You will ensure all welds meet the required criteria & specification and carry out any repairs as necessary. You will achieve KPI’s set by management and supervision.
Responsible for implementing Company Health & Safety Policy in relation to the Fabrication shop department staff and works areas for which he or she operates. Ensure all Fabrication tasks are assessed for risk and a safe system of work is in place prior to commencing work. To ensure a permit to work form and any other documentation as defined in the company Health and Safety policy is in place before any Maintenance work is carried out
Responsible for own activities and those of Fabrication team within own area of responsibility.
Operate sub-arc welding machines in line with RA/FSP/WI & and machine criteria.
Carry out visual, dimensional on fabricated structural steelwork to the requirements of the relevant quality standard.
Assist in the training of new starters and apprentices in the department.
Accept relevant and appropriate responsibilities as detailed in the document – Occupational Health and Safety Responsibilities to be found on the company intranet.
Maintain and clean machine daily / weekly.
Communicate regularly with all Production management and operational staff to ensure problems are reported & resolved.
Report all machine and plant faults and anomalies to the Fabrication Foreman, Maintenance Foreman, Works Manager and General Manager as appropriate.
Complete all quality assurance paperwork as required.
Monitor that all operatives are correctly using appropriate PPE.
Assist the Fabrication Foreman in resolving problem areas, to help ensure the department runs smoothly.
Ensure you and other staff in your area are fully equipped with the correct tools and products to do their job.
Maintain one’s own work area, the workshop, office, and storage facilities.
Experienced Fabrication shop background.
Certification of all competences.
Ability to work unsupervised and possess a logical and thorough approach to all aspects of H&S and production.
A good Health and Safety awareness and experience.
Academic qualifications (GCSE ,City & Guilds / BTEC or equivalent)
Hours: Full Time, 40 hours per week
You may have experience of the following: Welder, Fabricator, Workshop, Fabrication, Welding, Steel Fabrication, etc.
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