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Investigation and reporting specialist

Requisition ID:  231966 

  • Organization:  M&M
  • Location:  Los Pelambres 
  • Grade:  25
  • Project: 26148 - MLP INCO EPC 

 

Job Overview:

The Senior ESH Specialist supports the implementation of ESH management programs, systems and processes; provides the technical oversight of the environment, safety and health activities; and provides the overall support for a specific area to be successful in controlling the risk of harm to people, property and the environment.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Actively supports area leaders in the implementation of the ESH program
  • Monitors the implementation of the ESH program and reports successes and areas of improvement
  • Liaises and openly communicates with area leaders and the GBU ESH Manager on area status and needs
  • Identifies best practices for implementation
  • Maintains a working relationship with client representatives, leaders and other ESH team members
  • Participates in area leader meetings to identify and report on ESH requirements
  • Acts as the lead investigator for any significant incident in their area
  • Supervises and maintains a team that provides in-field ESH support to all construction areas
  • Identifies activities that directly reduce risk
  • Acts as the lead investigator for any significant incident in the field


Will be responsible for lead and supervise the project investigations and the project reportability process preparing trend reports, cause analysis and ensuring to administrate the corrective action plans closures as result of the investigations.  


The applicant need to have knowledge in investigation process as ICAM method, root cause analysis and the Client investigation process.


Will be responsible to support the project safety plans and will support the area safety lead in compliance and audit the project management system 



 

 

 

Requisition ID:  231966 

  • Organization:  M&M
  • Location:  Los Pelambres 
  • Grade:  25
  • Project: 26148 - MLP INCO EPC