SPIE Oil & Gas Services (part of the SPIE Group) provides a complete range of services to some of the world’s largest oil and gas companies through its network of offices in 25 countries across Africa, the Middle-East and Asia-Pacific.
Our turnover has more than doubled in the last few years thanks to the dedication of our 4,000 employees to whom we give training, recognition, and genuine opportunities for career development. In order to support this growth, SPIE Oil & Gas Services is always seeking talented individuals to join its teams.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: HSE Fire Watch – M / F
Location: Offshore, Nigeria
Contract type: Temporary Work Contract
Contractual hours: Full time
Employee Status: Employee
Here are the basic responsibilities of a fire and safety watch:
- Watch out for fire hazards in the workplace while work is performed by other employees.
- Read and understand the PTW requirement and ensure all personnel involve in the task also do
- Maintain the conditions and requirements stated on the safety permit.
- Keep flammable materials from ignition sources.
- In the event of fire, extinguish it immediately or turn a fire alarm on.
- Call the emergency alarm number.
- Stop operations if you find any hazardous condition.
Any condition in the workplace, whether usual or unexpected, determines your basic duties as a fire or safety watch. Some of them are the following:
- Make sure you and other employees are aware of the exact location of firefighting equipment in the immediate area.
- Maintain constant means of communication.
- As much as possible, keep visual and voice contact with other employees.
- Before and during each shift, inspect the entire work area and look for potential release of flammable vapors or liquids.
- Be prepared to operate fire extinguishers, hydrants, fixed monitors, and hose carts anytime.
- Never leave the job site while the work is being done. If you have to leave, stop the job and notify workers that you are “standing-by-for”.
- When all operations are done, do not leave the worksite unless you’re sure that there are no hot sparks, burning embers and other fire hazards. Return all fire fighting equipment to their original location.
- Extensive experience in Oil & Gas
- Extensive experience working as a HSE Fire Watch
- Relevant trade certificate with a minimum 6 years’ experience
- Good standard of HSE practice, values & principles
- Experience in shutdown project is a strong plus
- Minimum level of experience required: 6 years or more
- English (E-Native or bilingual proficiency).
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