HSEQ Specialist

Job Description

Key Activities and Accountabilities:

1. Focal point for all HSEQ matters in area of responsibility including the provision of advice on relevant legislation; liaise with government and other external bodies as required including the award and/or maintenance of external certification

2. Drive implementation of, and compliance with, Expro HSEQ methods and systems in the area of responsibility to ensure consistency of approach and understanding of goals

3. Identify and agree local HSEQ methods and systems as necessary and ensures compatibility with Group requirements

4. Support managers in the identification and delivery of HSEQ targets and goals to ensure continuous awareness and improvement of key HSEQ areas

5. Ensure HSEQ policies, standards and directives are understood and followed and ensure appropriate training is provided to managers and employees as necessary

6. Manage the HSEQ resources in area of responsibility to provide professional, competent and cost effective support to the business

7. Ensure accidents and near misses are reported, investigated and effective corrective action taken and closed out; may take the lead during accident investigations

8. Ensure non-conformance reports (PIRs) are raised, investigated and effective correction action taken and closed out; may take the lead during non-conformance investigations

9. Monitor HSEQ performance and ensures compliance with reporting requirements including Etrak reports, KPIs, planned HSE inspections etc; ensure effective dissemination of relevant HSEQ information to relevant parties

10. Conduct or arrange HSEQ audits in compliance with agreed audit schedule (HSE and Quality)

11. Input into HSEQ bids as required

12. Actively adhere to the Code of Conduct and Anti-Bribery policies, procedures and processes to ensure the highest ethical standards are maintained and exposure to liability or risk to Expro’s reputation is minimised. Provide leadership in all ethical

issues; ensure employees are aware of Expro’s compliance requirements and feel able to report possible violations or conflicts of interest.

13. Actively adhere to and ensure compliance with applicable Quality policies, procedures, processes & systems. Take an active part in quality improvement processes. Act on reported deficiencies and approve deviations from standard procedures as appropriate.

14. Ensure that employees adhere to and comply with all applicable Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) policies, procedures and processes. Provide leadership in HSE; encourage employees to take responsibility and be accountable for their own and others’ safety and provide an environment where they feel authorised to stop any unsafe job. Ensure that all incidents and non-conformances are reported in line with the appropriate procedures and deadlines; ensure that all incidents are investigated and corrective actions raised as required; where appropriate, participates in incident investigations.

15. Supervise, mentor and coach direct reports and ensure completion of their Employee Development Plans. Where applicable, ensure that training and competency programs are in place to facilitate the mentoring of subordinates through the competency system. Conduct competency assessments when required.

Job Knowledge and Qualifications:

10+ years’ experience in an HSEQ environment including proven technical experience

Degree-qualified in a relevant subject

NEBOSH, IOSH (or equivalent) certification

IRCA Lead Assessor qualification (or standard industry accreditation)

Experience of ISO standards/systems


Integrity/Compliance – behaves in a fair, honest and ethical manner toward others; adheres to Company Code of Conduct

Interpersonal Sensitivity – identifies with and shows understanding or concern for others; values diversity

Technical – achieves and applies a competent level of technical and/or professional skill or knowledge relevant to the role

Safety Leadership – identifies and corrects conditions that affect employee safety

Planning & Organising – prioritises: sets stretching but realistic targets and deadlines; plans ahead and has a structured approach to work

Delivery of Results – identifies, confronts and overcomes barriers to successful delivery of results

Financial Awareness – Demonstrates understanding of the financial implications of decisions, aiming to achieve value and maximize return

Delegation – allocates role-appropriate decision-making authority and/or task responsibility to others

Communication 1 – uses tailored communication skills appropriate to circumstances and to achieve required outcomes; negotiates to prevent or resolve conflict in the team/organisation

Developing Others – Plans and supports the development of others skills and abilities to realise their full potential

Decisiveness – Takes prompt action to deal with all situations; can justify a decision when challenged