SHE & Security Officer
Auckland, New Zealand
3d ago

DSM Bright Science. Brighter Living.™

Royal DSM is a global, purpose-led, science-based company active in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living. DSM’s purpose is to create brighter lives for all.

DSM addresses with its products and solutions some of the world’s biggest challenges while simultaneously creating economic, environmental and societal value for all its stakeholders customers, employees, shareholders, and society at large.

DSM delivers innovative solutions for human nutrition, animal nutrition, personal care and aroma, medical devices, green products and applications, and new mobility and connectivity.

DSM and its associated companies deliver annual net sales of about €10 billion with approximately 23,000 employees. The company was founded in 1902 and is listed on Euronext Amsterdam.

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We are seeking a SHE & Security Officer to support and work proactively with Managers, Production Leadership Team (Supervisors and Leading Hands), staff and others to establish and maintain a programme of continuous improvement in the management of SHE (safety, health and well-being and environment) and security, ensuring programs and practices are embedded into our organization.

The Challenge

  • Operational Support and Compliance : Championing SHE and Occupational Health Excellence as well as Security, by leading by example and actively working with shop floor line managers and staff.
  • Collaborate with the Site Manager to develop the local SHE & Security strategic plan and drive and support implementation to ensure timely completion.
  • Actively contribute to risk minimization activities to ensure SHE and Security compliance with corporate requirements and relevant legislation.
  • Ensure all procedures and work instructions for the job are workable from a SHE perspective.
  • Prepare, organize and support the delivery of the SHE training Plan including regulatory requirements, SHE Inductions, Contractor Inductions, Q-Pulse and Talent Suite e-learnings.
  • Support co-ordination of SHEQ Walks and Workplace Inspections schedule including maintaining database and close out actions.
  • Administration support and maintenance of security cards and security registers.
  • Maintain and support evaluation of Personal Protective Equipment to ensure availability and compliance.
  • Timely report and review of IRIS incidents and actions to ensure timely close out of actions.
  • Drive SHE and security incident investigations on site, to determine root cause(s), solutions and ensure close out of actions.
  • Completion of month end reporting inlcuding incidents (injuries, near misses).
  • Coordinate the annual industrial hygiene and annual health monitoring process.
  • Manage the communication within the site, learning from incidents received from Regional / Global DSM.
  • Support the SQM / RMQ and MOC process to ensure (CRA) Chemical Risk Assessments and relevant changes are assessed appropriately and in a timely manner as per management of change procedure.
  • Provide input to databases and SHE Systems such as : Safety Data Sheets, Chemical master database, IRIS, Unite, FIIX, Trackwise, Who’s on Location and maintain and manage these where relevant.
  • Manage and devise the agenda for, chair and formulate & distribute minutes for the SHE Committee meetings, ensuring all agreed action points are completed within deadlines.
  • Ensure six monthly environmental monitoring and reporting is conducted (CREDIT 360).
  • Participate in monthly regional meetings and when required, to report on relevant health & safety and security related matters.
  • Maintaining the behavior based safety program (e.g. SafeStart) by coaching, guiding, & role modeling
  • Act as the site Transport Safety Co-ordinator (TSC) to work with the regional transport safety network to ensure that the site complies to DSM Transport Safety Life Saving Rules
  • Provide advice and support to employees and management as required.
  • Be exemplary with his or her own SHEQ Behaviour and ensures the adherence of all staff and contractors.
  • Other tasks as required.
  • Be part the of the Site Emergency Response and Business Continuity Team and participate in the on-call schedule for ERBC.
  • Stop work if unsafe or unsecured in coordination with the Site Manager and / or the Production Manager
  • Prepare and issue various work permits.
  • Write / support / approve SOP’s, work instructions, procedures, best practices related to Health and Safety and security in the workplace.
  • The Ideal

    Knowledge of and experience of own discipline. In addition, knowledge and experience in :

  • Manufacturing processes and requirements
  • SHE, Food Safety, Auditing and Quality Systems requirements and Practices
  • Security practices
  • Good leadership skills.
  • Delivery and participation of projects
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
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