A company that offers workforce solutions to blue collar clients has an opportunity for a deadline driven National SHEQ Officer in Centurion.
Job Description The National SHEQ Coordinator is responsible for the management of COID incident report and case turn around framework and assist the National SHEQ Manager with the development and deployment of the SHEQ program.
Qualification and Experience Matric (Grade 12) SAMTRAC and / or equivalent Incident Investigation Risk Assessment Basic SHE Inspections Computer Literacy (Word and Excel) IT IS (Train the trainer) Roles and Responsibilities ELECTRONIC SHEQ MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Train employees and management on the use and requirements of the electronic platform.
Coordinating the system across all business units and their respective sites within the portfolio. Assign and track licenses / authorizations issued on the system.
Further development of the system subject to the directions of the Portfolio SHEQ Manager. Serve as SHEQ systems support to the various operating entities regarding the system and its content.
Serve as the contact between IT and the various operating entities regarding the electronic system. Upload awareness material onto the system on a scheduled basis.
Escalate outstanding information to the Portfolio SHEQ Manager. Generate and workflow scheduled reports to the various clients, operating entities, management teams and committees subject to the approval of the Portfolio SHEQ Manager.
Uploading revised information to keep the system relevant. Report on all matters of concern to the Portfolio SHEQ Manager immediately.
COID MANAGEMENT The complete maintenance of the COID register for all operating entities within the portfolio. Training of all employees regarding COID incident reporting and management.
Create awareness surrounding COID in all business encounters. Serve as a single point of contact for all COID incident related matters.
Track upload performance of medical reports, progress reports, final medical reports and resumption reports. Manage all logs within the prescribed time frames (Internal and COID).
Escalate outstanding information to the Portfolio SHEQ Manager and relevant line manager. Complete COID forms when required.
Review, validate and approve all COID information captured onto the system. Serve as the contact between the third party COID incidents report / processing service provider and the business units within the portfolio.
Serve as the contact between the Compensations Commissioner and the business units within the portfolio subject to the direction of the Portfolio SHEQ Manager.
Report any and all matters of concern to the Portfolio SHEQ Manager immediately. Generate and workflow scheduled reports to the various clients, operating entities, management teams and committees subject to the approval of the Portfolio SHEQ Manager.
ON-SITE SHEQ DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION AND MAINTENANCE Review compliance to SHEQ rules and regulations (audits and inspections).
Ensure that SHEQ meetings are held, recorded and document controlled. Conduct accident investigations when required. Assist management with the implementation of the SHEQ management system.
Assist in updating the SHEQ Management system to accommodate changes in legislation and Industry Standards. Ensure SHEQ document and data control systems are maintained by the responsible persons.
Monitor audit findings and recommend corrective and preventative actions Conduct and facilitate risk assessments. ADMINISTRATION The control and record keeping of all commercial compliance information with the Functional Outsourcing Businesses.
The control and record keeping of COID related information derived from the reporting process. The maintenance of all systems according to the Control of Documented Information Core Procedure.
FINANCE Assist in the preparation and management of budgets. PEOPLE Develop and empower employees to take ownership of the SHEQ Management system and COID process.