SHEQ / Safety Officer

Reference: DB 6844

Consultant: Dorei Barnes


  • Compile and maintain safety files and other related relevant files for projects
  • Conduct pre implementation risk assessments on new sites if and when required and identify risk mitigation measures in conjunction with contractors
  • Review Contractor Risk Assessment. Visit sites to assess work for compliance to specifications.
  • Provide SHE improvement proposals, proposed corrective action, required resources for corrective action and plan of implementation on NCRs issued
  • Follow up to ensure that corrective actions are implemented where necessary and ensure that requirements are complied with.
  • Report on Contractor performance where repetitive matters are not being addressed according to DFA requirements.
  • Conduct SHE Committee Meetings (plan, scheduled and review)
  • Attend meetings if and when required on behalf of the Company’s SHEQ department – Management meetings, Technical meetings, Steering Committee meetings (weekly, monthly, quarterly)
  • Review and amend standards, specifications, policies and procedures for approval.
  • Ensure that Operations employees, contractors and site visitors receive SHE induction at Kick-Off meetings and before entering construction operations
  • Monitor contractor performance and work sites by conducting continuos site visits and audits and compiling relevant reports. Escalate matters of continuous non-conformance.
  • Establish Safe Work Procedures; Standard Operating Procedures and Safe Work Instructions for tasks as and when required.
  • Monitoring the implementation of Safe Work Procedures, Instructions and protocols to determine continuous improvement.
  • Planning and coordinating SHEQ related training for regional staff in conjunction with HQ strategies. (Bookings, ensuring payments etc.)
  • Maintaining and updating all relevant SHEQ department administrative folders pertaining to regional accountabilities & responsibilities i.e. (weekly schedule planner, S.O.R folder, file audits etc.)
  • Ensure accurate registration and record keeping of all legislative requirements in conjunction with HQ strategy pertaining to regional office i.e. (PPE registers, Awareness training registers, all office inspection related registers).
  • Perform any other work related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned from time-to-time by management
  • Health and safety documentation for authorities
  • Compile project specific emergency response and preparedness plans
  • Conduct site safety Inductions
  • Review and update the health and safety plan



  • National Senior Certificate / Matric
  • SAMTRAC Certificate or equivalent occupational SHE training
  • National Diploma or equivalent in Health & Safety Management
  • First Aid level 2 Basic Certificate
  • Fire Prevention Certificate
  • Registered as a Professional Construction Health & Safety Officer under the SACPCMP
  • Environmental & Quality qualification an advantage
  • Minimum of 5 years’ relevant experience in monitoring and auditing of contractor safety performances.
  • Experience of implementing Health and Safety in a highly technical, complex industrial environment essential
  • Exposure to and understanding of implementation of OHSAS 18001 / 14001 and ISO 9001
  • Well experienced in Company standards and programs requirements in order to pass on knowledge and requirements to others.


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