Safety Analyst, Aldermaston
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7th July 2008 at 11:07 BST by Nikki Ambler. Permalink.
Our client is looking for a Safety Analyst as part of the Major Hazards Assessment Group, the Analyst will provide technical input to the production of safety documentation for all types of facility.
Competitive salary depending on qualifications and experience
Production of safety assessments and other technical inputs to safety cases and safety documentation for a range of facilities including radioactive, explosives and chemical plant.
Management of the company’s and consultancy resource in support of the production of safety assessments, ensuring that deliverables are to the required time, cost and technical standard.
Management of elements of the company’s methodologies handbook and development and delivery of training material as required.
Financial management within agreed budget limits for specific tasks / projects.
Interaction at all levels with other departments within Assurance and other Directorates.
Producing safety cases for high hazard nuclear and non-nuclear facilities. These facilities are engaged in a number of activities:
Fissile material processing.
Manufacturing and Assembly processes.
Storage, processing and disposal of radioactive and toxic wastes.
Decommissioning, demolition and remediation.
Explosives processing and handling.
Radiography and diagnostic processes.
Pulsed nuclear reactor.
Site services, utilities and transport of hazardous materials.
Metal plating and finishing.
Liquid waste treatment and water management.
Identify and analyse hazards using the following techniques (some of which you may be familiar with, but must be willing to learn):
Critical Examination (technical audit technique) HAZOP.
Fault screening / grouping
Risk Analysis – quantitative and qualitative Fault Trees / FMEA
Use of engineering substantiation in safety justification
Derivation of Safe Operating Envelope
Human Factors assessment techniques
Foe more details Contact ERS Tel: 01454 203 406 or Submit CV email@example.com