| SAFETY OFFICER
|| A safety Officer develops and checks on hazardous situations and provides safety measures and develop measures for public safety.
| SAFETY ENGINEER
|| Execute safety programs for locations and minimize company safety losses
| SAFETY MANAGER
|| Conducts safety meetings, audits, and inspections to ensure compliance, evaluate performance, identify corrective action, and implement follow up
| SAFETY SUPERVISOR
|| A safety supervisor supervises the safety of the staff and his/her companions from accidents.
| SAFETY CONSULTANT
|| They inspect workplaces, design programs to enhance safety measures.
| EHS SUPERVISOR
|| Support the HSE Manager and team with planning, coordinating and implementing of effective HSE policies,
| EHS MANAGER
|| Ensures, in accordance with the Corporate guidelines, the
implementation, updating, review and auditing of the Company HSE Systems
| EHS OFFICER
|| Develop and implement health and safety plans, Set up and implement hazardous or toxin management programs
|| A fireman is responsible to respond at the time of emergency, save lives during a fire, providing emergency services and medical assistance
| FIRE SUPERVISOR
|| Functions as a fire investigator to conduct fire cause determination including: origin protection, evidence collection, witness interviews, and preliminary report writing.
| FIRE OFFICER
|| Work with fire departments to ensure that all firefighters are trained and all equipment is maintained on a regular schedule A fire officer supervises all departments of safety and looks at whether all the rules are
followed with care or not
| FIRE SAFETY OFFICER
|| Advising on fire issues relating to building structure and fabric, services, alterations and maintenance Liaising with organizations on fire
safety issues, including providing staff training sessions. Inspecting buildings to determine the cause of fires.