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Job Title: Health and Safety Manager - STW

Company: Stantec 

Location:  Doha, Qatar, Qatar


Position Description: 

Stantec is currently looking for a Health and Safety Manager to support on the construction supervision of a Sewage Treatment Plant in Qatar:

• Coordinate closely with the client's Quality, Health and Safety Department on safety requirements and reporting to minimize construction work disruption on site.

• Advise and supervise contractors in a broad range of safety and health hazard preventions and enforcement to the contractors and project personnel on site.

• Utilize computer technology to analyze data, maintain records, generate reports, etc...

• Assist in the set up of efficient management of project delivery within high standards of HSE and risk management practices

• Monitor and issue a report to the authority on over-riding health and safety management system as approved by the authority which will be effective throughout the project lifecycle

• Ensure that audits of all the activities in the HSE management system are carried out on a monthly basis, ensuring the continuing suitability and effectiveness of the system.

• Recommend strategies and plans to remove hazards, reduce its risk of occurrence or mitigate the associated impacts

• Must possess leadership skills to manage and motivate a team of H&S engineers and inspectors


• Bachelor's Degree in Engineering/Health and Safety Management

• Membership with an internationally recognized Safety Association (e.g. NEBOSH)

• Valid certificate in First Aid/Hazard Assessment (Entry to confined spaces, underground structures and works)

• Minimum of 15 years of experience, of which 7 years in a similar large-scale pump station and STW project

• Must be fluent in English both written and spoken with an excellent capability in written technical skills as well as oral and written communication skills

• Must demonstrate his knowledge of Health & Safety and Environmental regulations, requirements for construction projects and awareness of all hazards likely to existing construction sites. Confined space training, proven updated engineering knowledge via continuous training particularly as to Health, Safety and Environmental issues are required

• Must have experience in auditing, reviewing the safety and HSE protection measures provided by the Project Company and ensuring compliance with the safety standards expected of a prudent and diligent professional carrying out such works notwithstanding that the overarching responsibility in respect of safety and the environment rests with the Project Company

• Proactive acumen and an ability to manage multiple working areas on site

• Experience in the GCC region

About Stantec:

We’re active members of the communities we serve. That’s why at Stantec we always design with community in mind. We believe growing a great design company happens from the inside out. We look for people who are drawn to use every talent they possess, plus creativity, determination and a drive to do the extraordinary.

The Stantec community unites approximately 22,000 employees working in over 400 locations across six continents. We collaborate across disciplines and industries to bring projects to life. Our work as architects, engineers, and consultants from initial project concept and planning through design, construction and commissioning is built on a solid history of success. So, when we take on a project, we see the opportunity to make a lasting connection with the people and places where we live and work. Redefine your personal best. Join us!


Posting Date: 18 Jan 2021              To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: QHSE Systems and Standards Advisor

Company: Assystem

Location: Blackburn, UK

Position Description:  In this role you will be working with the QHSE Manager to drive and promote continuous improvement activities across the UK business.

The key duties include:

§  Leading and delivering the certification audit and internal audit program

§  Developing and delivering the Quality/IMS Induction

§  Mentoring/supporting the Business Unit staff on the implementation of the IMS

§  Working with procurement to manage supplier approvals

§  Lead and develop Customer Satisfaction

§  Supporting Quality Controller in the review and sign off of Contract reviews etc.

§  Delivering training and coaching on the use of IMS

§  Monthly reporting – tracking and reporting IMS metrics

§  IMS document control

§  Leading process development workshops to deliver system efficiency improvements

§  Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the IMS SharePoint platform

Person specification

§  Ability to confidently communicate at all levels and clearly deliver information

§  Strong team work ethic with the ability to build strategic working relationships

§  Well organised, attentive to detail and able to work independently

§  Able to lead projects to drive updating of legacy processes and automation of IMS

§  Willing to travel across the UK

Essential Experience & Qualifications

§  Previous experience of developing and implementing Integrated

§  Management Systems to ISO 9001/ ISO 14001 / ISO 45001, ideally in an engineering sector.

Posting Date: 19 Jan 2021             To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: EHS Manager, ANZ

Company: Baxter

Location:  Old Toongabbie, New South Wales, Australia

Position Description:  In this critical role you will provide an Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) service across the Australian and New Zealand operations that includes implementing, recommending and co-ordinating local and corporate EHS programs and policies and regulatory/legal EHS requirements across all sites and business functions within the ANZ region.

You will drive new EHS programs whilst maintaining and developing established systems. Company operations include the main Manufacturing operation at Toongabbie Australia, multiple Warehouse and Distribution sites, multiple Pharmacies and both local and regional offices.

You are someone that will strive for continuous improvement and benchmark EHS performance and will consult the business and senior management of the performance of the EHS system and make recommendations for improvement. You will conduct and respond to Audits including ISO 14001,  ISO 45001 and Australia, New Zealand regulatory compliance.  This includes creating Corrective and Preventive Actions, identifying Root Causes and Close-out of EHS Findings in a timely manner. You will be the EHS Management System Representative for ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 audits and to all relevant Regulatory bodies.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Align with the ANZ SMT (Senior Management Team) across operational and non-operational areas on key priorities and focus to drive a zero-harm workplace. Be an advocate for safety and wellness, promoting a safety culture throughout our business.

  • Communicate the business impacts of EHS to ANZ leadership team; coach and advise EHS employees and leadership teams on ways to improve outcome, use influence on advance EHS programs in ANZ.

  • Lead ANZ EHS team to plan, execute and direct EHS projects and programs designed to ensure the attainment of the company’s goals relative to EHS outcomes. 

  • Lead teams to ensure compliance for Environmental, Health, Safety, Sustainability and Industrial Hygiene compliance programs and Baxter policies.

  • Developing and implementing site policies concerning environmental, health and safety issues. Oversee the development and implementation of EHS practices and procedures.

  • Evaluate and act upon new environmental & safety regulations, follows emerging EHS regulations and issues.

  • Monitor and direct facilities regarding all regulatory permits, including corresponding requirements, reporting and renewals

  • Oversee Injury Management Program

  • Primary contact for EHS regulatory agencies inspections, permitting, and reporting.

  • Execute the Baxter EHS Management system (including ISO 14001 &45001) and ensures timely corrective actions are taken when EHS hazards are identified

  • Workers compensation program management.

  • Proactively identifies potential EHS hazards through risk assessments, Gemba walks, routine inspections, near miss and hazard reporting program etc, and ensures timely corrective actions are implemented when hazards are identified.  Recommend different approaches to improve and simplify existing EHS methods and techniques;

  • Explore digital applications and solutions to enhance the EHS service


Essential Skills and Qualifications:

  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, both oral and written, and must be able to influence groups and individuals.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills that must focus individuals and groups on EHS objectives and generates excitement toward a common goal.

  • Degree in technical field, engineering, environmental, chemistry, etc. some direct EHS qualification, Masters EHS preferred.

  • Preferred experience in a manufacturing facility.

  • Experience in ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 Systems.

  • Knowledge of Australian EHS Regulations.

  • High degree of computer literacy.

  • Self-starter, driven and the ability and confidence to work independently.

  • Creative and proactive thinking.

  • Positive personality.

  • Willingness to travel.


Posting Date: 17 Nov 2020  To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Vice President, Health, Safety, Security, Environment (HSSE)

Company: Cushman & Wakefield

Location:  Multiple within USA (Chicago, Saint Louis, Dallas)

Position Description: 

The VP, HSSE will be responsible for directing the development, support, deployment, monitoring and review of standards and management systems for Health, Safety, Security, Environment & Risk Assessment (HSSE) across Cushman & Wakefield in North America.

Providing quality, timely and professional subject matter expertise and business support to ensure that a safe, sustainable, efficient and legally compliant work environment is established at all times.

Direct the development and deployment of HSSE programs and management systems to ensure compliance with company and legislative obligations. Provide direction to executives, senior and line management, contract management, and other personnel to ensure operations are sustainable and comply with group directives, as well as national and international legislation and client requirements.

Our Values:

* Health and Safety

* Teamwork

* Honesty & openness in communication

* Outstanding customer service

* Integrity

* Continuous improvement and innovation

Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • In consultation with appropriate stakeholder groups, direct the design, development, deployment, monitoring & review of HSSE systems, processes and programs

  • Ensure integration of HSSE systems, processes and programs with Cushman and Wakefield operations, our clients’ expectations, and legislative requirements.

  • Develop, in consultation with relevant stakeholders, plans and strategies to meet Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and deliverables as negotiated with and set by the global leadership team, annually.

  • Directs the implementation, monitoring, and review of HSSE systems through yearly governance plans, audits and inspections, and management systems reviews.

  • Monitors compliance with all applicable federal, state and local legislation and codes governing environmental health and safety regulations and guidelines.

  • Assesses HSSE risk potential of existing operations and new business opportunities.

  • Develops and deploys incident investigation programs/procedures, including data analysis and incident prevention (loss control) programs and procedures.

  • Directs HSSE education/training efforts for all levels of employees, including supervision and senior management.

  • Responsible for conducting on-site HSSE audits/reviews of Regional sites/accounts within North America.

  • Monitors and facilitates the reporting of HSSE performance across the organization and supports the development and implementation of Regional Safety Improvement Plans.

  • Direct design and deployment of the HSSE portions of the training programs, Incident Management System and Audit/Inspection tracking system.

  • Monitors and reports on relevant changes in applicable OHS (Occupational Health & Safety) and environmental regulations/requirements related to Cushman & Wakefield operations.

  • Directs industrial hygiene, occupational and general safety programs to ensure a safe work environment and compliance with safety standards.

  • Responds and provides direct assistance to sites in emergency situations.

  • Supports relationships with clients and other stakeholders for purposes of HSSE systems interface and deployment.

  • Support Regional HSSE Managers (RHM) in their efforts to deliver HSSE performance and compliance reports to Operations (line) management.

  • Articulate and live the Cushman & Wakefield culture by being present in the workplace, setting an example by modeling the required behaviors in the workplace, and hold others (employees and peers) accountable for their actions by identifying and acting on behavior which is inconsistent with agreed-upon standards.

  • Work safely and not put themselves or others' health or safety at risk by their acts or omissions.

  • Comply with Cushman & Wakefield Environmental policies

Key Measures of Performance

  • Meet Key Performance Indicators and Deliverables as negotiated with and set by President annually.

  • Develop and implement operational HSSE systems applicable to the Portfolio.

  • Ensure the systems are being adhered to through a rigorous auditing and inspection regime.

  • Develop an understanding of Key Client functioning and customize the HSSE function to support their needs.

  • Establish Client communication system for reporting and meeting Contract obligations.

  • Create a sound and sustainable recommendations from systematic and structured investigative root cause analysis processes

  • Support the new Contractor management system, including auditing and inspections, for ensuring a safe environment for works.

Position Dimensions

Ensuring HSSE systems and support structure and resources are in place for the entire business portfolio, including key client base.

A scheduled and planned visitation structure is implemented to deliver “Time in Field” expectations as operational requirements demand, but a minimum of 4 visits per month cycle to site locations, including the conduct of site inspections.

Key Interactions

  • One Services Management

  • Global Occupier Services Management

  • Asset Services Management

  • C&W Services, Vice President HSSE

  • Global and Regional HSSE Management

  • Legal Department Personnel

  • Site/account HSSE Teams

  • Contractors and subcontractor chain

  • Clients

Qualifications & Technical Skills

  • ​Bachelor of Science degree in engineering or science discipline.

  • Relevant HSSE or equivalent qualifications/certifications, e.g., BCSP, CSP, CIH.

  • 15 years’ experience in related HSSE systems/audit management role.

  • Demonstrable success in directing/managing HSSE Systems

  • Subject Matter Expertise in HSSE Systems, OHS compliance strategies, and relevant US regulations, as well as International Standards

  • Well versed in OSHA legislation and regulation, including GHS.

  • Well-developed research and report writing skills.

  • Sound Investigative skills and experience with regulatory negotiations

  • Sound OHS/management systems auditing skills, including formal training.

  • Ability to implement and enforce systems and best practices.

  • Ability to manage projects and conflicting priorities.

  • Exceptional communication and negotiation skills.

  • Ability to be sensitive to and understand local issues/legislation.

  • Planning, organizing and time management skills to effectively establish the priority and scheduling of work tasks and projects to ensure work priorities are completed on time and within budget

  • Conceptual, analytical and problem-solving skills to enable the identification of issues and the judgment to determine appropriate courses of action for achieving long-range organizational goals

  • Initiative to identify and ensure that appropriate actions are taken to achieve goals

  • Travel as required throughout the USA and Canada and regionally as required, estimated to be ~30%.

Posting Date: 18 Jan 2021  To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Safety & Health Officer 

Company: KBR

Location:  Dubai, UAE


Position Description:  KBR, Inc. is seeking a Site Safety Health Officer (SSHO) to provide health and safety inspection and oversight on a project in the United Arab Emirates. The SSHO is responsible for producing, implementing, and enforcing the safety program on the assigned job site, in accordance with KBR’s Safety and Health Program and EM385-1-1. The SSHO is on-duty when work is being performed, overseeing and managing project construction crews, and ensuring that all personnel are following proper safety rules and regulations. The SSHO must meet the requirements of EM 385-1-1 Section 1 and ensure compliance with 29 CFR 1926.



 Will include but not limited to:

  • The SSHO is responsible for producing, implementing, and enforcing an Accident Prevention Plan (APP) for assigned job site, in accordance with the Company’s Safety and Health Program.

  • Attend pre-work meetings and produce job-specific APP and Activity Hazard Analyses (AHAs), in accordance with Company’s Safety and Health Program.

  • The SSHO is on-duty when work is being performed, overseeing and managing project construction crews, and ensuring that all personnel are following proper safety rules and regulations.

  • Work as member of the project team, including subcontractors, to ensure implementation and continuous monitoring and enforcement of the provisions of the project EM385-1-1, APP and AHAs.

  • Ensure that all activities are conducted in accordance with all applicable KBR and OSHA requirements and regulations, the US Army Corp of Engineers Safety and Health Requirements Manual EM 385-1-1, and other applicable regulations.

  • Provide professional support to federal government contracts through health and safety inspection and oversight.

  • Prepare comprehensive reports of safety inspections and complete all safety related documentation and paperwork.

  • Coordinate response to on-site emergencies, and interface with off-site and on-site emergency response entities.

  • Conduct safety training, including new employee orientations or refresher trainings, and on-the-spot training to all personnel.

  • Work with management team to develop new safety policies, refine existing policies, and modify design requirements and draft construction-related specifications.

  • Management of all safety issues on the project site.

  • Must be a self-starter capable of working in a fast-paced multi-discipline team environment with the ability to manage competing priorities to achieve team goals.



  • Fluent in English language;

  • At least 5 years of experience leading HSE efforts on projects of similar scopes and size;

  • Prefer a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health & Safety, Engineering or another related field;

  • Professional certifications such as CSP, ASP or OHST preferred;

  • 40-hour EM-385-1-1 certification and OSHA 30-hour certification within the last 5 years;

  • Must possess passport book (not passport card) with at least 12 months of remaining validity AND with at least 4 blank visa/stamp pages remaining.

  • Must possess driver’s license with at least 6 months of remaining validity


Posting Date: 14 Jan 2021  To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Safety Engineer

Company: Parsons 

Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


Position Description: 

Ready to take your safety experience to the next level to work on road & highway problems that will have a huge impact on the local community and change the urban landscape? Parsons is now hiring a Safety Specialist for our expanding team. Parsons' extensive experience in this field, combined with your emerging knowledge of safety policy and procedures, will propel your career forward with opportunity for advancement with top performance.

We need our Safety Specialists to be versatile, experienced leading teams and who have exceptional communication, analytical and management skills. In this role, under the general direction of the Safety Manager (or Senior Safety Specialist on larger job sites), you will ensure that the safety plan reflects corporate policy and complies with the prevailing safety requirements for the region. On projects where there is no Senior Safety Specialist, you may assist senior construction site representative in the establishment and implementation of a job safety program.



Administers job safety program; audits and inspects job site to detect and correct safety hazards.

Monitors the safety performance of all construction operations in assigned job site areas with respect to one or more elements of SHARP Management and the Parsons Construction Safety & Health Manual.

Performs accidents record analysis, and issues reports on a regularly scheduled basis.

If certified in first aide and on small projects, may function as the first aid attendant, and/or may supervise first aid personnel in providing first aid care of occupationally injured or ill personnel.

Conducts new hire safety orientation, daily safety huddles and weekly toolbox training.

Performs other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate.



Saudi National

Minimum Clearance Required to Start:

Bachelor's degree in Construction or related field (or equivalent experience)

10+ years of related work experience in the field of Health and Safety

Requires a working knowledge of Federal and state health and safety regulations and reporting procedures

Good communication and interpersonal skills.

Parsons is an equal opportunity, drug-free employer committed to diversity in the workplace. Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran/LGBTQ+. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to an individual’s race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, union affiliation, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, employable physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, immigration status, or any other basis protected by all applicable laws


Posting Date: 20 Jan 2021              To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Safety Officer (Saudi National)

Company: Avient Corporation

Location:  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Position Description:  Duties Summary/Responsibilities:

  • Support in the development, implementation and maintenance of all environmental programs and activities at Avient Corporation.

  • Coordinating the environmental testing and compliance required by outside agencies. Providing training and assistance to employees as required. Provide all required reports and information to outside agencies such as the EPA and OSHA.

  • Assisting the Specialists and Managers by making suggestions to refine working conditions and the use of equipment for continuous improvement efficiency of the work crew.

  • Maintaining a variety of reports and records and processes documentation to reflect schedules, performance, methods, process and procedures.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Able to communicate in English

  • Professional certified as industrial ESHA or equivalent

  • Minimum of 1 year experience in Safety Standards, Safety Improvements, Environmental Health and Safety and EHS & Legal Compliance.

  • Able to manage time and priorities

  • Excellent communication and analytical skills


Saudi National

Avient Corporation (formerly PolyOne Corporation), with 2019 revenues of $2.9 billion, provides specialized and sustainable material solutions that transform customer challenges into opportunities, bringing new products to life for a better world.   Culture of trust, empowerment and constructive feedback, we also provide our associates with robust development programs such as Avient Academy, Lean Six Sigma, and various leadership workshops to allow for career growth in a variety of ways.  With workplace flexibility, health and wellness programs, casual dress days, and paid time off for community service, we are committed to building upon our positive momentum.  Extensive onboarding, mentoring and personal development opportunities and an international team of experts.

Posting Date: 17 Jan 2021          To Apply, Click Here  

Job Title: Director, Corporate Safety

Company: Uline

Location:  Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, USA

Position Description: 

  • Develop, implement and manage Uline's safety program, policies and procedures.

  • Lead and direct department staff to successfully execute all safety initiatives.

  • Ensure continual safety improvements and set annual objectives and targets. Monitor results and audit progress.

  • Recommend policies and procedures to reduce safety risks and occupational health issues.

  • Work with Human Resources to ensure proper execution of workers' compensation programs.

  • Ensure safety program meets legal requirements and Uline's high standards.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree.

  • 6+ years developing, implementing and/or managing a safety program in a warehouse or distribution environment.

  • OSHA experience on a state or federal level preferred.

  • Workers' compensation experience a plus.

  • Effective leader and strong negotiator with safety professionals, regulatory and/or industry organizations.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.

  • Available for travel to Uline's branch and international locations.

Posting Date: 12 Nov 2020            To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Health and Safety Engineer

Company: Jacobs

Location: Tabuk, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia

At Jacobs, we push the limits of what’s possible to make the world smarter and more connected. Be part of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia’s 2030 vision to transform the infrastructure on the Kingdom’s West Coast working with the Amaala development, with its purpose of connecting three luxury destinations; Triple Bay, The Island and Miraya.


For Amaala this means as part of the early phases of the overall development, access to the proposed Airport and into Triple North Bay as a priority deliverable. This package will consist of two geometrically similar grade separated interchanges running along the existing Highway 5.


Position Description: 

As a HSE Engineer, your primary purpose is to drive HSE excellence at the site level. You will quickly gain the trust of the site teams and become the site focal point for HSE advice.  As part of the team you will also help to ensure client satisfaction by strengthening project delivery capabilities. You will monitor and validate the effective implementation of the project Risk Control Strategy and  will Serve as a resource for the technical interpretation of health, safety and environmental regulatory requirements.  You will monitor work activities to advise on site deficiencies regarding risk control, HSE program implementation and/or performance. Your key objective is to always to act with professional, communicate effectively with site teams and motivate them to meet the project objectives. 



As a successful candidate you will have a BSc or BE in Engineering or HSE qualifications from an internationally recognized and accredited university with experience major infrastructure projects that are complex in nature. You must be able to demonstrate an ability to improve the safety performance of site operations in KSA. You should have a formal accredited HSE training and extensive experience in roads & highway construction projects. You must be strong of character and be able to challenge unsafe situations and be solutions driven.

From our inclusive employee networks, to our positive mental health champions – we are committed to driving a culture of caring where you can be you. Joining Jacobs not only connects you locally but globally – and together, our diverse perspectives and unique backgrounds power our collective strength. We collaborate and share! By supporting one another, we all succeed.

With safety and flexibility always top of mind, we have gone beyond traditional ways of working so you have the support, means and space to maximise your potential. You will uncover flexible working arrangements, benefits, and opportunities to do good too – from participating in our global giving and volunteering program, to exploring new and inventive ways to help our clients make the world a better place. No matter what drives you, you will discover how you can cultivate, nurture and achieve your goals – all at a single global company.


Posting Date: 20 Jan 2021              To Apply, Click Here.

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