Savanna Well Servicing Inc ("Savanna") is anticipating a busy winter season.
As such, we are looking for a temporary HSE Advisor to join our team in Leduc, AB.
This is a temporary/contract position that is anticipated to commence on or around November 2023 and last until March 2024.
If you are a passionate HSE professional who likes to travel and visit rig sites regularly as well as work with operations, then you may want to apply for this exciting opportunity!
Please note, due to the volume of applicants received, only qualified candidates will be contacted.
Brief Job Description is included below:
Anticipated Schedule: 21 days on and 5 days off (alternate schedule may be negotiated if required)
General Statement of Duties:
Under the direction of the divisional Manager of Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) and working directly with the regional operations team, supporting operational activities to ensure they are conducted in a manner that is safe and in compliance with company and regulatory requirements and industry best practices.
This position requires extensive travel to Savanna’s field operations within Savanna’s operating regions (Leduc, Grande Prairie, and Brooks). 80% field, 20% office
Summary of Duties (Duties may include, but are not limited to the following):
Promote a culture of personal responsibility and commitment toward the environment, safety, and health;
Ensure the safety management system is implemented and functioning throughout the assigned region;
Educate and mentor personnel on the application of Savanna’s Safety Management System, industry best practices, and regulatory requirements, ensuring that HSE remains a key focus at the operational level;
Participate with operations safety meetings, pre-job planning meetings (Safe Starts), client review meetings, and safety training;
Develop sound knowledge of completion techniques, activities, and the associated risks with said techniques and activities;
Perform routine rig inspections and HSE inspections;
Support the incident reporting process and perform incident investigations to identify root cause and corrective/preventative actions; and participate with the HSE on-call rotation;
Promote the awareness of hazard identification, elimination, and control;
Utilize various data sets to identify operational safety trends and recommend loss prevention strategies;
Remain current and knowledgeable of OH&S legislation, industry best practices, AER requirements, and other Health & Safety Regulations (as applicable);
Other duties as requested.
Field HSE Advisor - Contract
Savanna Well Servicing Inc.
Posting Start Date:
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Incident investigation training and experience and ability to draft thorough investigation reports;
Proficient with Microsoft Office software (MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint);
Strong communication skills including listening, informing, and following up with others as well as preparing written communication in the form of reports, memos, etc.
Ability to communicate clearly, confidently, and concisely;
Respond calmly to emergency and/or critical situations;
Handle confidential information in an ethic manner.
Excellent role model of character;
Strong Organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple activities and resources;
Excellent information gathering, analytical and problem-solving skills;
Ability to provide competent advice and sourcing of information;
Strong judgement in determining what is important and setting priorities;
Ability to manage conflict and changing priorities;
Ability to positively contribute within a team-oriented environment;
Ability to travel to remote rig sites across Western Canada.
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent;
Certificate/Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety (preferred);
At least 5 years of experience in a similar HSE role, with a commensurate background in practical field applications of workplace health, safety and environment processes in relevant industry is highly regarded;
Well servicing operations experience is a definite asset;
Extensive incident investigation training and experience (Root Cause Analysis);
Working knowledge of OH&S, AER, WCB Regulations, and IRPs;
Maintain all required training certificates and tickets as per Savanna’s training matrix for this position (i.e., Standard First Aid, H2S Alive, etc.).
Must hold a valid Driver’s License in good standing with no more than six demerits within the past two years.
Ability to travel extensively to worksites, work weekends, on-call, and overtime;
Ability to work unconventional hours on occasion, as required.
Eligible candidates must be local to the Edmonton or Leduc area.