Regional Manager, Health, Safety, Security & Environmental

Requisition ID:  8729

SINGAPORE,  , SG, 118535

About Us 
ENGIE is a global energy player, focused on renewables and low-carbon decentralized energy infrastructure. The Group is pillared by 4 key businesses - Renewables, Energy Solutions, Networks, Thermal & Supply, and together with our 96,000 employees, we are committed to accelerate the transition towards a carbon-neutral world, through reduced energy consumption and more environmentally friendly solutions. 
We have a plan. We want to have a positive impact and meaning in our jobs to accelerate the energy transition and to meet the challenges of our century together. We defend a new model of society that reconciles economic performance, human progress and respect for the environment. We interact with a committed community that is shaking things up and inventing the future: we rely on the power of the collective and we identify and gather around us all the actors who make tomorrow’s world emerge. We take an active role in managing our careers, in a Group that allows everyone to fulfil their potential. We are constantly developing our practices. We ensure the development of our teams by embodying the ENGIE Ways of Leading.


Energy is our future, save it. 


Role Summary 
At ENGIE South East Asia, we set very ambitious target to help our Clients decarbonize through various pathways, i.e. energy efficiency projects, district cooling systems, solar power generation, etc. We believe that we can achieve this target with No Life At Risk, which is the underlying principle in everything we do. As the Regional HSSE Manager, you play an important role in this mission. Right from setting the fundamentals, galvanizing the collective efforts, continuously improving the way we work, you will be the lead driver to deliver our solutions safely to the Clients.

Reporting to the Country Head for HSSE & Head of Project Delivery Office, you will lead and administer our HSSE Management System. In this role, you need to work closely with various stakeholders to ensure that our HSSE Management System is robust and effective. There is plenty of room to grow as we inch towards Excellence in Health, Safety, Security, and Environment performance!

Behind all our solutions that drive our clients’ energy transition journey is a group of delivery team that makes things happen – from drawing board to reality. We are proud to be the transition makers and you have the same opportunity to be one! 

Key Responsibilities 
HSSE policy, execution and performance  

  • Develop & update HSSE policies, guidelines, practices, management systems & tools to reflect Group's requirements, ensuring they are implemented across entities.
  • Implement ENGIE One Safety Transformation program across SEA cluster.
  • Review entities HSSE workplan, ensuring alignment with Group's & SEA objectives.
  • Ensure compliance with all latest local HSSE statutory requirements and legislations, locally and regionally.
  • Monitor and improve HSSE performance, including providing on-the-ground support to entities as required. Support not limited to SEA cluster, also entities within country level.
  • Regular site visits, include regional, to audit & ensuring Group’s/SEA Internal Control in place, identifying improvement & follow up on actions
  • Perform annual review of HSSE performance & identify gaps for improvement.
  • Consolidate & validation of monthly HSSE statistics, EARTH reporting, ENGIE Ways of Working (Wow) & actions, preparation, security reports & submission to various parties, and to consolidate report for Executive Committee meetings.
  • Conduct HSSE inspection, leads & provide support in Major events / accident investigation where necessary, across entities & recommends improvement actions, sharing across entities to prevent reoccurrence.
  • Investigating, evaluating & reporting of Fatal/LTA/HiPo (High Potential) events to Group & cluster.
  • Crisis Management – Training to Managers on Duty, organize & execution of Crisis drills and coordination between Group, AMEA (Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa), country & entities. Monitor crisis situation across entities with ISOS travel, identify & highlight any security matters.
  • Screening, evaluation & approval on H&S criteria for vendors.


Training and competency development

  • Review and identify HSSE related training requirements for various category of staff and onsite contractors to meet the mandatory requirement and also to meet the job requirement.
  • Lead, guide & train trainers across SEA cluster & develop training material/videos, organize and conduct training for Leadership in Health & Safety for Managerial staff. Ensure all mandatory HSSE training are conducted and participated by staff/contractors
  • Identify and propose new initiatives/continual process improvement for implementation across entities.


Leadership and administration

  • Lead SEA cluster in terms of ENGIE One Safety, ES AMEA H&S Coordination, Group Security & Group Environment.
  • Attend Group’s webinars, meetings & discussion on all HSSE related matters.
  • Monthly chairing of SEA cluster HSSE for updates, implementation, initiatives & follow up of actions across all entities.
  • Leads, support & guide team of HSSE professionals towards meeting Group's & SEA objectives, KPIs and actions, ensuring implementation & follow ups across entities 
  • Oversight on the Singapore GAP business and building HSSE as well as the safe management measures. Coordinating meetings to ensure ongoing checks, implementation & monitoring, ensuring compliance with local governance and safe management measures.
  • Interface & advise Country Executives, HSSE professionals, entity personnel and Group to provide consistent and effective application of the HSSE policies, ensure strong sharing of best practices and lessons learned.
  • Leads & organize HSSE related activities or events to promote and increase awareness to staff on good safety culture and good work practices.
  • Managerial Safety Visits (MSV) coordination on schedule & site visits of N-1, N-2 Managers to achieve set KPIs.
  • Lead and manage SEA HSSE functional teams across entities, especially for Construction projects



  • Master/Bachelor’s Degree in Environment, Occupational Safety & Health, Security, Engineering or equivalent. 
  • At least 10 years of relevant working experience in Health, Safety, Security and Environmental, preferably with construction project background
  • Registered Workplace Safety Officer and Environment Control Office 
  • Conversant with prevailing HSE standards, codes and industry practices and detailed understanding of local WSH Act, environmental & other legal requirements, regional knowledge will be strong added advantage;
  • Experience in ISO 45001, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 preferred. 
  • Ability to interact professionally with all organizational levels while maintaining string ethics and professionalism.
  • Goal getting, driven, committed, with strong planning and execution capabilities.
  • Excellent problem-solving, organizational, analytical and critical thinking skills 
  • Excellent leadership skills and ability to drive and influence change management.


When you join ENGIE, you will have access to: 
•    Recognition through remuneration compatible with the role and other additional benefits
•    Opportunities for personal and professional development


If you think you have the right profile for this opportunity, submit your application before 21 June 2023.

Business Unit:  GBU Energy Solutions
Division:  ESI AMEA - South East Asia - Singapore
Legal Entity:  ENGIE South East Asia Pte. Ltd.
Contract Type:  Permanent
Professional Experience:  Skilled ( >3 experience <15 years)
Education Level:  Bachelor's Degree