The Permit to Work Officer (MEH) will be responsible for assisting with the electronic Work Authorisation and Permit System (P2W) that is being used to control and coordinate activities executed on site.
Ensures that all requests are verified, and Method Statements, Risk Assessments and other attachments have been reviewed prior to the issue of work authorisations or permits to work.
Issue Permits to Work in timely manner and assist in site scheduling and co-ordination.
Develops and maintains a good working relationship with the Site Construction, Safety and Technical Teams.
Develops and implements any new procedures with Safety and Admin Teams
Proactively communicates with others field teams and NNB Site Managers to maintain good communication links
Contributes to weekly and monthly reports as well as issuing and maintaining performance and KPI indicators
Requests Contractor Partners to take temporary measures to mitigate and keep works safe and in Quality. Then drives appropriate actions (communication, meetings) to mitigate disruption of works.
Establish and maintain close links with HPC Project Managers to ensure that Contractors work within their issued work instructions, risk assessments and permits to work.
Report to Permit Office Manager or Assurance Officer any non-compliance issues, Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.
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Full understanding of UK Health and Safety regulations - in particular the Construction (Design and Management) regulations 2015 (CDM) - and how they are applied to a construction environment.
General professional qualities such as accuracy, tenacity, result-oriented and teamwork-oriented attitude, diplomacy
Good organisational skills
Ability to work independently and be proactive
Excellent communication/interpersonal skills notably with various levels of the organisation and externally
Discretion - Confidentiality when dealing with sensitive information
Extensive knowledge of electrical or mechanical industry best practice
Knowledge of French considered an advantage
Knowledge and practical experience of the administration of a Permit to Work
Qualifications & Experience Essential
Experience in large scale projects such as power stations, refineries, petrochemical plants and new build applications.
Mechanical or Electrical degree or similar qualification where it can be evidenced that management of safety was a core module of the qualification
Engineering or process driven background required
NEBOSH Diploma or industry recognised equivalent
Experience in multi-discipline Construction Works and interface management