API 510/570/580 Inspector


Last Updated: 6th June 2017 (over 5 years ago)

Address
United States

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Gender
Male

Age Range
45 to 54

Qualification Level
Other Post Graduate

Languages
English

Summary

♣ Certified (35699) API 570 Piping Inspector.
♣ Certified (39558) API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector.
♣ Certified (40614) API 580 Risk-Based Inspector.
♣ Proficient with computers, Inspection data management software and MS Office Tools.
♣ Current Transportation Worker Identification Credential Card and Passport holder.
♣ Dale Carnegie Graduate.
♣ Georgia Military College (1994-1996).
♣ United States Navy Veteran.
♣ Knowledge of industry Codes, Standards and inspection techniques (ASME, API, ASNT).

Education

American Petroleum Institute
API 580 Risk Based Inspection

   May 2011
— Current

Perform internal and external inspections on pressure vessels and piping per the latest addition of the API 580 Risk Based Inspection Code.

American Petroleum Institute
API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector

   Jan 2011
— Current

Perform internal and external inspections on pressure vessels per the latest addition of the API 510 Pressure Vessel Code.

American Petroleum Institute
API 570 Piping Inspector

   Jul 2009
— Current

Perform internal and external inspections on pressure piping per the latest addition of the API 570 Piping Inspection Code.

Experience

LUPTECH Mechanical Engineering
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Apr 2017
— Current

♣ Performed API 510 internal and external inspections on heaters and reactors located in Ashdod, Israel.

LUPTECH Mechanical Engineering
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Jan 2017
— Mar 2017

♣ Performed API 510 internal/external inspections and API 570 piping inspections in the ISOM Unit on assets located in Haifa, Israel.

Chevron
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Oct 2016
— Nov 2016

♣ Performed API 510 internal inspections on Chevron assets during the 4th Quarter Distilling and Refining turnaround in Richmond, CA.

Valero
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Sep 2016
— Oct 2016

♣ Performed API 510 internal inspections on Valero assets located in Ardmore, OK.

LUPTECH Mechanical Engineering
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Jul 2016
— Aug 2016

♣ Performed API 510 internal/external inspections and API 570 piping inspections in the SRU, Sour Water and Amine Units on assets located in Haifa, Israel.

BP Husky
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   May 2016
— Jun 2016

♣ Performed API 510 internal/external inspections and API 570 piping inspections during the Toledo Integrated Unit turnaround on BP Husky assets located in Toledo, OH.

CITGO
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Apr 2016
— Apr 2016

♣ Performed API 510 internal/external inspections and API 570 piping inspections during the FCCU/UNSAT GAS Plant turnarounds on CITGO assets located in Corpus Christi, TX.

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Mar 2016
— Apr 2016

♣ Performed API 510 internal/external inspections and API 570 piping inspections during the Ethylene plant turnaround on Chevron assets located in Sweeny TX

Phillips 66
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Feb 2016
— Feb 2016

♣ Performed API 510 internal/external inspections and API 570 piping inspections during the HP Alky plant unit turnaround on P66 assets located in Sweeny TX.

Motiva Enterprises
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Jan 2016
— Feb 2016

During the Motiva, Port Arthur, TX Crude unit plant turnaround:

♣ Managed contract, turnaround API Inspectors through historical inspection documentation review to ensure inspection reports captured and satisfied all required aspects of the current compliance/RBI driven inspection work scope.
♣ Supplied Motiva’s RBI Specialist a summary of all inspections completed each shift that included the cleanliness of the equipment, minimum UT readings performed, wall loss found in the form of pitting and any recommendations generated.
♣ Reviewed and submitted finalized compliance reports to the client.

Suncor
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Sep 2015
— Nov 2015

♣ Performed API 510 internal and external inspections during the Sulfur Unit turnaround on Suncor assets located in Fort McMurray, Canada.

MI Swaco A. Schlumberger
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Aug 2015
— Aug 2015

♣ Performed API 510 internal and external inspections during the Barrite unit turnaround on MI Swaco assets located in Asherton, TX.

NGL Supply Wholesale LLC
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Jun 2015
— Jul 2015

♣ Generated inspection test plans, performed API 510 internal/external inspections and API 570 external inspections during the LP-Gas Terminal turnaround on NGL assets located at multiple sites throughout Arkansas.

HESS Corp. Exploration and Production
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Nov 2014
— May 2015

♣ Generated inspection test plans, performed API 510 internal/external inspections, API 570 and API 12 external inspections on HESS Integrity Critical Elements located at multiple well sites throughout the Bakken Region of North Dakota.

PBF
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   Oct 2014
— Oct 2014

♣ Performed internal and external API 510 inspections and API 570 external inspections during the FCCU plant turnaround on PBF assets located in Toledo, OH.

CPCHEM, Chevron Phillips
API 510/570/580 Turnaround Inspector

   May 2013
— Jul 2014

Cedar Bayou Plant, Baytown, TX (May 2013 to August 2014).
TechCorr USA LLC, Ethylene Plant, API Lead Inspector:

♣ API 570 Project Lead responsible for supervising four API Inspectors, six NDE Level II Technicians and all call out (advanced Ultrasonics, RT) personnel. Charged with coordinating field support with scaffolding, insulation personnel and reporting current status/projection towards deadline to the client.
♣ Performed API 570 external compliance inspections as part of the 2013/2014 API 570 Projects.
♣ Site Safety Chairman.

Texas Petrochemical
API 510/570/580 Inspector

   Feb 2012
— Apr 2013

Inspection Site Supervisor:

♣ Established Oracle profiles for all onsite API Inspectors in order to generate work request for existing and new IWR (Inspection Work Request) recognition.
♣ Implemented a Weekly On-stream Inspection report in order to enhance communications with Maintenance.
♣ Developed Inspection workflow processes, near miss reporting and vendor surveillance.
♣ Supervised, planned, scheduled and coordinated inspections to provide technical support through the inspection of fixed equipment and piping to ensure overall mechanical integrity, safety and reliability.
♣ Supervised four API Inspectors, ten Level II Technicians, two data entry specialist and all call out (advanced Ultrasonics, ECT, UTSW and RT) personnel.
Served as the TechCorr Site Safety Manager.

Valero, Inc.
API 510/570/580 Inspector

   May 2011
— Jan 2012

PMI Coordinator/Unit Inspector Support:

♣ Retro/Revalidation PMI Coordinator. Generated Events and IWR’s for existing PMI surveys into PCMS ensuring all aspects of the existing procedure were satisfied.
♣ Served as the Site Safety Manager.

BP, Inc.
API 510/570/580 Inspector

   May 2010
— Apr 2011

Inspection Project Lead:

♣ Documented concrete, fireproofing and steel surveys performed by BP TCR Civil/Structural group. Ensured quality assurance with existing structural reports and lead the civil and maintenance group with downloading the appropriate data into the Documentum database. Created equipment and components in PCMS that corresponded with the civil group’s assessment outline of the refinery. Generated Events, IWR’s and Recommendations in PCMS per intervals established by the Civil Group to establish timelines for future maintenance requirements. Linked the Documentum and PCMS records within PCMS, ensuring both systems reflected accurate and current information. Worked with the civil group to enhance existing procedures that in turn established realistic completion dates.
♣ PCMS Validation/Inspection Renewal Program- Populated PCMS to organize and manage vital equipment/piping data for determining inspection schedules, turnaround work scopes, preventing unnecessary shutdowns and accidents while increasing run length.

Sunoco, Inc.
API 570 Piping Inspector

   Feb 2009
— Feb 2010

Sunoco Employee, Area Inspector:

♣ Planned and scheduled unit inspections, made repair recommendations and supervised field related
activities with both union/non-union support craft personnel in order to facilitate timely and organized inspections.
♣ Provided technical support to the refinery through the inspection of fixed equipment and piping to ensure overall mechanical integrity, refinery safety and reliability.
♣ Gathered equipment data and information in the field; performed visual inspections and non-destructive testing, recorded data into PCMS to assure inspection histories were current.
♣ Analyzed inspection findings, generated reports, recommendations and performed calculations using corrosion data. Determined inspection schedules and equipment/piping remaining life.
♣ Assisted Maintenance with routine inspection activities such as hold/stop points, hydro tests, scheduled NDE and supported unit outages.

Sunoco Inc.
Contract Administration Supervisor

   Mar 2007
— Feb 2009

Sunoco Employee:

♣ Coordinated, supervised, audited routine maintenance and T/A activities for Inspection/Engineering specialty site contractors on a daily basis. Utilized management software such as EMPAC for generating work request/work scope development and the Track System for contractor payment/tracking, auditing and reconciliation.
♣ Served with the Contractor Accountability Manager and assisted in the implementation of the Contractor Safety Improvement Program that monitored all refinery contract companies’ safety performance records through performance metrics, quarterly reviews and daily safety audits.

Sunoco, Inc.
Special Projects Coordinator

   Aug 2006
— Feb 2007

♣ Served as the Inspection Department Dead Leg Initiative Lead. Worked with Area Business Teams to identify, categorize, risk assess, verify non-essential/essential dead leg classification with Operations and also trained key Operations personnel with Isometric drawing interpretation to complete this refinery wide mitigation project.
♣ T/A Personnel Support Coordinator. Interviewed, initiated background investigations, hired out-of-state contract Inspectors, setup travel arrangements, secured discounted living quarters and coordinated necessary training and supplies to support Code Inspection/Sunoco Inspection department during scheduled outages on this multi-unit site.
♣ On a daily basis coordinated Inspection Department field related activities with support craft personnel and refinery union mechanics in order to facilitate timely and organized inspections.

Sunoco, Inc.
NDE Technician

   Mar 2005
— Jul 2006

Contract Inspector:

♣ Performed mechanical and corrosion inspections of refinery equipment/piping using various forms of non-destructive examination.

Augusta’s Best Construction Company Inc.
President

   Jan 1994
— Jun 2005

Owner: S-Corp.

♣ Generated/negotiated contracts and handled any dispute resolution.
♣ Created/managed a formal change-order process to deal with issues as the company’s workload grew.
♣ Established credit accounts to manage cash flow and tracked profit/loss by job.
♣ Worked with customers to define the project scope. Scheduled and managed work crews, materials/equipment, purchasing, accounting, insurance/bonding and advertising.

United States Navy
Radioman

   Jan 1991
— Jan 1994

CV-64 USS Constellation Aircraft Carrier, Philadelphia, PA, Virgin Islands and San Diego, CA:

Radioman – Veteran - Honorably Discharged.

♣ Awarded Navy Achievement Medal as number one nozzle man on the ships fire party.
♣ Awarded National Defense Medal for service during Desert Storm.
♣ Top Secret Security Clearance. NAVSCOL RM Class “A” Certification-1991.
♣ NAVMACS V5 Operator Certification-1992. Shipboard Welder Certification-1992.
♣ Served as Remote Terminal Systems Liaison ensuring all remote computer terminals from the Communications Department to various departments throughout the ship functioned properly.
♣ Served as Ship-to-Shore Secure Document Transfer Liaison.

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