BP is looking for talented, innovative and driven individuals to join our team. We support our people to learn and grow in a diverse and challenging environment!
The HSSE Advisor will provide Health, Safety, Security and Environmental leadership, direction, instruction, and technical expertise for the BP Castrol Baltimore Lubricants Plant. As the HSSE Advisor, you will ensure compliance to all local, State, Federal and BP regulations. You will ensure that the plant operates in a safe manner through policy development and training within a team atmosphere. The HSSE Advisor will work diligently to meet BP's goal of "No Accidents, No Harm to People, and No Harm to the Environment." You will grow a strong safety culture that shall be embraced by all employees, including contractors that work at the Baltimore, Maryland Facility.
- Support Plant Teams' goals to provide a safe and effective workplace.
- Maintain and ensure all air, wastewater, hazardous waste, solid waste, and Programs and Permits stay current and are in proper order. (Includes permits writing, permit condition compliance, and up-dates as required).
- Work with and coordinate security mandates and direction from Agencies, including BP Security, with the Plant FSO (Facility Safety Officer). This includes contract maintenance for Guard Service, Waste Disposal, and consultants.
- Review all capital projects (CAPEX) to ensure safety hazards and environmental mitigation are identified and noted in the review process. Provide support and expertise to the Project Manager to mitigate and/or communicate Safety and Environmental issues associated with projects. Participate as team member on plant capital project reviews.
- Work with plant/corporate personnel to create strategies that ensure a safe and effective workplace. Engage, include, and communicate with Team members in developing and implementing strategies that achieve a safe and practice workplace.
- Complete, submit, and maintain all environmental/safety reports as required by Department of Labor, Bureau of Worker's Compensation, USEPA, Department of Energy, OSHA, and Maryland Department of Environmental Quality. Work with and manage outside consultants as needed.
- Instruct, develop content, and coordinate execution of monthly Plant Wide Safety Meetings and weekly "tool-box" Departmental meetings. Maintain the "My Talent and Learning HSSE training database.
- Perform JSA (Job Safety Analysis) and SOC (Safety Observation Conversation) per KPI. Track Plant performance, partner with fellow Team members for JSA and SOC execution.
- Assure US EPA Facility Response Plan (FRP) requirements are maintained, reviewed, and audited every year.
- Provide support for the Baltimore plant ICS (incident Command Structure) as ICS drill coordinator and Safety Officer on the ICS Team. Manage all site HSSE emergencies; act as first contact to emergencies. Coordinate first response to incidents, communicate per outlined Procedure.
- Maintain proper working rapport with government agencies and Segment/Regional audit teams. Provide BP representation for all site inspections conducted by government agencies and/or internal audits. Maintain a professional, cooperative and helpful demeanor.
- Stay abreast of the changing regulatory environment. Determine impacts to operations with proposed regulations and/or changes. Provide Plant leadership with analysis. Provide solutions to issues raised.
- Manage BP Field Inspection/Self-Verification program for plant. Assure scheduling and completion of field inspections.
- Lead RC 14001 (Responsible Care) management system, coordinating annual and period internal and external reviews and audits.
- Act as site Incident Manager for BPs incident reporting system (IRIS), for documentation of work related injuries & illnesses, near misses, and safety observations.
Bachelor's Degree required; degree in Science or Safety Engineering preferred.
- Must be able to obtain the Board of Certified Safety Professionals - Certified Safety Professional designation within five years of employment.
- Minimum 5 years of experience in HSSE in a manufacturing setting.
- Strong knowledge of EPA, OSHA, Maryland Environment and Safety regulations.
- Must have effective interpersonal and communication skills.
- Strong organizing and planning skills.
- Ability to work as a team member in a high speed packaging environment and chemical plant environment.