HSE Field Specialist
- Health & Safety
- Midland, TX
2023-02-17 18:01:09 UTC
HSE Field Specialist
We are currently seeking an experienced Field Service technician who has the desire, talent and aptitude to join our team as a Field Training & Health, Safety, & Environmental (HSE) Support Specialist. The Field Training & HSE Support Specialist will have an immediate and direct positive impact on the performance and safety of our field service and operations team by training, coaching, and ensuring consistent skills with operational and technical tasks supporting a proactive safety environment and culture, as well as verifying that HSE programs are being effectively implemented across the organization. The Field Training & HSE Support Specialist is expected to be self-directed and able to take the initiative to support the company and employees by providing training, coaching/mentoring, and helping our organization achieve success.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Instructs and trains employees on a variety of training topics both in class and in the field as directed by leadership.
Works with Field Service team routinely to understand operational and HSE issues and improve training for the future.
Performs regular wellsite visits for developing training material, evaluating HSE and technical operations skills and providing On the Job Training (OJT).
Executes mentoring and coaching for Field Service and operations teams.
Proactively assists field service and operations teams with interpretation and implementation of Extract’s HSE programs, processes, OSHA standards, and expectations.
Fosters continuous improvement and effectiveness of safety programs by performing technical and safety audits and job safety analysis (JSA's) and recommending corrective actions.
Ensures compliance with timely reporting as required by state and OSHA health and safety regulations and statues.
Coordinates and leads regional Safety meetings, Safety Committee activities and coordinate Emergency Response Teams.
Responds to emergency situations, or responds to incidents or accidents, as appropriate.
Leads incident investigations and reporting, including root cause analysis, development of corrective action strategies, maintaining statistical information, recommending program revisions as appropriate and creating routine reports to leadership.
Drives solution resolution of HSE activities and improvement opportunities.
Inspects and maintains safety equipment, including fire extinguishers, safety showers/eye wash, first Aid kits and AED's.
Attends client meetings, industry conferences, and roundtable workgroups to keep abreast of industry and customer-standard and emerging policies and trend to maintain HSE compliance.
Travels frequently to conduct field service training in support of HSE.
Qualifications & Experience
5 - 10 Yrs. Extensive experience (previous time as an ESP Field Service technician or Field Service Supervisor) installing, operating and trouble-shooting ESP equipment, pay will be commensurate with level of Field Service experience.
Knowledge of OSHA and EPA standards related to Oil Field services.
Proven and demonstrated respect for safety.
A strong desire to teach, coach, and mentor employees.
Ability to convey complex procedures in simple ways.
Willingness to work as a team to meet customer's needs.
Ability to work some non-standard hours, some days up to 12- hour per day work shifts.
Willingness to work outdoors in all weather conditions during the day/night Excellent organizational, planning, prioritization, follow-up, and closure skills.
Ability to influence others to perform their jobs safely and create a culture of safety.
Ability to respond to emergency situations in a timely manner.
Strong analytical, problem solving, and time management skills.
Must be flexible around work schedule and have the ability for extensive regional travel.
Excellent communication skills and the ability to work successfully with a wide variety of individuals at various levels within the organization.