Diving Adviser,Port Harcourt,Brunel Energy
Brunel Energy provides specialist personnel to the international oil & gas, petrochemical, power generation and construction industries. Our clients are predominantly major operating companies and international engineering or construction companies. Through a network of 35 offices in 5 continents (Europe, America, Asia, Africa and Australia) we currently second nearly 4,000 Technical Engineering Specialists to the largest multi-national Oil & Gas Companies and major EPC Contractors, through well established global supply agreements.
To provide diving and ROV technical advice and guidance to COMPANY and the line in order to ensure the safety of COMPANY’s Corporate Diving and maintenance intervention activities. To ensure that diving and ROV contractors adopt and implement COMPANY HSE policies and initiatives, and their operations standards comply with Shell group, OPG, IMCA guidance notes and National Regulations for underwater service contractors.
The Corporate diving advisor will have an AODC/IMCA Air/Bell Diving Supervisors recognised diving qualification and have extensive offshore and marine / diving operations management experience. He will have been a senior diving supervisor or superintendent, have experience as working as a diving CSR for a major oil/gas company and will be fully familiar with the Shell group requirements, OPG, IMCA and National diving legislation and their interpretation.
He shall be able to solve imaginatively, common technical / operational problems in the area of expertise, and able to guide and advise others in technical / operational aspects of the areas of expertise.
Able to diagnose and resolve significant, unusual problems and to successfully adapt aspects of an area of expertise
Able to creatively solve significant, complex, non-routine problems in the area of expertise, and
Able to adapt practices from other markets or countries for use in the area of expertise, and
Able to generate substantial improvements to local practices and procedures for the area of expertise
Able to use structured tools and techniques to control physical work activities which have associated HSSE hazards, safe systems of work for ensuring personnel safety, safe systems of work include procedures, work instructions, guidelines, competence standards, roles and responsibilities, design standards, Permit to Work (PTW), Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), Toolbox Talks (TBT), Unsafe Act Auditing (UAA)
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