The primary function of a Loss Prevention Engineer is to provide daily support to line organizations and facilities, to help them manage safety properly and also assure compliance to all company safety requirements.
- You will have 7 years of experience as a safety professional in the oil and gas, petrochemicals, or related industries, including a strong track record in delivering results. The experience should be comprehensive, covering both occupational and process safety.
- You must have an excellent ability to communicate in English with peers as well as members of management, and be able to produce clear and concise oral and written reports in English.
- Have knowledge of modern safety management systems, processes, and techniques applicable to the oil and gas industry; as well as international fire and safety codes, recommended practices, and specifications.
- Conduct field inspections/reviews of onshore and/or offshore oil/gas facilities, project construction sites, drilling rigs, and support facilities, such as office buildings, warehouses, and communities. This includes working with proponent organizations to identify safety concerns, formulate solutions, and develop practical and cost-effective corrective actions.
- Participate in various safety studies/activities, such as: PHAs, HAZOPs, JSAs, incident investigations, compliance reviews, or insurance surveys.