As Marine Advisor,the incumbent will assist with the delivery of following key assurance processes and services:
Conduct or facilitate assessments of marine facilities,and enter (and maintain current) the results in BCAS (Baseline Criteria Assessment System),as well as follow-up on findings following inspection.
Support the Marine Manager in maintaining the Coastal shipping and Barge Risk Assessment [CoBRA] database for Shell businesses in the cluster.
Inspection and where required rating of coastal Cargo Transport Vessels & barges,Support Vessels and passenger craft.
Assessment of Ship & barge operators through the Shipowner Management Review Process
Implement Contractor Management in accordance with Contract and Procurement and Health, Safety, Security and the Environment (HSSE) assurance requirements. Support businesses in optimising contractual performance of shipping service providers - this includes,but is not limited to,vessels,marine storage facilities,marine cargo surveying. A line of communications to the respective Global Category Manager(s) and/or advisors will be required.
Assist business HSSE focal points in the development,and review of,the maritime HEMP and/or safety case ensuring that controls and risk responses identified are appropriately managed to ALARP.
Provide maritime technical advice and support as required by the Marine Manager with regard to:-
a. Port,facility and vessel/shore compatibility information.
b. Shore Officer training at vessel/shore interface
c. Vessel Quality Assurance
d. Ship to ship cargo transfer operations
e. Technical advice on chartering and contracts
f. Emergency/Crisis/Oil spill Response including exercises to ascertain effectiveness of plans
g. Management & mitigation of maritime HSE risks
h. Cargo quantity and quality,and handling of dangerous goods
i. Demurrage and other claims
Promote and support businesses in the implementation of the Maritime Process Model,completion of the Self Assessment,and compliance with the HSSE Control Framework with particular emphasis on the Transport Manual- Maritime Safety.
Provide support to Shell businesses in the investigation and follow-up of maritime incidents.
Promote relationships with relevant national authorities and external industry bodies to share best practices,positively influence implementation of safety standards and provide information to the business on iniatives,standards and regulations.
Provide support to the businesses on the application and implementation of applicable global maritime processes as developed within Maritime Services Division.
Job Start Date:
Marine (Ship) - Officer
To Be Completed - To Be Arranged/Announced
Job Advertised on:
4 Jul 2012
Job Advertisement Expires on:
4 Oct 2012
Oil Offshore Marine Reference:
Work Permit Requirements:
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