Industrial Hygiene Head
Job Description Industrial Hygiene Head
Part A: Job Specification
Establish and steward Industrial Hygiene protocols for the Client Onshore Project across all EPC Packages. including Health Risk Assessment procedure for activities, associated camps, construction, commissioning and related facilities and/or project sites.
Conduct and analyze results of personal and area biological, chemical and physical hazards monitoring in line with Project and client IH policies and procedures as well as regulatory requirements. Manage all IH related reporting for Client
Contribute to incident investigations related to health and hygiene related injuries to ensure accurate root cause analysis. Support & advise EPC Contractor's Health Risk and Ergonomic Assessments.
Liase with relevant personnel regarding medical surveillance per job classification and exposure potential in the workplace. .
Key Job Accountabilities
Contributes to the establishment of the project industrial hygiene management process, including Health Risk Assessment record keeping for Client Onshore, in-line with Project, Client Medical policies and procedures as well as relevant regulatory requirements. Supports the investigation of personal injuries and illnesses, as well as project identified health hazard risks.
Ensure that industrial hygiene procedures are aligned with Project, Clint and RLIC requirements as well as legal requirements of the State of Qatar. Both at Site and Camps.
Review all Industrial Hygiene documents, systems and equipment requirements (deliverables) across all EPC packages of the project in consideration of project requirements and regulatory bodies (e.g. MoPH, and client , Project and client health and hygiene requirements).
Support the EPC CONTRACTOR(s) with Industrial Hygiene matters and follow-up of injury and illness cases with Client Medical and state/ legal authorities. Support the development, implementation and proactive monitoring of Health and Industrial Hygiene requirements.
Support the development of a centralized database to report, record and track all Industrial Hygiene risks and control programs, equipment calibration and records of all project inspections and audits. Contribute to periodic Health Risk Assessments, inspections, statistics and analysis, developing recommendations, and reporting to project management.
Support the establishment of Industrial Hygiene requirements for the client Onshore, including tools, equipment, audits, consumables and manpower.
Supports the objective of the timely issuance of audits and inspections of facilities by relevant regulatory bodies to ensure all EPC CONTRACTOR(s) and subcontractors meet project, government and industry best practices. This shall include both site and camp with a particular focus on worker welfare.
Interface as key focal point between relevant health and hygiene representatives including regulatory bodies, client, and client EPC CONTRACTOR(s).
Identify & evaluate all potential Industrial Hygiene risks to achieve the right level of control during the EPC phase of the project and support the preparation of personnel, documentation and related requirements including resource requirements.
Part B: Person Specification - Minimum Requirements
Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Hygiene, Safety, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Science, or higher.
Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) or equivalent.
Knowledge and/or Experience
15 years experience in IH related field.
Familiar with general health and industrial hygiene aspects of a large industrial setting and associated utilities. Ability to read P&IDs.
Knowledge of basic science including algebra, physics, toxicology, and biology with ability to apply this scientific data into field actions.
International project experience with Tier-1 EPC Contractors or Client, involved in the construction of onshore production facilities (i.e. greenfield and brownfield work).
Sound knowledge of the project execution process in large-scale project environments (expenditure >US$ 1 Bn).