The Medic is responsible for providing medical care for personnel offshore or on a designated plant/ worksite; including maintaining records and producing reports whilst ensuring medical facilities and medicines are up-to date and accurate.
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- Provides acute health/ medical care to personnel who have been involved in accidents or become unwell while offshore.
- Ensures that stocks of medical supplies are maintained to the appropriate levels.
- Supports the coordination of medical evacuations from offshore installations/ vessels.
- Ensures that all relevant onshore and offshore personnel are informed of status updates in relation to injury management of personnel.
- Safely stores prescribed medication for personnel and issues as appropriate.
- Ensures that all relevant paperwork is completed accurately in a timely manner and filed appropriately.
- Prepare relevant reports in a timely manner.
- Active member of the onsite Emergency Response Team.
This role is vital to ensuring the safety, health and wellbeing of personnel working offshore or on a worksite. The Medic would be the first line of response and care for any personnel involved in an accident or becoming unwell while offshore or on worksite.
- Recognised Nursing Qualification or
- Royal Navy/Royal Marines/Royal Fleet Auxiliary Medics or
- Army Medical Assistant or RAF Medical Assistant
- Basic offshore induction and emergency training (BOSIET)
- Offshore Medical Certificate
- Strong emergency and advanced life support skills
- £25,000 - £35,000
- £35,000 - £50,000
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