Patterson-UTI Drilling Company LLC
Saint Clairsville, OH
The New Standard for Drilling Performance
Drill safer, smarter and faster with Patterson-UTI Drilling's comprehensive fleet of pad-capable rigs featuring advanced walking systems to enhance your operations so you can reach your apex.
The HSE Advisor will be responsible for the occupational HSE-related activities for the Company's designated operational areas. This position also requires ensuring HSE risks are managed according to Company policies, standards and processes, industry best practices and standards, and in compliance with regulatory requirements. This position involves occasional manual labor functions and duties. The HSE Advisor works closely with and assists other employees and supports designated operational areas. The candidate should have experience within the onshore drilling industry, a proven track record and commitment to achieving all HSE and Company objectives.
Coordinate with HSE Regional Manager and HSE team to ensure effective use of best practices and consistency in approach to HSE responsibilities
Promote a risk-based approach to HSE management utilizing Company policies, standards and processes for all operational activities
Provide HSE support, coaching and training at all levels including promoting Company's commitment to 24/7 safety culture for all workers
Plan and participate in HSE audits/reviews of drilling operations and related assigned areas to ensure proper implementation and compliance
Support the implementation and achievement of HSE objectives and performance measures during all drilling operational activities
Lead initiatives to promote visible and proactive management commitment and employee engagement in HSE activities
Review existing HSE training plans and specific training needs, provide training, as appropriate, and/or facilitate visiting specialist trainers
Ensure compliance with system for collecting, storing, analyzing, tracking and reporting HSE performance data (e.g. Incident report findings, Audit actions, and related HSE metrics)
Participate and audit job-planning activities, including Permission to Work (PTW), Job Safety Assessment (JSA) and hazard recognition
Complete monthly HSE report for area of responsibility and monthly drilling operational meetings and reviews
Participate in risk management and HSE activities including risk assessments, audits, HSE Meetings and onsite work activities
Technical proficiency in emergency response support of coworkers as needed, ensure compliance with safety procedures, and other additional tasks as assigned
Technical proficiency in understanding and communicating regulations, risk management and risk assessment skills
Technical proficiency in HSE auditing, incident investigation and documentation techniques
Proficiency with written and email communication including use of MS Office (Word, Excel, etc.)
This position requires the ability to work in both office locations and outdoors in all types ofweather, including precipitation, cold / heat, high winds, and turbulent conditions. The HSE Advisor will be regularly exposed to the typical conditions ofthe local area where the drilling operations and rigs are located.
This position requires working at heights, including:
Climbing a straight ladder 142 feet from the rig floor to perform inspections, investigations, or training with necessary climbing PPE.
Transferring from a ladder to a working platform 90 feet above the rig floor while staying 100% tied off.
Transferring from a manlift basket to roof tops while staying 100% tied off to conduct wire rope inspections.
Ascending to the Drilling rig floor which is elevated approximately 32 feet above the ground by provided stairs.
This position requires Inspections in the substructure of the drilling rig to include stepping on uneven platforms to inspect Blow