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Safety Supervisor (Oil & Gas)

Posted By: bbbenny

Date: Tue, 9 Sep 2008

Remuneration: $3,000.00

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CONNECT ENERGY SERVICES PTE LTD



At Connect Energy, we understand that every career decision you make is pivotal. Understanding the role, performance measurements and challenge will allow you the ability to ensure success right from the beginning. Connect Energy has a team of esteemed personnel and professionals to provide you with comprehensive information on our customers and their hiring requirements in the oil and gas industry. Your success is as good as ours.


Through a comprehensive set of services and solutions that address both hiring strategies and organisational effectiveness, we deliver personnel who deliver performance.


People are our best assets.



Our Client is a Reputable company in the Oil & Gas Sector;


Safety Supervisor

Roles and Responsibilities
  • Perform site inspection i complicance with company's Health, Safety and Environmental System as well as Workplace Safety and health Act and Environmental Public Health Regulations
  • Assist project teams in identifying and conducting risk assessments
  • Assist in conducting investigation in the event of dangerous occurrence, near miss, accident or occupational disease.
  • Keep and maintain HSE records and reporting

Professional Qualification and Experience Requirements
  • ITE / GCE 'O' or 'N' Leve
  • Minimum 3 years HSE experience in the marine, oil & gas, petrochemical or construction industry
  • Good leadership, communication and people / team building skills
  • Strong Technical competency in project or construction safety



Remuneration package :
SGD3000 to SGD4000. Negotiable Upon Experience.
5 day work week, 8am to 5pm
Required to work overtime till 7pm (Mon-Fri) and on Saturday
Fixed OT rate: SGD15 per hour after 5pm (Mon-Fri) and SGD20 per hour (Sat, Sun, PH)
1 way transport will be provided at fixed pick-up (Mon-Fri)



Interested applicants may forward their application to admin@connect-energy.com or fax @ 65-62934649.


We regret that only short listed candidates will be notified



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