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Technical Safety Engineer

  • Location

    Norwich

  • Sector:

    Oil & Gas

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £500 - 550 per day

  • Contact:

    Simon Hoang

  • Contact email:

    simon.hoang@firstrg.com

  • Contact phone:

    0000

  • Job ref:

    SK/R/085217

  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2023-02-06

12 Month contract inside IR35 - Office based Monday to Friday

Carry out competent in-house safety studies in support of PUK operations and projects including but not limited to following:
• Chairing and facilitating safety studies such as Total Risk Management, HAZID, Bowtie, ALARP
• Development of Barrier Diagrams (Bowties)
• Consequence modelling using DNV GL PHAST or FLARESIM software is mandatory
• Mini Quantitative Risk Assessments (QRA) including Event and Fault Tree development
• Hazardous Area Classification
• Fire and Explosion Risk Assessment
• Preparing Safety Case Material Changes
• Conducting 5 yearly Thorough Reviews
• Knowledge in COMAH regulations is desirable
• Knowledge in Computational Fluid Dynamics Modelling is desirable

 

Safety & Environmentally Critical Courses:
FLARESIM (Flare Modelling)
Health & Safety Compliance (Inc. SECE) CBT
PHA-Pro End User
Phast Advanced Discharge Modelling
Phast Advanced Dispersion and Toxic Modelling
Phast Advanced Flammable Modelling
Phast Software Introduction
Risk Management - Bowtie Method
Hazardous Area Classification


Key Requirements:
• Higher technical qualification within engineering field e.g. Process Safety, Chemical or Mechanical is mandatory. Chartered in mechanical, chemical/process engineering is desirable
• 10+ years’ experience in Safety Engineering in Oil & Gas Industry. Experience in both design and operation is desirable.
• Software knowledge MS Office (Word/Excel mandatory), PHAST, PHA-Pro, BowTie XP, FLARESIM
• Ability to prepare technical reports and letters, work to deadlines, organised and methodical. Ability to interact with Senior Management and regulatory bodies. Technically confident.