Lead physical security risk management activities to enhance the value of the company.
Command and control of the day to day management of all Security Guards as directed by the contract.
Oversee, coordinate and lead security requirements with vendors who safeguard the company's assets, intellectual property and technology as well as the physical safety of employees and visitors.
Physical protection responsibilities will include asset protection, workplace violence prevention, access control systems, video surveillance, network and access control access, employee education and awareness, and more.
Maintain relationships with local, national and law enforcement agencies and other related government agencies.
Oversee incident response planning as well as the investigation of security breaches, and assist with disciplinary and legal matters associated with such breaches as necessary.
Perform daily, weekly, quarterly and annual audits and reviews to validate that security is deployed as expected.
Assist the Operations Security Administrators in maintenance and repair of the security system.
Adherence to standard operating procedures and to IT Security governance and policies.
Take initiative to improve IT Security and better fulfill the needs of the user-base.
Comply with client specific security procedures, including incident and change control procedures.
Assist after hours with all client related queries (Monday to Sunday)
Do daily CCTV/Access Control checks and report any discrepancies.
Conduct a complete patrol throughout the premises daily.
Conduct daily checks on all key registers and escalate immediately if any keys are missing.
Conduct daily camera reviews to ensure all cameras are fully operational.
Accept all client deliveries to the premises and upload the relevant documents linked to the tickets to Ozone.
Assist or escalate with all unexpected incidents that might occur after hours.
Manage contractor biometric group and contractor per group access across all sites. Perform contractor quarterly audits across all sites.
Ensure that all required appointments are done and the communication of the responsibilities to the appointee is explained, where additional appointments are required over and above the existing H&S appointments made for operational environment.
Provide Management guidance of H&S legal and compliance matters.
Receives complaints, investigates, takes immediate action to remediate and reports on safety concerns
Ensure all safety files are submitted for contractors/ subcontractors and are complete, and filed.
Investigates reports on dangerous working conditions. Forwards the report and recommendations to Head of Security for redress.
Receives reports on workplace injuries, investigates the causes. Where there is a workplace injury at a construction site, ensures the necessary documentation is completed.
Visits construction sites to ensure implementation of the correct safety policies and procedures. Conduct safety inspections on site and report deviations to Head of Security for redress.
Management of sub contractors, as it relates to Health and Safety.
Issuing of documents to supervisors
Ensures there is no danger to the health or safety of workers or site visitors. Accompany site visitors on tours.
Represents company in meetings with SHE representative on matters regarding workplace health and safety.
Ensure all employees are inducted prior to be permitted to work on site.
Review contractor method statement on an on-going basis identify and evaluate the risks to which employees may be exposed to, evaluate and analyse the risks identified and ensure that these risk assessments are then communicated to the workforce.
Responsible to prepare the site emergency evacuation plan (where the site or the site area is not part of an existing operational site with a plan) and ensure all supervisors and contractors are supplied with a copy of the plan. Where the site is part of an operation site, ensure all supervisors and contractors are inducted in the existing site emergency evacuation plan.
Conduct a thorough accident and incident investigation and come up with remedial actions to prevent future occurrence. In the event of a reportable injury safety officers must be able to enter into correspondence with the Department of Labour to inform them of the accident.
Compile monthly H&S reports Head of Security for ESG and Board reporting.
Inspect the following high risk activities: Excavations, Scaffold, Form work and Support work, All lifting machinery and lifting tackle, Portable electrical tools and immediately bring to management’s attention any serious deviations that may have being noted.
Ensure all registers and checklists are updated on a weekly and monthly basis.
Ensure all safety signs and notices are prominently displayed on site.
Collaborate with the Head of Security to ensure access to site is limited to authorised vehicles and that health and safety best practices are applied in regards vehicle access and operations on site.
Maintain good housekeeping principles.
Ensure all health & safety reps conduct a monthly H&S rep inspection of their work areas.
Ensure that all teams conduct a toolbox talk.
Ensure that any person who is suspected to be under the influence of intoxicating substances is tested and the appropriate action is taken to remove the person from site and escalate to the Head of Security for further action.
Complete reporting all H&S Incidents and Near Misses on Ozone within 12 hours of event. Support management in responding to client and authority enquiries related to H&S incidents. Perform root cause and trend analysis of H&S events, and implement meaningful corrective action.
Participate in all H&S audits, conducted either by third parties or clients. Action any External or Client initiated H&S audit findings within the timeline and to the required quality.
Prepare reports and feedback as required by clients in respect of H&S reporting.
Monitor machine or equipment changes, ensuring that health and safety precautions are being taken into account.
Identify potentially hazardous situations and take proactive measures to correct them.
Ensure all employees are adequately trained and coached to perform their roles
Manage risks associated with access to the information assets/systems.
Qualifications and Experience
4 years’ experience in Physical Security environment
A relevant Health & Safety qualification (SACPCMP and or HPCSA) required
Minimum of 5 years’ experience in mining or machinery Safety Officer role
Experience in Vendor Management and related SLA’s
Experience in administering and enforcing physical security.
Drivers license and own car
***Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted***