Airswift has been tasked by one of its key clients to search for a Safety Engineer with experience in O&G and Hydrogen to join them on a contract position in Pau, France.
The company carries out multi-disciplinary engineering studies for the design of industrial installations of the O&G type and in connection with the energy transition (in particular the themes relating to hydrogen and CO2 treatment). Ongoing projects include the study of a hydrogen storage and distribution pilot, and a project to convert furnace power from an oil terminal to gas.
x Experience as an industrial security engineer required of at least 5 years.
x Knowledge of the industrial sector of at least 8 years,
x Mastery of PHAST software, and Office 365 suite (in particular SharePoint features),
x Fluency in French and English,
The work consists of carrying out the following studies:
x Determination of ATEX sources,
x Preparation and issuance of ATEX Plans (tobe carriedout with the support of a draftsman made available by SOFRESID ENGINEERING),
x Determination of fire & safety gas equipment, required extinguishing systems,
x Definition of safety distances (with dispersion study under PHAST if necessary)
x Edition of the Safety Flowchart,
x Technical assistance for procurement,
The deliverables that are to be produced are define:
x Table for the determination of ATEX sources with definition of the different associated levels,
x ATEX Plan,
x Security philosophy,
x List of safety equipment,
x Specification, and requisition of Fire & Gas detection and fire protection equipment,
x Safety flowchart,
x Determination of regulatory charges relating to hydrogen storage,
The services will be carried out with the following software:
x Microsoft 365 suite (mainly Word, Excel, Outlook, Sharepoint,Teams) At the end of the project, the service provider will hand over all the native files (calculations, plans, other documents) and the generated PDF files will remain the property of the company.
Start of the service: Monday 31 January 2022
End of studies and issuance of documents: Friday 26 March 2022