To develop safety strategy for Rustenburg operation aligned to the Implats strategy to establish and an audit inspection function for ensuring compliance and reporting against the Implats group strategy.
DEPARTMENT AND LOCATION:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:
- Mine Manager's certificate OR Engineering Government Certificate of Competence (GCC) is
- BTECH in Health and Safety, BSC Mining degree and National Diploma in Safety Management
- Must have a valid medical certificate or to be medical fit in order to obtain such a certificate
- Minimum of 5 years senior management experience in Mining, Engineering and Processing is
- Pre experience in safety management (underground mining) is desirable
- MHSA is essential
- COIDA (compensation of occupational injury and diseases act) is essential
- Underground hard rock mining and Processing is essential
- Fatal Risk Control Protocols is essential
- Critical Control Management MUE’s is essential
- Must have good communication (Senior level) and report writing skills
- Must have presentation and analytical skills
- Must have Auditing skills
- Must have managerial and motivational skills
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIES:
- Developing an annual safety business plan with associated objectives for Rustenburg that
supports the Business plan.
- Developing a leading and lagging indicators to measure performance against the safety business
plan and establish monthly and quarterly reports of these indicators.
- Developing any mandatory code of practice applicable to safety.
- Establishing the necessary legal safety structures for the Rustenburg operation.
- Developing managerial electronic systems for managing risk, safety statistics, Rand Mutual
claims, audits and inspections.
- Updating the operation on national safety issues through various sources e.g. Chamber of Mines.
- Providing and establish formal consultation processes with the Health and Safety rep structures
and office bearers.
- Continuously seeking new initiatives to improve the safety culture
- Conducting analysis of the leading and lagging indicators.
- Establishing an Organizational Risk Assessment (ORA) for safety and manage those risks.