Industrial or Process Safety Engineers design and implement safe working environments to protect workers from in-process manufacturing or production hazards that is heir to any interaction between people and the electrical, mechanical or chemical process. Safety features are often easy to overlook in the rush to produce cost effective and efficient products but the Process Safety Engineer ensures that the process conforms to health, environmental and industrial safety regulations to ensure disruption and incident-free plant floor operations.
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Engr. Helga B. Schuster
Henley in Arden, Warwickshire,UK
To work as a Process Safety Engineer in a federal or state regulatory agency
2003 – Present: Process Safety Engineer, Land Rover Motors, Gaydon
- Develop process control systems, appliances, methods and procedures to ensure worker safety and health, either in-built or as external precautionary measures like using the right tools, protective clothes, etc.
- Conduct safety audits to measure effectiveness of safety controls
- Develop safety reference manuals for new workers to understand and apply
- Inspect and review production plant floor layout, workflow blueprints as well as worker safety training
- Extensive experience safety engineer in an automotive manufacturing plant.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
- Excellent interpersonal and people management skills
Received management commendation from 2007 to 2009 for incident-free manufacturing process since implementing revised procedures since 2006
2003: passed the Engineering Council’s professional regulatory qualification as a Chartered Engineer
1997 – 2002: BS in Industrial Engineering, Edge Hill University, Lancashire
To be furnished upon request