| PRIMARY DUTIES |
Principal Purpose of Position: The Human Performance Advocate will be responsible for the development of the Human Performance integration plan which will increase the understanding of human performance fundamentals, increase understanding of error reduction tools and how to apply them, increase capability to reduce the errors that affect site events, increase capability to recognize error traps, error-likely situations and error precursors, improve capability to communicate human performance issues with supervision and management. Additionally, the Human Performance Advocate will be responsible for training all levels of the organization in the Human Performance concepts and methodologies. The Human Performance Advocate will report directly to the Vice President, Corporate EHS.
PRIMARY DUTIES Develops the Human Performance training model to be used across the company.
Understands the basic concepts of human error prevention; including, modes of performance, traps, and triggers. Recognizes the individual error traps or precursors present at work and off-the job. Uses modes of performance (skills, rules, knowledge), to predict when an error is most likely to occur.
Develops the Human Performance Steering Committee that is cross functional in nature to identify error-prone, risk-significant activities and design and implement task and system-specific changes to eliminate or reduce chances of errors and events.
Creates and executes consistent training programs in order to achieve injury reduction and minimize exposure to occupational hazards as it relates to Human Performance.
Coordinates EHS activities and programs between the businesses; counsels the managers and employees of the business and facilities to achieve reduction targets. Monitors the progress levels of individual facilities and businesses and tracks performance; revises action plans to meet platform and corporate objectives. Develops a strategy for integrating Human Performance into all aspects of EHS programs, including the EHS Maturity Process.
Responsible for budgeting strategic initiatives, training courses, and travel. Prioritizes business risks; develops corrective action plans to successfully mitigate this risk and exposure and integrates this into business processes.
Supervises outside resources and minimizes cost to the corporation and facilities. Serves as a liaison between facilities and government agencies. Solicits input of peers, facilities, and Business EHS Managers for new programs or strategic initiatives; actively represents and considers all viewpoints.
Performs other duties/projects as assigned.