To be chairman of HAZOP, HAZID, SIL workshop etc., Gained knowledge in the development of risk assessment an d safety studies, such as quantitative risk assessments （QRA）, FEMA, escape, evacuation an d rescue analyses （EERA）, fire an d explosion risk assessments an d consequence analysis for both marine an d offshore facilities.
Risk Assessment Project Management activities for local clients. Frequently communicate with clients in a clear, concise, an d professional manner, presenting a professional company image to clients by email, phone, an d in person, an d identifying where additional services may be offered. Manage the entire lifecycle of Certification projects according to BV internal Project Management Professional processes.
Write an d support project proposals, budget development, an d defining scopes of work. Manage deviations from scope with clients through clear communication over the phone an d by email.
Experience in using the following software tools: PHAST, FLACS, PHA-Pro preferred.
To qualify for this position:
At least 5 years’ experience in project management of marine an d offshore , preferably in marine an d offshore engineering background;
Strong technical knowledge of ship equipment, machinery, cargo related equipment for Gas/chemical carriers, an d good knowledge in operation, process an d maintenance of marine an d offshore;
Be familiar with classification rules an d statutory such as IGF, IGC, IMO etc.
Be proficient in gas-related process engineering with new an d complex design （FLNG, FSRU, FPSO etc.）,
Experimented in Safety studies an d Risk assessments, i.e. HAZOP, HAZID, SIL classification an d verification, FMECA, QRA, RAM assessment modelling, Consequence on several projects.
Can be successfully conducted number of including subsea production systems, offshore Oil & Gas installations and performance standards development for marine an d offshore companies.
Fluent in written an d spoken English; good team player
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