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Job Requirements

Coordinate a team of riggers during rigging, de-rigging, lifting and for any other operations that may be required.

▪ Coordinate and supervise the work of riggers

▪ Ensure that all rigging and de-rigging operations are performed in a safe manner and in accordance with the instructions given

▪ If certified, can coordinate the erection of scaffolding structures

▪ Keep all rigging items properly stored

▪ Ensure that the work area is clean and tidy

▪ Be familiar with and maintains awareness of the relevant Company requirements and, where applicable, the latest industry codes and standards including statutory rules and regulations

▪ Ensure that certification is available for all rigging and lifting arrangements for vessel equipment and that the rigging items are in a suitable condition

▪ Ensure that only certified gear is used during lifting operations

▪ Monitor the condition of all lifting gear before, during and after use and report any damages

▪ Provide Tool box talks meeting at the beginning of own shift and JSA if required

▪ Perform any additional duties within own experience and capability as advised by the 1st Assistant and/or Deck Foreman

▪ Support the maritime team during mooring/unmooring of vessels and cargo barges

▪ Report unsafe working conditions, incidents and any near-miss events

▪ Stop the lifting activity if required on safety grounds, if continuing could cause any damages or injuries

▪ Report to the Deck Foreman or the 1st Assistant

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Rigger Foreman at Saipem

Rigger Foreman

Saipem Scotland Offshore, Glasgow City Contractor
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-Basic Offshore Safety Induction And Emergency Training (Bosiet) including HUET and CA-EBS

Coordinate a team of riggers during rigging, de-rigging, lifting and for any other operations that may be required.

▪ Coordinate and supervise the work of riggers

▪ Ensure that all rigging and de-rigging operations are performed in a safe manner and in accordance with the instructions given

▪ If certified, can coordinate the erection of scaffolding structures

▪ Keep all rigging items properly stored

▪ Ensure that the work area is clean and tidy

▪ Be familiar with and maintains awareness of the relevant Company requirements and, where applicable, the latest industry codes and standards including statutory rules and regulations

▪ Ensure that certification is available for all rigging and lifting arrangements for vessel equipment and that the rigging items are in a suitable condition

▪ Ensure that only certified gear is used during lifting operations

▪ Monitor the condition of all lifting gear before, during and after use and report any damages

▪ Provide Tool box talks meeting at the beginning of own shift and JSA if required

▪ Perform any additional duties within own experience and capability as advised by the 1st Assistant and/or Deck Foreman

▪ Support the maritime team during mooring/unmooring of vessels and cargo barges

▪ Report unsafe working conditions, incidents and any near-miss events

▪ Stop the lifting activity if required on safety grounds, if continuing could cause any damages or injuries

▪ Report to the Deck Foreman or the 1st Assistant

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