Shell Emergency Response Lead in Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia
Emergency Response Lead
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· Provide expert technical advice in the practical application of Emergency Response requirements enabling the Shell Middle Distillate Synthesis (SMDS) compliance with legislative responsibilities and effectively respond to an incident as required.
· Take the lead in developing, reviewing and implementing Emergency Response plans and pre-incident scenarios in coordination with operations, Process Safety, Engineering and Technology appropriate for the activities and current conditions of the site. Including Fire, Oil Spill, Medical Emergency Response, Rescue and Chemical Spill Response (HAZMAT) with integration with the crisis management plan and other business operations plans.
· Ensures that SMDS emergency response plans are current and accessible and the Emergency Control Centres are maintained in a ready state at all times.
· Responsibility to develop and maintain a process for continuous improvement in emergency response including exercising the emergency response plans, supporting line management in follow up actions from drills and exercises and providing support for local drills.
· Developing competence in all stakeholders, emergency response teams, suppliers and regulators to ensure an effective response in the event of an incident
· Perform high-level review of tactical response equipment/personnel/training
· Review of incidents, or audit outcomes with Emergency Response implications and ensure identified improvements are built into the plans.
· Design and administer emergency/disaster preparedness training that teaches people how to effectively respond to Incidents, major emergencies and disasters
· Develop, maintain and test competence in all personnel with emergency response roles. Defines competency requirements for Emergency Response Teams and provides the necessary training by sharing his own expertise or using 3rd party trainers.
· Develop relationships with external organizations to develop and foster a mutual aid network across relevant industries and represent Shell on other external emergency response agencies and authorities.
· Establish and maintain relationships with statutory authorities, industry groups and Shell Group in order to be aware of and influence changes to standards and regulation that may influence Shell's business.
· Work with Group Expertise Centre to identify practical tools, practices, and work processes that facilitate business improvement in managing HSSE risks in an integrated manner.
· Responsible for sharing/communicating best practices and learning’s across all businesses for all emergency response exercises
· Execute Emergencies After-Action-Reviews (AAR) and cascade learning or improvements for subsequent emergencies.
· Required to keep informed of state and other regulations affecting emergency plans and ensure that plans adhere to these regulations
· Participates in the development of regional emergency contingency plans and coordinates SMDS’s participation in practice exercises of the regional plan. Maintains contact with other Emergency Response Focal point in Shell Refineries, local government authorities and neighboring private companies to facilitate networking of best practice and immediate action in case of emergency
· Ensures that emergency communication systems are functional and adequate for effective communication between members, operations, Emergency Control Centre and mutual aid partners.
· Identifies fire and emergency response equipment and ensures the purchase of approved equipment (mobile equipment).
· Ensures emergency response equipment inspection checklists are in place, completed, audited, and equipment maintained to meet local legislative requirements and ensures audits are evaluated and findings acted on in a timely manner.
· Accountable for maintenance and upkeep of firefighting equipment in the Fire station as well as in the field (e.g. firetrucks, fire extinguishers, portable and fixed foam/water cannons, fire hoses/nozzles, foam tanks/pumps, hydrants, firewater pumps, fire training ground, SCABA).
· Accountable for minimum stocking of oil spill consumables (e.g. oil dispersants, absorbents, rubber boots/gloves, plastic pails, rags, shovels, etc.
· Accountable for the maintenance and upkeep of the Fire station, the Fire Fighting Training Grounds, and the Oil Spill Kits.
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Working experience with a uniformed body from emergency services with skills in firefighting, rescue and oil spills.
Well-versed with Bomba & DOSH requirements, Bomba Act and OSHA Act and standards, especially in the application of fire equipment and safety equipment in the oil & gas industry.
Working knowledge of the MKN Arahan 20 and the National Oil Spill contingency plan
Skills on industrial firefighting preferably in oil and gas fires
Skills to incident management using the Incident Command System
Ability to conduct FF, Incident Management, Confined Space and Rescue training
Good networking with the Bomba, PIMMAG (3rd party emergency and oil spill response), and oil and gas industries players
Knowledge on ISO18001 and ISO14001.
Minimum of 5 years experience in Oil and Gas industry.
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