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Qualifed persons are encouraged to apply for the position of
HSE Co-ordinator - Management Systems
Assists the Manager, HSE with the development and implementation of health, safety and environmental management systems and
programs, the creation of the relevant policies, procedures, guidelines and processes and establish the associated document manage-
1. Assists the Manager, HSE with the development and implementation of the Health, Safety and Environment
Management Systems (HSEMS) and programs procedures, policies, guidelines and processes.
2. Advises on the design of HSEMS related items and participates and, or leads in multiple related projects.
3. Coordinates and assists in championing change and ensures that there is an effective safety-based reward system.
4. Interacts with the managers on the elements and processes of the new HSEMS.
5. Develops a Behaviour Based Safety Program.
6. Supports the development of the new Occupational Health Systems with new processes.
7. Assists the Manager, HSE with the roll out of the HSE Management Systems and the associated policies, procedures,
guidelines and processes.
8. Supports and assists with compliance Audits and develops the document management system for HSE.
9. Schedules, conducts and measures the effectiveness of training relevant to the HSEMS policies, procedures and processes.
10. Supports the development of HSE metrics for the new systems.
11. Creates an effective electronic database for the HSEMS.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Health, Safety and Environment or related feld.
• Master’s Degree in Occupational Safety, Health and Environment or related feld would be an asset.
• 5-8 years HSE related work experience.
• Minimum 3 years' experience in Integrated Management Systems Implementation.
• Minimum 3 years' experience in Safety to Work (STOW) implementation.
• Experience in developing and using HSE Information Management System would be an asset.
• Experience with OSHA and Environment compliance requirements.
• 3 Year contract.
Applications along with resumes should be addressed to:
Lake Asphalt of Trinidad and Tobago (1978) Limited
Human Resources Unit
Brighton La Brea
Or sent directly to
Deadline for submission:
23rd . December, 2016
We thank everyone for their interest however, only persons selected for an interview will be contacted.
Women's Interview Attire
The standard job interviewing attire for
women is a conservative black, dark navy
or grey skirted wool blend suit. Job experts
and employers seem split on the notion of
pants suits, so a skirted suit is a safer choice.
Other conservative colours - such as neutral
colours: beige or brown or even red - are also
acceptable. A blazer with blouse and skirt
is a possible second choice to a suit. Skirt
length should be a little below the knee and
never shorter than above the knee. Avoid
wearing a dress. Blouses should be cotton
or silk and should be white, or some other
light colour. Shoes should be low-heeled.
Pantyhose should be flawless (no runs) and
conservative in colour. You should opt for
a briefcase rather than a purse.
You don't need to spend two weeks salary on an
interview suit, but your suit should be profession-
al, clean and pressed. You have a lot of choices in
suits and either a pant suit or skirted suit (or even a
dress under a jacket) is perfectly acceptable. Mod-
erate height heels or flats should be worn as well as
hosiery in a neutral colour like tan, neutral or black;
leave the white nylons for nurses. Please check your
clothing for holes, rips, missing buttons and scuffs
on your shoes. Make the necessary repairs and polish
your shoes. Skirt length should be respectable and
not above the knee if possible. Remember, a blouse
is acceptable under a suit for an interview, not even
Perfumes and colognes should be applied very
lightly. What smells like heaven to you, might just
be enough to set off an allergic reaction for one of
the interviewers. Remember, your perfume should
be discernible only at an inappropriate distance for
an interview (i.e. too darned close to be professional).
Better yet, why not skip a scent all together for an
interview? Better safe than sorry.
Jewellery, while beautiful, should be kept on the
conservative side as well. Choose no more than two
rings per hand, although one is better. Choose one set
of earrings, one necklace and one bracelet, no more.
Facial piercings are best left out for an interview as
well as tongue piercings.
Your hair should be done in a stylish, yet conserv-
ative manner. Considering an interview is a chance
at a brand new job, one might consider a visit to the
salon in preparation of the interview. For those of you
with "problem" hair, investing in a trip to the salon
might just be the ticket to an offer of employment.
At a minimum, tone down the funky "clubbing"
hair for your interview. Take a critical look at what
your hair style says about you and make sure it says
Fingernails should also be kept professional looking.
Forget graphics and jewels on your nails for an inter-
view. Forget extra-long talons as well. Nails should be
moderate in length, not so long that a potential man-
ager would question your ability to function at work.
Nail colour should also be moderate: clear, French
manicure or any other pale traditional, non-glittery
colour. Basically, your nails should not be attracting
more attention during an interview than your skills.
Makeup is a necessity for most, but makeup applied
with a heavy hand does not work for an interview.
Make it minimal, with lipstick and nail polish con-
servative tones. Leave the glitter eye shadow, mascara
and lip gloss at home for the time being along with
the vamp lipstick and face powder. Do go with neutral
tones and just enough makeup to look fresh faced, not
overdone. As with your nails, your makeup should
not be drawing attention to itself.
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