managers and other teams to promote a culture of safety and environmental responsibility.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Compliance: Ensure compliance with all relevant health, safety, and environmental regulations, standards, and best practices. Stay up-to-date with any changes in legislation and industry trends.
  2. Data Management: Maintain and update safety and environmental records, incident reports, and relevant documentation. Generate reports to track and analyze safety and environmental performance.
  3. Training: Assist in the development and delivery of HSE training programs for employees, including safety procedures, emergency response, and environmental awareness.
  4. Hazard Identification: Conduct regular workplace inspections and risk assessments to identify potential hazards and environmental concerns. Collaborate with teams to develop corrective actions.
  5. Incident Response: Support the investigation of accidents, near-misses, and environmental incidents. Help in developing strategies to prevent reoccurrences.
  6. Emergency Preparedness: Contribute to the development and testing of emergency response plans, including fire drills and evacuation procedures.
  7. Waste Management: Ensure proper handling, storage, and disposal of hazardous materials and waste in compliance with regulations.
  8. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Monitor the proper usage of PPE and safety equipment and assist in maintaining an inventory of these items.
  9. Safety Culture: Promote a culture of safety and environmental responsibility throughout the organization. Encourage employees to report safety concerns and suggest improvements.
  10. Documentation: Maintain records related to safety and environmental programs, incident reports, training, and compliance documentation.
  11. Communication: Communicate safety and environmental policies, guidelines, and best practices to all levels of the organization.
  12. Continuous Improvement: Identify opportunities for process improvements and assist in implementing changes to enhance safety and environmental performance.

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