DAVID FORBES ANDERSON
Chartered Member IOSH & Fellowship (FinstLM) Institute of Leadership &
Mobile (Qatar): +974-****-****
Email (personal) : email@example.com
Date of birth 26th June 1956
Marital Status Married
Education Summerhill Academy, Aberdeen
ENTO A1& V1 Assessors/Verifiers course
British Safety Council (BSC) NVQ Level 4 in Occupational Health & safety. Health and Safety for Directors and Senior Managers Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) EMPLOYMENT AND EXPERIENCE DETAILS
Structurel Qatar WWL: Dec 15th 2018 to Date: MEP works Al Rayyan Stadium. Arabian Technical Services (Al-Jaber Engineering) (Construction of New Stadium for FIFA World Cup) HSE Manager. March 2017 to Dec 15th 2018.
Provide advice to management on the development and practical implementation of HS Policies, plans and procedures as well as the requirements of the relevant statutory provisions;
Communicate with all levels of management and advise on actions needed to improve HS performance;
Support the development and format of HS committees and forums;
Oversee the training of staff in appropriate health and safety matters;
Provide advice on new & existing legislative matters;
Oversee the investigation & reporting of accidents, incidents and dangerous occurrences, as per Clients Process Manual.;
Participate in Construction Design Management (CDM) reviewing opportunities to address safety concerns.
Analyse accident and incident reports to identify trends and propose actions to address trends;
Carry out audits and inspections, make reports detailing performance and actions;
Monitor delivery of HS functions throughout the supply chain;
Promote the safety moments at all formal meetings (5 or more attendees) as per client’s requirements;
Stop an operation or specific section of work where, there is an imminent risk of personal injury, ill-health or affecting the environment;
Review the supply Chain HS staff against the client’s criteria, review and approval of HS plans and RAM’S against requirements.;
Challenge Training & Consultancy:
Operations Manager. Oct 2016 to Feb 2017
Manage and improve the operational process and policies for the organisation, manage and increase the effectiveness/efficiency of support services, drive initiatives to reach business goals with strategies to support clients and attract others. Support teams to ensure they are effective in daily activates, review contracts, tenders review of Qatar PESTAL Analysis. Serve as the primary liaison to current contracts advising on training, competencies, crisis management & business continuity for their specific area of business. Overseeing the financial budgets and expenditures for the company. Ensuring company registrations with certifying authorities, governmental departments are kept in date.
RASGAS GAS COMPANY LTD,
Barzan (Head of Safety) 2015- Sept 2016
Provide technical expertise in the field of process safety management and risk engineering during the Construction and PMC phases of the project.
Provide leadership roles with clear visibility to plan develop various HSE relating activities commissioning and start-up phase of the project.
Assist & advise the main contractor on PTW during change of phase of plant/equipment, i.e. construction phase to PMC.
Participating in all walk downs like construction, PMC, PSSR, LOTO, Equipment Solo runs etc..
Attending daily PMC daily & weekly meetings, JSA reviews, Risk assessments reviews, Accident investigations, close out meetings etc..
Inspecting & verifying mechanical isolations with relevant PTW on daily basis and rectifying immediately on location.
Auditing the permits and ensure the safety compliance with description of the permit including the other relevant documents and equipment and tools
Motivating the work force with company incentive programs
Liaise with PMT, OED, and EPC and Sub-contractor PMC, Commissioning and Operation teams to ensure compliance with project safety procedures.
Support the development and implementation of a consistent approach to SIMOPS throughout the transition period from construction through pre-commissioning/commissioning to start-up.
Support Construction SHE leads/ Area Construction Managers for managing the construction activities in SIMOPS areas, and evaluate / resolve potential SIMOPS conflicts.
Monitor the EPC Contractor interfacing blind process control (Red Blinds) (Unit/Area/Battery limit interfaces) as the project moves from one phase to another, in conjunction with the change of the hazard profile and the ownership of the system/area
Ensure effective implementation of the EPC Contractor PMC/ SIMOPS Permit to Work system.
Monitor effectiveness of communications to the work force through Task Instructions, Job Bulletins, Toolbox Talks, Safe Observation Cards, Safety Alerts, Lessons Learned, etc.
Acts in an advisory capacity to contractor and sub-contractor on all matters pertaining to health and safety for the guidance of the workers
Communicate frequently with management to report on the status of the health and safety program
Make sure that the contractor’s is aware of, and complies with, all legislation in relation to the use of its plant, equipment and substances, as well as in all workplace activities
Take part in integrated planning, HAZID and Risk Assessment workshops involving all concerned parties.
Prepares regular reports on progress, performance losses, failures, achievement, tracking and trending and expectations for future management information and decisions.
Monitors the quality and performance for safety culture and compliance against KPI’s and continuous improvement.
Head of Safety Training
Manage a team of highly experienced training professionals and admin support from multidisciplinary backgrounds to maintain the Training Centre and deliver various programs available on behalf of SHE&Q Group
Develop and manage national competency development in line with the company job family criteria.
Liaise with corporate training on new safety training courses and offer accredited safety training for management and employees from all sections.
Provide direct assistance and support to the Safety Manager in development and stewardship of the Safety Departments business plans, policies, procedures, objectives, authors’ internal & external reports for submission by the Safety Manager to RasGas Sr. Management, other business groups and shareholders
Member of the Safety Department Leadership Team, led by the Corporate Safety Manager providing insight on Safety issues affecting the Company’s overall Safety performance
Identify the training and development needs for all employees in coordination with Asset Managers, Heads of Operations and Supervisors through the staff performance appraisal system, task and skills analyses and consultation with line managers. Determines costs accordingly along with overall project benefits
Provide the leadership and mentoring for the procedure development team by allocating and scheduling the resources for all procedure development and verification and ensuring the needs of the customers are met.
Responsible for the recruiting, hiring and confirmation training section staff.
Develop and implement systemic Company-wide programs to measure effectiveness of all training programs
Prepare special reports and presentations at the request of the Corporate Safety Manager, and communicates at various Departmental and Sr Management Leadership Meetings
Co-ordinate, planning and forecasting the company’s competence, training and verification requirements and effectively allocating resources within budgetary constraints
Establishing standards and policies within the company that will ensure compliance OSHAS 18001, regulatory Compliance and RasGas Business and Legal ethics.
Ensure awareness and compliance with emerging regulations
Identify critical plant operations and construction activities that may require specialized training, while effectively assessing consequences based on established acceptable risk criteria, Industry and best practices overall impact on Company Operations.
Ensure that reports and other critical documents are well documented and reported in a timely manner with a high quality deliverable
Manage the competency development program is line with corporate competency framework and oversee that the assessments and verification process are in line with industry best practices.
Provide advice on vocational qualifications and updates any changes to the SHE competency manuals in line with the Competency and Technical descriptors Head of Shutdown Safety
(Nov 08 – Oct 2012)
Manage and co-ordinate the safety related activities with the preparation & planning, mobilization execution, start up with all onshore facilities that includes Seven(7) LNG Trains, Helium, AKG and associated Utilities plants during Shutdowns (Turnarounds).
Coordinate with all Departments/assets within the Operations Group as well as with other RasGas Groups in particular Engineering and Maintenance, to ensure that all company safety policies & procedures are being adhered to & in line with our safety management system.
Coordinate with other Departments within the SHE Group, namely Loss Prevention, Environment, Occupational Health and EMS.
Provide a full SHE service to the Turnaround and Shutdown Department and liaises with operations stakeholder representatives to assure all aspects of safety relating to Shutdown activities have been addressed, including Plant Safety Start-up Reviews (PSSR).
Manage and co-ordinate the activities of assigned safety related personnel in the Shutdown Section.
Manage Safety Officers from numerous Companies contracted to perform Shutdown activities, with man power exceeding 5000 personnel & ensure full training is in line with shutdown plan.
Liaise with Senior Management from contractor companies contracted to perform Shutdown activities.
Conduct SHE technical evaluations of contractors to ensure alignment as per the Corporate Procurement manual (CPM) for large and small projects.
Participate in local industry associations, committees/work groups and liaises with counterparts at other facilities to identify areas where the Company might benefit by adopting best practices.
Oversees the review of job lists and work packages, in particular those for major vessel/catalyst renewal work, with associated blind lists, Job Safety Analysis, purging plans, PTW preparation, access control, waste management and traffic control
Co-ordinates safety plans covering various Shutdowns at different stages of development due to the large numbers of Shutdowns being executed i.e. overlapping shutdown preparations Head of Ops Safety
(June 06- Nov 08)
Provides input and support for the safe conduct of work by personnel associated with the development and operation of the Company’s LNG plant and associated onshore process, storage and loading facilities.
Provide Safety and Loss Prevention information, support and mentorship to operations personnel and other internal clients to ensure the conduct of safe and hygienic work practices.
Assist with the development and implementation of safe operating and emergency procedures, manuals, bulletins and other safety publications.
Takes an active role in the development and implementation of the permit to work system and provides independent oversight by reviewing selected permits issued by operations personnel.
Conducts regular facility safety inspections of operating plant and equipment as well as new projects/modifications under construction, prior to mechanical acceptance and start up.
Participates in audits of safety program implementation
Participates in incident control during accidents or emergencies.
Leads or participates in incident investigations, including near misses, property damage, injuries, occupational illness and spills/loss of containment.
Assists with the development and maintenance of computer based incident record keeping system.
Ensures that safety equipment and facilities are kept in best working condition by developing and implementing equipment inspection and preventive maintenance programs, setting up efficient record keeping systems of all equipment under his responsibility and recommends the replacement of faulty equipment.
Participate in safety reviews as required. Includes Hazop, What-If, Cause and Effects reviews.
Assists with industrial hygiene surveys to identify and quantify occupational workplace stresses.
Keep abreast of new developments, safe working practices, government regulations and relevant international codes of practice.
Participates in local industry associations, committees or work groups and liaises with counterparts at other facilities to identify areas where the Company might benefit by adopting best practices.
Ensures technical evaluations of contractors are completed as per the Corporate Procurement manual (CPM)
Feb 2000 to June 2006
Senior safety officer
Plans, co-ordinates and supervises the day-to-day activities of the onshore and offshore Safety Officers and Safety Technicians.
Provide safety and loss prevention information, support and mentorship for Operations personnel and other internal clients to ensure the safe and hygienic conduct of work.
Ensures safety equipment and facilities are maintained in optimum working condition by developing and implementing inspection and preventive maintenance programs and setting up efficient record keeping systems.
Assist in the development of safe operating and emergency procedures, manuals, bulletins and other safety publications.
Participate in incident control during emergencies or accidents. Leads or assists in investigations into near misses, property damage, injuries, occupational illness and spills/loss of containment, ensuring that database records of such incidents are maintained.
Participate in safety reviews such as Hazop, What-If, Cause and Effect Reviews. Assists in industrial hygiene surveys to identify and quantify occupational workplace stresses.
Assists in development and conduct of safety training courses and participates in training and development of Qatari national in area of safety and loss prevention.
Participates on local industry associations, committees or work groups and liaises with industry counterparts to identify areas where RasGas might benefit by adopting best practices. ELF EXPLORATION, UK Aug 91- Jan 00
Offshore Safety Officer/Advisor
LONDON BRIDGE ENG ROCHESTER KENT (MARCH 1989- AUG 1991)
Safety Officer on Contract to Occidental
Duties same as above, Staff Position with E.E.C. on takeover CONTRACT WORK (1988 – 1989)
TOTAL OIL MARINE ST. FERGUS
Responsible to Production Manager for the implementation of the Company Safety Policy. Duties included: Gas Testing Prior to Permit Issue, Inspecting Work Sites, Welding Equipment, Scaffolding, Slings, and Lifting Equipment, Inspection and Testing of Fire Main Deluge System, Isolation of Halon Systems prior to Inspection and Maintenance of Plant, Ensuring Construction Personnel Adhere to Company Safety Policy.
CAMCO S.T.O.P. OFFSHORE LIBYA
Safety Officer - On Contract to Libyan Natural Gas Company
Duties included: Fire and Safety Regulations are adhered to, issuing of Permit to Work, Presenting Induction Courses to new staff on Safety Procedures, Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S Awareness and Participating in Safety Meetings with Management, Setting Up Fire Teams and Training M.I.S. SUNBELT H2S SAFETY OFFSHORE DUBAI
Safety Officer - On Contract to due Gas
Duties included: ensuring personnel adhere to Company Safety Policies, Identifying and Rectifying Hazardous Conditions during work on Construction Sites (removal and replace of gas Compressor, scrubbers & pipe work etc), Inspecting Welding Equipment, Scaffolding, and Lifting Equipment. Reporting to the Offshore Field Manager O.D.C.C OFFSHORE (U.K.) D.S.P. (1985-1988)
Duties included: Gas Testing, Fire Team Member, Heli-Deck Crew, Care and Maintenance of Safety Equipment
In 1996 I Joined the Grampian Fire Brigade as a retained Fireman in the Peterhead Area. I worked there as a Fireman during my Onshore Leave Periods. Basic training showed me how to deal with many types of Emergency Situations, and how to tender help to persons involved. Further Training of Radio Operations, Watch room Duties and B.A.
ISO 45001 Lead Auditor OHS Management Systems, training. June 15th 2018
Highfield Approved Tutor
Reg: 25631. Sept 2017
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(Federal Emergency Management
Institute of Leadership & Management Fellow Membership (10475389) February 2016
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I.O.S.H Managing Safely
Chartered Member No: 107250
(EPC 2days) 2015 Process Safety management
British Safety Council Risk Assessment
(BSC) Level 2 COSHH Risk Assessment
Working at Heights
Fire Risk Assessment
Supervising Staff Safely
Manual Handling Assessment
DSE Risk Assessment
Train the Trainer
Safety Leadership/ Leadership: Enhancing Leadership, Tier 1 & 2 2008 (5 day residential) Thunderbird Program 2014
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