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Adhoc Volunteers - Oxfam HND / BA / BSc Job

2024-04-30 03:20   Other categories   Rivers   21 views
Job Details

Responsibilities
include but not limited to:

Responsible for all safety and environmental issues on-board
Act as Assistant Mooring on board.
May act as HLO as required.
To be familiar with rules, regulations, and work procedures applicable to the task to be executed.
Monitor condition and ensure maintenance of all safety equipment.
Monitor waste and hazardous material management systems on board.
Manage oil and chemical spill clean-up equipment.
Manage pollution response.
Monitor all onboard equipment, systems, and procedures to reduce risks for pollution.
Delegated authority from OIM to ensure that only certified and tested cargo gears in the best and approved working order are used for lifting and personnel transport.
Monitor boat traffic and supply boat operations are well-controlled and carried out efficiently and safely.
Upgrade safe work procedures on board as deemed necessary.
Ensure that personnel executing hazardous work are trained and fully informed of the work procedures and/or quality plans and that they are complied with.
Monitors crane operations
Monitor crew lists and other documentation related to FPSO people movement.
Organize safety briefing with master and chief officer before loading operation.
Organize start-up of loading operation and monitoring upon loading is completed and cargo valves secured.
Overall responsibility for inspection, maintenance, and operation of the entire floating offloading system, including FPSO export manifolds; Floating hose strings; SBM Loading buoy; Mooring hawsers; Mooring assemblies; Mooring chafing chains; Mooring pick-up ropes.

Required Qualification and Experience

Master Mariner – STCW95 Reg. II/2 and Flag state endorsement of recognition
Mooring Master Approval and logbook including an in-depth background in senior position from tanker operation.
Meet requirements for certification as an officer in charge of a navigational watch on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and have at least 12 months approved seagoing service in that capacity.
Have completed approved education and training and meet the standard of competence specified in section A-II/2 of the STCW code for master on ships of 3000 gross tonnage or more.
Excellent command of English written and spoken.

Company Description
Arion Energy Services is an engineering, projects and operations services provider to the oil and gas, power and maritime industries. We are an agile and innovative company providing reliable solutions through our Adapt, Innovate and Resolve (AIR) ... read moreapproach to service delivery. We believe in developing exceptional teams to Adapt our services and tools to meet clients’ needs, Innovate solutions around project requirements and Resolve challenges to deliver expectations