General Electric Specialist 2 Operational EHS - Services and Projects in Home/Remote/Alternate, Ireland
Job Description Summary
The Irish EHS Coordinator maintains the area’s Environmental, Health, Safety Management System, ensuring compliance with
all relevant statutory, regulatory, contractual and company requirements. Responsible for ensuring compliance with all relevant
statutory, regulatory, contractual and company requirements. Also, follows up action plans to improve EHS Performance and
reduce likelihood and severity of EHS events and drive continuous improvement.
Roles and Responsibilities
Behave as an example for others and provide full and active commitment in the deployment of the EHS Policies and any
additional project-specific written statement.
Conduct/attend weekly safety meetings, periodical reports and audit management
Direct support to Wind Field service technicians working on customer sites
First line support for coordinating on-site requirements for EHS
Control and responsibility of supplying and use of personal protective equipment required whilst carrying out work on WTG
(Wind Turbine Generators)
Ensure full implementation of GE standards and procedures at site
Supervision of work and risk analysis tasks
Conduct site inspections and review site activities for potential hazards
Maintain emergency plans, including emergency drills and training.
Organize (and deliver, when relevant) adequate EHS communication to site personnel whenever required (communication
on specific EHS issues, EHS awareness campaign, etc.).
Ensure that all Accidents/Incidents are recorded, investigated and analyzed to prevent reoccurrence.
Administer the requirements of GE’s Wind Turbine Safety Rules.
Perform other duties as required by Operational and EHS management
• Safety related qualification, NEBOSH General Certificate as a • Minimum 2 years of relevant experience in EHS in a se• Familiar with OHSA regulatory requirements.
• Availability to travel, both in UK/Ireland and abroad
• Good knowledge of Microsoft office, web based tools
- • Technical background as a Wind Turbine Technician. • Good team management skills• Excellent customer, communication, and interpersonal skills• Ability to work well in a team based environment.• Risk & Emergency situations management• Experience in power industry – ideally Wind background.• Working knowledge of Wind Turbine Safety Rules (WTSR) & HV safety rules • Ability to make decisions in a fast pace and sense of urgency• Good troubleshooting and problem-solving skills• Capacity to work under pressure, in a complex environment and communicating with transparency• Good organizational skills • EHS auditing & training experience. Note: To comply with US immigration and other legal requirements, it is necessary to specify the minimum number of years’ experience required for any role based within the USA. For roles outside of the USA, to ensure compliance with applicable legislation, the JDs should focus on the substantive level of experience required for the role and a minimum number of years should NOT be used.
Relocation Assistance Provided: No