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Manager (HSE)

Posted By: Jobquest

Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2009

Remuneration: $5,000.00

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Manage environmental, health and safety (EHS) activities to ensure legal compliance as well as EHS management system
Monitor and evaluate EHS performance and recommend changes to technology, equipment, systems or processes for improvements
Update legal requirements
Lead, guide, evaluate and develop a team of safety professionals to meet established safety targets and standards
Support HSE budgets, monitor cost, effectiveness and reliability of safe work procedures

Registered WSH officer preferred
Familiar with ISO14001 and OHSAS 18001 requirements
Good interpersonal and communication skills
Engineering qualification
Experience in marine industry

Interested candidates please email your updated resume to Jesslyn, at

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