Project Representative

Location Deutschland
Salary Up to £0.00 per annum
Job type Contract
Discipline Offshore-Wind
Reference BBBH18031_1651241609

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Familiarisation with the project, including but not limited to review of relevant parts of the T&I contract, method statements and risk assessments as well as procedures - this may include commenting and attendance to meetings and workshops as required, (ii) Act as KASKASI's point of contact for internal as well as external stakeholders on site and maintain KASKASI'S interests in all belongings - this shall include conducting "stop the works" measures in case this is reasonably required, (iii) Monitoring of mobilisation and demobilisation, inspection, load-out and installation works as well as marine operations, (iv) Proactively early identification and follow-up of risks which require to be further mitigated, (v) Ensure the work is carried out in a manner ensuring suitable quality of the installation. (vi) Check that the contractor(s) prepare and perform all activities in accordance with his own method statements and risk assessments, including last minute risk assessments ("LMRA"), best practice as well as the Employer's Requirements of the T&I contract, (vii) Function as contact person to the attending MWS and the Project Certification Agency or any other third party. The PR shall ensure operations subject to the scope of MWS are only commenced after a valid CoA covering the specific task has been issued. When the MWS is no longer onboard, the PR shall continue to ensure operations are only conducted within the conditions (such as weather criteria, etc.) as granted according to the conditions stated in the CoA, (viii) Participate in daily progress meetings onboard the vessel and review and comment MoM - if required by the Employer, the PR shall chair such meetings and issue and distribute MoM, (ix) During the daily meetings onboard, ensure all safety observation cards, near misses and accidents reports and HSE walk down reports etc. are followed up with effective control measures, (x) Participate in daily toolbox talks and ensure the quality of these sessions are maintained at a suitable level with aim of prevention of incidents and accidents, (xi) Ensure the contractor(s) conducts LMRAs - last minute risk assessments - just prior to operations and to ensure these are carried out with sufficient commitment and quality, (xii) Review, comment and sign off the DPR; Inspection Report and Checklists as issued by the contractor, or provided by the Employer (Let's built) (xiii) Prepare reports / timesheets/ picture books/ Life cycle book and other documentation as requested by the Employer (note that the contract is based on an "all Adverse Weather inclusive basis), (xiv) Report status, opportunities, problems and suggest improvements to the Employers management team Onshore (xv) Check Test and As-Built data.

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