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Appointed Person - Lifting Operations

  • Job type: Temp-to-Perm
  • Sector: Energy, Oil & Gas
  • Discipline: Trades & Labour
  • Location: Blackpool, Lancashire
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2020-16657_1592913896

Job Description

Job Title: Appointed Person - Lifting Operations

Ref No: 16657

Project: Allseas

Location: Dp3/4m - Morecambe Field

Duration: 1-3 weeks

Start Date: 17/08/2020

Worley is currently recruiting for a Appointed Person - Lifting Operations

We are looking for a highly motivated candidate to join our offshore team on the DP3/4.

Key aims and objectives:

  • Ensure all Lifting and Rigging personnel are aware of safe working practices / procedures and are provided with a safe working environment
  • Deliver a high standard Lifting and Rigging service to the Project, ensuring a consistent and efficient approach is implemented at all times

Role Requirements:

  • Plan, supervise and support day-to-day Lifting and Rigging activities / personnel in the safe and structured delivery of the work scope and processes, ensuring all applicable site / Project safety procedures are fully and properly implemented
  • Ensure Lifting and Rigging personnel are competent and possess the required skills - liaise with the Project Safety Representatives to ensure that all personnel have been adequately trained
  • Responsible to the Construction Manager for providing the assurance through technical audit that the management, control and execution of lifting operations are in compliance with the UK Statutory Regulations, the Clients Lifting Standards and procedures, and where applicable, the Worley Corporate Lifting standards
  • Ensure that all necessary regimes, standards, processes and procedures for the activities associated with lifting and moving of loads are established and are being suitably applied to provide assurance that all lifting operations are properly planned by competent people, risk assessed, appropriately supervised and completed within the boundaries of a safe system of work
  • Provide technical guidance and support to the site Lifting and Rigging Team to ensure all lifting operations are implemented safely and efficiently and in accordance with LOLER and BS7121 Parts 1, 2, 11 and any other applicable Project specific lifting standards.
  • Review and endorse all lift plans developed by the site / Project rigging function and those of Worley 3rd party contractors and Specialist Sub-Contractors / Vendors.
  • Ensure that the technical integrity of all lifting equipment used on the site / Project is continually assured thorough the performance of regular lifting equipment inspections are carried out in accordance with the requirements of LOLER and where applicable, the Assets Written Scheme of Examination (WSE).
  • Develop and submit Construction activity permitry, lift plans, method statements and risk assessments in line with client gate criteria procedures / schedule.
  • Ensure that all Lifting and Rigging work is to the required standard and that all drawings, specifications, inspections and certifications and Company systems of quality assurance are strictly adhered to and assist the Project quality team in the completion of site system test sheets and the test dossier.
  • Audit site / Project activities on a regular basis to ensure all compliance with Project safety, environmental and quality requirements.

All candidates should hold the following Qualifications & certification:

Essential:

  • Appropriate documented evidence confirming the trade
  • A Valid Competent Person Qualification issued by one of the following award bodies :
  • LOLER Competent Person (Certificate of Competence OPITO)
  • ECITB Appointed Person - Appointed Person Moving Loads (Certificate of Training) and TAP01 Planning a Rigging Operation (Certificate of Achievement)
  • *Note: for onshore operations and construction sites, where mobile cranes are used, it is requirement that the AP has the CPCS A61 Blue Card qualification.
  • Lifting Equipment Inspection/Rigging Loft Management
  • Managing Working at Height & Working at Height/Harness Equipment User
  • BOSIET/Approved Offshore Medical/CA EBS/MIST

Ideally, candidates will also have the following experience:

  • Extensive experience and proven competence in the planning, risk assessment and safe implementation of lifting operations during Construction activities.
  • Fully conversant with in BSEN technical standards, processes and procedures for assuring the technical Integrity of lifting equipment (e.g. thorough examination, certification and inspection requirements)
  • Demonstrable experience in similar role in Oil and Gas Projects
  • Delivery focused with proven experience in achieving Project goals whilst maintain high standards in HSEQ at all times
  • Extensive knowledge of the Construction process and its implementation
  • Extensive knowledge of O&G related HSEQ safe working practices / procedures
  • Detailed understanding of modern planning systems and their use in the execution of Construction as well as Project work scopes
  • Detailed knowledge of the Construction process and Permit to work systems

*Certain benefits are not applicable to employees who reside outside of the UK

*As a people business we support flexible working and champion diversity and inclusion at all levels. We offer excellent remuneration and benefits packages, a friendly, professional, dynamic and flexible work environment along with the opportunity to develop your career prospects.

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