The overall direction and management of System Safety, Health and Environmental Management.
Advises Rail Safety Manager, other senior managers and staff as appropriate, concerning system safety, industrial hygiene, environmental management and regulatory compliance analyses;
Establishing and implementing policies and programs that ensure all aspects of the department are effectively and successfully managed, and support the goals, objectives and mission of the O&M Organization;
Coordinate safety activities and develops programs to support quality assurance practices;
Establishes goals, objectives, strategies, plans, rules, procedures, and programs to improve safety and environmental management throughout the O&M Organization;
Provides analyses of key safety issues and policy decisions;
Provides management direction for major hazard assessments, safety and environmental policy development, comprehensive accident investigations, compliance safety audits, industrial hygiene studies, and comprehensive occupational safety and environmental management programs;
Exercises authority to suspend unsafe operations, as necessary
Establishes and maintains effective communication, liaison, and cooperative relationships with local governmental agencies and the safety committees
Directs the development of effective safety and environmental training and education programs within the O&M Organization for employees, and as required, for the general public, and contractors;
Responsible of internal control rules.
Authority to make independent investigation and audit;
Responsible for the Environmental Management System and the updating of its manuals, the evaluation and necessary actions;
Ensure the environmental awareness.
Desired Candidate Profile
Skills / Experiences
A qualified engineer with a bachelor in engineering; minimum 8 years of relevant experience.
In-depth knowledge of how to implement a safety management system.
Knowledge of systems and technology installed in and around a light railway system.
Professional experience shall include thorough understanding of safety management systems, safety principles, practices, and assessments; training techniques; basic risk management principles; incident prevention techniques; laws and regulations pertaining to staff safety; site/project safety practices.
Knowledge and experience in risk analysis and safety assessment.
Certification in Health, Safety, and environmental management and auditing.
Command of IT
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