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HSE&C Manager, Japan (Offshore Wind)

HSE&C Manager, Japan (Offshore Wind)

  • Location Japan - Tokyo Roppongi
  • Travel required Yes - up to 50%
  • Job category HSSE Group
  • Relocation available No
  • Job type Professionals
  • Job code 136503BR
  • Experience level Senior
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Job summary

This is an exciting time to join our team and help us in our ambition to become a net zero company by 2050 or sooner, and in our purpose of reimagining energy for our people and planet.

In Health, safety, environment and carbon (HSE&C), our goal is to care for and protect our people, plant and planet from harm. Operating in a central capacity with a bp-wide remit, HSE&C covers all businesses where operational activities and risk exists.

Responsible for managing a large team to establish and implement programmes to deliver safe, reliable and compliant operations and ensure the maintenance of HS&E management systems and regulatory compliance, contributing to strategic development for HS&E and driving the safety behaviours to ensure the business is informed and focused on managing safety and reducing risk.

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We are now looking for a HSE&C Manager, who will be responsible for managing and setting the strategic direction for Health, Safety, Environment as well as help deliver our Carbon aims for our Offshore Wind Projects in Japan. This Manager will help establish and implement programmes that support the Line to deliver safe, reliable and compliant operations.

You will have the great opportunity to contribute to the strategic development of the safety culture and support programs that drive safety leadership behaviors - this will allow the business and partners to be informed and focused on operations managing safety and reducing risk. To support these goals, this role maintains the relevant bp HSE and goverment regulatory compliance management systems.

Key accountabilities

  • Lead the development and maintenance of the HSE strategy to achieve HSE performance improvement in line with business strategy and deliver the HSE Policy’s expectations
  • Lead as a role model for HSE, encouraging a strong speak up and safety culture, and lead the HSE team in accordance with the Safety Leadership Principles, bp Values and Behaviors, ethics and compliance, rules and processes whilst providing to the team performance management, technical development and coaching
  • Provide guidance and advice to the workforce concerning HSE procedures / programs, hazard identification and promotional activities to raise HSE awareness and understanding; review processes to verify that procedures accurately reflect good HSE working practices
  • Define and embed the incident investigation process to determine causal and contributory factors and develop recommendations; manage the response to HSE issues identified from investigations with the appropriate leaders so that learnings are embedded systematically to continually improve HSE performance
  • Define and embed the HSE self-verification framework ensuring the activity and risk of operational activities is managed and lead HSE compliance audits, identifying gaps and solutions; communicate items to address, creates gap closure plans and supports the implementation of solutions
  • Manage the process to develop insights from HSE metrics analysis, HSE self-verification and incident investigation findings; advise on emerging risks and HSE improvement opportunities and provide direction to improve the HSE performance
  • Manage the sub-entities relationship to ensure the delivery of resources managed by the team on behalf of the regions through Service Level Agreements, these include Incident investigation, contractor safety management, external relationships, RC, CCM and ER and HSE.
  • Support the entity to meet relevant OMS sub-elements, bp Practices and local regulatory requirements; manage the regional regulatory relationships
  • Manage the HSE function budget preparation, cost control, develop staff capability and carry out performance assessments

About you

You will have a Degree in HSE related discipline, Engineering or Science. A NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety equivalent or an equivalent professional accreditation (e.g. IEMA Diploma, IOHA accreditation) is also required. Within two years achieving Chartered status of Institute of Occupational Safety or Health or Certified Safety Professional or Certified Industrial Hygienist or equivalent will be preferable.

It would be essential that you have:
  • Extensive relevant experience in a leadership role demonstrating personal and process safety leadership skills with highly advanced knowledge of HSE, CCM ER and regulatory systems, standards and policy in Offshore Wind, Construction, or other high hazard industries.
  • Advanced technical knowledge and experience in hazard identification, with detailed knowledge of HSE practices and procedures and delivery of safety programmes
  • Fluent in both Japanese and English.

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