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instrument supervisor / technician

  • Read and interpret schematic drawings, diagrams, plot plants, specifications, work orders, or reports to determine materials requirements or assembly instructions.
  • Prepare Work Permit with all supporting documents attached for all electrical and instrument related activities,  and obtain signatures from authorized signatories.
  • Conduct site visit for Job Hazard Analysis and Risk assessment with Safety Officers and Plant Owners.
  • Daily endorsement of Permit to Work (live,suspend/complete). Conduct Toolbox talk, activity for the day with risk associated  to the work crew.
  • Prepare material requisition for project materials and tools requirements.
  • Inspect and test newly purchased panels and equipment as part of (FAT) Factory Acceptance Test with vendors and system programmers.
  • Supervise installation of cable trays, supports, stanchions, electrical equipment and instruments.
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instrument supervisor

  • Scheduled timelines of operations and work teams for installation, glanding, termination of field instruments 
  • Maintained high level of safety when using hand and power equipment, hoisting instrument stanchion supports and instruments, measuring, testing and drilling of various types of installations 
  • Loop Checking, Trouble shooting and commissioning of Field Instruments. Bench & Field calibration of SMART, Electronic and pneumatic process control Instruments 
  • Prepare or maintain design for proper cable management, cable laying and termination from main substation/auxiliary room up to field junction boxes and instruments
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instrument supervisor

  • Conduct  inspection testing with quality control personnel and maintain records of test result signed by respective QAQC.
  • Inspect newly installed equipment to adjust or correct operating problems. Re-calibrating instrument on required operating range based on data sheets.
  • Prepare or maintain loop folders consisting of design, testing, or operational records and drawing documentation. 
  • Fabricate or form parts, coils, or structures according to specifications, using drills, benders, cutters, or saws. Design tubing connections for impulse lines and pneumatic controls.
  • Drill or tap holes in specified equipment locations to mount control units or to provide access for elements, wiring, or instruments.
  • Set up and test instrument/equipment to ensure that it functions properly.
  • Perform loop testing for each electrical and instrument signals and controls.