Process Safety Engineer (PSRM)

The Process Safety Engineer is responsible for leading and supporting the site?s Process Safety Management strategies while maintaining compliance with regulatory requirements.?

Key Responsibilities:

? ? ? Coordinates and facilitates process safety management through leading the site?s Process Hazard Analysis (PHA)/HAZOPs programs in order to identify, evaluate and control potential hazards within processes including hazard identification, risk assessments, mitigation planning and project implementation, development of procedures, compliance auditing and compliance reporting.

? ? ? Leads, manages and facilitates the completion of process hazard identification and risk assessments to develop risk management strategies for the facility by identifying potential or actual adverse process safety hazards.

? ? ? Plans mitigation of process safety risks and manages projects to implement mitigation plans.

? ? ? Reviews all MOCs for PSM related items.? Ensure PSSR (Pre-Startup Safety Review) are completed for all Management of Change (MOCs).

? ? ? Ensures that process safety related documentation for all identified hazards are developed and maintained.? This includes reviewing and organizing P&IDs and PFDs as necessary.

? ? ? Identifies process safety training needs and provides that training through in-house resources or external consultancy.

Are you the ideal candidate?

? ? ? Chemical/Mechanical Engineering or Safety related degree, required

? ? ? Minimum 5 years? experience working in a process environment (chemical / oil & gas)

? ? ? Experience in writing and implementation of new policies

? ? ? Must be knowledgeable in process safety management as defined by 29 CFR Part 1910.119 OSHA PSM and 40 CFR Part 68 EPA RMP

? ? ? Must have experience devising and implementing process safety related policies

? ? ? Must have a thorough understanding of EHS regulations and standards

? ? ? Must be able to present and communicate at several levels within the business



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