OHSE Manager


Last Updated: 23rd July 2019 (over 3 years ago)

Address
South Africa

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
55 to 64

Qualification Level
Degree

Languages
Afrikaan, English

Summary

I believe that my experience, qualifications, knowledge and skills make me as Project Safety Manager and Consultant the perfect candidate for any OHSE role, and to meet any challenges that the position may offer. I have a great passion for the profession and the highest regard for service excellence.

I have excellent communication skills. I am reliable, loyal, hardworking, motivated and determined. I am a team player and I pay attention to detail. I work very well under pressure and I am also a positive person who is always willing to take on new responsibilities.

Education

South African Istitude of Occupational Safety and Health
Registration with Saiosh (Graduate menber)

   Mar 2019
— Mar 2019

Professional body to register Occupational Health and Safety Professionals in South Africa in terms of the NQF Act, Act 67 of 2008

The Education, Training and Development Practices Sector Education and Training Authority
Conduct outcomes-based assessment

   Jan 2019
— Jan 2019

Demonstrate understanding of outcomes-based assessment;
• Prepare for assessments;
• Conduct assessments;
• Provide feedback on assessments; and
• Review assessments.

South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions.
Proffesional registration with SACPCMP

   Sep 2016
— Sep 2016

Proffesional registration with the South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions

SGS
Legal Liability

   Sep 2014
— Sep 2014

New Construction Regulations

ISOQAR - Africa
OSHAS 18001

   Oct 2009
— Oct 2009

internationally recognised Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series

Africa Reptiles & Venom
Snake Id & Snakebite Treatment + Venomous Snake Handling

   Sep 2009
— Sep 2009

1.Identification of the dangerous and medical important snakes.
2. Symptoms and syndromes of snakebite.
3. First Aid protocol
4. Medical Snakebite treatment.
5. Allergies to anti-venom and treatment of anaphylaxis

LCS:
Legal Liability OHS Act / MHS Act.

   Aug 2009
— Aug 2009

Occupational Health and Safety Act and Mines Health and Safety Act.

IRCA
IRCON

   Sep 2007
— Sep 2007

Methods and techniques for identifying, evaluating and managing hazards on a project and determining corrective and preventative measures

IRCA
AICAt

   Aug 2007
— Aug 2007

Systematic incident investigation course, which allows the investigators of incidents to identify the safety system deficiencies that lead to the occurrence of a loss or a potential loss. It guides the investigators through a process of loss or potential loss evaluation, identification of immediate and basic causes and ultimately the determination of lack of control

Mine Rescue Centre
Mines Rescue Advance Certificate

   Oct 2004
— Oct 2004

Training on more aspects rescue incorporating leadership and planning skills designed for the rescue team captain and vice captain

BHP Billiton I - Campus
DU PONT CERTIFICATE

   Jul 2004
— Jul 2004

o Accident investigation
o Safety Methods
o Behaviour science
o Sustainable Solutions

Vaal Triangle Technikon
NADSAM

   Jan 1999
— Nov 2001

o Safety law
o Risk Management
o Industrial Loss control
o Industrial Hygiene
o Environment Management
o Business Management
o Computers end user
o Security Management
o Fire fighting

Mine Rescue Service
MINE RESCUE

   Jun 1997
— Jun 1997

Training in plans and procedures for rescue
fire emergencies and safe fire-fighting practices
ventilation and fire suppression
types and use of respiratory protective equipment

National Occupational Safety Association
IT IS

   Jun 1997
— Jun 1997

An introduction to facilitation
The facilitation process
Facilitating: a learning event
Assessment and evaluation

National Occupational Safety Association
SAMTRAC CERTIFICATE

   May 1997
— May 1997

o SHE Foundations
o Legislative Requirements
o Safety Principles
o Environment Management
o Risk Management
o Management Systems

SASOL
CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCE MILLWRIGHT

   Jan 1990
— Nov 1992

o Switch gear
o Fault-finding
o Mine equipment
o LV/HV
o Flame proofing

Trade School at Dept. Manpower in Olifantsfontein
CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCE FITTER AND TURNER

   Jan 1980
— Nov 1987

Fitting And Turning

Experience

Consolidated Safety
Owner

   Mar 2018
— Current

Consult for various companies on HSE matters.

LSL Consulting
SAFETY MANAGER

   Oct 2016
— Mar 2018

• Implement and maintain the complete Safety Management system for the company in accordance with Legislation, standards and world best practice
• Review and develop site specific safety policies, procedures and guidelines in keeping up with world best practice and assist and guide in implementation and application thereof
• Assist management in identification potential risk exposures
• Develop effective Risk Assessment strategies complete with monitoring systems, and advise on Implementation.
• Ensure that safety appointment is in place and organogram are current at all times
• Develop, review update induction training program
• Manage the Safety department, the safety resources and safety personnel i.e. specific duties
• Carry out and or arrange safety audits and ensure that remedial recommendations Implemented
• Facilitate the investigation of incidents, accidents, high potential near misses, dangerous occurrence and prepare report and ensure that recommended remedial action is executed
• Maintain incident/accident statistics, analyse trends and take remedial action
• Conduct safety inspections in conjunction with Client, sub-contractors and line management
• Implement of emergency response and evacuation procedures and monitor its effectiveness by undertaking evacuation drills
• Represent the company on safety matters
• Provide support and safety advise to the safety committee
• Prepare and present monthly reports
• Become involved in on the job training of others
• Liaise with DOL and DMR

Conco
Safety manager

   Apr 2016
— Oct 2016

• Coordinate all activities and ensure that it is done in accordance with the relevant legislation.
• Good structured audit- system reports and close outs
• See to it that standards and Legal Requirements are adhered to.
• Accident investigation, accident reports and corrective action
• Ensure that equipment adhere to standards and Legal Requirements
• Implementation of new Legislation.
• Coordinate Risk Assessments
• Task observation and on the job training
• Provide support and safety advice to the safety committee.
• Keep up Safety stats and analyse trends
• Compile and present monthly report

Consolidated Safety
Owner

   Jun 2015
— Apr 2016

Consult for various companies on HSE matters.

KCWJV
Project Safety Manager

   May 2010
— Jun 2015

• Implement and maintain the overall Safety Management System for the Company in accordance with Legislation, World best practice and as per standards.
• Ensure that the site organogram and all safety appointments are in place and signed off by the Site Manager.
• Develop, review and update induction training program.
• Manage the safety department, the site safety resources and safety personnel assigned to the department i.e. specific duties.
• Establish periodic safety strategies and milestones to be achieved.
• Assist management in the identification and control of potential risk exposures.
• Promote good safety practices throughout all company activities
• Review the site safety policy and pledge statements on an annual basis
• Ensure that company policy statements/emergency response plans and risk assessments are produced and quality assured
• Advise, develop and monitor effective risk assessment management strategies and make recommendations on the implementation of these strategies
• Review and develop site specific safety policies, procedures and guidance in keeping with world best practice and make recommendations on their implementation and application
• Consult with senior managers and other line managers and give appropriate advice on formulating best-practices, policies and procedures.
• Provide, or where necessary source, training for staff in relation to safety policies, practice and procedures.
• Propose, implement and monitor measures necessary to comply with local safety legislation and codes of practice.
• Carry out and or arrange workplace safety audits and ensure that any remedial recommendations are implemented.
• Maintain accident statistics, analyse trends and, propose and take remedial action where necessary
• Facilitate incidents, accidents, high potential near misses, dangerous occurrence investigations and prepare report of findings, including recommendations to prevent recurrence and ensure approved course of action.
• Coordinate and monitor all contractors/sub-contractors and service providers activities and legal compliance.
• Assist and support staff/consultants/contractors in the preparation of risk assessments and safe work procedures. Monitor the availability and appropriateness of risk assessments and safe work procedures, where necessary.
• Maintain a register of first aiders and ensure the adequate provision of first-aid and welfare facilities. Ensure all first aiders are appropriately trained.
• Liaise as necessary with other organizations and relevant authorities, and provide assistance and cooperation concerning audits and remedial actions
• Develop procedures to ensure that contractors, suppliers, consultants and other irregular visitors to the company comply with relevant legislation and company safety policies
• Undertake company safety inspections in conjunction with Client, sub-contractors and line management.
• Ensure maintenance of safety file to include but not limited to: supervisor appointment, risk assessments, toolbox talk registers, competencies, registers and checklists for inspection of tools and equipment used.
• Ensure the implementation of the company emergency response and evacuation procedure and monitor its effectiveness by undertaking evacuation drills on site.
• Ensure, at minimum, legal compliance and reduce risk of non-compliance in the area of safety.
• Represent the company on SHE matters.
• Provide support and safety advice to the safety committee.
• Prepare monthly reports to the Project manager and JV Partners.
• Respond to requests for safety advice/guidance/information wherever appropriate.
• Liaison between management and staff on all matters relating to safety and to ensure consistent application and understanding of policies and procedures.
• Counsel employees in the event of transgressions of set safety rules and regulations.
• Organise and implement safety competitions/campaigns.
• Become involved in on the job training of others.
• Liaise with DOL

Eskom
Project Safety Manager

   Mar 2009
— Jun 2010

• Coordinate Safety Managers activities and ensure that it is done in accordance with the relevant legislation.
• Good structured audit- system reports and close outs.
• Standard-instructions, Job-descriptions + Safe task-procedures.
• Implementation of new Legislation.
• Accident investigation, accident reports and corrective action
• See to it that standards and Legal Requirements are adhered to.
• Task observation and on the job training.
• Risk Assessments
• Implement Safety best practices
• Implement Safety Improvement Plans.
• Ensure that new safety-equipment adhere to standards and Legal Requirements.
• Contractors’ activities see to it that contractors adhere to all Legal Requirements.
• Meetings with Project Managers, Client, Safety Managers, Contractor.
• Analysis of trends and corrective action
• Incident/accident investigation.
• Prepare monthly reports
• Presentation on stats and improvement plans.
• Liaise with DOL and DMR

GRD Minproc
SAFETY ADVISOR / Safety manager

   May 2008
— Mar 2009

• Maintaining good structured audit- system reports and follow- ups.
• Maintaining of Standard-instructions, Job-descriptions + Safe task-procedures.
• Monitor all commissioning activities
• Implementation of new Legislation.
• Accident investigation and accident reports.
• See to it that standards and Legal Requirements are adhered to.
• Task observation and on the job training.
• Risk Assessments.
• Ensure that new safety-equipment adhere to standards and Legal Requirements.
• Coordinate contractor’s activities see to it that contractors adhere to all Legal Requirements.
• Safety-meetings with Safety-Representatives, Line-Personnel, Contractors, Sub - Contractors and Management.

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