Offshore Fire Explosion and Risk Assessment Inspector

A key operational arm of HSE, Energy Division (ED) regulates the UK’s Offshore oil and gas industry, pipelines, mines, diving and renewable power generation. We employ around 140 professional engineers and scientists to do this. Respected internationally for our independent status and integrity, we have a long standing reputation for technical expertise which can be applied logically to deliver effective, proportionate solutions enabling hazardous situations to be managed safely. Offshore safety and the linked environmental protection remain high government priorities.

Fire Explosion and Risk Assessment is essential in the context of managing offshore major accident hazards, where failures can lead to catastrophic harm to workers and the environment. Energy Division has a front line team of Fire Explosion and Risk Assessment Specialist Inspectors who cooperate with colleagues to regulate companies undertaking offshore oil and gas operations or related activities.

You will become part of a team of technical specialists working to help improve safety across a wide range of activities within the UK offshore major hazard industries. You will provide Fire explosion and risk assessment support to IMT inspectors for both planned and reactive work. As part of the specialist team of inspectors you will also engage with a diverse range of stakeholders to keep up to date with new developments and to promulgate HSE expectations within the industry.

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