Slp Engineer 2024


As SLP Engineer you develop safety and loss prevention deliverables and studies, ensuring that they are technically correct,
issued on schedule, communicated & documented property. Such deliverables may include:

  • safety concept and basis of design;
  • fire protection basis of design;
  • hazardous area classification schedule and layouts;
  • escape route drawings;
  • loose fire fighting equipment;
  • hydraulic firewater calculations;
  • Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA);
  • Fire & Explosion risk analysis (FERA);
  • Escape, Evacuation and Rescue Analysis (EERA);
  • Smoke, toxic gas and hydrocarbon gas dispersion; etc.


You Identify opportunities for the continuous improvement of the management of major hazards (by reducing likelihood and
potential consequences of fires and explosions.

Your main tasks are to :

  • Support the preparation, review, and development of safety engineering documentation in accordance with the Group Technical Standards to ensure safety in the design of oil and gas facilities.
  • Support the development of risk management, ensuring that all design aspects are justified and the risks reduced to as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP).
  • Identify and write specifications for the loss prevention aspects applicable to the Company's products.
  • Use appropriate software for analyses, calculations and design aids (e.g. PHAST).
  • Design the fire and gas detection-, fire fighting- and safety systems on a FPSO and/or turret including specification of the major equipment.
  • Perform detailed design of all loss prevention systems for FPSO and/or turret including the preparation of equipment specifications; fire fighting P&ID's; input to the cause and effect diagrams; hazardous area zoning layouts; safety plans and calculations.
  • Participate in HAZOP, design reviews and other safety reviews.
  • Monitor and review internal drawings, specifications and documentation related to loss prevention systems and related matters.
  • Perform safety and risk engineering in conformance with all applicable and relevant legislation, standards and codes.
  • Answer queries arising from clients, contractors, site supervisors or internal company departments on the hazard management aspects of the Company's products.
  • Prepare formal responses to comments from clients and classification societies on drawings and specifications.
  • Attend and contribute to internal Company/departmental/project meetings where safety systems and equipment are discussed.
  • Perform identification and justification of environmental requirements in design
  • Review and / or apply Human Factors Engineering criteria in design


  • Bachelor or Master Degree Level qualified in a relevant subject of study i.e. Fire Engineering, Fire Risk Engineering; Safety, Risk and Reliability Engineering; or an engineering background with a proven track record in Safety Engineering.
  • More than 2 years relevant experience knowledge of the Oil and Gas industry
  • Fluent in English (spoken and written)