Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 25th 2014 Contents FULL TIME/ PERMANENT CAREER OPPORTUNITY -- HSSE PROFESSIONAL
The Paramount Transport and Trading Company Limited wishes to attract per-
sons with relevant competencies to contribute to the HSSE related functions of
the organization. Prospective candidates will be considered based on the fol-
• A Degree in Health and Safety from a recognized university and or
the completion of Level Six Nebosh Diploma.
• Must be a practicing HSSE professional within the Energy/
Construction/ Projects and General Rigging Safety environment for
the last 3-5years. Such experience must include working with HSSE
related Policies and Procedures.
• Must have a general and functional understanding of Heavy
Equipment Capabilities, Limitations, General Inspection Procedures, etc.
• Consideration will be given to persons having practical knowledge of
the STOW and related industry standards.
• Must have experience in delivering HSSE related Orientations,
• Training in Emergency Management, Accident/ Incident Investigation
and First Aid.
• Knowledge and experience in conducting risk assessment and
• Sound knowledge of OSH Act 2004 and Amendments in 2006.
THE POSITION OFFERS AN ATTRACTIVE COMPENSATION PACKAGE
THAT INCLUDES A MEDICAL PLAN, PENSION PLAN, COMPANY PHONE,
PAID LEAVE AND MUCH LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES.
Please address applications to the Human Resources Manager
P.O. Box #4, San Fernando or Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED.
Let us go through following five types
of employee behaviour at workplace:
Such individuals are well aware of
their key responsibility areas and what
they are supposed to do at the work-
place. Every individual needs to have
some goals in life. Task performers set
targets for themselves and strive hard
to accomplish tasks within the stipu-
lated time frame. Set a direction for
yourself. It works.
The roles and responsibilities should
be in line with organisation s goals and
objectives. Task performers concentrate
on their work, never lose their focus
so that they meet deadlines and achieve
targets on or before time. Such indi-
viduals work in close coordination with
clients and customers, train their fellow
workers and try to finish tasks on time
with minimum possible errors. They
do not believe in working alone and
prefer working in teams.
Working in unison helps them not
only meet and exceed superior s expec-
tations but also accomplish tasks within
the desired time frame.
In today s scenario of cut-throat
competition, organisations need to pro-
vide something extra to clients for them
to survive in the long run and outshine
competitors. Remember, mere perform-
ing daily job responsibilities would not
help. You need to think out of the box,
if you aspire to reach the top slot within
the shortest possible time frame. Find
out what extra, apart from your regular
job, you are doing for the organisation.
Managers need to encourage employees
to gain from each other s knowledge
Help your colleagues. Lend a sym-
pathetic ear to their problems. If one
of your team members is not able to
perform a particular task, sit with him,
brainstorm ideas and help him find an
appropriate solution. Show genuine
courtesy towards fellow workers. There
is absolutely no harm in knowledge
sharing. Help your co workers acquire
new skills and learnings.
Counterproductive Work Behaviour
Individuals with counterproductive
work behaviour have a tendency to
harm their organisation. Such individ-
uals not only speak ill of their organ-
isation but also abuse fellow workers
and pass lewd comments. They are
often involved in objectionable activities
and doing unproductive tasks which
spoil the entire work culture. Individuals
with counterproductive work behaviour
are often indulged in thefts, leaking
confidential information, data tamper-
ing and so on. Such individuals need
to be dealt with patience .Encourage
them to get rid of their negative traits,
else show them the exit door imme-
Joining and Staying with the
It is essential for individuals to
stay with the organisation for quite
some time. Organisations need to
treat employees with respect for
them to stick around for a long
time and do not even think of
quitting their jobs.
When talented people leave,
knowledge is lost, eventually work
suffers. Talent acquisition profes-
sionals ought to check the back-
ground, past track record and
credibility of new joinees to avoid
problems later on. While hiring,
do not forget to find out how fre-
quently they have changed jobs
in the past.
Maintaining Work Attendance
Employees need to attend office
regularly. Take a leave, only when
there is an emergency. Employees
who find work as a mere source
of burden and have nothing new
and interesting to do, take frequent
leaves as compared to individuals
who love coming to work.
Types of employee
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