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SAFETY ENGINEER

Responsibilities and Duties of a Safety Engineer

  • Provide health and safety measures in a working environment
  • Support staff with the identification of environmental aspects and determining the project objectives and target
  • Identify and evaluate the unsafe environment and practices
  • Identify the root causes of safety and industrial hygiene
  • Develop hazard control processes, methods and programs
  • Recommend solutions to issues that need improvement
  • Advise several ways of controlling potential threats
  • Monitor implementation of safety plans according to plans and objectives
  • Monitor and track safety systems by using computer systems and spreadsheets
  • Communicate plans and strategies across the entire business unit from time to time
  • Maintain and manage equipment and processes related to each project of health and safety
  • Suggest several preventive methods and practices like recycling, waste disposal, pollution control, etc.
  • Collaborate with other levels of engineering staff, quality assurance, quality improvement, regulatory compliance specialists, etc.
  • Measure and audit the effectiveness of hazard control programs
  • Prepare future safety plans based on past experiences and facts
  • Work in compliance with ISO 14000/ 14001 standards and practices

Key Qualifications

  • Possess immense knowledge of health and safety engineering processes and practices
  • Ability to manage and control all types of health and safety issues
  • Aware of ISO environment regulations and principles
  • Evaluate the probable physical and chemical hazards and take essential steps to minimize them
  • Ability to research and apply the best industrial and working practices to provide effective services
  • Abreast with new changes in laws and regulations
  • Ability to work in teams and lead a project
  • Outstanding organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Strong management and multitasking ability
  • Strong command over verbal and written communication
  • Ability to provide and implement plans, objectives and standards timely

Education

Health and safety engineers must have a bachelors degree in any branch of engineering, viz. electrical, chemical, mechanical, industrial, or any other engineering discipline. An accredited program in safety engineering is good enough to get an entry level job of a health and safety engineer. Obtaining specialized training and certification from a recognized institute will have an added advantage.

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