SASOL: SHE Occ Safety Practitioner x4 (Secunda)

SHE Occ Safety Practitioner x4 (105082)

Requisition ID 105082 - Posted 01/21/2022 - South Africa - Mpumalanga

Closing Date: 3 February 2022 Org Structure No: 80008379/ 80008386;/80008389/ 80021190 OME: Energy Operations Business Unit:Energy Ops - Reginal Ops and Asset Services City / Town: Secunda Short Description / Purpose of Job Execute the Occupational Safety programme and facilitate management and assurance within the business value chain in a risk-based, proactive manner directed by the One Sasol SHE Excellence Approach. Recruitment Description / Key Accountabilities Facilitate the identification of Occupational safety hazards, risks, key undesirable events and the associated preventive and corrective controls. Enable the implementation of controls within the Operations Conduct focussed safety audits (e.g. Logbook audits, lock-out audits, etc.). Identify non-conformances (including incidents) and conduct near miss and first aid investigations, root-cause analysis and the identification of personal, workplace and organisational factors for these incidents. Monitor and respond proactively to hazards in the workplace. Identify incident and injury trends and recommend and monitor mitigating and control measures. Conduct risk-based assurance audits with focus on group and critical controls. Participate in the roll out of the Safety Improvement Plan and report updates as required. Participate in the respective forums Facilitate safety discussions (toolbox talks, safety meetings or stand-downs). Maintain high performance and seek opportunities for personal growth monitored through structured performance contracts and development plans according to Sasol's talent management frameworks. Continuously develop extensive knowledge relating to the field of work and personal mastery in technical skills application. Enable the achievement of sustainable SHE performance through sound Occupational Safety Business Processes. Share key business and organisational information. Build and sustain positive internal and external stakeholder relationships to accomplish Ops SHE execution plan. Facilitate engagement and manage integration across sub-functions, Functions and workplaces. Participate as member of Safety forums, natural working teams and other groups. Engagement with Operations and other stakeholders to ensure alignment with SHE requirements. Influence Operations and team members to implement the One Sasol SHE Excellence Approach. Identify and establish communication channels and mechanisms. Extract, benchmark, enrich, capture and disseminate within knowledge management standards Service Provider interventions to ensure alignment. Formal Education High School / School Diploma or similar Min Experience 3+ relevant years Certification & Professional Membership None Competencies Compliance: Understanding the rules, regulations, sanctions and other statutory requirements, guidelines and instructions relating to governing bodies and organizations, both internally and externally. Customer Focus: A continuing focus on the needs and requirements of customers and clients, anticipating their needs, remaining sensitive to customers while performing services for them, responsive to customer needs. Execution capability: The underlying ability to execute a strategy/project or day to day work Facilitation: The means of expediting a process or operation quickly and efficiently. Particular focus is on meetings, but can include other processes such as the delivery of products and services where others are involved and their participation is critical to success. Partnering: The development and perpetuation of successful and mutually-beneficial relationships where customers and others become business partners with common goals, positive attitudes, cooperative work styles, open communications and team spirit. Risk Management: The process of measuring, or assessing risk and then developing strategies to manage the risk. Strategies employed may include transferring the risk to another party, avoiding the risk, reducing the negative effect of the risk, and accepting some or all of the consequences of a particular risk. Verbal Communications: Any exchange of words, either written or spoken, used to transmit information Written Communications: Sending of messages, orders or instructions in writing through letters, circulars, manuals, reports, telegrams, office memos, bulletins, etc. It is a formal method of communication and is less flexible.

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