About this role
The Crane Maintainer is directly responsible for
To carryout maintenance duties offshore as directed by the Crane Supervisor.
Responsible for effectively carrying out scheduled and un-scheduled planned maintenance routines of all offshore pedestal cranes, overhead gantry cranes, monorail hoists, Liferaft davits, winches and fixed lifting equipment as specifically listed within contract equipment inventory (Appendix 1) with the objective of maintaining safe operations, compliance, maintaining integrity, reliability and reducing downtime and costs
Performance of site repair work (as deemed practical and within the competency) on all pedestal cranes, gantry cranes, monorail hoists, Liferaft davits and winches arising from Planned Maintenance Inspections and Crane Operator Maintainer comments.
Maintenance personnel on Al-Hyleh Barge shall have received suitable training to carryout re-termination of the anchor & towing bridle retrieval winch wires & when required (Resin lock sockets).
In addition to crane maintenance duties, operate overhead cranes under the direction of nominated site personnel and in accordance with authorized operators instructions manual and site operating procedures.
When working overhead cranes, carry out daily routine on the crane in accordance with maintenance procedures and pre-start checklist.
Inspect the job site to ensure compliance with safe practices and procedures. Maintain quality of safety in the crane group and participate in the site safety reviews i.
e. Near Miss Reporting / STOP.
Responsible for giving a detailed report of any crane incidents to the Crane Supervisor.
Responsible to issue a daily report to the crane supervisor of any maintenance, corrective maintenance or troubleshooting carried out.
Responsible for completing maintenance job plans and submission to crane supervisor with details of any parts required for replacement.
It is mandatory that the incumbent is familiar with, and follows the Company's Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Management System and takes an active part in the compliance and improvement of the Management Systems.
The incumbent must report any accidents, incidents, near misses, actual or potential problems with products, services or systems according to the Management System processes / procedures.
The incumbent also has legal responsibilities under country-specific health, safety and / or environmental legislation to follow these.
The incumbent is also responsible for the health and safety arrangements of subordinates (if any) and for any persons visiting them while on the Company premises.
Qualifications & Experience · Be time served mechanical technicians / hydraulic technicians / electrical technicians.
Have offshore experience.
Have proven experience in maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of diesel engines, hydraulic systems and electrical equipment.
Be verified as competent by NVQ (or equivalent) skills assessment
Be verified as competent to Stage 3 by COMPANY approved training provider