Supervisor Health And Safety SF

Gauteng, Full Time Deadline: Aug 9, 2023

The Supervisor Health ’ Safety is accountable for partnering with Business Partners, operational leadership and their teams to assess the application, completeness and quality of operational health and safety management systems, processes, policies, procedures and standards. The incumbent is responsible to collaboratively develop plans and interventions to ensure compliance with prescribed regulations, operational standards and campaigns to ensure optimal and sustainable application of the safety management system

Minimum Requirements:

Grade 12 qualification or equivalent
Be in possession of a Degree/National Diploma in Health and Safety Management
Be in possession of a Trade Certificate or a Blasting Certificate
Completed COMSOC 1 and 2 Certification
Must have at least 3 years’ appropriate trackless mining experience
At least 15 years’ experience as a safety specialist with a flair for leading contractor safe work practice
Registered with SACPCMP for construction safety
Audit qualifications as lead auditor for NOSA,OHSAS 18001 ’ ISO 14001
Traffic safety knowledge
Tailing Storage Facility knowledge and environmental management
In-depth knowledge of knowledge of the Mine Health ’ Safety Act (Act 29 of 1996)
Be in possession of valid driver’s license, Code 08 (EB)
Be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk-based medical examination at the Gold Fields Occupational Health Centre and pass a Heat Tolerance Screening test, and such other tests as may be required to assess the applicant’s suitability for employment

Key Competencies:

Proven personal safety record
Sound Interpersonal, collaboration and written ’ spoken English communication
Established team player with good influencing skills
Working knowledge and application of Accident investigation processes (ICAM/R-CAT)
Working knowledge and application Safety management systems
Familiar with safety reporting standards and systems and ability to conduct intermediate safety audit and assurance
Have a good understanding of the ISO 45001:2018 Safety Management Standard
Computer literate and competent in the use of the Microsoft Office Suite
Proven diagnostic and problem-solving skills

Duties and Responsibilities:

Convene, lead and participate in various Safety meetings, forums and engagements
Attend Safety Department briefing and task activity sessions to represent area of accountability and act as a conduit for escalation and/or onward cascading of key Safety management initiatives
Participate in the development, planning and roll-out of various on-site safety initiatives, campaigns, etc. and monitor implementation in area of accountability taking remedial actions as required to maintain momentum
Draft, collate and present relevant safety topics for cascading through area of accountability
Conduct scheduled and ad hoc safety inspections and compile safety, risk assessment and audit reports for presentation and/or submission to operational leadership and the Safety Department highlighting any areas of best practice application and/or concern
Design, present and/or source Safety awareness, training and coaching material/courses for operational training and awareness and, building operational team self-sufficiency to manage the Safety environment
Schedule, conduct and participate in regular Safety Management System application, compliance and quality assessments and assume accountability for listing and monitoring corresponding actions and close outs in areas of accountability
Conduct, facilitate and/or participate in regular operational risk assessment exercises including the facilitation of bow-tie analysis, etc. and maintain appropriate risk management schedules against which to measure operational controls, mitigation measures, etc
Conduct and participate in assigned accident or incident investigation (ICAM and RCAT) and assume accountability for listing and monitoring corresponding actions and close outs in areas of accountability
Liase with internal and external stakeholders on safety related matters