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HSE Fire Watch M/F


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General information

Organisation

As an international subsidiary of the SPIE group specializing in the energy sector, SPIE Oil & Gas Services has been working at the heart of energy production infrastructures for several decades, designing, installing, starting up and maintaining them, while ensuring the best possible conditions in terms of safety, costs, lead times and quality.

With over 4,300 employees of 64 different nationalities working in 22 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, SPIE Oil & Gas Services offers its customers from the oil, gas and renewable energy industries sustainable solutions in the following areas: well delivery & management, projects, engineering & construction, assessment & competency development, commissioning & start-up, operations, maintenance & asset integrity.

With around 48,000 employees and a strong local presence, SPIE achieved in 2022 consolidated revenues of €8.09 billion and consolidated EBITA of €511 million.

  

Reference

2023-31888  

Position description

Job title

HSE Fire Watch M/F

Contract type

Temporary work contract

Contractual hours

Full time

Contract duration

TBC

Employee Status

Employee

Job description

SPIE Oil & Gas NIGERIA is actively looking for experienced HSE Fire Watch :

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 fire- fighting 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.

Profile

Your profile :

- 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

Working at SPIE

What can we offer you?

We offer a variety of stimulating and evolving experiences: exciting projects, learning from professionals and immersed in international culture.

Position location

Location

Offshore

Candidate criteria

Minimum level of experience required

6 years or more

Required authorisations

Offshore certificates 

Languages

English (C-Professional working proficiency)

Our ambition

Combining our differences

SPIE is committed to promoting diversity. The recruitment of employees with disabilities is an important part of our HR policy.