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Richard Dafe Afeno


Fellow of the Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON); Member of the
International Institute of Risk & Safety Management (IIRSM) of London, & Member
of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) International.

Contact Address: Plot 30 C&C Layout, Off-RD Road, Rumuodara, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.
Date of Birth: 05/01/1971; Nationality: Nigerian; Int’l Passport No: A06348582.
E-Mail Address: richieafeno@yahoo.com
Mobile Phone: +234 803 3399 539.

Education
• University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 1988-1992; B.Sc Hons. Industrial Tech. (Mechanical Option).
(Upper Division), Nov.1992.
• University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 2000-2001: Post Graduate Diploma in Petroleum
Engineering, Jan. 2001.

Personal skills & competencies


• Proven leadership & ability to work effectively as part of a collaborative management team.
• Creative problem solver who rapidly adapts to changing demands.
• Able to engender positive relationship with colleagues at all organization levels.
• Proven broad based experience in HSE management systems and HSE Cases.
• Superior knowledge of contractors HSE management and HSE competence Development.
• Excellent communication and presentation skills.

Professional Bodies
• International Institute of Risk & Safety Management (IIRSM), London.
• Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON)
• Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), International
• Saint John’s Ambulance (Council Member)

Relevant Courses Attended with Dates


• NEBOSH International General Certificate, 2009.
• Process Safety Course Organized by Shell, 2008
• HSE Train-The-Trainer’s Course Organized by ITF, 2008
• OHSAS 18001 Course Organized by Shell, 2004
• HSE Risk Assessment Organized by Shell, 2004
• HSE Hearts & Minds Workshop Organized by Shell, 2004.
• ISO 14001 Workshop Organized by Shell, 2004
• Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET), Organized by Shell, 2003
• EP0/A: Exploration and Production Overview course Organized by Shell, 2003
• ECM/2: Enhanced Contract Mgt module 2 course Organized by Shell, 2002
• Sustainable Development Seminar Organized by Shell, 2001
• Oil & Gas Safety Management Course Organized by Shell, 2001
• Environmental Management. System (EMS) Audit Course Organized by Shell, 2001
• Contracting Procedure & Administration Course. Organized by Shell, 2000
• P283: Supervising HSE Course Organized by Shell, 1999
• P287: Middle Management HSE Course Organized by Shell, 1999
• P284: Accident Investigation & Reporting. Organized by Shell, 1998
• P292: HSE Management Systems & HSE Case Development. Organized by Shell, 1996
• Fire Safety / First Aid & Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Organized by Chevron, 1993.

Summary of post qualification work experience including the number of years worked:
20 years of Oil & Gas SAFETY Experience.

Rig HSE Consultant; Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nig Ltd (Well Engineering): June, ’10-to-
Dec ’12.
• Shell HSE Consultant on KCA-DAUTAG T-43 Land Rig Work-over Ops. Ensures that safe work policies,
procedures, standards & practices are followed with a view to reducing risks of Major Accident
Hazards (MAHs) to ALARP & achieving goal zero.
• Shell HSE Consultant on LONSTAR 203&204 Rigs including OES Passion Swamp Rigs. Ensures that safe
work policies, procedures, standards & practices are followed with a view to reducing risks of Major
Accident Hazards (MAHs) to ALARP & achieving goal zero.
• Advise Company Management on best Industry HSE Management Practices with respect to Rig & Rig-
less Operations.

Visiting Lecturer: M.Sc - Occupational Safety & Health; University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria: March
2011-to-date
• Lectures International Safety Management Systems (BS HSG65, OHSAS 18001 – 2007 & ILO-OSH
2001)
• Lectures Advanced Risk Assessment, Process Safety, HSE Tools & Techniques (HAZID, HAZOP, HRA,
FIREPRAN, JHA) etc.
• Lectures HSE Case: a tool for managing High Risk Operations/installations & Major Accident Hazards
(MAHs) to ALARP.

Field HSE Advisor; Nigerian Petroleum Dev Company (NPDC) Ltd – a subsidiary of NNPC: Feb, ’08-to-
May ’10.
• Manage HSE in NPDC Egbema Field Operations
• Setup & implement company’s HSE Management Systems & HSE Case for Egbema Field Operations
• Plan & implement company’s HSE Training Programs including workshops, seminar & conferences
• Develop & implement Company HSE Policy, HSE Plan, HSE Procedures, Safe Systems of Work (PTW),
Safety Standards & Guidelines.
• Advise Company Management on best Industry Practice with respect to HSE Management.

Group HSE Manager; Dec Oil & Gas Ltd: Jan, ’06-to-Feb, ‘10
• Manage HSE function of Dec Oil & Gas business.
• Design & Implement the General Permit-To-Work System (PTW) & Complementary Certificates (e.g.
Hot Work, Excavation, Electrical & Confined Space Entry).
• Review/Implement company’s HSE Management Systems for zero tolerance HSE performance.
• Review/Implement company’s HSE Case for high risk flow-line/pipeline/pigging operations
• Implement Company HSE Policy, HSE Plan & HSE Procedures.
• Advise Company Management on best Industry Practice with respect to HSE Management.

Chief HSE Consultant/Advisor; STEAG W/Africa Ltd: Jan-Dec ‘05


• Participate in the HAZID, HAZOP & FIREPRAN of AFAM V PP Project in Port Harcourt, Nigeria
• Design & Implement the General Permit-To-Work System (PTW) & Complementary Certificates.
• Prepare HSE-MS, HSE Case & Contract HSE Plan & ensure overall HSE Mgt of AFAM V Power Plant
Project.
• Develop/Implement company-wide HSE Training Matrix & company’s Journey Management System
• Develop Safe Systems of work, Procedures, Standards & Guidelines for AFAM V PP Project
• Developed HSE Audit / Inspection Plan & conducted HSE Audits / Inspections of AFAM V PP Project

Senior HSE Resource (HSE Trainer); Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON). Nov, ’04-to-
Date
• Develope & implement curriculum for HSE Training (HSE Levels 1,2,3 & Advanced HSE).
• Senior Resource Person in-charge of HSE Mgt Systems, HSE Cases, Advanced HSE, Hazards & Effects
Mgt Process, Contractor HSE Mgt, Behavioral HSE (HSE Hearts & Minds), Health Risk Assessment
(HRA), HSE Inspections / Audits / Reviews, Accident Investigation & Reporting including the Permit-
To-Work System (PTW).

Corporate HSE Coordinator. Shell, Nigeria. 1995-2004 (10 yrs).


• Co-ordinate the HSE competence development program for Shell Staff, Shell Intensive Training
Program (SITP/1), SPDC contractors, sub-contractors & contractor employees approximately 1,840
annually.
• Supervise the Contractor HSE Mgt Course (ECM/1 & ECM/2) for SPDC Site Representatives and
Contract Holders.
• Supervise the Contractor HSE Evaluation (COHSEE) Course for Company Site Representatives and
Contract Holders.
• Prepare Guidelines for the Implementation of HSE Function Contract Holder and Contractor HSE
Performance Award.
• Attend Incident Review Panel (IRP) Meetings and collate Contract Mgt related actions from IRP
reports into the HSE database.
• Review / Audit the Contractor Employee 3-Level HSE Training Program in line with SPDC’s approved
HSE course outlines.
• Prepare Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Contractor HSE Management activities reports
• Make presentation on Contractor HSE Management at Quarterly HSE Reviews and maintain database
of Contractor HSE Management activities and reports.
• Publish the weekly, monthly, quarterly (CEQR) & annual corporate HSE reports.
• Train about 15 selected SNEPCO staff on HSE-MS / HSE case & Supervise the SNEPCO well delivery
HSE case Project.
• Received a 50% productivity bonus based on safety / production performance
• Develop the SPDC security safety case document using the THESIS software, a computer-based
database application.
• Train approximately 12 HSE case developers on HSE case development.

Head Safety: Alcon Nigeria Ltd. 1994-1995


• Carry out site safety audits / equipment inspection, safety meetings / awareness sessions, site
emergency response drills / security management, Permit To Work (PTW) Systems audits/reviews.
• Conduct 16 sessions of HSE competence development programs for contractor employees.
• Co-ordinate / supervise land flow stations safety upgrade works. A total of 10 land flow stations were
successfully upgraded. Received a substantial cash bonus and certificate of successful completion.
• Conduct HSE competence assurance / development for 22 employees of Alcon Nigeria Ltd.

National Youth Service Corp (NYSC). NNPC/PPMC Ltd. Lokoja Pump Station, 1993-1994, (1 yr)
• Served with NNPC/PPMC in its safety department: Organized daily tool box meetings, conducted
safety inspections & unsafe act/unsafe condition audits, coordinated monthly safety meetings and
prepared monthly safety statistics reports.

Referees:

• Chief Charles Akeni; Relations Manager, Shell, Warri, Nigeria. (Rtd). Mobile Phone: +234 803 0953
262.

• Professor. James Asalor; Head, Mechanical Engineering Dept, UNIBEN, Benin City, Nigeria. Mobile
Phone: +234 802 3292 072.
• Elder. Grant Captain Briggs; Training Director, Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON).
Mobile Phone: +234 803 3166 194.
• Elder. Grant Captain Briggs; Training Director, Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON).
Mobile Phone: +234 803 3166 194.