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Working as a Marine HSE Engineer / Deputy HSE manager



? Risk assessment and risk management.

? Root cause incident analysis.

? Control of permit to work system.

? Incident investigation and report writing.

? Emergency planning.

? HSE inspection / audit.

? Develop safe work systems/procedures.

? Develop job safety analysis.

? IMS / ISM documentation.

? Data interpretation and compilation.

? Problem solving and motivation.

? Presentation and training.


• NEBOSH (National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health),

International General Certificate, U.K. (qualified with distinction).

• Diploma in Safety Management from NISM, Bangalore, India.

• Diploma in Fire & Safety engineering from Indian Technical Education Council.

• Graduation from Indian Navy (Ministry Of Defence), Govt. of India.

• Pre-Degree from Kerala University, India.


• Member (Technician) IOSH , U.K.

• DP/Internal Auditor(ISM Code) training and certification from Bureau Veritas.

• ISPS certification by Bureau Veritas for Port Facility Security, Company and Ship Security Officer.

• STCW 95 Code courses for ‘Personal Safety and Social Responsibility’, ‘Personal Survival Techniques’, ‘Elementary First Aid’, ‘Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting.

• Basic First Aid training from Ministry of Health, UAE.

• Managing safely in construction Training from Corporate Health and Safety Solutions, Dubai.

• Crosby, Europe - training for proper use of lifting and rigging products.

• Hazard Identification, Task Risk Assessment & Advance Safety Audit training from ADGAS training center at DAS Island.

• Periodical training, refresher courses, workshops & seminars on Safety and Security management by Indian Navy.


From Jan 2011 to present : BESIX International, Sr.HSE Engineer (DyHSE Manager)

[Integrated Gas Development Project, ADGAS, DAS Island]

Scope of the project : Quay wall, Soil improvement, Piling, Foundation works,

Structural works, crest wall etc.

Key responsibilities:-

? Back to back to back rotation leave replacement for HSE Manager.

? Focal point / Coordinator for Offshore & onshore HSE team.

? Allocate and manage offshore & onshore HSE officers at different locations.

? Implementation of Marine/Off shore HSE management system/plan.

? Focal point for onsite HSE & management personnel.

? Follow up and tracking of HSE observation and inspections.

? Attend daily, weekly & monthly internal and external meetings.

? Participate in Management HSE walkthrough.

? Provide inputs and attend onsite TRA meeting, and TRA presentation.

? Verify Permit To Work requirements.

? Coordinate and provide necessary HSE trainings.

? Near miss/ incident reporting, tracking and investigation.

? Coordinate third party lifting inspections.

? Coordinate and follow up Ship vetting inspections by Supreme Petroleum Council.

? HSE inspections and HSE Audit of marine equipment.

? Emergency planning, conducting and evaluation of drill reports.

From Jun 2010 to Dec 2010 - BESIX International, Sr.HSE Officer

[Zakum Artificial Island Project, ZADCO]

Key responsibilities:-

? Focal point / Coordinator for Offshore HSE team.

? Marine Equipment modification as per ZADCO HSE requirements.

? Cordinate and follow up of ZADCO vessel pre qualifying inspections.

? Preparation of HSE plan and Emergency plan.

? Coordinator for third party inspections of lifting, towing and anchor/spud handling equipments.

? Advise on installation of LSA /Fire fighting equipment on marine equipment as per IMO/Client standards.

From Feb 2008 to Jun 2010 - BESIX International, Sr.HSES Officer

[Marine Base/Ship repair Yard]

This department acts as a Marine Base for the maintenance and supply of marine vessels to the various sites in the GCC. Company owns and hires tugs, spud barges, flat top barges, dipper dredgers and speedboats for all the marine constructions of the company across GCC.

Responsibilities include:-

? Implementation of Company Safety management systems and marine safety procedures.

? Documentation and implementation of ISO/IMS procedures for HSE department.

? Issuance and control of permit to work systems.

? Develop safe systems of work and assessment of risk.

? Review and implement job safety analysis.

? Conduct routine Safety inspection on all company owned and hired floating equipment stationed for different shore and off shore works.

? Follow up on the implementation of IMO, SOLAS, MARPOL , STCW, PSC and local safety regulations.

? Ensure all vessels are maintaining compliance with company and international regulations, all fire fighting and life saving equipment are at well maintained working condition.

? Follow up on the implementation of ISPS code for port facility, company and ship security.

? Provides necessary advice and assistance to reduce accidents and potential losses.

? Reporting and investigating all incidents and accidents.

? Update marine safety manual and port facility security plan.

? Conduct marine HSE induction and special HSE training for employees.

? Organize and conduct safety meeting with management, consultant and clients.

? Weekly inspection and preparation of reports on health, safety and environment.

From Aug 2008 to Oct 2008 - National Educational Development Council.

(Instructor for Occupational Health and Safety)

Job Description:

Instructor for fire, occupational health and safety in an institution registered under National Safety Council of India. The responsibilities include:-

? Setting up of syllabus and lesson plan as per the requirement of National safety Council.

? Providing class room lectures for trainees regarding Occupational Health & Safety.

? Conduct site visits to give practical training for students.

? Evaluation of trainees in practical and theory examinations.

? Organizing and conducting seminars for group of students.

From July 1993 to July 2007 - Indian Navy (Armed Forces)

Job Description:-

15 yrs experience in different ships, ship building yards, naval bases and maritime operation centers. The job responsibilities include the following:-

? Monitor safety and security management activities of ships and shore establishments.

? Update and maintain life saving and fire fighting equipments.

? Coordinator for vessel maintenance at dockyards and shipyards.

? Control of hot work permits and fire support personnel during ship maintenance.

? In charge of offshore monitoring stations and sea line of control stations.

? Entrusted with the responsibility of working as a:

o Safety and Security officer

o Conducting of mock drill on emergency and disaster management

o Fire Fighting instructor and coordinator

o Organising and conducting safety and security trainings

o Accident / Incident investigation and reporting

? Supervising the:

o Emergency response teams in on shore and off shore environments

o Operations and Maintenance of Fire fighting equipments and PPE

o Lifting operation while handling heavy ammunition

o Personnel on board for various marine operations


• MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point).


• Got a good score in International English Language Testing System from British council, University of Cambridge.

• Qualified in Madyamik Hindi Examination from Indian Navy, Gov





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