Core Deck Crew Op (5th week LOLER focal point) – OR19017
To perform all required discipline tasks, safely, consistently and in accordance with project requirements, procedures and specifications. Read, understand and implement all applicable company / project policies, working practices and procedures, ensuring at all times that the work scope is completed safely and to a high standard. Complete all work scope in accordance with applicable work pack / job card instructions, associated procedures and drawings / sketches.
The first week is a deck op/rigger position which provides support to the platform shared services department. This position includes deck management, ensuring decks are kept clean, tidy and well maintained and carrying out HAD or HLO duties.
The 5th week LOLER Focal Point plans or approves all lifting operations in the workplace to ensure that the lifting operations are in compliance with LOLER regulations and company procedures. The LOLER Focal Point must have the theoretical knowledge and operational experience to select the appropriate lifting equipment to be used and plan how it should be used, determine the suitable levels of supervision for the lifting operations and be able to verify/manage the contents of the rigging loft or other equipment store.
Tasks & Responsibilities
Support Supply Chain operations: including but not limited to, supply boat cargo/bulk operations, preparing backload and unloading containers
– Assist with ensuring that planned activites are managed in accordance with agree targets
– Carry out HDA/HLO activities
– Review and approve lifting operations, lifting plans and risk assessments
– Act as a technical authority on site and be able to develop effective lifting plans
– Determine suitable levels of Supervision for complex and complicated lifts in conjunction with site management
– Manage and allocate cranes on site on a daily basis
– Responsible for ensuring all personnel involved in lifting operations meet competence standards, including operation of forklift trucks
– Ensure all lifting equipment on site is fully certified
– Liase with onshore support and appropriate departments for effective planning of Lifting Operations, ensuring approvals in place where required.
– Support and improve team performance by sharing knowledge and best practices
– Create, maintain & enhance effective working relations and identify and minimise interpersonal conflict
– Maintain effective communication with all work colleagues at all levels
– Ensure comprehensive records and logs are maintained and effective handovers are carried out at shift change.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation and be able to apply it in the workplace.
At Stork we attach great value to the key competences of our employees. We expect you always give safety the highest priority and that you are strongly working together with others. You are a specialist in your area of expertise and you have a proactive and entrepreneurial attitude.
Specific Requirements For Core Crew Deck Operative & 5th week LOLER Focal Point With Stork:
– 7 years’ experience
– Supervisory Training / Experience
– Communication and Interpersonal Skills
– Motivated Team Member
– Good Housekeeping Standards
– Good Hazard Identification Skills
– OPITO Banksman/Slinging Stage 4
– NVQ QRG30/2 Lifting & Positioning (Rigging)
– OPITO – Approved National Occupational Standard for Deck Operations VQ Level 2
– ECITB Rigging Knowledge Test
– ECITB Moving loads Diploma or EMPTA Level 3 Vocational Qualification in Rigging & Lifting
Core Training Requirements-
– Stork Core HSEQ Training
– OPITO Approved Rigger Competencies Stage 4
– OPITO Approved Banksman/Slinging Stage 3
– OPITO / ECITB LOLER Appointed Competent Person
– VHF restricted Radio
– Dangerous Goods Awareness
– OPITO / ECITB LOLER Appointed Competent Person
– Lifting Gear Examiner
– Rigging Loft Management Training
– LOLER awareness training
– Lifting Operations Planning & Risk Assessment Training
– Dropped object awareness training
– Manual Handling
– Working at Height 2 – User
– IRATA Rope Access Level 1
– Experience on ropes within the last 6 months (evidence
– IRATA log book) If Rope Access level 3 then must have:
– Level 1 & 2 requirements
– Task Based Risk Assessment
– Approved First Aid
– Portable anchor awareness (e.g. – Iron Wing Awareness)
Stork is a dynamic, international and rapidly growing organization. We offer a highly competitive salary and an extensive package of fringe benefits. Next to this we attach great value to personal development of our employees and therefore offer a wide range of education programs and have a strong focus on accompaniment and knowledge sharing and transfer.
Hours: 2 on / 3 off rotation
Stork, a Fluor company, is an expert provider of maintenance, modification and asset integrity services to the global oil and gas, chemicals and process, metals and mining, power, and manufacturing industries. We are dedicated to improving asset performance, safety and cost efficiency for our Clients throughout the complete asset life cycle.
With a team of 19,000 employees in over 100 countries, we serve more than 4,000 Clients across 6 continents.
Stork is dedicated to reducing risk, assuring safety and reducing environment impact through our award-winning value driven HSEQ platform; REACH Beyond Zero. Whilst safety will always remain our core value, the platform not only communicates on Safety but also on Health, Environmental and Quality issues too. We are committed to our transparent, employee-led approach to HSEQ.
Our culture and people:
As a knowledge-based integrity management company our people are our greatest asset. Our culture and shared values underpins everything we do. By caring for the development of our people, who are proud to contribute to Stork’s high performance culture, we provide a positive, dynamic and supportive working environment. In turn, this aids in the enhancement of our employees’ personal development as well as career opportunities and advancement. As part of our team we will strive to help you achieve your greatest potential.
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