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HSEQ Manager
Farnborough area, UK
Full Time
Travel required: <15%
Reporting to: Operations Manager

The Role

Due to expansion within the company we are looking for a HSEQ Manager.  This role is responsible for Blue Ocean Seismic Services’ compliance with a broad range of laws and regulations. The Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) Manager will manage the implementation of the following systems and policies:

  • An HSEQ management system in accordance with good industry standards, including IOGP Operating Management System Framework (Report 510);
  • ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System;
  • Environmental impact regulation.

The HSEQ Manager will ensure all operations are performed in a safe manner and in conformance with the above standards. You will be responsible for maintaining existing functions and processes and for developing and defining new processes and procedures as well as setting up and maintaining controls.

In addition, you will provide advice on health, safety, environmental and quality issues to all levels of personnel in order to ensure working practices, procedures and systems meet statutory requirements and industry and Company standards.

Blue Ocean Seismic Services Background

Blue Ocean Seismic Services (Blue Ocean) is an innovative maritime robotics
focussed technology company with significant shareholders including BP and
Woodside.
Our vision is to disrupt the marine seismic industry through the development and
commercialisation of a large-scale autonomous ocean bottom seismic data
acquisition system, driving a step change reduction in the cost, time, HSE risks and
environmental impact associated with acquiring high quality marine seismic data.
These reductions in survey cost make ocean bottom seismic attainable to a broader
range of customers including for carbon capture and storage (CCS) and offshore
wind farm site survey applications. By significantly reducing the carbon footprint of
seismic surveys our technology assists clients in their push towards a net-zero
future.
Blue Ocean’s revolutionary integrated seismic acquisition system is based around
large numbers of intelligent, long endurance, uncrewed underwater vehicles
(UUVs).
These Blue Ocean developed UUVs are capable of multiple autonomous seabed
repositions to allow rapid, remote repositioning of deployed seabed receiver arrays
without the need to recover and redeploy by ROV. This, in combination with
automated launch, recovery & handling systems, rapid deployment/recovery, and
intelligent system control, allows for optimisation of seismic acquisition survey
operations and removes the requirement for ROV vessel support.
We are a dynamic, friendly, diverse, and inclusive workplace and welcome all
applications. We consider safety and security a priority.

Required Experience & Qualifications

  • Degree in Engineering or similar technical discipline.
  • Extensive experience of safety in the oil and gas industry and a proven experience in operations.
  • Proven leadership, supervisory and training skills are essential.
  • Must hold a professional qualification in health and safety e.g., NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.
  • Must have experience in IOGP standards.

Desirable Qualifications & Experience

  • Hold or be working towards a Degree/Diploma level professional qualification in health and safety e.g., NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety.
  • Experience in the implementation of ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System;

General responsibilities:

  • Ensure Company compliance to a broad range of laws and regulations.
  • Identify, define, develop and implement new processes, procedures and controls.
  • Provide advice and assistance to Line Managers and Supervisors on all aspects of quality, safety and occupational health concerning the operations performed.
  • Internal auditing to monitor performance.
  • Provide advice and guidance to Line Managers and Supervisors on all matters related to Hazards Identification and Risk Management. Develops and reviews Emergency Response plans in accordance with IOGP Report 510 standards.
  • Instigates and conducts HSEQ incident investigations, recording, and reporting all incidents to identify causes and provide. recommendations to prevent recurrence.
  • Ensures that relevant HSEQ Legislation, Company HSEQ Standards and Industry Best Practices are complied with and that HSEQ manuals, procedures, instructions and documentation are reviewed and updated regularly.
  • Implement ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System and manage audits.
  • You will be responsible for the delivery of the documentation related to the environmental impact of offshore operations.