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Instrument & Electrical (I&E) Technician – Department Maintenance – Locatie Rotterdam

Written by Site Consultants on 22 december, 2015. Posted in Maintenance, Omgeving Rotterdam, Vacatures

The Instrument & Electrical (I&E) Technician is a member of a multidiscipline operations team, reporting to the Maintenance Team Leader/Supervisor.

The main purpose of this position is to ensure instrumentation, control systems and automation systems are calibrated and functioning properly.

Static Asset Planner – Maintenance – Locatie Rotterdam

Written by Site Consultants on 22 december, 2015. Posted in Maintenance, Omgeving Rotterdam, Vacatures

The Planner is a critical role in the Activity Planning process.

The primary role is to plan all work orders by working with the technicians to analyse the basic job steps, determine their relative sequence in the overall job, and identifying parts, materials, tools, competencies, and personnel requirements for each step in the process.

Planner WTB – Maintenance – Locatie Rotterdam

Written by Site Consultants on 22 december, 2015. Posted in Maintenance, Omgeving Rotterdam, Vacatures

The senior / lead Planner is responsible for the planning (workpreparation) of static equipment and piping scope of work for a turnaround area / block. We are looking for experienced planners who are able to work in a very structured way with high level of detail. The senior / lead Planner shall also be able to steer and control one or two contractor planners who will be integrated in the planning team. This role reports to a TAR Event Manager.

TPM in Offshore

Written by Site Consultants on 21 september, 2013. Posted in Projecten, Projects

Improving maintenance processes in offshore construction

Currently, one of our professionals is working for an offshore construction company. In order to expand their fleet of specialized construction vessels a new ship is being built with the capability of executing pipelay and heavy lift projects in deep water. As also the specialized offshore construction market is becoming increasingly competitive it becomes more and more important to reduce the operational expenditures (OPEX) of new vessels. For the new build vessel of the client, one of the ways to achieve this is by introducing a new maintenance strategy.

Condition Based Maintenance

This new strategy is largely based on implementing condition based maintenance (CBM) techniques for mission critical installations. To a large extent the CBM technology incorporated in the new vessel will be fully automated; e.g. critical equipment is continuously being monitored by on-line CBM systems that automatically generate warnings for crew once a measured equipment condition (in terms of measured vibration level, equipment surface temperature, etc.) goes beyond pre-defined threshold values. As such, equipment breakdown with possible serious safety consequences or downtime losses can be prevented with a minimum amount of maintenance effort.

Total Productive Maintenance

Furthermore, on the organizational level the aim is to introduce Total Productive Maintenance (TPM). One of the core ideas behind TPM is to merge basic maintenance and equipment care tasks with operational activities, e.g. the pipe-line production operators on board will each be part of a semi-autonomous team that will bear responsibility for proper operation as well as basic maintenance of a specific plant area on board. Apart from autonomous operational-maintenance teams the TPM philosophy is based on a number of other proven industry practices.

TPM – when properly implemented -will result in significant improvement in installation performance combined with lower operational costs. In many manufacturing and process industries TPM has been applied in the past, often with large degrees of succes. However, within the offshore construction industry this is still a pretty new concept. We are convinced, however, that it can also work within this branch of industry. The pipe production and pipelay plant on board of the new vessel shares a lot of common characteristics with the traditional manufacturing industries, where TPM in many instances has become basically an operating standard.

Site Consultants in nieuw pand

Written by Site Consultants on 21 september, 2013. Posted in Nieuws

Per 1 februari 2011 hebben wij ons nieuwe kantoorpand betrokken.

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Werkvoorbereider E/I

Written by Site Consultants on 21 september, 2013. Posted in Maintenance, Vacatures

E/I Engineer

Written by Site Consultants on 21 september, 2013. Posted in Engineering, Vacatures

Verantwoordelijkheidsgebieden/kerntaken:

  • kleinere projecten leiden waarbij aanpassingen aan de fabrieken
    gerealiseerd worden;
  • het E&I deel van grote projecten uitwerken waarbij nieuwe installaties
    geplaatst worden;
  • het (laten) uitvoeren van voornamelijk elektrische en instrumentele
    ontwerp- en constructie activiteiten;
  • bewaken van de projectkosten en rapporteren over de voortgang
    en resultaten van de projecten;
  • zorgen voor de juiste administratieve afhandeling van projecten, zodanig
    dat de informatie correct is en op juiste wijze vastgelegd is;
  • ondersteuning geven aan het management van de Engineering afdeling,
    zodanig dat een optimale voortgang en afstemming van werkzaamheden
    plaatsvindt;
  • zorgen voor de juiste administratieve afhandeling van projecten en
    testwerkzaamheden, zodanig dat de informatie correct is en op juiste wijze
    vastgelegd is.

Bijkomende werkzaamheden:

  • administratieve afhandeling van projectaanvragen en projecten;
  • ondersteuning geven bij trouble shouting bij problemen in de fabrieken.