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  • Posted: Nov 8, 2021
    Deadline: Not specified
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    Risk Controller

    Job Description    

    • Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) has exciting opportunities in our Risk department. We are looking for a talented individual with relevant skills and experience as a Risk Controller, which is based in CCBSA Devland. The successful candidate will report directly to the Regional Risk Manager.

    Key Duties & Responsibilities    

    •  Assist in the execution and implementation of the company Risk Management and control strategy to minimise risks, losses and exposures and ensure that risks are effectively and accordingly managed.
    •  To provide professional expertise, consultancy and audit services in the disciplines of Risk Management and Control (Protection of CCBSA assets), Investigation of Serious Crime, Forensic Audit, Security, Occupational Health, Medicine & Hygiene, Safety, Fire and Explosion Protection (LPG Installations, Diesel and Petroleum), relevant legislated compliance and insurance policy adherence.
    •  To co-ordinate and ensure continuous improvement of the risk management discipline and processes within the work place.
    •  Ensure loss trends are identified and communicated to relevant management and where appropriate relevant recommendations to avert or reduce further losses.
    •  Meet defined SLA’s in terms of functional risk support.
    • Ensure that the site is adequately secured from a physical, electronic and guarding perspective.
    •  To ensure that the contracted security service provider is adequately optimised and that the level of service required is maintained.
    •  Ensure that a detailed site security manual is maintained and routinely ensure that the security compliment is audited against this approved manual.
    •  To ensure that the physical and electronic security measures are adequately maintained and relevant to the security risk exposure.
    •  Act to limit fraud risk exposure, to reduce losses, create awareness and follow an audit plan (ensure Corporate Governance support for line Managers).
    •  In respect of fraud/theft risks, to ensure the relevant policies and procedures to mitigate or transfer the risk are in place and complied with.
    •  To assist in ensuring that the CCBSA Corporate image and insurance fund is protected by ensuring that at corporate arranged events risks are assessed and safe for the public in attendance.
    •  Investigating specific claims with a view to minimising exposure/loss levels, where third party damage is involved that comprehensive information is obtained to limit the quantum claimed and protect the Company’s Insurance Cover.
    •  To monitor insurance costs and claims and implement recommendations in respect of risk control measures to reduce losses/claims levels and manage down costs.
    •  To monitor and manage serious loss areas and make management aware of serious risks/liabilities.
    •  Motivate measures within the operation that will reduce risks, losses and liability.
    •  Implementation of a Nosa 5 star system at East London depot.
    •  To monitor/advise on the Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental programme performance.
    •  Obtain and support an optimal integrated management system.
    •  To manage internal self-audits and ensure all audit findings are closed.
    •  Ensure all workplace hazards are identified and communicated to all staff.
    •  Ensure all new employees and contractors are inducted on the SHE programme.
    •  Ensure re-induction of employees and contractors take place in accordance with the identified risks.
    •  Identify SHE training needs, arrange and co-ordinate legal training for employees and contractors.
    •  Ensure site procedures and work instructions are maintained, issued to staff and relevant staff training is conducted.
    •  Monitor legislation in regard to health and safety.
    •  Ensure applicable designations in terms of OHS Act and regulations are made as applicable.
    •  Ensure all accident and incident investigations are controlled, investigated, documented and filed as per legislation.
    •  Ensure Department of labour audits and investigations are co-ordinated.
    •  Ensure information is monitored and updated as legislation changes.
    •  Ensure compliance with regards to Section 8 and 9 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, hazardous evaluation of each area.
    •  To maintain site standards to minimise losses, ensure compliance to legal provisions (e.g. OHS Act, Environmental Act, COID Act) and limit legal liability exposures.
    •  Ensure periodic checks are carried out on the availability and accuracy of all required operational records and documents.

     Compliance to the Road Traffic Act.

    •  Management of the occupational health clinics which are either in-house or contracted services (e.g. mandatory records).
    •  Accountable to ensure that these risks are adequately addressed and to monitor audits/surveys/maintenance to ensure that fire and explosion risks are minimised.
    •  Ensure fire equipment is adequate in relation to the risk, reliable and in a ready to use state. (Both fixed and portable)
    •  Ensure employees/contractors are prepared in case of an emergency – training in first aid and fire fighting.
    •  Develop and ensure current emergency plans are communicated to employees/contractors and tested.
    •  Ensure ASIB certification for Fire pump and sprinkler system and weekly checks, services and maintenance programme is in place. (where installed).

    Skills, Experience & Education    

    •  To identify appropriate corrective actions arising from ISO 14001 (in respect of cradle to grave concept), NOSA and, Insurance audits and manage corrective action.
    •  Maintain the environmental management programme and monitor key environmental indicators for the sales and distribution environment. (S&D Specific leadership required)
    •  Ensure all deviations receive appropriate remedial action.
    •  Monitor with Occupational health practitioner results in respect of occupational health and environmental risk assessments and surveys (E.g. illumination and noise levels, emissions, ventilation etc.).Business continuity management
    •  Business continuity plans are reviewed, maintained and audited to ensure appropriate enhancements are implemented as technology improves, business plans evolve, or regulatory requirements change;
    •  That the effectiveness of any CCBSA – BCP can only be validated through a six monthly cycle of testing practical plans and procedure;
    •  To monitor and identify those Risk Management aspects as defined in Corporate Governance and Ethics and those serious exposures which need to be reported to the Audit Committee / Board in terms of sound corporate governance are elevated through management as applicable.
    •  Ensure that all contractors undergo site SHE induction, are registered with the Compensation Commissioner and have paid the applicable levies.
    •  Any construction work conforms to the requirements of the Construction Regulations (required SHE plan etc) including Capital projects and Civils etc.
    •  Permanent contractors are audited and identified gaps are closed.
    •  Develop sound relations with external legal authorities e.g. Dept. of Labour, local police and services, consultants, Insurance Agents and Approved Inspection Authorities, and relevant areas of expertise, to ensure sound corporate risk management practices.
    •  Ensure document control system is in place for the management systems.
    •  The role requires extensive travel to service existing LDPs In the greater Border Kei Region (incl. Mthatha, Queenstown, Mdantsane, King Williamstown).
    •  The LDP must comply to basic SHE and legal requirements. The Risk Controller in liason with the relevant LDP manager must ensure legal compliance is adhered to by the LDP owner and staff. Regualr audits are required to measure performance.
    •  The Risk Controller will assist the LDP manager and LDP owners in conducting Hazard assesments in their operational environmnt
    •  As new LDPs are identified or SD sites are converted to LDPs, the Risk Controller must conduct security risk assessments, and oversee the installation of the security system. Security must be monitored at regular intervals to ensure the site is adequately coovered to reduce the risk.


    QUALIFICATIONS

    •  Advanced Risk Management Programme – UNISA
    •  National Diploma: Police Management
    •  National Diploma: Safety Management
    •  SAMTRAC
    •  Safety, Health and Environment lead auditors training
    •  (Accredited institute)
    •  Incident Investigation Course – NOSA/Accredited Institute
    •  Internal Auditing Course – NOSA/Accredited Institute
    •  Formal Risk Identification and Assessment Techniques
    •  Training - Accredited Institute
    •  Formal Fire Prevention Training (FPA or equivalent)

    EXPERIENCE

    •  2 to 5 years practical risk management experience having worked within an industrial or FMCG environment.
    •  This should have included accountability for Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental management, Security Management, investigating serious crime including theft and fraud, case docket compilation for external criminal and internal disciplinary hearings, Dust/Gas/Sugar Explosion/Fire protection, Environmental ISO 14001 compliance etc.
    •  Experience in implementing and managing NOSA integrated systems.
    •  NQF registered trainer in Health & Safety.
    •  Sound knowledge of risk financing and insurance matters.
    •  Sound knowledge of dealing with IR issues.

    General    

    • The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional or relevant information as criteria for short-listing.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified? Go to Coca-Cola Beverages Africa on ccba.erecruit.co to apply

    Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.

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