The Safety & Compliance Officer works a rotating shift on the Slope, developing, implementing and coordinating programs to ensure employee and company regulatory compliance, working with management to develop, train and implement performance standards to reduce risk and liabilities associated with oilfield services company and reducing occupational injuries, illnesses, deaths and financial losses.
Identify and appraise conditions which could produce accidents and financial loses and evaluate potential extent of injuries that result from accidents.
Implement employee training program based on SPCC standards and procedures for handling and transfer of fuels, tank farm operation and maintenance and spill reporting and response.
Coordinate safety, training and implementation of customer on-field operation requirements.
Develop accident-prevention and loss-control systems and programs for incorporation into operational polices of the organization.
Coordinate safety activities to ensure implementation of safety activities throughout the organization.
Compile, analyze and interpret statistical data related to exposure factors concerning occupational illnesses and accidents and prepare reports for information of personnel concerned.
Maintain liaison with subsidiary organizations and outside operations such as fire departments, mutual aid societies and rescue teams to assure information exchange and mutual assistance.
Devise methods to evaluate safety program and conducts or directs evaluations.
Evaluate technical and scientific publications concerned with safety management and participates in activities of related professional organizations to update knowledge of safety program developments.
Update compliance of the FMCSA’s rules and regulations, manage DOT Driver Qualification program and NSTC card tracking.