Health, Safety & Environ. Advisor (1281)

Aramco Services Company
Houston, Texas
Jun 20, 2024
Jul 01, 2024
Safety / Security
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Other Corporate
Basic Function

This position is responsible for overseeing and managing the health, safety and environmental (HSE) aspects for oil and gas related research laboratories in North America. This position will develop, implement and monitor a centralized HSE function that includes processes and training programs that are in compliance with corporate safety guidelines, federal/state/local regulations, and international best practices.

This position will provide leadership, technical and regulatory expertise in the areas of environment, safety, health, occupational medical services, workers' compensation, and emergency services. The incumbent will also direct an effective research center environmental process capable of zero notices of violation for regulatory noncompliance and zero citations for safety and health regulatory compliance. This person also leads an effective safety and health process capable of zero occupational injuries and illnesses.

Duties & Responsibilities
  • Plans, supports and coordinates a variety of ASC and Saudi Aramco safety projects & programs, including but not limited to: facilities safety committees, safety training curriculum, emergency evacuation drills and safety inspection programs.
  • Measure airborne concentrations of dust, gases and mists; using air sampling instruments and collection devices. Sample collection of potentially dangerous chemical, physical, and biological agents for analysis.
  • Identifies and appraises loss potential conditions/practices and provides guidance/advice on methods, procedures, programs or mechanisms to eliminate or reduce loss for the company.
  • Evaluate compliance with regard to state and federal occupational health and safety regulations, laws, rules and codes. Educating and informing employees about occupational health and safety hazards.
  • Conduct extensive field sampling; consulting with internal company and external organizations concerning workplace health hazards and control options; applying scientific and engineering principles and methods to identify, analyze and control hazards; preparing technical reports; developing and presenting training; and, supporting IH Programs and emergency responses.
  • Create programs and practices as part of comprehensive safety programs assuring a safe, healthy and compliant work place for employees.
  • Uses scientific methods and the latest research to collect identify and monitor toxic chemicals, noise, radiation, asbestos, lasers, indoor air pollution, stress, repetitive motion trauma, electric and magnetic fields, and infectious biological materials.
  • Perform hazard analysis and develops sampling and/or safety plans.
  • Inspect and evaluating work operations, production methods, and engineering controls to determine potential contaminant emission sources or related health hazards associated with workplace conditions.
  • Determine effectiveness of engineering control methods and makes recommendations regarding location, design, structure, operations, and maintenance of contaminant and physical agent control systems.
  • Investigate the adequacy of ventilation, exhaust, lighting, and other conditions that may affect employee health, comfort, or efficiency.
  • Develop and deliver educational training meetings to instruct employees about occupational health and the prevention of accidents.
  • Evaluate investigation findings, proposed corrective measures, and compliance with health rules and standards.
  • Consult with management, industrial engineers, employee representatives, and other agencies regarding industrial health problems and solutions.
  • Responds to emergencies and performing accident investigations. Prepare reports of observations and analyses and providing recommendations about industrial health problems. Develop corrective methods, controls, and procedures to improve work environment.
  • Champion the management of change processes to include guidance on hazard operability studies related to purpose build laboratory equipment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience
  • B.S. in Engineering (Mechanical, Chemical, Industrial, Environmental Safety, Industrial Hygiene) and/or other closely related engineering major with relevance to HSE experience and certifications. Professional experience should include development, implementation and management of corporate health, safety and environmental management systems.
  • Seven (7) years' of HSE experience, preferably in the petrochemical or oil/gas industry.
  • Must be able to communicate and comprehend accurately, clearly and concisely in English at a level required to perform the job as outlined. Strong communication & presentation skills (oral and written) are required.
  • Must possess good work habits, a strong work ethic, and be able to adhere to company work hours, policies, and standard business etiquette.

Preferred certifications:
  • Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM).
  • Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and/or a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) within a research and development facility with varying laboratory environments is desirable.
  • Certified Radiation Safety Officer or ability to obtain this certification (Highly desired).


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