- $ Competitive
- Singapore - Singapore
Dyson is well advanced in its EV project, with a dedicated site at Hullavington UK, and a team of 500 leading automotive experts, designers and engineers. The next phase is to build and resource a world class advanced manufacturing facility to produce Dyson’s first EV in Singapore.
As the plant EHS Manager, you will be the subject matter expert / primary point of contact, for all operational EHS management enquiries, advice, support, training, coaching and incidents. This will be enhanced through frequent and effective engagement & communication with the site management teams.
- Environment: Internal environmental initiatives, waste, energy management, pollution prevention and control / environmental permitting, site drainage / discharge consents.
- Health and Safety: Control of hazardous substances, electrical safety, robotic safety, fire safety, emergency response, training & awareness, inductions, manual handling, management of vehicles and pedestrians / workers), working at height, permit to work, energy storage, laboratories and workshops, occupational health & hygiene (e.g. statutory medicals, health surveillance & monitoring, return to work assessments, personal evacuation emergency plans, new & expectant mothers), local exhaust ventilation, pressure vessels, radiation, safe selection and use of third party contractors, vibration and applied ergonomics.
- Providing EHS expertise to the Management of change (MOC) processes including deviations from technical practice/specification. Process EHS expertise for hazard identification, risk assessment processes, risk action plans, incident and defect investigations across the plant, using tools such as such as HAZID, PHA, HAZOPS and FTA.
- Ensuring that appropriate process safety related assessments are carried out (e.g. Specific Operations Risk Assessment, SORAs) to ensure that risks associated with safety system by passes/defects, defective Safety Critical Elements (SCE’s), overdue SCE inspections are appropriately assessed and managed consistent with the design intent and that appropriate interim measures are in place.
- Create, manage and maintain a factory EHS Management System to ISO 45001:2018 and ISO 14001:2015. Manage internal and external EHS audits and programs in relation to these standards and also other interested parties (e.g. CSER, Internal Audit, Insurance, Regulators). Develop action plans to resolve findings, and implement countermeasures promptly and effectively.
- Support through partnering, the capital project process to ensure that EHS matters are identified and considered at an early stage in the project. Ensuring operational EHS requirements are in place for all workplace projects, in particular supporting Dyson with its Design for Safety obligations.
- Plan, develop and implement EHS management strategy, programs, policies and procedures that ensures full compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Ensures that standard work exists for the management and preparation and submission of EHS reports in compliance with applicable laws, regulations and customer requirements.
- Compile and submit KPIs & metrics on EHS events and provides updates on the progress towards EHS targets, on site EHS and facility activities, and any agency/regulatory inspections/violations. Includes partnering, with the Regional EHS Manager in assessing EHS related business risks and establishing annual EHS targets for the location. Analyse performance, sets strategies, and leads development and implementation of action plans for year over year improvement.
- Provide leadership on EHS issues and assist management in understanding business impacts of EHS facility issues thereby enabling prudent allocation of resources and decision-making and assist them in identifying and implements corrective measures to improve the site’s EHS performance against goals.
- Degree in EHS and registered safety officer with MOM.
- At least 8 years experience working in an advanced manufacturing or process plant.
- Process Safety Management experience (Essential).
- Experience of implementing ISO 14001:2015 & 45001:2018 (Highly Desirable).
- Understanding of H&S legal frameworks locally, and have the ability and resourcefulness to determine the practical application of the requirements.
- Demonstrable experience of working in partnership with the Ministry of Manpower and Industry EHS Groups.