web analytics
Transportation & Logistics
01 Dec 2015
Job Opportunity : Asia-Pacific Safety, Health & Environment Manager (250K - 300K)
Asia-Pacific Safety, Health & Environment Manager
Our Client
Leading International Logistics Services Company
Report to

Position Summary:

Advise, oversee, and manage SHE operations in APAC countries including Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Hong Kong, and China.


  • Develop, in alignment with HQ Operations, the process for annual review of SHE performance & management system.
  • Identify and draft SHE initiatives with the focus on execution and KPIs.
  • Lead and support the local countries in delivering a continual improvement in the SHE culture at the workplace.
  • Ensures the SHE commitment of local management in order to implement processes to achieve compliance with local, state and federal rules and regulations, while maintaining company standards.
  • Ensure training programs are developed, modified and implemented as required.
  • Ensure specialized SHE training is provided as necessary.
  • Coach, support and assist management to establish processes to recognize potential hazards and at-risk behaviors.
  • Promote Safety, Health and Environmental awareness and responsibility through safety meetings, communications, onsite visits and training programs.
  • Coach, support and instruct management to achieve a high level of Safety, Health and Environmental capabilities resulting in an integrated approach to safe operations.
  • Encourage active participation by all employees in Safety, Health and Environmental processes, including company and regulatory requirements.
  • Analyze incident and injury/illness data for targeted SHE activities.
  • Conducts or directs research studies to identify hazards and evaluate loss producing potential of a given system, operation or process.
  • Ensures completion of investigation of severe incidents and injuries and cooperates in the preparation of material and evidence for the organization's use in hearings, lawsuits, and insurance investigations.
  • Represents the organization in customer, community or industry safety groups and programs.


  • Sound knowledge of up-to-date SHE procedures and practices, formal qualifications desirable.
  • Experience within a medium to large private sector organization.
  • Exposure to SHE regulatory requirements.
  • Good command of English.
  • Ability to travel overseas from time-to-time.