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SHE Manager






The HSE Manager needs to lead the SHEQ Team in providing an integrated SHEQ function to the site and to influence Site Management to embed a culture of SHEQ excellence


  • Promote SHEQ awareness concerning local Law Regulations and Group Standards and requirements
  • Improve the SHEQ Performance and continuously update and ensure adherence to all SHEQ policies
  • Attend Project review meetings
  • Develop effective SHEQ risk management and drive continuous improvement towards a zero-harm working environment.
  • Executing the group and business SHEQ strategy and driving commitment to Responsible Care principles
  • Assuring SHEQ compliance
  • Developing and planning SHEQ risk assessments
  • Monitoring and improving the effectiveness of SHEQ controls
  • Assuring SHEQ workplace and legal compliance.
  • Conducting SHEQ incident investigations, root cause analysis and facilitation of learning
  • Ensure certification and effectiveness of SHEQ management systems (e.g. ISO 45001, ISO 14001 ISO 9001, PSM and Responsible Care).
  • Monitoring and reporting on SHEQ performance
  • Planning and monitoring SHEQ training
  • Managing the SHEQ team’s performance and budget 


  • Relevant Diploma or Degree
  • Professional Designation will be advantageous
  • 10 years’ experience with at least 5 years experience in Safety Management
  • Knowledge of work-related hazards and associated risks
  • Understanding of human behaviour and the impact of cultural differences on human behaviour
  • Knowledge of plant processes standards and procedures (including HR policies)
  • Knowledge of relevant safety legislation, i.e. Mine Health and Safety Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act and COID Act
  • International Standards (ISO), i.e. OHSAS45001, ISO9001, ISO14001
  • Facilitation, report writing and auditing skills
  • How to conduct a root cause/fault tree analysis (investigation skills)
  • Verbal and written communication skills (internal and external)

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