24.03.2021

ELECTOLYSER PRODUCT RISK MANAGER

ELECTOLYSER PRODUCT RISK MANAGER

The Product Risk Manager will be responsible for : Leading and coordinating the Safety/Failure Analysis of H2 products throughout their development and use Implementing safety risk and failure mode analysis methods (in particular, FMEA) Conducting risk analyses of products, their installation and use/operation Integrate these analyses with those of the user customer (superior system) Follow up on actions related to risk analyses internally, with customers and external organisations if necessary Develop a network of expertise within and outside John Cockerill to feed into analyses on specific issues Monitor customer and related accidents Improve continuously the safety in the future Centralise and disseminate best practice Develop a shared view of Shell H2 safety program with both internal and external partners. Organise the process and reviews of product risks Cyber safety

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Civil or Industrial Engineer background More than 10 years experience in engineering of large industrial installations Experience in safety risk analysis of more than 5 years Expertise in the implementation and writing of FMECA and RAMS analyses Knowledge of methods applied in SIL loops (process and E&I) Accustomed to participating in HAZOP and LOPA analyses (at best having conducted them) Knowledge of ATEX impacts Familiar with the management of gas phase fluids, especially oxygen (O2) and hydrogen (H2) Petrochemical background, fuel gases (biogas, natural gas,...) desired Experience in the industrial hydrogen sector is an asset Experience in cyber security is an asset Knowledge of high and low voltage electricity is an asset Autonomous profile, able to work from a blank page Comfortable with contacts and teamwork Leadership required Good writing skills Structured, rigorous, organised management (diligent in follow-up) Synthetic Fluency in English (French preferred)
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