Advice the occupier on the following matters in respect to the Environmental, Health and Safety requirement of the project:
The prevention of injury to personnel and damage to equipment and materials, including the application of safety procedures
Further improvements to existing safe / sound working method and risk assessment including those arising from new developments.
The provision, use of suitability and required standards of protective clothings and safety equipments.
The suitability of new and hired plant and equipment and the validity of all appropriate test certificates.
Any changes in legislation related to safety, health and welfare.
Monitors the overall EHS performance of the project, identifying unsafe conditions and procedures and recommending corrective actions.
Recommends to the Project Manager for cessation of work in such a condition that works cannot be carried out with due regards to workman’s safety
Responsible for the establishment and maintenance of all safety and health record keeping systems and will liaise with the Statutory Bodies with regards to any EHS matters.
Act as Secretary to the EHS Committee.
Conduct & Compile daily and monthly EHS reports.
Collates data (or summary) from EHS inspection failures by EHS personnel, MOM & NEA summons / court orders / demerit points, EHS incidents and accidents, etc to perform data analysis to facilitate problem-solving and continual improvement.
Generates corrective and preventive action requests for EHS violations / deviations to the responsible site personnel / sub-contractor and monitors on the effectiveness of undertaken EHS corrective and preventive actions;
Responsible for administration of the site-specific Project QEHS Management System, and identifies required changes or updates to this system, if any, to the QEHS and Project Manager; Coordinates with and provides directions to the WSH Coordinator, Safety Supervisor, Lifting Supervisor, Scaffold Supervisor and Formwork Safety Supervisor, and other EHS personnel on the day-to-day EHS activities of the worksite;
“Leads the investigation of incidents / accidents on site and performs root cause analysis with
Recommendations on corrective and preventive actions;”
Enforces EHS requirements on site by proposing imposition of EHS administrative charges to the Project Manager / Corporate EHS department on workers and sub-contractors who commit EHS violations;
Responsible for ensuring all parties comply to the implementation of the Permit-to-work systems and issuing the PTW Reference Number to facilitate work coordination purpose among stakeholders.
Accountable to the Project Manager for implementation of the site Environmental, Health and Safety management system.
Must be a Singapore Registered Safety Officer / Workplace Safety & Health Officer with Ministry Of Manpower (Singapore)
Diploma in Building / Civil / Structural Engineering