Heathrow Hydrant Operating Company Ltd - Control of Work Engineer
Heathrow Hydrant Operating Company is seeking a Control of Work Engineer to join its team at Heathrow Airport. The primary focus of this role is to lead process safety initiatives and manage control of work systems. The role involves assessing hazards and ensuring safe systems of work are in place to address the associated risks. You will carry out service clearance including identification on the ground and comparing with existing documentation. The Control of Work Engineer is an important part of the HHOpCo team and is expected to play a positive role within the company. As a Control of Work Engineer your key responsibilities include: · Preparing Safety Method Statements and risk assessments. · Reviewing and providing guidance and best practice for Safety Method statements, Task Statements, Excavation Method Statements submitted and provided by 3rd parties. · Being responsible for permit applications using the Heathrow Airport Ltd permit to work system. · Showing visible HSSE commitment with the aim of there being no HSSE incidents. · Ensuring compliance with the COMAH regulations in work processes. · Leading the company response to audits carried out by the competent authority under the Control of Major Accident Hazard (COMAH) regulations. · Knowing and understanding control of work systems such as; isolation procedures, lock out, overrides, tag-in and tag-out systems of work and PTW. · Ensuring compliance with JIG regulations in control of work. · Taking an active role in HAZOPs and hazard ID assessments of the plant and operation. · Developing and contributing to procedural systems controls, maintaining, updating and sourcing user manuals. · Recording, preparing, monitoring and submitting the process safety KPI data for regular management meetings. Together with leadership skills and an aptitude for understanding safety and risk in a process environment, the ideal candidate will have the following skills, experience and knowledge: • Aviation/Oil industry Mechanical plant knowledge, experience and skills. • Permit to Work Systems trained, experience and knowledge. • Safety Method Statements, Risk Assessment Process Knowledge. • Experience in working with Process Safety and Control of Works regimes. • Experienced in working with P & ID’s and HAZOP studies • Good verbal and written communications skills, including IT skills • Good planning and organisational skills. • Self-motivated, team player, ability to organise and prioritise own work. • City & Guilds diploma or equivalent. Candidates must be able to demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills, including computer skills. Candidates should be able to influence and provide clear instruction to staff and 3rd party workers. You will work with contractors to ensure safe systems of work around fuel system assets. Role details: Salary: £40,000 Contracted hours: 08.00 - 16.30 Shift pattern: Monday to Friday, including some nights and weekends. Training is provided for this role.