To ensure company safety management system under the Quality, Safety and Environmental Protection Policy and to achieve Quality Objectives stated in the company Mission Statement, Marine & HSEQ department must contribute to the Company’s Health, Safety, Nautical and Cargo Operation Management, Crewing Management, Ship Operation management, Security and New Project Management, Environmental Management and support Fleet Management to meet customer's requirements in terms of these.
Primary Job Responsibilities and Measurement
Superintendent (Marine & HSEQ) shall carry out their own duties under the authority given by the Manager (Marine & HSEQ) or Deputy Manager (Marine & HSEQ), but shall be responsible to the Manager (Marine & HSEQ). Superintendent (Marine & HSEQ) shall carry out and be responsible for the following duties under the guidance and supervision of Manager (Marine & HSEQ) & Deputy Manager (Marine & HSEQ):
- Assisting Vessel Manager in such duties as the Marine Administration from the Nautical and Cargo Operation standard and the ship-shore compatibility study point of view.
- Responding promptly to Owner’s and Charterer’s ship/shore compatibility issues.
- Preparing compatibility confirmation list for current & future projects
- Assisting with Researching and investigating Nautical and Cargo Operation matters.
- Assist in preparing Bunker Vessel procedures.
- Supporting the Manager (Marine & HSEQ) in terms of matters related to general crewing such as policy, crewing manual, training requirements and etc.
- Handling general crewing matter which are raised though Industrial requirement, customer requirement, changing environment such as Piracy activity, complaints and feeding back from ship, etc.
- Monitoring the ship operation management accordance with each charter party of fleet. Advising Fleet Management best practice to avoid default of charter party.
- Communicating well with concerned departments and persons to execute own duties in line with the operation policy and frame works.
- Supporting vessels which will transit High Risk Area by monitoring, updating MSCHOA website for vessel Gulf of Aden transits, carrying out and maintaining records of SSAS tests, etc.
- Supporting vessels when they may encounter severe weather condition such as Typhoon, Hurricane, etc.
- Assisting with the implementation of the SMS through ship audit and other activities and reporting to the Manager (Marine & HSEQ).
- Carryout vessel internal audits and navigation audits.
- Assist with Office internal audits.
- Assist with Office external audits and TMSA reviews
- Reviewing & Responding to Shipboard Safety & Sanitary Committee meeting minutes received from the fleet. Any issues raised by the fleet to be advised to the DPA and Vessel Manager.
- Attend terminal meetings, customer seminars as required by the Line Manager.
- Assisting the new project management team.
- Assisting in the upkeep of the Vessel Inspection Data Base & Incident Investigation Database.
- Assisting with Navigational Audit trending.
- Assisting in the management of the risk assessments received from the fleet.
- Assisting in the management of Hours or Work/Rest, assisting with rotational duty roster. (weekend roster), assisting during Emergency Response.
Scope of Role
- Nautical and Cargo Operation Management
- Crewing Management
- New Project Management
- Ship Operation Management
- Customer satisfaction in terms of Marine & HSEQ management
- On board Security management (as of supporting deputy CSO)
- Assisting with LBV Operational Management
- Assisting with Fleet Internal Audit Management
- Assisting with Office External Management
- Assisting with Emergency Response Management
- Assisting with New Project Management
Skills, Qualifications and Expertise
Superintendent (Marine & HSEQ) shall be the holder of a Command level certificate of competence (Deck) or an equivalent qualification.
Previous service as Master, Chief Officer or at least 3 years in the Marine or QA/HSSE department of a comparable shore organisation.
- Command level Certificate (Deck)
- Advanced Tanker safety Training
- Advanced Tanker safety Training (Gas)
- Internal Auditor Certificate ENG 1
- Medical Certificate (or equivalent)
- Company Security Officer Training
- Media Response Training
- Risk Assessment and Incident Investigation & Analysis Training
In addition, satisfying following requirements:
- Understanding each vessel’s charter party.
- Understanding of crewing matters and employment criteria as per Oil Majors requirement.
- Understanding of vessel operational procedure and requirement.
- Familiarization of Internal and external audit process.
- Familiarised with Ship shore compatibility procedures in accordance with SIGTTO questionnaire or other customer specific requirements.
- Evaluation and appraisal of risk assessment.
- Having global knowledge of ocean passage in accordance with IMO guidelines.
- Fleet Management
- Management System
- Risk Assessments