Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Officer (HSE&Q Officer)
Talented Recruitment
Richards Bay
5d ago
source : Job Placements


The HSE&Q Officer acts as the first point of contact for all HSE&Q-related matters. The primary function is to implement the HSE&Q Management system on all relevant sites / Depot, in order to achieve and maintain a safe and healthy working environment.

Also to maintain and implement the Quality Assurance program.

POSITION INFO : Key Responsibilities

Key Responsibilities

  • Implement and monitor all HSE management systems on site, including, but not limited to HSE guidelines, objectives and practices.
  • Schedule and execute audits on site to identify areas of improvement and implement measures as required.
  • Carry out risk assessments on a continuous basis on site.
  • Provide HSE training, awareness and induction on site to staff, contractors and other relevant parties.
  • Engage with staff, contractors and other relevant parties with respect to HSE matters related to the site.
  • Keep HSE statistical records, such as incidents, accidents, near-misses and working hours on site.
  • Keep HSE registers up to date, including renewals of permits, licenses, etc.
  • Compile monthly site HSE reports.
  • Have first line responsibility for incident investigations, including but not limited to investigating, making initial recommendations and putting measures in place to prevent reoccurrence.
  • Assist Depot Managers to implement accident-prevention and environmental impact activities on site.
  • Implement emergency and crisis management plans on site.
  • Act as Emergency coordinator on site.
  • Implement Environmental Management Plans of the site.
  • Monitor environmental footprint on site.
  • Other duties as assigned by the HSE&Q Manager.
  • Quality Management

  • Administer and maintain non-conformance and suggestion systems, including Corrective and Preventative Action Requests (CPAR), Non-conformance Report
  • NCR) and Field Performance Report (FPR) systems.

  • Ensure quality requirements are met by both internal and external audit, review of inspection reports and analysis of non-conformance reporting.
  • Ensure quality plans are produced when required and meet requirements.
  • Ensure internal quality standards are maintained and monitored.
  • Other QM-related duties as assigned by the HSE&Q Manager.
  • Requirements

  • Up-to-date knowledge of relevant HSE legislation (OHS Act and Regulations, NEMA, COIDA, etc.), environmental regulations and safety procedures
  • Minimum 2 year’s OHS certification or equivalent.
  • Minimum 3 years’ relevant experience in Logistics, Fuels and Lubes depots and Workshop safety
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with HSE management systems and relevant standards.
  • Certified risk assessor, would be an advantage
  • Experience in working with quality management systems
  • Valid driver’s license is required.
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