Contract Manager

  • The Contract Manager is responsible for overall safety of the project.
  • Provides finance for the safe execution of the project.
  • Monitors and appraise the involvement of key personnel periodically on all matters.

 

Project Manager

  • The Project Manager is responsible for all activities on site.
  • Co-ordinates all activities on site and sees that works are executed in accordance with the work scope and standard installation specification.
  • Ensures that personnel participating in mobilization are experienced and qualified.
  • Ensures that personnel participating in mobilization are medically examined, swim-tested and inducted.
  • Defines line responsibilities.
  • Participates in audits, meetings and training programs.
  • Monitors and reports on activity performance.
  • Ensures the right equipment including PPE and tools are purchased for the project.
  • Assess the activities that require special care before putting them in care of the handlers.
  • Makes inventory of all hazardous substances in use on site.
  • Monitors the issue and control systems in the store or site.
  • Investigates and reports any accident/incident that occurs on site.
  • Provides appropriate living and office accommodation for personnel where applicable.


Project Engineer

  • The Project Engineer ensures that works are executed in accordance with the work scope and standard installation specifications.
  • Ensures that personnel employed form communities in areas of our operations are medically examined before they are allowed to work.
  • Participates in audits, meetings, training and accident investigation.
  • Establishes and co-ordinates contingency plans.
  • Monitors and reports on activity performance on site.
  • Ensures the right equipment including PPE and tools are available on site.
  • Assess the activities which require special attention before putting them in care of the handlers.
  • Ensures strict line supervision; No unauthorized persons in work area.
  • Establishes appropriate work and break schedule to avoid fatigue and stress.
  • Ensures a safe work environment and avoids an atmosphere of anxiety, worry and insecurity to the employees as a result of community disturbance.
  • Monitors issues and control systems of material and equipment on site.
  • Ensures living and office accommodation are in good condition.
  • Ensures that work permit system in place is working and effective.

 

Installation Technicians

  • Employees are responsible for their own safety and that of their colleagues.
  • Participate in safety meetings and unsafe act audits.
  • Always use and maintain PPE issued to them.
  • To report any accident/incident that may occur in the workplace.

 

QA Co-Ordinator

  • The position of the QA Coordinator is more of advisory capacity.
  • The QA Coordinator reports directly to the Project Director and functionally to the Project Manager and Project Engineer.
  • Helps formulate policy and programmes for the project.
  • Ensures personnel participating in mobilization are medically examined, swim-tested ant inducted.
  • Organizes and train personnel for the project.
  • Monitors and reports on quality performance.
  • Documents and publicize reports accordingly.
  • Investigates and reports accidents/incidents.
  • Ensures the right PPE is purchased; monitors the issuance and control system.
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