RE‐ADVERTISEMENT: SAFETY HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT OFFICER
Date of the advert: 01 March 2020 Closing Date for application: 16 March 2020 (16h30)
Department: Legal, Governance, Risk and Compliance
Post Title : Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Officer X3
Location : Various Depots
Level : Task Level 11/C3
Salary : R22 605.89 Basic
Reference No: HR20/MSF/2020
To direct business units at assigned sites in the implementation of a comprehensive Safety, Health and
Environmental Management (SHE) program in order to eliminate safety and environmental risks, reduce the
potential for legal claims. Implement safety and environmental training programmes.
Monitor the implementation of safety, health and environmental (SHE) Policies, standards, procedures,
programmes and systems.
Ensure health and safety inspections of the workplace and liaise with workplace management on
implementation and monitoring plans.
Undertake SHE Management System audits.
Participate in internal and external SHE audits.
Implement the SHE annual plan.
Ensure that SHE audit findings are resolved as per the action plan.
Conduct SHE risk assessments to determine the level of exposure including emergency preparedness risk
Assist in identifying tools and equipment as required by legislation.
Document and report near misses, minor, disabling injuries and fatalities as required.
Document and report environment and emergency preparedness incidents.
Investigate accidents and incidents and submit investigation reports to the SHE Manager.
Train staff on SHE policies, procedures and practices.
Conduct SHE induction for all new employees, contractors and visitors; and periodical refresher training for
Conduct educational awareness campaigns through various means and platforms on SHE programs.
Train employees on COID processes.
Assist with periodic exercises to test emergency preparedness of the facilities.
Conduct all training required per the annual training programme.
Review SHE compliance requirements of contractors before they commence with projects.
Monitor contractor compliance on site until close out of the project.
Administer COID at respective sites.
Create and maintain Injury on Duty and Occupational Illnesses database.
Submit Injury on Duty and Occupational Illnesses documentation as required by COID Act to CoJ.
Ensure compliance to Injury on Duty and Occupational Illnesses processes.
Matric / Grade 12.
Relevant national diploma or degree in Safety Management or Environmental Management.
Driver’s license and access to own vehicle.
2 to 3 years relevant experience in Health and Safety.
Knowledge of Environmental and Waste Management.
Understanding of HIRA and Incident Investigation.
Understanding of environmental management tools and principles
Knowledge of adult learning principles.
Knowledge and application of requirements of relevant safety, health and environment legislation in the
Knowledge and application of COID processes and associated legislation requirements in the workplace
Application of risk management principles.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Report writing skills.
Effective time management skills with the ability to multitask and follow through.
Strong analytical skills.
Strong customer service orientation.
Meticulous attention to detail.
Responsibility and accountability.
Certificates in ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 or equivalent qualification.
SAMTRAC Certificate or equivalent.
HIRA and Incident Investigation.
Understanding of environmental management tools and principles.
Application of emergency preparedness and associated legislation requirements.
Interested applicants must please complete the application form available on the vacancies page at
pikitup.co.za. For enquiries contact Shirley Tjiane 0873571086 or Keo Segosapelo 0873571129. Completed
application forms, CV and supporting documents should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by
16h30 on 16 March 2020. No late or incomplete applications will be considered. Please ensure that the correct
reference is inserted in subject line of email.
Please quote the above position name on all correspondence relating to this circular / advert.
Pikitup reserves the right not to fill any vacancies.
Correspondence will only be entered into with shortlisted applicants. Should you not hear from us within
six weeks after closing date of the advert please consider your application unsuccessful.
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