- Responsible for Global Supply Chain Health, Safety and Security initiatives e.g., crisis management, TAPA Certification, Health, Safety Security Audit, Loss, and prevention etc.
- Develop and maintain a comprehensive group health, safety, and security strategy aligned with organizational objectives and industry best practices.
- Provide training and education programs to employees and stakeholders on health, safety, and security practices, emergency response procedures, and regulatory compliance requirements.
- Establish and enforce safety protocols and guidelines for all supply chain activities, including transportation, warehousing, and distribution.
- Conduct regular assessments and audits of regional supply chain operations to identify potential hazards, risks, and non-compliance with safety and security standards.
- Conduct internal audit based on ISO 45001, 14001 and TAPA requirements and group policy.
- TAPA Facility Security Requirements (FSR) – Conduct initial TAPA FSR pre-audit of current facilities and provide a facility status and security plan, costing and timelines to achieve TAPA A Certification
- Develop facility level crisis management plan with appropriate Trigger action response plans (TARPS)
- Actively engage and partner BU teams to support Client and Customer relations on Security agenda
- TAPA Trucking Security Requirements (TSR) – Review existing Transport security protocols and make recommendations to management. Engage 3rd party contractors with a view of ensuring continuity within the supply chain through the implementation of TAPA TSR.
- Crisis Management / Business Continuity – Review current facility crisis management processes and make recommendation. Develop facility level crisis management plan with appropriate Trigger action response plans (TARPS) to support business functions in the event of a significant business interruptions.
- Loss Prevention – Implement security countermeasures to detect and deter the potential for theft within facilities.
- External Audits – Conduct audits of contractor facilities, systems, transportation, and processes.
- Company liability – Reduce the company’s exposure to liability by reviewing contractor compliance to company's processes as defined in the contractor goods and services agreement.
- Secure shipments – Provided for the safe transportation of High risk or high value shipments. Develop standard operating procedures and implement best practice.
- Lead incident investigations, root cause analyses, and develop corrective action plans to prevent recurrence of accidents, injuries, and security breaches.
- Investigations will include but may not be limited to activities such as Theft of money, Theft of property, Misuse of company vehicles, Fraud, System manipulation to gain a benefit, Misuse of company funds, Collusion with outside parties, process irregularities, Company procedure non-compliance, unauthorized access, and Vehicle accidents.
- Participate in cross functional projects as and when required.
- Bachelor level or above on Logistics, Supply Chain Management or related field
- Minimum 10 years’ experience in a Supply Chain function, with at least 5 years’ experience in a managerial capacity
- Experience working in MNC, highly matrixed organizations
- Experience working in Supply Chain 3PL is a plus, with exposure to Consumer goods or Healthcare
- Experience working in consumer goods or healthcare MNC’s is a plus
- Strong knowledge of distribution operations and logistic internal process
- Knowledge of Quality system, ISO, and GMP/GDP
- Deep knowledge of security, TAPA Facility Security Requirements (FSR), TAPA Trucking Security Requirements (TSR)
- Knowledge of crisis management, QHSE & Security