|APM Terminals Apapa, a part of the Lagos port complex, is the largest container facility by capacity of the three serving Lagos, Nigeria's largest city and business center. It is also the largest container terminal operation in west Africa having doubled container traffic after concession began in 2006, with drastic improved productivity.|
|•Value and team-based leadership.|
•An open and engaging working environment.
•A wide range of international career opportunities.
•Opportunities for personal and professional growth in a dynamic environment.
•Competitive compensation packages
|•Assists in the development and delivery of the company’s HSE functions, implementing policies, procedures and systems to provide for a HSE business operation|
•Maintains up-to-date information and knowledge on new developments in the area of Health, Safety and Environmental standards and Loss Prevention measures
•Represents the HSE department within the port related to HSE in order to ensure a mutual understanding of the Company’s goals and requirements, and to work in a co-operative partnership with local resources
•Inspects organisation facilities and audits records to detect existing or potential accident and health hazards, determines corrective or preventative measures where indicated, and follows up to ensure measures have been implemented
•Reports all HSE incidents and assists the HSE Supervisor incident root cause analysis and assess risks to health for use by company personnel and outside agencies
•Assists in the investigation of accidents and injuries and cooperates in the preparation of material and evidence for organisation in hearings, lawsuits and insurance investigations. Compiles and submits accident reports required by the HSE department. Maintains safety files and records.
•Assists in the development and delivery of training to terminal staff and third party members.
•Observe the provisions of the relevant APMT Apapa policies and procedures
•Ensure that APMT Apapa HSE policy and procedures are observed as well as all relevant safety legislation and the provisions of the relevant Government of Nigeria HSE Acts
•Contribute to the continuous improvement process and to the meeting of business objectives. This includes providing suggestions and input to changes and improvements in all policies and procedures (mentioned in this section or otherwise)
•Inform superior as soon as possible if any general or specific task cannot be performed adequately or timely due to influences beyond your control
|Who we are looking for|
|•Requires minimum B.sc/ HND/Certificate qualification (e.g,NEBOSH)|
•Requires a proven record of HSE related experience preferably from port operations and/or heavy equipment industry.
•Effective negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
•Effective interpersonal and leadership skills.
•Requires good verbal and written communication skills in English
•Knowledge and experience in handling dangerous goods and emergency situations.
|>||Last application date: 18 August 2017.|
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|apmterminals.com||At APM Terminals, we are a team of over 20,000 employees spread across more than 60 countries united by a passion to provide our expertise in port operations and container management services. By providing the expertise and port infrastructure essential to world trade, we actively support the advancement of the societies around us, enabling local economies to unlock their potential and build an even stronger global community. Working with a team of talented professionals you will get a chance to experience different cultures and make friends all over the world. You’ll find a culturally diverse, stimulating environment at any of our offices, terminals or depots. When you join APM Terminals, the world is your workplace.|