Senior HSSE Advisor


Last Updated: 27th February 2018 (over 4 years ago)

Address
United Kingdom

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
35 to 44

Qualification Level
Masters

Languages
English, French, Italian

Summary

I am 12-year-experienced Competent HSE-S Practitioner, last 9 years acted as Project HSSE Manager, in O&G, Pharma, Marine and Construction Industries, both onshore and offshore (oilrigs, FPSO, island, vessels), in pharma (cleaning rooms construction, HVAC&Sewer and Utilities lines, Commissioning Phase), also in remote and extreme environment.

I have VCA-SCC Operational Supervisioning, IWCF-I Level, FOET (+HUET) and H2S certs, and also NEBOSH IGC and Italian RSPP; BSc and MSc in Geopolitical, Security and Safety Studies; I have "Yellow Fever Vaccination", on 31/03/2015, so I am medical fitted; HazID and HazOP Analyses expert, as part of team, for evaluation identification and action, on critical points.

Besides I'm at the moment under evaluation by IOSH and IEMA, and actually AffiliateIOSH Member, n.193940, and AssociateIEMA Member, n.0135032.

I have experience both, in following projects since contract requests (FEED), to delivery to final Client and to manage Corporate Department, in multisite and different Countries; I have direct experience in artificial island construction, from Hook-Up till Commissioning activities (D-Island, Kashagan Region) and Decommissioning/Dismanteling and Revamping activities on platform rigs (DP3/4 and "Sloug” FPSO Vessel, Bouri Field) or in desert (Zubair oilfield - following dredging, trenching and backfilling activities).

As Project Manager, I managed training matrix, I produced new procedures and adjusted the old ones to new problems, solving them; leading and co-leading SIMOPs on site and during meeting with Top-Management both side, Company and Client; preparing and signing PTW and influencing decision makers on right decisions; conducted internal and external audits following also OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14001/9001 obtaining the ri-certifications by Third Bodies RINa and Achilles/FPAL, growing in the rank of 0.5 points per each section from previous Inspection Visits.

I speak Italian, as mother tongue, a fluent English (C2) and basic French and Spanish (A1).

Education

IEMA
Associate IEMA Member

   Jul 2017
— Current

Professional Membership

n° 0135032

IOSH
AffiIiate IOSH Member

   Jul 2017
— Current

Professional Membership

n° 193940

CFO
Basic H2S Training (Refresh)

   May 2017
— May 2017

n° 99049014110517004
Exp. date: May 2019

SGU-Prüfung von Operativ Tätingen Führungskräften and ABICert – Tervis Zertifizierungen
SCC-VCA Certificate

   Oct 2016
— Oct 2016

n° PP.16.D.17.99-09

IWCF-International Well Control Forum
Level 1 Programme – IWCF

   May 2016
— May 2016

n° GninbhDQVB

Results: 80/100

APT
FOET+HUET/CAB and EBS (Refresh)

   May 2015
— May 2015

n° 00295858040515156516/15
Exp. Date: May 2019

Nebosh
NEBOSH IGC

   Mar 2015
— Mar 2015

n° 00278603

University of Perugia
MoA, Graduate – Master degree “Italian HSE Management”

   Jun 2006
— Jan 2008

“Il Nuovo RSPP – Responsabile Del Servizio Prevenzione e Protezione ex D.Lgs. 195/03” (ex EU Dir. 89/391/CEE, 89/654/CEE, 89/655/CEE, 89/656/CEE, 90/269/CEE, 90/270/CEE, 90/394/CEE, 90/679/CEE, 93/88/CEE, 95/63/CE, 97/42/CE, 98/24/CE, 99/38/CE, 99/92/CE, 2001/45/CE and 2003/10/CE)
University of Perugia and ISPESL

Refresh accomplished: 15th July 2015

University of Rome "Roma Tre"
MSc, Graduate – Master University Level Degree – EQF 8

   Sep 2004
— Jun 2005

Geopolitical, Security and Safety Studies – UN Certificates and University of Rome “Roma Tre”

University of Rome "Roma Tre"
BSc, Graduate Degree in Political Science – EQF-European Qualification Framework 7

   Sep 1997
— Nov 2004

University of Rome “Roma Tre” / vote: 101/110

Experience

STL Oil&Gas Services
Senior HSSE Adviser

   Dec 2017
— Current

Main duties:
Leading by example in demonstrating the correct behaviour in implementing all HSE programs according to OHSAS/BS 18001, 9001, 14001 standard.
Incident Investigation techniques, following FMEA-5WHY’s-Fault tree Analyses
In liaison with Document Controller/HSE Environmental Supervisor ensuring implementation of documents control and tracking systems (both internal and client based requirements) are implemented in accordance to Quality standards.
Ensuring arrangements are in place for the co-ordination and control documents relevant to Sub- Contractor activities.
Monitoring fire fighting and emergency procedures and ensure that these are brought to the attention of all persons associated with the Company's activities.
Communicating HSE Policy and Processes to supervisors and staff. Maintain effective consultation in respect of Health, Safety and Environmental management. Include Health, Safety and Environment as an agenda item in all project HSE meetings. Conduct project HSE meetings.
Contentious promotion and setting up of Safety culture throughout all level of company and subcontractors employees involved in the project.
Attending Safety Walkthroughs and Inspections.
Reporting to Company HSE Manager the practice of failing to follow established safety and environmental
procedures or misuse equipment provided for health and safety.
Supporting Company HSE Manager and management team in implementation of HSE system ensuring international standards, local and client requirements are met, understood, followed by STL personnel and subcontractors involved in project activities.
In liaison with Project QHSE Manager controlling HSE system and STL library ensuring HSE team is equipped with integrated systematic approach to documentation database and tracking system.
In liaison with Project QHSE Manager devising and/or revising HSE Plan, Emergency and Operational Procedures, ensuring those are being properly communicated throughout the all level of organization.
In liaison with Project QHSE Manager conducting procedures familiarization sessions and training responding to training program requirements, operational and incident management needs.
Attending operational sites to monitor the operations to identify weaknesses and negative trends, allocating adequate procedural, physical and behavioral controls (Site Specific work instructions, JSA Sessions, TBT etc.)
Risk and incident prevention management. Attends Risk Assessment workshops, JSA sessions, TBT, Operational Daily Progress and Planning Meetings.

Micoperi SpA
Corporate HSE-S Manager

   Apr 2017
— Sep 2017

Micoperi Marine Contractor, Ravenna (Italy) and Projects Italy and Worldwide
Main duties, but not limited to:
To manage the HSE Department
1 RSPP, Italian Law HSE Advisor;
1 HSE Coordinator and OHSAS/EMAS/Quality System Auditor;
1 HSE and Port Security Officer;
1 DPA and Vessel Security Officer;
1 Site HSE Manager and 2 Offshore Vessel HSE and PTW Coordinators;
several PTW and HSE Officers all around the world (Mexico, Congo, Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt, Libya);
3 PTW and HSE Vessel/Diving Supervisors;
To ensure, in line with corporate guidelines, the implementation, updating, reviewing and auditing the HSE management system;
To support the company management on issues relating to the HSE;
To ensure the proper dissemination of information relating to HSE issues;
To plan and monitor the effective implementation of safety procedures and ensuring the appropriate update in line with the changes to the law and the directives;
To promote , motivate and make known to all HSE staff emphasizing their importance and the importance of compliance with the procedures laid down by the HSE management system and the proper use of all equipment provided for health and safety;
To review the HSE management system , plans / programs HSE , and reports on accidents , incidents , near misses;
Continuously to monitor legal compliance;
Being trait d’union between Company and Fleet Dept;
Being the Security Manager for all particular situation(s) arising before and after deployment in extreme and remote environment(s)
To prepare Security Report on future tendering and consequently Security Surveys on new project field(s)

Bureau Veritas Italia
Senior HSE-S Adviser

   Jan 2016
— Mar 2017

Managing HVAC/Sewer and Utilities Lines installation, shutdowns activities; lifting and rigging operations, preparing and checking “Lifting Plans”; Permit to Work Coordination, and Safety Inspections; Risk Assessment, RCA, JSA, TapRoot Analysis; Training Courses to Expert(s), Senior and Entry Level, Contractor(s), Field Staff on several subjects: HazOP and HazID Analysis Techniques, Investigation Techniques, Excavation and Lifting/Rigging best practices, Work At Height and Confine Space Entries operations, Safety and Security Issues/Best Practices in Offshore/Onshore/Remote and Extreme environment(s).
Emergency Evacuation during fire alarm, firefighting techniques; Emergency Preparedness and Evacuation for terrorist attack(s).

Total E&P
Senior Site HSE Adviser

   Jun 2013
— Nov 2013

Managed 10 subcontractors and per every Subcontractors, approximately 5 to 8 Safety Officers.
Main tasks were to supervise, together with a team of 8 other TOTAL’s Advisors, the first stage of project, related to the site preparation: from civil, to mechanical and drilling operations.
During the civil works, the very first activities on place, overseeing on safety routes/roads, pits and offices: piling and excavation, drilling and dumping, scaffoldings and WAH, routes and road designing and construction.
During Mechanical activities, overseeing lifting operations and welding and cutting activities related to the first stage of piping and pipelines assembly, directly on site; NDT and pressure test activities.
During drilling operations, overseeing drilling team, during rig erection and first drilling activities (ex Italian D.Lgs. 624/96 - Coordination of “Sorveglianti ai Pozzi” - but not “covering”, directly, the position of “Sorvegliante ai Pozzi”).

Sicim
Project HSSE Manager

   Jan 2013
— Jan 2014

Managed 30 HSE Officers, 2 HSE Coordinators and 2 Training Coordinators; also co-responsible for PTW Dept., in liaison with Construction Dept, and for Security issues, with the Security Manager.
Managing a wide range of activities: lifting, digging, coating, cutting, welding, NDT (X-Rays and Y-Rays), backfilling, insulating, electrical, taking place on a huge area of 50km square.
As Technical Training Manager, liaising with the Company’s Training Manager, led two Training Coordinators (Arabic mother tongue), organizing and supervising over the preparation and delivery of specific training courses, in various arguments, from Safety & Security side, and on work practices:
SWAH-Safe Work At Height;
CSE-Confined Space Entries;
Scaffolding Erection/Dismantling/Modification and Survey;
Digging and Drilling Techniques, with special and/or specific tools and machines (thrust boring machines)
Investigation Techniques – JSA, RCA, etc…;
NDT-Non Destructive Tests Techniques ;
Hydrotesting Techniques;
Scanning with manual tools and GPR-Ground Penetrating Radar machines;
Lifting Techniques (heavy and simple ones), Lifting Plan;
Rigging and Manual Handling Techniques;
Firefighting and ER-Emergency Response Techniques;
Working in H2S and hazardous environments;
Transport and logistics issues on site and on public and private routes (safety and security transportation);
As Health & Environmental Manager, liaising with MDs on Camp and Campbosses, managed the water treatment and refrigerator and cooling systems and cantine, following HACCP Standards; food&beverage delivering to workforce onsite and in camp; conducting investigations and producing reports and procedures, on ill and health diseases appeared on field; implementing and controlling the waste management system and related procedures, taking agreements with local and international waste management companies; organizing a waste management system, both on site and onto Camp, with areas identification and protective system containers for waste disposal, preparing and producing related procedures and trainings.
As Security Manager, liaising with Italian Ambassador, Iraqi Military Forces’s and Client’s Representatives and internal Security Manager, organizing on Camp and on site security, deploying 8 Security teams – 4 persons each –divided into 3 d/n shifts patrolling the whole field, and 2 teams – one per shift – as Camp protection and patrolling Service; organizing drills with all employees on weekly basis, and one muster drill per month; producing a specific Security Management System and related Security Procedures.
As Safety Manager, identifying and anticipating safety and health concerns and hazards by surveying environmental,
operational, and occupational conditions and rendering opinions on new procedures and recommending preventative programs, throughout meetings with Client and Company Top-Management for problems arising during day-by-day ops, following the HazOp and HazID Analysis techniques; developing safety campaigns, attending to morning general TBTs and participating to team’s TBTs, developing safety systems, policies, and procedures, and training management and employees on rules and regulations; conducting safety inspections and investigating violations to ensure safety procedures are being followed and counseling managers and employees accordingly; maintaining worker training schedules and completing all required regulatory documentation; organizing and delivering 8- and 40-hour hazardous waste operations and emergency response courses.
Organizing employees muster drills, on weekly basis, in accordance to Security Drills and Evacuations.
Reducing the number of accidents significantly, reaching the “1.000.000 Manhours LTIFREE”, several times.

Rosetti Marino - Libyan Brench
Offshore Project HSE Manager

   Jan 2013
— May 2013

Managing the entire project in terms of HSE, with 3 sub-contractors: scaffolding, insulation and painting, NDT, Mechanical activities, Pressure Test.
As Technical Training Manager, liaising with the Company’s Training Manager, led two Training Coordinators, organizing and overseeing the preparation and delivery of specific training courses, in various arguments, from Safety & Security side, and on work practices until the choice of Local and International Training Companies Accredited by Client Company and Country; and when needed the accreditation of Training Companies and/or Courses at the Client; i.e.: (the previous plus)
Work on oilrigs, platform, FPSO and Vessels
ERT-Emergencies Response Team member and leader
As Project Health Manager, liaising with Rig MDs, taking under control all the issues could raise up during shift period, related to employees illness and health diseases, reporting them to Rig MDs and Company’s HSE Manager and Medical Doctor.
As Project Safety and Environmental Manager, liaising with Rig HSE Managers and Their Officers, identifying and anticipating safety and health concerns and hazards by surveying environmental, operational, and occupational conditions and rendering opinions on new procedures and recommending preventative programs, throughout meetings with Client and Company Top-Management for problems arising during day-by-day ops, following the HazOp and HazID Analysis techniques; developing safety campaigns, attending to morning general TBTs and participating to team’s TBTs, developing safety systems, policies, and procedures, and train management and employees on rules and regulations; conducting safety inspections and investigating violations to ensure safety procedures are being followed and counseling managers and employees accordingly; maintaining worker training schedules and completing all required regulatory documentation; organizing and delivering 8- and 40-hour hazardous waste operations and emergency response courses.
Designing specific procedures, and implementing and maintaining them, to operate safely, during rig’s daily operations, without impacting with rig’s production and life, but allowing the dismantling and revamping operations took place regularly, achieving the results to complete the activities just in time, and reaching the goal of Zero Incident.
Participating, and sometimes conducting, to weekly muster drills and rig evacuation drills, organized by rig’s HSE Dept.
Established a “Waste Management System”, identifying several collecting points, spread to all rig levels, and a system to move them to appropriate and designated rig points, without impacting with rig operations and safety&security of all rig occupants, both rig’s and Company’s staffs.

KCOI llp
Offshore Project HSE Manager

   Jun 2011
— Jan 2013

I held the position of Project HSE Manager, for the "Mechanical HUC Project", for Agip KCO Project: "Kashagan Development Project / D-Island" - artificial island off the coast of the Caspian Sea, about 80 km from Atyrau. 28/28 rotation
Managing the whole project in terms of HSE, leading a team of 6 / 8 people (depending on rotation) and the management of about 300 (three hundred) employees and 3 sub-contractors: scaffolding, insulation and painting, NDT.
As Technical Training Manager, liaising with the Company’s Training Manager, led two Training Coordinators, organizing and overseeing the preparation and delivery of specific training courses, in various arguments, from Safety & Security side, and on work practices until the choice of Local and International Training Companies Accredited by Client Company and Country; and when needed the accreditation of Training Companies and/or Courses at the Client; i.e.: (the previous plus)
Work on oilrigs, platform, FPSO and Vessels
ERT-Emergencies Response Team member and leader
As Project Health Manager, liaising with Barge and Rig MDs, taking under control all the issues could raise up during shift period, pertaining employees illness and health diseases, reporting them to Rig MDs and Company’s HSE Manager and Medical Doctor; organizing specific surveying with barge Master and MD, focused on water treatment system, cleaning and waste management and safety issues.
As Project Safety and Environmental Manager, designing layout for vehicles movement and specific areas identification: gas storeging, welding and cutting habitats, smoking and welfare facilities, waste collecting points.
Producing safety, environmental and work procedures, useful to avoid any problem could raise up during the daily activities; identifying and anticipating safety and health concerns and hazards by surveying environmental, operational, and occupational conditions and recommending preventative programs, throughout meetings with Client and Company Top-Management for problems arising during day-by-day ops, following the HazOp and HazID Analysis techniques; developing safety campaigns, attending to morning general TBTs and participating to team’s TBTs, developing safety systems, policies, and procedures, and train management and employees on rules and regulations; conducting safety inspections and investigating violations to ensure safety procedures are being followed and counseling managers and employees accordingly; maintaining worker training schedules and completing all required regulatory documentation, both from Client’s, Main Contractor’s and RoK’s requests.
Organizing and delivering emergency response courses and on monthly basis, barge muster drills.
Reducing the number of accidents significantly, reaching the “1.000.000 Manhours LTIFREE” goal, several times.

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