Safety managers in the petrochemical industry play a critical role in protecting workers, the facility and its neighbors. Safety encompasses both process safety – the safe functioning of the facility – and personal safety, which focuses on the workers on site.
You provide expertise and leadership in the anticipation, recognition and evaluation of safety-related issues; work closely with operations to identify risks and develop/implement risk mitigations; serve as the technical expert for executing safe work practices (complex energy control, confined space, hot work and safe work permitting); monitor and audit field-related activities to help front line operators understand and implement safety programs; and provide field health and safety support to plant operations and projects personnel.
High school diploma or GED and experience in field; bachelor’s degree in engineering or health and safety field preferred. Equivalent years of military service may be acceptable, in lieu of experience.