Updated: Sep 21, 2022
GLOBALFOUNDRIES SINGAPORE PTE. LTD. is on the look out for a Deputy Director, Safety Operations, APAC
Its a Permanent and Full Time role. It will be a Senior Management role. Candidates should have at least 15 years experience in Environment / Health
Salary is between $10,000to$15,000 Monthly
You can apply for the job directly with Globalfoundries or on mycareerfirst
Roles & Responsibilities
The Deputy Director, Safety Operations APAC works with other EHS leaders, senior ESG, R&D, Engineering & Manufacturing Operations, and Supply Chain Senior leaders in development and implementation of Safety strategies and programs. S/he will also interface with external suppliers, global EHSS regulatory agencies, ISO certification registrar, professional associations, external thought leaders, NGOs, & others. This position will Develop, and Establish Site Safety objectives, and delegate assignments. The Deputy Director will lead the development, modification and implementation of company Safety policies and standards. The Deputy Director will develop, implement, and maintain processes, programs and operating procedures supporting and driving compliance to regulatory and GF Worldwide EHS Standards requirements.
Management of Safety operations.
Leader of approximately 15 safety professionals, and subject matter experts to promote EHS awareness among GLOBALFOUNDRIES employees, contactors, visitors, and other guests as appropriate.
Strategic leader who engages subject matter experts in development and deployment of best-in-class safety programs that drive continuous improvement, compliance to applicable regulations and GF Worldwide Standards, reduce risk, eliminate severe and fatal (SIF) injuries, drives employee health and prevent undesired unsafe events.
Responsible for developing section budget, goals, and performance; determine section priorities and direction.
Responsible for all projects assigned to the Section.
Participate in the development and implementation of company Environmental, Health & Safety policies and standards worldwide.
Lead GLOBALFOUNDRIES in compliance with laws and regulations associated with site Safety issues.
Engage stakeholders in identification and resolution of employee issues.
Ensure participation in problem identification and resolution as appropriate.
Involve appropriate groups and individuals in identification and resolution as appropriate.
Resolve vendor problems relating to performance, service, billing, etc.
Resolve professional and technical service provider problems.
Determine equipment and materials needed to accomplish section objectives.
Select professional and technical service, equipment, and supply providers.
Advise on Emergency Response.
Identify and plan training EHS Training programs for employees and contractors
Education - Minimum Degree in Chemistry/ Chemical Engineering / Industrial Engineering / Industrial Hygiene
Occasional travel - < 10 %
Fluency in English Language – written & verbal
At least 15 years of EHS Safety senior management experience in multinational, semiconductor, or related industry. ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 45000, OSHA, SEMI, FM, and Responsible Business Alliance experience preferred. ISO 14001, 18001/ 45001 Lead Auditor certified is a plus.
GlobalFoundries is an equal opportunity employer, cultivating a diverse and inclusive workforce. We believe having a multicultural workplace enhances productivity, efficiency, and innovation whilst our employees feel truly respected, valued, and heard.
As an affirmative employer, all qualified applicants are considered for employment regardless of age, ethnicity, marital status, citizenship, race, religion, political affiliation, gender, sexual orientation and medical and/or physical abilities.
All offers of employment with GlobalFoundries are conditioned upon the successful completion of background checks, medical screenings as applicable and subject to the respective local laws and regulations.
To ensure that we maintain a safe and healthy workplace for our GlobalFoundries employees, please note that offered candidates who have applied for jobs in Singapore will have to be fully vaccinated prior to their targeted start date. For new hires, the appointment is contingent upon the provision of a copy of their COVID-19 vaccination document, subject to any written request for medical or religious accommodation.
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On a separate note, as a Safety Professional you may wish to upgrade yourself with the NEBOSH International General Certificate.
Do check out the special limited time offer for Elearning Access
Overall Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to:
Justify health and safety improvements using moral, financial and legal arguments
Advise on the main duties for health and safety in the workplace and help their organisation manage contractors
Work within a health and safety management system, recognising what effective policy, organisational responsibilities and arrangements should look like
Positively influence health and safety culture and behaviour to improve performance in their organisation
Do a general risk assessment in their own workplace – profiling and prioritising risks, inspecting the workplace, recognising a range of common hazards, evaluating risks (taking account of current controls), recommending further control measures, planning actions
Recognise workplace changes that have significant health and safety impacts and effective ways to minimise those impacts
Develop basic safe systems of work (including taking account of typical emergencies) and knowing when to use permit-to-work systems for special risks
Take part in incident investigations
Help their employer to check their management system effectiveness – through monitoring, audits and reviews
There are no entry requirements for this qualification, however it is important that learners have a suitable standard of English language in order to understand and articulate the concepts contained in the syllabus.
NEBOSH recommends that learners undertaking this qualification should reach a minimum standard of English equivalent to an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.0 or higher in IELTS tests.
For further information please see the latest version of the IELTS Handbook or consult the IELTS website.
A chart mapping IELTS scores to the Common European Framework for Languages (CEFR) can be found on the British Council and IELTS websites:
British Council - Understand and explain the IELTS scores
IELTS - Common European Framework
Learners wishing to assess their own language expertise may consult the FAQs on the IELTS website for information on taking the test.
Important note: the NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (October 2018 specifications) is a standalone qualification. This means that you will not be able to use units from other NEBOSH qualifications against any part of this qualification.
NEBOSH Unit IG1: Management of Health & Safety
Element 1: Why we should manage workplace health and safety
1.1 Discuss the moral, financial and legal reasons for managing health and safety in the workplace
1.2 Explain how health and safety is regulated and the consequences of non-compliance
1.3 Summarise the main health and safety duties of different groups of people at work and explain how contractors should be selected, monitored and managed
Element 2: How health and safety management systems work and what they look like
2.1 Give an overview of the elements of a health and safety management system and the benefits of having a formal/certified system
2.2 Discuss the main ingredients of health and safety management systems that make it effective – policy, responsibilities, arrangements
Element 3: Managing risk – understanding people and processes
3.1 Describe the concept of health and safety culture and how it influences performance
3.2 Summarise how health and safety culture at work can be improved
3.3 Summarise the human factors which positively or negatively influence behaviour at work in a way that can affect health and safety
3.4 Explain the principles of the risk assessment process
3.5 Discuss typical workplace changes that have significant health and safety impacts and ways to minimise those impacts
3.6 Describe what to consider when developing and implementing a safe system of work for general activities
3.7 Explain the role, function and operation of a permitto-work system
3.8 Discuss typical emergency procedures (including training and testing) and how to decide what level of first aid is needed in the workplace
Element 4: Health and safety monitoring and measuring
4.1 Discuss common methods and indicators used to monitor the effectiveness of management systems
4.2 Explain why and how incidents should be investigated, recorded and reported
4.3 Explain what an audit is and why and how it is used to evaluate a management system
4.4 Explain why and how regular reviews of health and safety performance are needed
NEBOSH Unit IG2: Risk Assessment
For this unit learners must produce a risk assessment of a workplace which considers a wide range of identified hazards (drawn from elements 5-11) and meets best practice standards ('suitable and sufficient')
Element 5: Physical and psychological health
Element 6: Musculoskeletal health
Element 7: Chemical and biological agents
Element 8: General workplace issues
Element 9: Work equipment
Element 10: Fire
Element 11: Electricity
You may also wish to attend our AWSHPP or PWICSO
Companies can also send their staff for courses with us
Whether it is the Apply Workplace Safety Health in Process Plants (Safety Orientation Course Oil Petrochemical)
AWSHPP Course Outline
AWSHPP Course Outline for the WDA WSQ Apply Workplace Safety Health in Process Plants (AWSHPP ) are:
AWSHPP Identify the roles and responsibilities of an employee under WSH act
AWSHPP Identify and prevent fire and explosion hazards at workplace
AWSHPP Comply safe work practices and control measures for material handling
AWSHPP Comply safety work practices and control measures for mechanical and electrical works
AWSHPP Comply safe work practices and control measures when working on Specialized Operations
AWSHPP Comply safe work practices and control measures when working at heights
AWSHPP Comply safe work practices and control measures when working in a confined space
or the Perform Work in Confined Space Operations (Safety Orientation Course Manhole)
Course Outline for Perform Work in Confined Space Operations
for the SSG WSQ Perform Work in Confined Space Operation are
PWICSO Identify duties and responsibilities of all personnel involved in confined space work under the WSH Legislations and Code of Practice.
PWICSO Identify confined space hazards
PWICSO Use Gas Detection Instruments for atmospheric monitoring
PWICSO Comply with Permit-to-Work system and safe work procedures when working in confined space
PWICSO Participate in an Emergency for confined space