Senior HSE Advisor

Perenti is an ASX200 diversified global mining services group with businesses in surface mining, underground mining and mining support services. The Group was founded in Kalgoorlie in 1987 and is today one of the world’s largest companies providing surface and underground mining at scale. Headquartered in Australia, Perenti has operations and offices in 11 countries across four continents, employs around 8,000 mining professionals and is creating enduring value and certainty for clients on some of the world’s largest mining projects.Ausdrill are currently seeking a suitably experienced Senior HSE Advisor, based in QLD on a 5/2; 4/3 roster initially (with the ability to discuss a different roster to suit the successful candidate’s work/life balance).You will be responsible to coordinate and manage the HSE activities in your area of responsibility, including overseeing the site Health, Safety and Environment Management Systems.Duties will include, but not limited to:Facilitate incident investigations and maintain records.Maintain suitable work practices that minimise or eliminate risks.Be proactive in the promotion of a safe working environment to workers, ensuring workplace health and safety of all employees as per the client’s Safety & Health Management Systems.Liaise with clients on HSE matters under the direction of the project manager, including attending and participating in meetings and audits.Coordinate health, safety and environmental training for workers on site, including conducting competency-based assessments and ensure that accurate training records are maintained.Schedule and   coordinate   a   program   of   regular   safety   inspections   and   work observations, ensuring that issues identified are recorded and managed.Effective dissemination   of   HSE   information   to   all   workers   and   liaise   with management, supervisors, and workers to answer queries regarding health, safety and environmental matters.Play a lead role in promoting a positive safety culture in the workplace.Successful candidates will have:Training / Qualifications: Certificate IV WHSCertificate IV TAE (desirable)RIIRIS601D (formerly G3)RIIWHS601D (formerly G7)Current Provide First Aid CertificateICAM Lead InvestigatorDrug and alcohol testingKnowledge / Experience:  Working knowledge of the Coal Mine Safety and Health Act (1999) and Coal Mine Safety and Health Regulations (2017)Five year’s experiences in a dedicated HSE roleAbility to conduct workplace inspections, surveys and auditsAbility to interpret Legislation, Australian Standards, Codes of Practice and relevant industry practicesFamiliarity with the relevant state Mines Act & Regulations and OHS Act and regulationsAbility to conduct incident investigations utilising ICAMSkills / Licences: C Class LicenceHigh level interpersonal and communication skillsSuperior negotiation skillsLeadership and motivational abilities in a complex rapid changing environmentThe ability to develop a positive, accountable and customer serviced focused culture across the organisation.Knowledge of ChemAlertThe ability to interpret policy and legislation.High level time management and conflict resolutionIntermediate Computer skills – Word, Excel, Power Point, MS Outlook, MYOSH (preferred)Clear and concise report writingApplicants will be required to successfully complete and pass fit for work medicals including drug and alcohol screening and participate in company and client induction requirements.As a Company, we seek high performing resilient employees and promote a collaborative working culture.  Our Employee Benefit program acknowledges our employees with extensive offers from corporate partners including novated leasing, health insurance discounts, travel/accommodation benefits, flexible working opportunities and parental leave provisions.We strive to create an inclusive environment for all employees and value diversity.   Women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply for all vacant positions. 130000 AUD Gladstone
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Senior HSE Advisor

  • Competitive salary based on skills and experience
  • The ability to work for a global diversified mining services company
  • A great working environment

Perenti is an ASX200 diversified global mining services group with businesses in surface mining, underground mining and mining support services. The Group was founded in Kalgoorlie in 1987 and is today one of the world’s largest companies providing surface and underground mining at scale. Headquartered in Australia, Perenti has operations and offices in 11 countries across four continents, employs around 8,000 mining professionals and is creating enduring value and certainty for clients on some of the world’s largest mining projects.

Ausdrill are currently seeking a suitably experienced Senior HSE Advisor, based in QLD on a 5/2; 4/3 roster initially (with the ability to discuss a different roster to suit the successful candidate’s work/life balance).

You will be responsible to coordinate and manage the HSE activities in your area of responsibility, including overseeing the site Health, Safety and Environment Management Systems.

Duties will include, but not limited to:

  • Facilitate incident investigations and maintain records.
  • Maintain suitable work practices that minimise or eliminate risks.
  • Be proactive in the promotion of a safe working environment to workers, ensuring workplace health and safety of all employees as per the client’s Safety & Health Management Systems.
  • Liaise with clients on HSE matters under the direction of the project manager, including attending and participating in meetings and audits.
  • Coordinate health, safety and environmental training for workers on site, including conducting competency-based assessments and ensure that accurate training records are maintained.
  • Schedule and   coordinate   a   program   of   regular   safety   inspections   and   work observations, ensuring that issues identified are recorded and managed.
  • Effective dissemination   of   HSE   information   to   all   workers   and   liaise   with management, supervisors, and workers to answer queries regarding health, safety and environmental matters.
  • Play a lead role in promoting a positive safety culture in the workplace.

Successful candidates will have:

Training / Qualifications:

  • Certificate IV WHS
  • Certificate IV TAE (desirable)
  • RIIRIS601D (formerly G3)
  • RIIWHS601D (formerly G7)
  • Current Provide First Aid Certificate
  • ICAM Lead Investigator
  • Drug and alcohol testing

Knowledge / Experience:  

  • Working knowledge of the Coal Mine Safety and Health Act (1999) and Coal Mine Safety and Health Regulations (2017)
  • Five year’s experiences in a dedicated HSE role
  • Ability to conduct workplace inspections, surveys and audits
  • Ability to interpret Legislation, Australian Standards, Codes of Practice and relevant industry practices
  • Familiarity with the relevant state Mines Act & Regulations and OHS Act and regulations
  • Ability to conduct incident investigations utilising ICAM

Skills / Licences: 

  • C Class Licence
  • High level interpersonal and communication skills
  • Superior negotiation skills
  • Leadership and motivational abilities in a complex rapid changing environment
  • The ability to develop a positive, accountable and customer serviced focused culture across the organisation.
  • Knowledge of ChemAlert
  • The ability to interpret policy and legislation.
  • High level time management and conflict resolution
  • Intermediate Computer skills – Word, Excel, Power Point, MS Outlook, MYOSH (preferred)
  • Clear and concise report writing

Applicants will be required to successfully complete and pass fit for work medicals including drug and alcohol screening and participate in company and client induction requirements.

As a Company, we seek high performing resilient employees and promote a collaborative working culture.  Our Employee Benefit program acknowledges our employees with extensive offers from corporate partners including novated leasing, health insurance discounts, travel/accommodation benefits, flexible working opportunities and parental leave provisions.

We strive to create an inclusive environment for all employees and value diversity.   Women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply for all vacant positions.

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