Some specific daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Develop and implement Midstream EH&S strategies, policies, and programs to ensure regulatory compliance and limit incidents, operations risk, and liabilities across Operations.
• Work collaboratively with THQA counterpart to ensure consistency and clarity of EH&S expectations across all business units and to provide a EH&S platform that supports and allows all Company operations to be conducted in a safe manner, while minimizing costs and the impacts to company property, equipment and the surrounding environment.
• Conduct incident investigations, co-develop and maintain midstream emergency response plan and site specific safety plans to ensure compliance with government regulations.
• Manage annual state and federal agency reporting.
• Ensure Midstream waste shipping, tracking, and disposal operations are performed in compliance with regulations.
• Ensure proper use of proper spill containment and other spill countermeasures.
• Working with operational teams, ensure the proper reporting of safety and environmental incidents with the appropriate regulatory agencies.
• Working with operational teams, ensure that the required on-site response to environmental or safety incidents/emergencies and ensure that a root cause analysis is completed and communicated.
• Manage investigations and remediation projects as required. •
Develop and implement training program (new and refresher training), including contractor on-boarding & Expectations Training, and Contractor Safety Management programs.
• Analyze safety and environmental trends for improvement recommendations, including industry and peer benchmarking.
• Monitor and periodically audit employees and contractors for adherence to company EH&S programs.
• Implement a process to stay current with regulatory agency rules and regulations.
• Develop a system to benchmark and track safety and environmental performance via scorecards. Provide management with reports as requested.
• Support the asset development teams to ensure that all goals and deadlines are met.
• Motivated self-starter that possesses abilities of self-sufficiency and flexibility to work in a growing and evolving function that supports various operational teams. • Thorough working knowledge of West Virginia and Pennsylvania environmental and safety regulatory standards and compliance requirements necessary to maintain Company’s license to operate. • Strong team player that possesses excellent interpersonal skills and a high level of self-awareness. • Demonstrated ability to work with internal employees and external contractors to ensure that the broader team/company goals are achieved. • Clarity of communication, both written and oral, and strong presentation skills. • Ability to manage multiple project and strong project management skills. • Knowledge of EH&S databases for compliance and recordkeeping. • Willingness to travel, as required, to operational work sites, including trips that may require overnight stay.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
• BS Degree in Safety Management, Environmental Sciences or other related field of study is preferable and a Master’s degree is a plus. • Minimum of 10-15 years of experience working within a similar capacity in the oil & gas industry with specific experience working with midstream or transmission pipelines and facilities. • Natural gas industry specific training and certifications, especially safety related and emergency response.