Website Natgasoline, LLC
JOB SUMMARY / OVERVIEW
The Process Safety Management Manager is responsible for developing and establishing compliance with the Process Safety Management (PSM) Program and the Risk Management Plan (RMP) of Natgasoline. This position is accountable for leading and applying process safety principles to develop multi-disciplinary solutions for safety and risk issues across a wide range of operating assets and projects. Develop, implement, and maintain programs and processes to manage high-hazard activities and systems across the facility. The PSM Manager reports directly to the HSE Manager.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
• Develop, manage, and maintain PSM programs and policies by leading the site’s Process Hazard Analysis (PHA)/Hazard study programs to identify, evaluate and control potential hazards within processes including hazard identification, risk assessments, mitigation planning, and project implementation, development of procedures, compliance auditing, and compliance reporting.
• Responsible for ensuring the PSM program is compliant with all OSHA and EPA/RMP standards by following the fourteen (14) elements of PSM while providing oversight and audit compliance to the PSM process.
• Oversee the procedure review revision and training process for PSM Operating procedures. Audit all PSM-related procedures and processes for compliance and generate audit reports. Manage the required reviews and updates on plant procedures.
• Drive resolution for all PSM-related issues. Facilitate and participate in agency audits where documentation is needed.
• Participate in any OSHA or EPA audits of PSM for the plant and interface with Federal and State Agencies as required.
• Maintain a leadership role in Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) and Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA) for existing and new processes and equipment.
• Develop and manage the risk register for potential threats and create plans to prevent and mitigate problems.
• Maintain and distribute assignments to owners of PSM tasks and activities.
• Provide leadership, counsel, and technical assistance with others in process safety and deliver training to increase PSRM knowledge on site.
• Leads, manages, and facilitates the completion of process hazard identification, LOPA and risk assessments to develop risk management strategies for the facility by identifying potential or actual adverse process safety hazards.
• Leads the development and execution of process safety risks and manages projects to implement mitigation plans.
• Participate in Incident Investigations and Root Cause Analyses (RCAs).
• Manage PSM corrective actions developed from Incident Investigations, PHAs, audits, or trip reports.
• Acts as site champion and facilitator for all RCAs.
• Manage MOCs for PSM-related items. Ensure PSSR (Pre-Startup Safety Review) is completed for all Management of Change (MOCs) through routine audits.
• Ensures that process safety-related documentation for all identified hazards is developed and maintained. This includes reviewing and organizing P&IDs and PFDs, as necessary.
• Identify and provide process safety training needs and provides that training through in-house resources or external consultancy.
• Acts as site point of contact for all process safety-related matters and provides day-to-day advice & direction on process safety issues.
• Ensures that an annual PHA program of PHAs is compiled and adhered to, including the close-out of actions related to PSM and the completion of annual site internal audits.
• Provides technical expertise in process hazard studies and capital projects.
• Present a professional image at all times to clients and vendors and maintain a positive reputation for the company.
• Follow all relevant company policies and procedures.
• Assists other Departments and other administrative personnel, as necessary.
• Perform other tasks as assigned.
LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, AND/OR REGISTRATIONS
• None required.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND/OR TRAINING
• Bachelor’s degree in related discipline required.
• Minimum ten (10) years experience in a high-hazard process plant environment, three (3) of which must be a supervisory position required.
• Experience designing relief systems preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
• Extensive knowledge of process safety management as defined by 29 CFR Part 1910.119 OSHA PSM and 40 CFR Part 68 EPA RMP.
• Working experience using Apollo Root Cause Analysis (RCA), Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), or similar robust problem-solving tools required.
• Knowledge of related standards and codes e.g., NFPA
• Experience in developing and implementing process safety-related policies.
• Strong knowledge of process safety methodologies and tools such as hazard study, LOPA, etc., and extensive experience in leading these studies.
• Communicating passionately about process safety and positively impacting the culture.
• Strong team leadership skills at various organizational levels.
• Ability to construct and carry out diverse plans and priorities within specific timetables.
• Strong communication and presentation skills.
• Facilitating change
• Ability to problem solve, identify, and resolve problems promptly, gather and analyze information skillfully.
• Planning/organizing – the individual prioritizes and plans work activities and uses time efficiently.
TOOLS / EQUIPMENT
• Copy Machine
• Telephone system
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word, and Outlook required.
• Ability to lift 20 lbs. occasionally.
• Ability to climb scaffolds, ladders, and stairs, at varied excessive heights.
• Ability to work at heights.
• Ability to wear various PPE
• Ability to sit for prolonged amounts of time required.
• Ability to effectively communicate through various means required.
• Majority of work is performed within an office environment, including office equipment – such as computers, telephones, and copiers.
• Noise levels are typically moderate.
• Ability to work in the field.
• May have to work in extreme weather as needed.
• Regular 40-hour work week, normal duty hours as assigned.
• May work longer hours to meet deadlines, as necessary.
• Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.
• Less than 10% of the time.