Roles & Responsibilities
Implementation of Process Safety Management (PSM), including safety culture
Implementation of Technical Safety Project documentation such as TSE philosophies, Asset Integrity — Process Safety (AI-PS) principles, Project Specification, TSE documentation
Design, technical support and troubleshooting for upstream oil & gas operations
Safety in design and engineering practices, with emphasis on inherently safer design, and the relevant industry standards (e.g. API, BS, JEC, NFPA).
Perform appropriate analysis techniques, including but not limited to:
Hazard Identification HAZID facilitation and Risk Register
Hazard Analyses using Bow-Tie, HAZOP & LOPA methodologies
Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA), including the use of PHAST Risk software, and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software. d) Frequency analysis methodologies such as FTA, FMEA, & ETA
Perform Emergency preparedness, including scenario development, prevention; preparedness; response; recovery
Perform Major Hazard Incident Investigation (involving fire or explosion).
Participate in preparing PSM communication tools and requirement such as e-mails, magazines newsletters /articles, awareness presentations, videos, posters, screen savers, campaigns etc ….
Participate in Safety Critical Elements Identification, and Design & Develop Performance Standards
Desired Candidate Profile
B.Sc. in Mechanical/ Metallurgical / Chemical/ Petroleum / Electrical/ Instrument Engineering or equivalent.
12 years professional experience required within an O&G operating company.
The PSM Specialist shall have a high level of knowledge and understanding of the following technical aspects (as a minimum):
Technical Safety Project documentation such as Technical Safety Project documentation (e.g. TSE philosophies, Asset Integrity — Process Safety (AI-PS) principles, Project Specification, TSE documentation)
Leak Path Reduction
Hazardous Area Classification
Toxic Facility Classification Analysis
Fire Protection Analysis
Active Fire Protection Design
Passive Fire Protection Design
Fire Safety Assessment
Flare Radiation, Toxic and Noise Assessment
Design aspects like fire protection escalation mitigation, atmospheric relief (vents at safe location) and flare, Hazardous area classification, noise mitigation, F&G detector location, Cause and Effects, safeguarding memorandum, 3-D Model reviews.
Safety Critical Elements Identification, and Design Performance Standards xiii. ALARP Demonstration process
Technical Pre-Start-Up Safety Reviews (PSSR)
Safe work practices and procedures: PTW, JSA; Management of Change, human error; human factors
Fires and explosions: fundamentals; hazard evaluation, prevention and mitigation; codes and standards
Alarm Management and Rationalization xix. Hazardous Material Management
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