PO Box 695 E-mail: email@example.com
CPO Seeb Mobile : +968-98150670
Sultanate of Oman, Muscat
To achieve a suitable position in Health, Safety and Environment field in a reputed
organization where my managerial and supervisory skills, experience and knowledge can
be utilized for continual improvement of Occupational health, safety and environment for
meeting the goals and objectives of the organization.
Job Safety Analysis (JSA).
Preparing Safety Manuals, Project Safety Plan, Safety Statistics & Reports.
Root Cause Analysis, Accident Incident Reporting.
HSE audit, Safety Inspections.
HSE trainings, Toolbox Talks.
Emergency Procedures, Evacuation & Fire Drill.
Occupational Health and Hygiene.
Formulation of Safety Procedures and Training Plans,
Hazard Control, Project Inspections, Inductions,
Hazard Management, Implementation of Codes and Regulations,
Fire Safety, Security, Structural and Civil Safety Requirements,
Permit to Work Systems, Working at Height, Hazardous Substances,
Approval of Methods Statements and ensuring Compliance with Safe Working
Jul 2007 - Jan 2010 HSE Advisor-Transport
Rahanal Village, BHIWANDI
To work as an active member of the Safety Committee.
To implement Company’s Safety, Health and Environmental Policies, Regulations
and its strict instructions.
2. Communication appropriate HSE related information on an accurate and timely
basis to the work force.
To identify, anticipate and evaluate hazardous conditions and usual practices day to
day at site and to give them immediate measures.
To keep records up to date relating to accident/incident and its investigation analysis
reports for future prevention.
To ensure that all components of the fire detection, alarm and fighting system are
maintained and are ready for deployment when required
Ensure a high level of awareness of evacuation procedures
Liaise with housekeeping staff and ensure good and safe housekeeping all around
Preparation of Management Information Report, Non Compliance Report & Penalty
June 2010 Onwards HSE Advisor-Transport
MB Petroleum Services LLC
P.O. Box 695, CPO Seeb
Postal Code 111
Sultanate of Oman
STATUTORY AND PDO/BP/OXY REQUIREMENTS
Applying the principles of Enhanced Safety Management
Ensure to use the Transport Operations Manual and its task sheets
To ensure line supervisors for whom you provide vehicles, transport equipment, or
services, use the Transport Operations Manual
HSE POLICIES AND OBJECTIVES
Apply the general PDO/BP/OXY HSE policies
Apply the PDO/BP/OXY transport policies, and are MBPS procedures compatible
The PDO/BP/OXY corporate HSE and transport objectives relayed to your
Ensure transport objectives included in all Sub-contracts and suppliers.
ORGANISATION’s HSE RESPONSIBILITIES
Ensure it is clear to every supervisors, J/M, driver and equipment operator who is
responsible for :
Selecting vehicles and equipment for jobs
Making sure that vehicles and equipment are roadworthy
Making sure that drivers and operators are competent
Inspecting vehicles and equipment
Maintaining vehicles and equipment
3. To provide advice and information on subjects like safety messages, road strengths,
occupational health hazards, etc.
HSE STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES
Responsible for PDO/BP/OXY standards for vehicles and transport equipment,
cranes and lifting equipment, tanks, and civil engineering
Responsible for checking that vehicles purchased, rented, or leased comply with the
minimum safety standards set by PDO/BP/OXY
Ensure that Transport Standards Manual always used to determine the minimum
Ensure minimum safety standards and roadworthiness checked by a competent
inspector when vehicles and equipment are delivered, and after maintenance or
Ensure minimum safety standards and roadworthiness checked by a competent
inspector when leased or rented vehicles or equipment come 'on-hire'.
Ensure drivers and equipment operators to do a daily check on each vehicle and
Ensure inspectors to do a comprehensive vehicle or equipment examination
HSE TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT
Annual HSE Plan in place for MBPS Transport operations
Ensure HSE Plan relayed to all the workforce, and regular progress reports given
Ensure the regular two-way communication between supervisors and their personnel
on transport HSE matters
The objectives of all safety meetings clear
HSE Meetings held regularly, involving 'clients' and suppliers
Toolbox Meetings held at least once a fortnight, discussing work practices, HSE
messages, and HSE information
Attendance at toolbox meetings compulsory and attendance recorded
Safety Alerts, Safety Posters, and Management Circulars discussed with the
Vehicles and equipment 'permanently' allocated to a user justified by that user at
Vehicle selection done after consideration of road conditions, driver capabilities,
and vehicle condition
Equipment selection (including lifting equipment and lifting gear) done after
planning the task
Comprehensive vehicle and equipment records and information kept, and easily
accessible to supervisors
Time-based inspections carried out according to the manufacturers
recommendations for all vehicles and equipment
Each inspection include checking for compliance with the minimum safety
4. Every vehicle and piece of transport and handling equipment, including lifting gear,
containers, baskets, and skids, registered, and relevant inspection and maintenance
Controlled to prevent unauthorized use and entry, including always locking vehicles
Appropriate plans and tools in place in case of transport emergencies or incidents
HSE PERSONNEL COMPETENCE
Review or check personnel knowledge that they need to do their work safely and
Regularly assess the skill required by personnel to do different jobs, and arrange
Always check that individuals are fit to work
Ensure clear, written disciplinary procedures that are understood by personnel
Ensure people trained according to the PDO/BP/OXY requirements for HSE
training and keep records of training of personnel
Ensure personnel’s have appropriate technical skills training for their work
INCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND REPORTING
All incidents investigated using HSE Guide to Accident Investigation and Reporting
AUDITS AND REVIEWS
Technical Safety Audits and management reviews carried out regularly
Operational plans reviewed before start-up to make sure that safety, environmental,
emergency, operations and maintenance procedures are in place
HSE performance regularly reviewed, and targets constantly monitored
IVMS Monitoring: Generate Daily Wise Vehicle Violations Report and Distribute
to the Respective Department’s Head’s.
Perform other duties as assigned.
MBA (Systems. HR) with 1st class, 2007
B.Sc. Biotechnology with 1st class, 2005
Certificate in Safety and Health in Construction
NEBOSH-International General Certificate (IGC)
Basic HSE Induction course-Petroleum Development of Oman approved.
H2S Awareness course -Petroleum Development of Oman approved.
Defensive driving curse- Petroleum Development of Oman approved.
5. HSE Tools and Skills- Petroleum Development of Oman approved.
Coaching, Mentoring and Competency assessment for Supervisors- Petroleum
Development of Oman approved.
Safety leadership for Supervisors- Petroleum Development of Oman approved.
Journey Management Course - Petroleum Development of Oman approved.
Father's Name : Joseph Poulose
Sex : Male
Date of birth : 20-11-1980
Languages known : English, Malayalam, Tamil
Nationality : Indian
Hobbies : Badminton, Internet surfing, Philately
Have a valid Oman and Indian Driving License