HSE in-charge/ Assistant Medic, Ref: 763935 – Online Interview Questions

Ref: 763935

Nationality: South African
Highest Formal Qualification: ND3
Annual Package Range: US Dollar - USD 300 p/h
Total years experience: 16-20 Years

HSE Lead / Assistant Medic

Current / most recent job title?

HSE Lead / Assistant Medic

1. Primary purpose of current/most recent position:

Responsible for all lifting and diving operations. Supervising over the moon pool operations for riser and spool installations, these responsibilities for Kazakhstan and Congo included all H2S training and confined space operations.

2. Core elements or functions that must operate effectively in order to achieve primary purpose:

To have a team that understands the commitment to the team itself and to the employer.

3. Description of self, along with greater purpose and passions:

A very outgoing and passionate person.

4. Ideal business title: 

Senior Safety Manager / Executive

5. Key responsibilities and accountabilities of ideal position:

To have every opportunity to have all jobs done on time and under budget.

6. What do you absolutely love doing?

Motor-cycles, building vintage models.

7. Ideal company (culture and values):

Just for a company to be honest with its employees, and to look after them as one.

 

If you are looking for a Senior Safety Manager with 17 years’ experience in both direct and indirect roles in the medical, fire, rescue and HSE fields; seven years’ experience in H2S (gas) and Confined Space training as well as Safety training; previously appointed as HSE/ Medic on-board the Bourbon Oceanteam 101, Koambo project offshore Angola, then do get in touch. Click to email our Agent or call us: Head Office – Gauteng, SA. + 27 10 597 0862.

 

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