Chief Officer, Safety at Hobark International Limited (HIL)

Hobark International Limited (HIL) is the parent company of the Hobark group operating in the oil and gas industry. The company was incorporated in 1998, starting as a staffing agency based in Port Harcourt. Currently we have offices in 4 countries with our head office in Lagos.We are recruiting to fill the vacant position below:Job Title: Chief Officer, SafetyReq I D: Req-1478Location: NigeriaJob SummaryThe day Chief Officer shall act as the Safety Officer onboard ensuring that the provisions of the Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen, Statutory Requirements and Company Health and Safety Policy are complied with.The Safety Officer shall investigate all lost time injuries, dangerous occurrences and complaints regarding Health and Safety matters and make recommendations to the OIM/Master.ResponsibilitiesAct as Senior DP Operator, Watchkeeper, when on shift and normal Watchkeeper when on conventional watches either in port, on passage or at anchor.Shall have understanding and comply with all relevant sections of the company's policies and management system.Assists OIM/Master in fire fighting and emergency procedures controls on Bridge in the event of fire or other emergency situation.Liaises with all other Deck Officers on general ship running and routines.Ensures that all cargo is secured at all times and organises cargo transfers after liaison with the Storekeeper.Ensuring all navigational equipment is functioning correctly. Preparation of the Bridge for sea as required by statute and reporting equipment defects.Assists in paperwork if required which may be incurred by clients/charters information/data requirements.Liaises closely with Well Ops UK QHSE Manager on Incident close out actions and all other matters pertaining to safety onboard the vessel.Assist the OIM/Master in the maintenance of WOUK Management System.Undertake the role and responsibilities of GMDSS operator in accordance with the provisions of MA (Radio installation)regulations 1992 and STCW 95 

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