PAINTING AND INSULATION INSPECTOR
JOB PURPOSE :
Inspect all plant equipment and pipework within the LNG Plant, Utilities and Off plots areas to provide quality assurance and quality control of all ongoing plant painting and insulation programmes as well as other non metallic materials such as insulation / cladding, refractories and fireproofing materials.
Perform comprehensive plant surveys in order to initiate preventative programmes with particular regard to susceptible areas, associated with durability, integrity and protection provided by paintings, insulation, refractories and fireproofing.
Assess the integrity of coatings, insulation, etc. and report atmospheric corrosion effects on coatings and other corrosion damages to coatings applied to internals of vessels.
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES :
Inspect and assess the condition of protective coatings and insulation applied to LNG Plant and equipment at the required frequency.
Assure conformity with the Company's technical painting and insulation specifications and codes of Plant Inspection, and compile written reports on findings along with recommendations.
Issue repair recommendations to user departments.
Prepare and perform corrosion surveys in regard to ongoing maintenance paint and insulation programmes and maintain comprehensive records on the overall condition of protective coatings and insulation on Plant and equipment.
Provide inspection on both daily and periodic basis, to all Company and contractual painting works up to final acceptance and hand-
over. Check and record coating and insulation performance in regard to retention periods
Assess the integrity of non-metallic materials in service such as paints, insulation, refractories, fireproofing in order to determine needs for upgrade, replacement, repairs to ensure that preventive maintenance is undertaken.
Responsible for updating and implementing all actions / guidelines contained in Al RMS associated with the application, service and inspection of all non-metallic materials.
Review, prepare and recommend strategy, guidelines and philosophy for painting programs, based on service behaviour of paintings, integrity issues and improvement needs.
Discuss the procedures and guidelines with Technical Services personnel and provide technical guidance for implementation of programs.
Draw up technical specifications to promote the arrest and control of corrosion by high performance protective coatings and insulation and with particular regard to various methods of surface preparation and specialist application procedures.
Provide an overall back up service evaluation of the durability of all paintwork, insulation systems applied and the use of specialized equipment for painting / coating inspection and interpretation of results as conducted within the LNG Plan.
Prepare reports on observations and interface with the Senior Engineer, Metallurgy & Corrosion / or the Team Leader Corrosion and Metallurgy to ensure that problematic areas of concern may be addressed for analysis and necessary remedial action is taken
Provide specialist departmental services for ongoing and proposed future painting programme; the latter with specific regard to internal vessel coatings, jetty splash-
zone areas and protection for environmentally exposed concrete.
Arrange for testing equipment to be maintained, calibrated and certified in accordance with ISO and AIRMS.
Demonstrate appropriate levels of knowledge and responsibility regarding Technical and Operational Integrity processes of AIRMS
Comply with the HSEMS policy and strategy set by the Company aimed at better health, safety and environment achievements.
Safeguard own Health and Safety, as well as that of the fellow employees, by paying attention to safe work practices, maintaining a safe work environment and complying with applicable HSE requirements.
Take action to INTERVENE and STOP any un-safe activity or non-compliance with HSE requirements, if witnessed, and report the incident regardless of your position or that of the transgressor
Bachelor Degree in Materials Engineering / Mechanical Engineering or Higher Diploma in Engineering with Internationally approved inspection certification such as NACE / ERS or equivalent.
8 years of experience in a paint inspection function in the Oil & Gas Refining or petrochemical industry, including experience in controlling plant inspection records
Skilled in selection, specification and inspection of insulation, refractories and fireproofing materials.
Good Knowledge of relevant International Codes, Standard and Practices.
Good knowledge of written and spoken English.
NACE CIP3 or Equivalent
Certified Insulation Inspector Certification
Certified Refractory Inspector
TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES :
Refractory and Ceramics Engineering
BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES :
Drive Excellence : Uses own measures (level 1)
Exhibit commercial acumen : Understands business fundamentals and practices (level 1)
Plan and Execute Work : Complies with work plan instructions and procedures (level 1)
Foster collaboration : Cooperates (level 1)
Meet Customer Needs : Communicates (level 1)
Build Credibility and Commitment : Is open and honest (level 1)
Lead Change with Agility : Is open to change (level 1)
Communicate with Impact : Communicates information accurately (level 1)