Instrument Technician


Last Updated: 6th October 2020 (about 1 year ago)

Address
Morningside, United Kingdom

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
25 to 34

Qualification Level
HNC/HND/City & Guilds

Languages
English

Summary

I carry out day to day maintenance as well as breakdown work of a variety on instrumentation associated with pressure, flow, temperature, level etc I perform testing on Fire and Gas and deluge equipment and complete repairs as necessary.
I work with Honeywell DCS and Yokagawa ESD systems and I am always looking to gain extra experience and improve my knowledge on these systems. Regularly work on Solar Power Turbine instrumentation including condition monitoring.

Education


General Education and Offshore Certs

   Sep 2008
— Current

Education

 OPITO Modern Apprenticeship (Oil and Gas Extraction Industry)
 NC in Engineering Practice
 NC Multi Discipline Engineering
 SVQ Level 3 Process Engineering Maintenance ( Instrument and Control)
 SVQ Process Operations: Hydrocarbons Level 1
 Higher Business Management C
 Standard Grades in Physics, Chemistry, Maths, English, Art & Design, Craft & Design, French and Geography

Offshore Training Certificates
 BOSIET valid until 2019
 Comp “EX” Hazardous Area training
 Offshore Medical and Audiometry last completed (April 2016)
 Working at Height level 2 Bilfinger
 ISSOW A&B
 Competent Instrument Person
 Electrical Safety Rules (SHELL)

Experience

Wood Ltd
Maintenance Instrument Technician

   Jul 2018
— Current

Main Responsibilities include:

· Repair, calibrate and maintain platform instrumentation systems

· Monitor for possible instrument malfunctions

· Conduct and review the results of tests run in control room and ensure their reliability and accuracy

· Conduct special tests on platform instrumentation as required

· Ensure the installation, calibration and testing of platform instrumentation is conducted in accordance with Company requirements and statutory Government standards.

· Ensure the required supply of spare parts are available, prepares and requisitions items required.

· Keep records and reports up to date and to a high standard

· Maintain good housekeeping conditions in workshop and work sites

· Check out work covered by commissioning/acceptance documentation to ensure systems are as outlined/operational and signs documentation to this effect

· Working on F&G and ESD systems

Wood Ltd
Maintenance Instrument Technician

   Jul 2018
— Current

Main Responsibilities include:

· Repair, calibrate and maintain platform instrumentation systems

· Monitor for possible instrument malfunctions

· Conduct and review the results of tests run in control room and ensure their reliability and accuracy

· Conduct special tests on platform instrumentation as required

· Ensure the installation, calibration and testing of platform instrumentation is conducted in accordance with Company requirements and statutory Government standards.

· Ensure the required supply of spare parts are available, prepares and requisitions items required.

· Keep records and reports up to date and to a high standard

· Maintain good housekeeping conditions in workshop and work sites

· Check out work covered by commissioning/acceptance documentation to ensure systems are as outlined/operational and signs documentation to this effect

· Working on F&G and ESD systems

Q-edi
Commissioning Instrument Technician

   Jan 2017
— Jul 2018

Main Duties:

• Loop checks and commissioning all field instrument

• Calibration and functional checks of all types of smart instruments, sensors and final control elements

• Working on Foundation Fieldbus instruments

• Pre-commissioning and commissioning activities

• Line walking and clearing punch lists

• Instrumentation Data Sheet Verification.

• Interpretation of Loop Drawing, Instrument Cabling & Terminations, Cable Schedule, Hook-Up Drawing, and P&ID Drawings.

• Troubleshooting for all Fields Instruments during Loop Check, Start-up and Commissioning Activities.

• Have PA and CEP status on the Clair Ridge

Woodgroup PSN
Instrument Technician

   Sep 2013
— Jan 2017

The Shearwater is a high pressure/high temperature gas production platform where I am a member of the core crew maintenance team. Day to day duties include:
 Planned and unplanned maintenance including fault finding, problem solving and diagnosing issues that could have an adverse effect on safety and production.
 Routine, preventative and break down work carried out on instrumentation associated with high pressure, high temperature, flow and level throughout the process.
 Working on ICS Triplex Fire and Gas system and understanding associated cause and effects of H2S, Heat, Flame, Carbon Dioxide and Line of sight detectors. Regularly work on the deluge system and also Fine Water Spray Systems.
 Working with Honeywell DCS and Yokagawa ESD systems, always looking to improve knowledge from TCI and more experienced Technicians.
 Maintenance on Solar Turbine instrumentation including condition monitoring instrumentation.
 Exposure to commissioning of new and replacement instrumentation
 Creating permits

I am currently CIP on Shearwater as well as PA and IA with good knowledge of ISSOW and SAP systems. Recently P-Vision has replaced ISSOW and I am currently improving my competence with the system daily.
I ensure my permitry is of high standard and the task is fully understood as well as ensuring job histories are detailed and all necessary information is attached and forwarded to the relevant department.

Velosi Intec
Ad Hoc Instrument Technician

   Feb 2013
— Sep 2013

 Employed as AD-HOC to assist within the Instrument Technician Maintenance team.
 Fault finding, general repairs, installation and routine testing.
 By applying myself and working hard I took many positive steps in my overall ability as an Instrument Technician which led to me being offered a full time core crew position on the Shearwater.

OPITO
Instrument Technician Apprenticeship (Offshore stage - sponsored by TAQA)

   Jul 2010
— Jan 2012

 Further improved practical skills working alongside experienced Instrument Technicians.
 Learned about plant and process through completion of 5 POL examinations.
 Added to my knowledge and ability by completing Level 3 SVQ.
 Worked on my communication skills and understanding of process and procedures to work safely and effectively.

OPITO
Instrument Technician Apprenticeship (Onshore stage)

   Sep 2008
— Jul 2010

 Learned the basics of Instrumentation and Control.
 Completed multi-skill courses.
 Built up basic practical ability as well as knowledge.
 Passed final examination with an A.

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