1.Ensuring compliance with, and promoting onboard awareness of all offshore safety requirements and procedures; as well and environmental processes. 2.Carry out site safety inspections, STOP tours and ensuring compliance with the permit to work system. 3.Work with crews and vendors to enhance safety and environmental standards and culture, participating in toolbox talks, risk assessments, inspections, audits and accident investigations as required. 4.Ensure that all works are carried out with due regard to safe operating practices and company procedures. 5.In the event of near miss/incidents, fully investigate, report and propose new procedures. 6.Familiarise, train and mentor new and existing employees on the unit procedures and HSE routines. 7.Provide a professional and informative liaison between the OIM, HSEQ and unit management to develop and deliver a first class safety culture through training and initiatives. 8.Assume responsibility for the upkeep and management of the accident/incident and near miss reporting system. 9.Employee must have a proven track record in safety management and enhancing a positive safety culture within the offshore oil & gas industry, ideally on an FPSO - coupled with the ability and experience in formulating and leading a team. 10.Key competencies for this position include a high attention to detail, excellent communication skills, tact and diplomacy, and the ability to positively influence and motivate others.
1.Ensures all navigational and station keeping operations are conducted in accordance with Ensco’s procedures and all applicable maritime regulations. 2.Directs operation of the dynamic positioning and ballast control systems where applicable. 3.Assists as needed in maintaining rig stability and position, and at the correct draft and trim. 4.Maintains navigational logs and records and submits reports as required by maritime regulations and ALLSEAS procedures. 5.Assists in subsea operations related to running and operation of station keeping sensors and signals. 6.Monitors drilling, loading and unloading, power plant operations, and other rig operations for potential impact on navigation and station keeping operations; makes corrections or recommendations as needed. 7.Keeps the Master informed of navigation and station keeping status, including prompt notification of problems that could result in inability to maintain course or station position. 8.Second in command during all marine operations. Must always be ready to relieve the Master when necessary. 9.Monitors all operations potentially impacting seaworthiness of the rig; ensures all operations are in accordance with Ensco procedures and maritime regulations. 10.Ensure the watertight integrity of the rig is maintained at all times. 11.Ensures that all vessels that come alongside the rig are safe and functional. Reviews work permits for fuel loading and any vessel that may be secured to the rig during his watch. 12.Communicates with the Engineering Department regarding loading, storage, and usage of fuel and water to maintain rig draft and trim within stability limits. 13.Ensures that deck or marine system maintenance to equipment or structure is kept up to high standards of cleanliness, efficiency, and reliability. 14.Participates in the Safety Training Observation Program (S.T.O.P) and the weekly and pre-tour safety meetings.