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Manager HSE

Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
September 23, 2020

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Email: Tel: +277******** (South Africa) +261********* (Madagascar) Address: Cape Town, South Africa


I have extensive HSE experience within the Construction and Petrochemical Industries, worldwide, of which the last 8+ years was in a Managerial capacity. I can work well in a fast-paced environment whether it be independently or as part of a team. I am hard working and can communicate confidently with others. I am happy to use my own initiative but also take instruction well, whilst ensuring all health and safety requirements are met, working at a high standard to ensure work is completed to a professional and safe level. I am able to work autonomously and confidently, with an in-depth range of industry experience and knowledge and a proven track record of delivering high profile assignments on time and within budget. A conscientious and pragmatic team player with a demonstrated ability to contribute effectively within the workforce. Providing sound and practical solutions to ensure that all systems are successfully implemented in compliance with legislation whilst maintaining safe working practices. I am now looking for a new challenge to bring my discipline, individual drive, commitment, and a first-class can-do attitude to delivering all work scopes safely and on time with a company that values passion, positivity, integrity and hard work. Experience & Key Skills

Reliable and dependable - high personal

standards and attention to detail

Good interpersonal skills - works well with

others, motivates and encourages

High integrity, diligent and conscientious -

reliable and dependable

Methodical approach to planning and

organising - good time-manager

Following & advocating HSE practices

Analytical & detail orientated

Solution focused attitude

HSE Professional

Calm & composed, function well under pressure

Self-Starter- working under own Initiative

Excellent work ethic & attendance record

Passionate about Health & Safety

Creative Problem Solver


Think ‘outside of the box’.

Career Overview

Throughout I was involved with Safety, On-site Training and Coaching as well as Identifying Hazards and compiling and implementing Risk Assessments and Hazard & Operability Studies on various activities in order to mitigate the risks and hazards associated to an acceptable low.

Compiling Environmental Impact Assessments and investigating all Environmental Incidents to ensuring corrective and control measures are implemented to prevent re-occurrences and to minimize the impact on the Environment.

Excellent communication, organising, planning, mentoring and delegation skill and the ability to analyze, delegate, and identify factors to produce solutions and formulating plans to execute work in a safe manner.

Successfully managing teams consisting of Multilingual Nationalities.

Operating effectively outside the normal functional boundaries, often in remote areas.

Passionate about safety and enjoy working together with any team to get the job done and done so safely. Career Overview

Jacobs November 2019 – April 2020

HSE Manager - Saudi Aramco Hydro Processing upgrade – Riyadh Refinery, Saudi Arabia

Working the Hydro Processing plant refurbishment project/shut down to support the Aramco PMT in managing a very unexperienced contractor and ensuring work is done within budget, on time and most of all, safely, without any incidents or accidents.

Developing and implementing organisational safety programs.

Reviewing and updating HSE policies and conduct risk assessments to identify potential hazards and implementing precautionary measures.

Communicating effectively at all levels, with multinational workforce, as well as train, lead and motivate teams of professionals.

Daily on-site inspections and intervention through Behavior Based Safety and coaching.

Providing sound and practical solutions to ensure that all systems are successfully implemented in compliance with legislation whilst maintaining safe work practices.

Ensure general good housekeeping is maintained to ensure a safe and clean working environment.

Attaining quality standards in line with client expectations. Fluor August 2017 – April 2019

Project HSE Site Manager - CBG Expansion Project – Kamsar, Guinea

CBG is jointly owned by the Government of Guinea and the Halco Mining consortium, which includes Alcoa, Rio Tinto and Dadco Investments.

Fluor was awarded an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) contract to expand Companie des Bauxites de Guinée (CBG)'s bauxite mine in Kamsar, Guinea.

The project will expand bauxite production from 13.5 million to 18.5 million tons per year and is CBG's first of the planned three-phase expansion.

Expanding the mine's infrastructure, rail system, port facility and processing plant infrastructure and utilities.

Complying with all relevant procedures and deliver high standards of safety performance during all operations.

Consistently delivers a professional and positive outlook.

Responding promptly and effectively to changing circumstances, planning for contingencies and managing conflicting priorities.

Supporting in all elements of health, safety, security and environmental aspect for the organisation.

Competent in understanding and adhering to plans and diagrams.

Knowledge of risk assessments and safe systems of work, able to interpret and advocate site policies and procedures to other workers with minimum supervision.

Implementing and supporting effective working practices and systems as required to continuously improving delivery.

Involved with the Business Continuity Strategy and prepared readiness in case of civil unrest and/or Medical Evacuations during a period of high alert with Ebola outbreak in the Conakry (capital)

Managing the on-site clinic and Medical Team consisting of 1 Expat doctor, 3 local doctors and 7 local nurses. Fluor Arabia January 2017 – July 2017

HSE Manager (Port & Scope Gap packages) - Ma’aden Wa’ad Al Shamal Phosphate Project - Ras Al Khair, Saudi Arabia

Constructing of an Ammonia Plant, Nitro Phosphate Potash Plant (NPK), Di-ammonium-Phosphate Potash Plant (DPK) as well as some work to the existing seaport infrastructure to ship out phosphate product (fertilizer, phosphoric acid products & ammonia).

Monitoring the day to day activities and own safety quality levels.

Supporting and improving team performance by sharing knowledge and best practices.

Ensuring safe work practices are maintained on all work, and all work is performed in accordance with company policies and procedures as well as Health and Safety legislation.

Interacting with the client HSE Team and Management on a daily basis.

Excellent communication skills at all levels while remaining dedicated to ensuring understanding of company requirements and procedures.

Completing all activities in a timely accurate and efficiently safe manner in accordance with requirements and client instructions.

Fluor Arabia October 2016 – January 2017

HSE Compliance Manager - Ma’aden Wa’ad Al Shamal Phosphate Project - Turaif, Saudi Arabia

This US$6.5 billion dollar project involves the construction of a Beneficiation Plant, and several phosphate processing plants: Sulfuric Acid Plant (SAP); Phosphoric Acid Plant (PAP); Purified Phosphoric Acid Plant (PPA); and related PPA plants: Tri- calcium phosphate (STPP), Di-calcium phosphate (DCP), and Mono-calcium phosphate (MCP) plants in the Umm Wu'al Region.

Carrying out audits on all 16 packages on a weekly basis to ensure compliance with Fluor and Ma’aden Safe Work Procedures and regulatory requirements to ensure a safe work environment.

Improving the overall safety culture of all contractors on Construction, Pre-Commissioning and Commissioning activities. Fluor Arabia July 2013 – August 2016

HSE Lead / Manager: UPI Project (Utilities, Power and Infra Structure) - Sadara Project – Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia

Started as HSE Lead for the SGU (Steam Generation) Project and after 21 months in April of 2015 I was moved over to the Pre-Commissioning department as Pre-Commissioning HSE Manager.

Looking after all the remainder of construction activities, remediation works and pre-commissioning for the entire UPI project.

The UPI Team (consisting of 4 envelopes; Power Distribution, Interconnecting Facilities, Steam Generation and Waste Treatment). SADARA is the biggest single face project in the world, estimated at US $ 20 billion.

Managing a variety of different multinational contractors on the UPI Project involved with the various activities from groundbreaking up to and including pre-commissioning, including Civil, steel work, piping, and mechanical as well as electrical activities.

Managing Contractors’ HSE teams to ensure compliance with client’s project HSE Plan, requirements and standards.

Reviewing and approving all Method Statements and JSAs.

Ensuring permit to work is in place and correctly completed.

Liaising with client and project HSE leaders on all HSE activities and ensure it all gets communicated to Contractors and Sub- contractors.

Communicating and organising project HSE initiatives to all contractors, assuring a safe working environment.

Maintaining all HSE statistics and provide combined weekly and monthly report to HSE Management.

Attending and representing Fluor HSE at progress meetings with various contractors as well as the weekly meeting with the client.

Coordinating and ensuring HSE audits are done, Manage a team of 30+ Fluor HSE Advisors at peak.

Leading the weekly SSLT (Site Safety Leadership Team) meeting and safety walks, following up on the corrective actions on all deviations identified.

Investigating all incidents and accidents to determining the root cause, as well as implementing corrective actions. reporting all these findings to both the client and Fluor Global/Corporate. SAMREF December 2012 – July 2013

Safety Lead: Greenfield Clean Fuels Project - SAMREF (Saudi Aramco Mobil Refinery) – Saudi Arabia

Providing recommendations and assistance to the Area Construction Manager and Supervisors with incident Investigations and initiate analysis to discover trends and corrective actions.

Liaising fully with the HSE Manager.

Providing Subcontractor Management with support to implement site specific HSE programs.

Reviewing and monitoring of hazardous materials storage and MSDS records.

Ensuring the Training Matrix is adequately implemented by the Subcontractors.

Assisting Supervisors in conducting Field Safety Inspections and resolving hazard issues.

Ensuring the development of work instructions and/or JSA's.

Ensuring environmental conditions are monitored and Construction/Process Managers are informed of changing conditions.

Ensuring that the Subcontractor Permit to Work system is monitored adequately. Execute all assigned responsibilities defined in the Take Time for Safety Matrix (TTFS). Aveng Grinaker-LTA August 2011 – December 2012

Senior HSE Officer/Evacuation Officer/Risk Assessor - Medupi Power-station – South Africa

Ensuring that all activities are following the client’s project requirements and standards,

Risk Assessments (appointed Risk Assessor),

Ensuring JSA’s and Method statements are in place and correctly completed.

Liaising with client and project HSE leaders on all HSE activities and communicate this to all staff.

Maintain all HSE statistics and provide various reports to project management as well head office.

Incident/accident investigation.

Earlier Career

Kentz, HSE Supervisor - Ambatovy Nickel Refinery - Madagascar 2010 – 2011

HPIC, HSE Manager - Ambatovy Nickel Refinery - Madagascar 2010 – 2010

ALE, Project HSQE Manager - Escravos GTL Project (Nigeria) 2010 – 2010

Aveng Grinaker – LTA, Petro SA, Turnaround HSE Coordinator 2009 – 2009

HPIC, Chevron Refinery, Turnaround HSE Officer 2009 – 2009

Trotech Engineering, Ankerlig Power Station, HSE Officer 2008 – 2008

Trotech Engineering, Chevron Refinery, HSE Officer, Core Effluent Project 2007 – 2007

Aveng Grinaker – LTA, Chevron Refinery, Turnaround HSE Officer 2007 – 2007

Muddford International, FPSO Dalia, Materials Controller 2006 – 2006

Telkom SA Ltd, Customer Service Representative 1992 – 2005

SANDF, Lieutenant (Platoon Commander) 1991 – 1995 Professional Qualifications & Training

Nebosh International Diploma – SHEILDS, Cape Town

(expected completion date December 2021)

Nebosh ICG – NOSA, Cape Town

OSHA – KBR – Nigeria

Safety Officer’s course - Action Training Academy

Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment – IRCA

Induction for safety personnel - Chevron Cape Town

Offshore survival course - Cape Peninsula University of Technology (Expired)

7 Habits of Highly effective people - Centre for Learning (Telkom)

Junior officers’ course - SA Defence Force

References Available on Request

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