Process Safety Engineer - Norco, LA

Shell Norco is a 1,000-acre manufacturing complex, located in Norco, Louisiana, approximately 20 miles from New Orleans. Shell Norco Manufacturing Complex is a fully integrated petrochemical and refining facility that operates 24 hours a day.
The Process Safety Engineer is an individual contributor position and reports to the Norco Process Safety Team lead. The role will interface with all levels of the site organization from operators to members of the Site Leadership Team.
The role will provide production unit Process Safety support, to include overall leadership, strategy, technical expertise, assurance, and delivery of PSM tactics. Focus on PHA/HEMP facilitation and overall reduction of LOPC's for the unit, in alignment with the direction of the site's strategy and targets. Support MOC technical reviews and Safeguarding Engineering work. Position reports directly to the Process Safety Team Lead.
Hazard and Effect Management Process (HEMP) / Process Hazard Analysis (PHA)
Support the business to identify HSE hazards, assess risk and document the effects through the HEMP process. Managing all red risks and 5A and 5B risks, HEMP Safety Critical Equipment, and the 3rd Handshake Process.
Facilitate 2-3 5-year PHA revalidations per year.
Understand and support all applicable HEMP Standards and Practices.
Support MOC's through the facilitation of HAZOPs.
Production Unit Support:
Facilitate HSE Production Team Meetings, lead and participate in area investigations.
Identify opportunities for LOPC reductions by identifying and reporting tactics to site leadership.
Participate and lead Verify and Validate PSM field walks.
Support production unit as Technical Safety expertise in Risk Management and
Identification, assessment and documentation of HSSE Risk reduction and control strategies for significant hazards.
Applying applicable downstream standards when conducting HSSE Risk Assessments.
Support development, modification and implementation of the HSSE Management System and HSSE Control Framework.
A portion of the job will be to support site Safeguarding Focal Point in:
Safeguarding Revalidations.
RV Mitigation development.
MOC's and Projects.

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