Bachelor of Science in (Chemical, Mechanical, Electrical) Engineering or Fire Technology.
Diploma in Industrial Safety or General Science Graduate with studies in Loss Prevention. Professional Certification/License in Safety Engineering
3 to 10 years experience in Loss Prevention/Safety function (preferably in the refinery or petrochemical industry) or ancillary industry.
Good knowledge of areas such as Process Safety Management, Accident Prevention, Emergency Situations, Fire Prevention and Hazardous Materials.
Demonstrated knowledge of safety engineering practices and economic principles, qualitative & quantitative risk assessment, calculation methods, design details, company fire and safety codes, standards and specifications.
Certifications such as professional Engineer, Certified Safety Professional, Certified Hazardous Materials Manager.
3. Fluent English language(Reading & Writing).
Plans, schedules, coordinates and provides work guidance for the preparation of studies, designs, reports, correspondence, statistics or other presentations to assure adequacy and conformance to overall objectives in the solution of safety engineering problems.
Formulates and/or guides the formulation of the basis for engineering studies or projects in any of the areas of safety engineering and assures analysis and evaluation as to scope, effect on existing installation, economic value, long-range planning and budgetary considerations.
Discusses, coordinates activities, and resolves loss prevention problems; developing factual and objective information so that those who have the ultimate decision making responsibility can make sound decisions concerning the appropriate action to be taken.