Undertake Plating duties on various onshore and offshore installations.
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- Works from Fabrication drawings to cut and shape all items required using a variety of tools and equipment, some of which require special training including flame cutting machines/ equipment.
- Cuts and prepares steelwork.
- Undertakes drilling, sawing and grinding duties.
- Sets out primary steelwork and layouts of decks for platforms.
- Ensures that all duties are carried out in line with project workscope and Health and Safety policies and procedures to ensure safety of self and others.
The Plater forms an important part of the fabrication team to ensure that structures, pipe work and other items are fabricated in line with specification and in a safe manner. This role can be based onshore (normally with offshore trips) or offshore.
- Relevant Trade Apprenticeship or equivalent
- Basic offshore induction and emergency training (BOSIET)
- Offshore Medical Certificate
- Experience in manual labour e.g. construction, engineering or fishing industry.
- £16,000 - £22,000
- £20,000 upwards
Chargehand, Workshop Supervisor, Quality Inspector