Shell is one the largest foreign investors in Singapore and began operations in 1891. Today, we have more than 3,200 employees in Singapore alone. The Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site today is the largest Shell refinery in the world in terms of crude distillation capacity, which makes Singapore a key regional supply and trading centre for Shell in the East
Become the site Product Stewardship Focal Point to implement Product Stewardship (PS) Program and Global Harmonised System (GHS) for Bukom Manufacturing site.
Become site Chemical Management/Licensing focal point.
Ensure all legal, regulatory, Shell Group and DS-M Environmental requirements are translated into transparent and pragmatic site work processes and procedures.
Assures site delivery on Environmental programmes are met in accordance with local/country regulations and Group environmental standards.
Become the Environment focal point in the Production Unit (PU) assigned. Become part of the PU day team support member to implement Environmental Improvement Programme such as Zero Oil Business Tactic and ensure all activities are conducted and managed in PU are in accordance with agreed Environmental practices and procedure as outlined in the site management system and the necessary environmental performance reporting requirements.
Conduct Environment field walkabout to raise environment awareness and conduct environment field audit to ensure field environment compliance. Monitor, track, drive action items to closure.
Provides environmental support to Projects & T/A event to achieve Goal Zero aspiration.
Responsible for the Environment portion of the comprehensive HSSE Plan for turnaround events and projects, and to ensure environmental practices and/or procedures are communicated and practiced during execution.
Report and investigate ENCs and oil spills with Production Unit (PU) team and lead/assist to develop projects and solutions to problems to prevent recurrence.
Become site Product Stewardship and Chemical Management/Licensing focal point.
Minimum of 1 – 3 years of relevant experience as
Environmental Engineer; or Chemical Engineer; or Process Engineer or related disciplines.
Working experiences in a Refinery or Chemical Plant or Oil Industry would be advantages.
Familiar with Singapore Environmental Regulations.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to interact with all levels of the organization.
Technical competency and strong problem solving and trouble shooting skills.
Provide advice on all environmental matters to members in the Production Units assigned, including contractors
Give environmental advice on day to day operations, eg, plant operation, construction, plant modification, maintenance works, transportation and other works conducted in or related to site operations;
Give advice, with regard to environmental aspects on design, selection, purchase and installation of new equipment arising from small to medium sized projects
Assess and investigate the incident reports with regard to environmental issues and advise on mitigation or preventive measures if appropriate;
Ensure that sound environmental control systems and practices are maintained and being well followed by Reviewing the environmental strategy and control systems with regular confirmation of field practices.
Monitoring environmental performance and provide technical/HSE assistance to the field while advising on ways to improve overall environmental performance.