We are currently working with a world renown operator, who seek a lift engineer, to be based in Aberdeen Scotland.
Responsible for ensuring the Supply Base lifting operations are in full compliance with global & regional Logistics procedures, client Lifting UDP & aligned with clients’ OMS.
Responsible for preparation of Supply Base lifting plans, preparing risk assessments, checking the categorisation and technical content of lifting plans are correct, and approval prior to submission for authorisation.
Ensure personnel involved in Lifting operations have the requisite training, experience, and competence relative to the competency & training matrix and provide coaching & mentoring for the Supply Base Lifting Organization.
Ensure Lifting operations are executed safely, and equipment has certification in place and is up to date, in conformance with relevant site requirements, LMS, and aligned with clients Lifting UDP/global & regional SoPs (Includes 3rd party lifting equipment and Rigging Loft Management).
SPECIFIC KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACTIVITIES
Your day-to-day duties could include:
- Approve/authorize/prepare lifting plans
- making routine checks on gears, motors, overload detection devices, brakes, doors and locks.
- carrying out minor repairs or isolating problems until a fuller service can be done; - responding to emergency breakdown call-outs;
- installing and fitting out lifts, lifting gear and lift wells.
- demonstrating new equipment to clients; - refurbishing or replacing lift interiors, flooring, panel displays, communication systems, buttons and lighting;
- updating work records, both written and computerised
- analysing breakdown trends to identify recurring defects in equipment.
- Part of your work would be to inspect lift equipment to make sure that it meets relevant health and safety regulations. You would also produce risk assessment reports and documentation for insurance and legal purposes. In lift design work, you would use computer aided design (CAD) software to produce customised lifts, for example panoramic lifts with glass panels, like those found in atriums or on the outside of buildings.
- Knowledge and experience to inspect lifting equipment
- Perform routine checks and repair equipment Verify that all equipment is certified and fit for purpose and contractors’ personnel are competent.
- Lifting Competent Person/Lifting Coordinator:
- This person must have adequate knowledge and experience to visually inspect lifting equipment to confirm its continued fitness:
- Prepare lifting plans if necessary and advise others preparing lifting plans;
- Check the adequacy of lifting plans and ensure that the categorization is correct;
- Work with the SPU Lifting Authority and assist to develop lifting plans and risk assessments for all lifts;
- Ensure that it is clear who oversees specific lifting operation.
- Ensure that all personnel involved with any lifting operation have been properly trained and assessed as competent.
- Proven lifting operations experience in an Oil & Gas (Upstream / Downstream)
- Manufacturing or similar type environment.
- Demonstrated knowledge of LOLER and general best practices relating to lifting operations and lifting equipment procedures and practices.
- Deep knowledge and track record with lifting operations and lifting equipment risk assessments.
- Good interpersonal and communications skills
Salary: Negotiable depending on experience
Start Date: ASAP